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bhangalso bang (băng, bäng)
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.]
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(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]
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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]
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|Noun||1.||bhang - 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
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