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Is marijuana/cannabis/hemp all the same thing? I

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by Killah, Sep 17, 2007.

  1. I can't seem to get a straight answer, one source says it is, another says it isn't.
  2. When people refer to hemp, they are usually talking about the male cannabis sativa plant. This plant, which is usually very low in thc, is often used to make other things like rope, clothing ( I had a pair of hemp adidas ten years ago), paper, etc.

    Cannabis is a synonymous term with hemp, and also can be used as a generalized term for all marijuana. ( click the wiki link for more info ).

    Marijuana is used to describe the flowers of the female cannabis-sativa or cannabis-indica strain that people smoke.

    Hope that breaks it down for you.:D

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