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What is marijuana made from?

Marijuana is a wild growing plant. The female plant produced buds, these buds are what we smoke to get high.


What kind of seeds are produced by the marijuana plant?

Marijuana produces an abundance of quickly germinating seeds.


How is THC put on marijuana?

THC is not put on Marijuana. THC is a chemical that is produced by the female marijuana plant during flowering.


What is the brand name for marijuana?

Marijuana is a flowering plant and does not have a brand name. The scientific name for marijuana is cannabis sativa.


Does marijuana come from the poppy plant?

No. It comes from the marijuana plant. The scientific name is cannabis sativa/inidica.


What is the name of the plant that produces marijuana?

Hemp.


Will male marijuana THC show on a drug test?

Tetrahydrocannabinol is produced in the buds of the female marijuana plant, THC does not naturally occur in male marijuana plants.


What is the study of marijuana called?

There is no given name for the study of marijuana. Marijuana is a plant that is commonly abused as a drug. The Latin name for marijuana is cannabis while the botanical name is cannabis sativa.


What is the plant name of marijuana?

Cannabis sativa & Indica


What plants are in marijuana?

Marijuana is not in any plant - it is a plant. Cannibus Sativa is the 'Marijuana Plant'.


Which plant produces marijuana?

The marijuana plant.


Why the marijuana plant is called the marijuana plant?

Cannabis is the latin name for marijuana, derived from Kaneh Bosm, which is Hebrew for "smelly plant". Marijuana is an American racial slur attributing the plant to Mexican immigrants in the 1930's and 40's. It is literally translated into Mary Jane.

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