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Cannabis 101

Terms for the times: Here's your Cannabis 101 vocabulary lesson!


Cannabis plant material that has been harvested from the field for the purpose of cannabinoid extraction. 


Chemicals that influence cell receptors in the brain and body and can change how those cells behave


a cannabis compound that has become popular because of its similarity to THC, the main compound in cannabis that gets you high, causing euphoria, happiness, sedation, symptom relief, and much more.


Known as the hairy or sticky parts of the plant which are harvested for consumption in various products, also known as the reproductive organs of the plant


One of the main subspecies of cannabis. People who choose Indica-dominant strains are often seeking a calming relaxed effect.


Fragrant oils secreted from the resin glands of flowers that provide aromatic diversity. They are not just found in the cannabis plant, but other plants as well. Terpenes bind to different receptors in the brain to give different effects.


The second most commonly used cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant. CBD has become popular for its therapeutic effects in autism, epilepsy, and nerve problems 


A flowering genus of plants in the Cannabaceae Family. Most often used to describe cannabis strains that contain THC.


Term used to describe a food (or chewable, food-based product) that’s been infused with cannabis.


The plant of the genus Cannabis or any part of the plant, whether growing or not, with a delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol concentration that does not exceed 0.3% on a dry weight basis of any part of the plant of the genus Cannabis.


Chemicals that influence cell receptors in the brain and body and can change how those cells behave


The psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis, responsible for its euphoric effects.


A liquid form of cannabis that is made from glycerin or alcohol.


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