Cannabis indica

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Noun1.Cannabis Indica - source of e.g. bhang and hashish as well as fiberCannabis indica - source of e.g. bhang and hashish as well as fiber
bhang - a preparation of the leaves and flowers of the hemp plant; much used in India
haschisch, hasheesh, hashish, hash - purified resinous extract of the hemp plant; used as a hallucinogen
cannabis, hemp - any plant of the genus Cannabis; a coarse bushy annual with palmate leaves and clusters of small green flowers; yields tough fibers and narcotic drugs
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This is a plant whose commonly grown strains are cannabis indica and cannabis sativa.Hempethics Weekly explains that hemp and marijuana both come from a similar plant - cannabis sativa.
Although certain types of cannabis might contain more THC (eg, Cannabis indica vs Cannabis sativa) or variable amounts of CBD, in general the amount of CBD in whole leaf cannabis is minimal, with the ratio of THC to CBD increasingly significantly over the past decade.
government defines marijuana as the leaves, flowers, stems and seeds of either the Cannabis indica or Cannabis sativa plant.
In 1914, the New York Times praised the criminalization of marijuana on the grounds that--well, there were no grounds except that "the inclusion of Cannabis indica among the drugs to be sold only on prescription is common sense.
Other than marijuana (Cannabis Indica) yet another ( variant of cannabis is hemp (Cannabis Sativa) differing in the intensity of the chemicals contained, according to users. 
and Cannabis Indica. The two main components of cannabis plants that will be discussed in this article are THC and CBD.
Kush is a strain of the narcotic Cannabis indica plant.
The cannabis plant, which may be different species (principally Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica) or variants of the same species, is a dioecious entity and contains a number of unique resorcinol metabolites--estimates vary from 60-110.
5), Clarke (1981) referred to plants from Afghanistan "as type examples for Cannabis indica." He noted the unique smell of Afghani plants, an acrid odor rather than a sweet fragrance.
The primary natural sources of cannabinoids are the two phytocannabinoid-rich botanicals, Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica. A third variety of cannabis, Cannabis ruderalis, appears to be unimportant as a source of cannabinoids.