Definition of weed (Entry 2 of 3)
before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1a(1)
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before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1
before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at intransitive sense
Definition of weed (Entry 3 of 3)
Henderson — who goes by “Freaux,” a shortened, Cajun version of “Jeffro” — did a bit of everything in Colorado’s marijuana scene. Bottom of the totem pole stuff. Trench work.
The costs quickly add up.
Last year, the Tribe Collective crew raked in 50,000 plants — the equivalent of 63,000 pounds of pot.
The illicit grows also bring in other ancillary crime, including prostitution, harder drugs like ketamine and labor trafficking, said Mark Woodward, spokesman for the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics.
“That’s what’s beautiful about Oklahoma,” Baker said. “They call it the Wild West. Well, we’re a little wild here. It’s a business-friendly state. They don’t overregulate any business here.
Due to its mood lifting and energizing effects, sativa tends to be used by people who have depression or exhaustion. It has also been described to relieve some of the symptoms of ADHD and other mood disorders.
There are several different types of weed , or marijuana. Marijuana refers to the dried seeds, stems, leaves or flowers of the plant Cannabis . The specific type of weed is defined by the way the plant is prepared and what kind of Cannabis plant it is.
C. ruderalis has very low levels of THC compared to the other strains, making it rarely used for recreational purposes. It is more commonly used in medicinal marijuana.
Cannabis ruderalis is another species that was first discovered in southern Russia. C. ruderalis grows shorter than the other two species of weed and has thin, fibrous stems with large leaves. It is also an autoflowering plant, meaning that it will flower depending on the age of the plant rather than the light conditions.
People who use marijuana will generally choose to use a type of weed based on the effect they want to have. While each type is known for its different effect, one person’s experience may vary greatly from another’s. The route of administration (i.e. smoking or eating) can also greatly influence the effect the type of weed will have.