The illegal, unregulated cannabis market. Before medical and adult-use legalization, cannabis was completely illegal in the US and all activities took place in the illicit market, including growing, buying, selling, transporting, and extracting cannabis.
Indicas are one of two types of cannabis plants, along with sativas. Indica plants originally grew in cold, northern climates, are short and dense, and have broad leaves.
Cannabis grown inside a building, under artificial conditions. This gives the grower more control over the growing process and what goes into the plant, but can involve lots of equipment and be expensive.
A pre-roll, or already-rolled joint, with some type of concentrate added to it. The concentrate can be applied to the outside, or rolled inside the pre-roll and can be many different types—often bubble hash or wax.
An environmentally friendly approach to treating pests on plants that incorporates a series of management methods. IPM seeks to proactively prevent problems, rather than react to them, in a gentle, harmless way.
Isoborneol is an isometric form of borneol, a terpene found in cannabis, as well as citrus peel oils, nutmeg, ginger, and thyme. It is used for fragrancing perfumes, and should not be ingested in large quantities.
n the cannabis world, isopropyl alcohol is used to disinfect and clean tools, pipes, bongs, and rigs; it’s great for getting sticky resin off surfaces. In the illicit market, it has been used to make hash, though it is not recommended to do so because it contains toxic substances.
Isopulegol is a terpene, or aromatic compound, present in cannabis. As the chemical precursor to menthol, isopulegol has a distinctively fresh, minty odor.