A brief explaination on what exactly the drug is. Marijuana is a psychoactive drug extracted from a dried herbal female flower and other parts of the plant Cannabis Sativa. It is also referred by several other names in broader sense which include hashish, cannabis, ganja among many others. Fo...
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