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bhang

also bang  (băng, bäng)
n.
A preparation from the leaves and seed capsules of the cannabis plant, smoked, chewed, eaten, or infused and drunk to obtain mild euphoria.

[Ultimately from Sanskrit bhaṅgā.]

bhang

(bæŋ) or

bang

n
(Plants) a preparation of the leaves and flower tops of Indian hemp, which has psychoactive properties: much used in India. See also cannabis
[C16: from Hindi bhāng]

bhang

(bæŋ)

n.
a mild preparation of cannabis, drunk as a fermented brew or smoked for its intoxicant or hallucinogenic effects.
[1555–65; < Hindi bhāng < Skt bhangā hemp]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bhang - a preparation of the leaves and flowers of the hemp plantbhang - a preparation of the leaves and flowers of the hemp plant; much used in India
soft drug - a drug of abuse that is considered relatively mild and not likely to cause addiction
Cannabis indica, Indian hemp - source of e.g. bhang and hashish as well as fiber
References in classic literature ?
News is not meant to be thrown about like dung-cakes, but used sparingly - like bhang.
Director General Excise and Taxation Shabir Shaikh said that since January to till date, the Excise department has recovered 7000 kilo grams of charas, nine KGs Opium, 4125 KGs bhang and 96 bottles of foreign liquor and have registered 57 cases and arrested 63 persons, he said.
Contraband items drugs, Bhang, arms and ammunition were recovered from their possession.
The group further claimed that the former mayor of Kuajok was behind an alleged failed attempt by one of his bodyguards to hit some of the youth leaders, including head of Warrap youth Union, Benjamin Bhang Bang and his deputy, Clement Deng Yor.
Over-indulging in bhang can give you a bad hangover.
Thepe items are being marketed as CanChew and Bhang (chewing gums with CBD) and Arisitol (lozenge with 3 mg CBD).
logo ka moh bhang ho raha hai (people are getting disillusioned)," he said adding controversial issues of religious conversion and eulogising Nathuram Godse are parts of "diversionary strategy".
On this day, people, generally, consume intoxicating drink and bhang to enjoy the festival of colour.
Apart from sweets, revellers also consume tradition thandai, which is also called as bhang.
Apart from sweets, revelers also consume tradition thandai, which is also called as bhang.