A Hindi term for cannabis that refers to the plant’s buds, which are meant to be smoked. The term is most commonly associated with Rastafari culture and is used in Jamaica but originates in India.
Genotype is the genetic blueprint or code of a cannabis plant. The physical expression or appearance of a plant depends in part on the plant’s genotype.
Geranyl, also known as geranyl acetate, is a terpene found in cannabis that emits a pleasantly fruity, floral scent. Studies indicate that geranyl boasts a number of therapeutic properties, such as antimicrobial action.
The process in which a cannabis seed sprouts, which will eventually turn into a full plant. How to germinate a cannabis seed Cannabis seeds need three things to germinate: water, heat, and air.
The most popular material used to make pipes and bongs. Glass is a favorite because flavors won’t leach into your cannabis and it can withstand temperatures well.
While there are no known cases of overdosing on cannabis or it sustaining permanent damage to an individual, “greening out” refers to feeling adverse effects after consuming too much cannabis, including dizziness, nausea, disorientation, anxiety, passing out, and sometimes vomiting. “I greened out after eating a pot brownie that was waaay too potent.
A structure used to help grow cannabis outdoors, a greenhouse protects plants from the elements and helps regulate temperature and humidity. Greenhouses are environmentally friendly because they use natural sunlight and don’t use the heavy amount of resources that indoor growing does.
Guaiol, also known as champacol, is a lesser-known cannabis terpene that tends to appear only in trace amounts according to lab testing. It is known to carry a sharp woody aroma similar to pine.