Recent Examples of cannabis from the Web
Smoking marijuana and growing the plant at home are not allowed in Ohio's medical cannabis law.
For their survey, the researchers partnered with (but were not paid by) HelloMD, an online community for medical cannabis patients.
Last week, Pennsylvania awarded a medical cannabis growing license to another subsidiary of Vireo.
A commissioner on the state’s medical cannabis board told the Baltimore Sun that despite numerous requests, MaryMed had not turned in documents related to Vireo Health and its operations in New York and Minnesota.
Baxter, who lives in Indiana, according to his public defender, was charged with one felony count of manufacture/delivery of cannabis.
Siobhan Danger Darwish has been growing cannabis in Humboldt County, California, for over 15 years.
Like LSU, Southern must also contract with a vendor to produce cannabis.
At Beijing's airport on Monday and Tuesday, Rodman was wearing a black T-shirt with the logo of Potcoin -- a digital currency for the cannabis industry, according to its website.
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Origin and Etymology of cannabis
Latin, hemp, from Greek kannabis; akin to Old English hænep hemp
First Known Use: 1783See Words from the same year
Medical Definition of cannabis
1a capitalized : a genus of annual herbs (family Moraceae) that have leaves with three to seven elongate leaflets and pistillate flowers in spikes along the leafy erect stems and that include the hemp (C. sativa)b: hemp 1
2: any of the preparations (as marijuana or hashish) or chemicals (as THC) that are derived from the hemp and are psychoactive
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