Marijuana is a plant which is cultivated worldwide. It also grows in the wild in many parts of the world. In Asia, it has been known to grow wild and in some regions it is left to grow on its own. In other parts of the world, like in North America feral marijuana is most probably from plants or seed disposed by former growers. Users from all countries also grow weed on their own. Given the right conditions, weed can grow in any soil and in almost all climates.
The following are the other names or slang terms for Marijuana:
Joint is known as the method of using marijuana as a cigarette while “bong” is when the drug is smoked in a water pipe or using a “vape” pen to be vaporized. “Hit” is the single consumption of smoke from a tube or joint. It can also be combined in food and eaten or made as a tea. Moreover, “blunts” is a process of smoking marijuana in cigarettes.
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The most common question from people who are interested in becoming a cannabis grower is “how long does it take to grow marijuana?” This is a good question as every new marijuana grower should know how much work they need to grow the plant. The answer is 3-5 Months for an average indoor grown marijuana plant.
People who want to be cannabis growers ask, “where does marijuana plant grow naturally?” Basically, marijuana can grow anywhere if you have the right seeds. You can easily buy marijuana seeds online. Today, marijuana is largely found in South Asia especially in Afghanistan. And in America, South America holds the largest production of the plant.
In some states where marijuana is now legal, more and more marijuana has become “edibles” and are marketed in retail establishments as candy, baked goods, chocolate, brownies, gummy bears, cookies and even as pizza.
Some people use the practice of dabbing, which means they smoke the THC-rich resins extract of marijuana. These come in different forms such as hash oil (with a consistency of a gooey liquid), shatter (hard, amber-colored solid) and wax (a soft solid that looks like lip balm). These contain large amounts of THC.
As a narcotic and hallucinogenic, the short-term effects of marijuana that can be seen or noticed on a user are a difficulty with problem-solving and thinking, loss of motor coordination, disordered learning and memory, increased heart rate, and nervousness and distorted awareness (sounds, sights, time, touch). Worse effects are there when a person combines marijuana with other drugs and alcohol. They can develop a dry mouth.
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