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A cannabis accessory used to inhale cannabis where smoke passes throughout water.

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Dried flower is rolled into cigarette papers or hemp papers for smoking.

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The male plant related to the female cannabis plant. Fiber, food, clothing and other consumer goods are made from it.

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The dried bud of the female cannabis plant – the part that is commonly smoked.

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A cannabis accessory that aids in breaking up the dried flower for rolling.

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Any kind of food or drink infused with cannabis or extracts. It’s common to see gummies, cookies, brownies etc. . Ingesting cannabis can have a longer lasting stronger effect for some. Start small and wait an hour before trying more to avoid greening out.

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A common species of the cannabis plant originating from the mountains of India.

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Taller, slimmer plants than cannabis indica. Originating in South America, Africa and the Caribbean.

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A cannabis extract in liquid form often placed under the tongue or mixed into a drink.

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Cannabis infused creams or lotions that are rubbed into the skin.

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Accessories used to inhale cannabis smoke.

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Different varieties of cannabis.

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A cross between two kinds of cannabis (indica And sativa)

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A vaporizer is used by cannabis consumers to inhale dried flower in a process that slowly heats (does not burn) the cannabis, which decarboxylates the product.

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Chemical compounds in cannabis.

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Found in all plants and organics. It’s terpenes that cause the smell and character of different cannabis strains

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The component of cannabis that does not cause a psychoactive effect but has other health benefits.

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It is THC that causes the psychoactive component of cannabis.

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