Despite the fact that cannabis is illegal in India, it’s still widely used across the country. Thanks to its religious significance, it’s regarded as socially acceptable for the most part, and bhang is openly consumed without fear of arrest.
If caught growing cannabis illegally, the offender may be imprisoned for up to 10 years, and they will also have to pay a fine of 100,000 rupees.
Cannabis has been illegal in India since 1985. Despite this fact, it’s still widely used across the country, and is valued not only as a social pastime, but also as an integral part of some religious practices. Indeed, cannabis use is mentioned in The Vedas (the Hindu sacred text) and Shiva is sometimes referred to as the ‘Lord of Bhang’.
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Ayurvedic practitioners believe that the plant stimulates the nervous system and acts as an aphrodisiac, before becoming more sedative in nature. They recommend against prolonged, excessive use, stating that it unbalances the three forces in the body (vata, pitta, and kapha). This, they say, can result in problems with digestion, depression, sexual impotence, and wasting of the body.
Some parts in the country permit the use of bhang, particularly during the religious festival of Holi. Bhang is an edible product, made using cannabis leaves and buds, and it has been traditionally used for centuries.
Ayurvedic practitioners use cannabis in limited quantities to treat high blood pressure. They also recommend it to martial artists, as a way of promoting better concentration. The juice of the leaf is used to combat dandruff and hair parasites, and inflammation in the ear. Dried leaf powder helps wounds to heal, and fresh leaves are used on skin infections and rashes. The plant also has several other uses, such as treating diarrhoea, stimulating digestion, and tackling insomnia.
Rajendra Badwe, director of the Tata Memorial Centre in Mumbai, comments: “Suppose cannabis can put the cells in the body in a ‘state of bliss’ as they do to a human being, and if a similar effect is there on tumour cells too, can we use this state of non-reaction to extirpate cancer cells?” He adds, “nowhere else has this been explored.”
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There are various cannabis social awareness campaigns such as the Great Legalization Movement, that make it their mission to educate the public about the many benefits of cannabis and Hemp.
Issues to Consider When Growing Marijuana Seeds in India
Although illegal, the reality is that you will find cannabis products and marijuana seeds all over the country, as India is renowned for its production of charas. However, there are exceptions even to that rule, as a kilogram of marijuana charas will result in a prison sentence of up to ten years.
Workers often drink bhang, which is usually found at government licensed shops, to feel relaxed and rested after their shift and to help fight exhaustion.
Bhang, an edible drink traditionally made with certain parts of a cannabis plant, was not able to be suppressed by the government and it is an ancient ritual that has been performed for centuries.
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Charas Marijuana seed is an Indica marijuana for growing indoors but is also good grown outside in warmer climates than Northern Europe.
Like any other good Indicas, Charis cannabis seeds grow quickly and develop dense buds with a THC content of 17% to 19%. It gives a considerably happy high. A great plant for making food with or hash. Easy to clone and grows perfect under lights in your grow room.
The pot is also popular for its powerful effects when smoked – described as a feeling of extraterrestrial pleasure.