Marijuana strains are generally filtered into three categories: sativa, indica, and hybrid. Each strain is unique and can affect both the mind and body.Learn More
Terpenes are aromatic organic hydrocarbons that can produce vibrant smells and assist or hinder the effects of cannabinoids.Learn More
Cannabis extracts are concentrated versions of cannabinoids and terpenes that are vastly more potent than traditional flower.Learn More
In general, a hybrid refers to a combination of two or more different things or a mixture of any origin or composition. In chemistry, the two - or more - substances in which the identities are retained and then mixed in the form of solutions, suspensions, and colloids.
The two major types of cannabis plants are Indica and Sativa. Each strain has its own effects on the mind and body. Indica strains generally provide a sense of deep body relaxation and can have a wide range of medicinal benefits. Here we discuss everything you need to know about Indica.
From a chemistry perspective, cannabis is quite interesting. The genetic compounds that make up the plant are called cannabinoids. In any given plant, there can be hundreds of cannabinoids, all of which can have slightly varying effects when consumed. Cannabinoids are pretty universal and can be found in other plants and animals as well.
The word Ganja is a Hindi name for hemp, originally derived from the word ganjha, from the ancient language of Sanskrit. So how did a word with Indian roots become so popular in a Jamaican society? Further, how did the word “ganja” earn its reputation that it has today in our global society?