Recent Examples of ganja from the Web
In Pahoa, a counterculture outpost where ganja smoke wafts through the air, a lava flow in 2014 threatened the town, but in the end destroyed just one home, stopping at the recycling facility.
In the decades since The Harder They Come was filmed, Jamaica (like much of the world) has experienced a dramatic shift in some aspects of its ganja trade.
In related news, Couric predicted Jamaica would win the halfpipe competition because Bob Marley smoked a lot of ganja.
Yet the debate over ganja and gun ownership rages on.
In places where using marijuana no longer carries the threat of a jail sentence, the pungent odor of ganja is increasingly infiltrating daily life -- and annoying nonsmokers.
Most fields are small, and 50 buds of ganja produce only 10 grams of charas.
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