Cannabis plants have been living on this planet for thousands, maybe millions of years, and have been doing so for quite some time before man’s intervention and after.
How cannabis is used?
Whenever we hear the word Cannabis we think of the famous leaf shape like the one on this book’s cover. Many magazines show joints being rolled thick with leaves. Leaves are in fact the lesser potent part of the plant next to the stem and the roots. The cannabis plant can be divided into 6 main sections. Bud, Stem, Branches, Nodes, Leaves, and Main Cola.
Height – Can grow tall. Averages anywhere between, 4 – 15 feet. Nodes – Has long internodes between branches, 3 inches to 6. Leaf – Pointy leaves with no markings or patterns
Height – Small plants. Averages anywhere between 6 inches – 4 feet. Nodes – Short internodes between branches. 3 inches and less. Leaf – Rounded leaves with marble-like patterns.
Height – Small plants. Averages anywhere between 6 inches and 4 feet. Nodes – very short internodes with much branching. Leaf – Small and thick
Female plants produce resin glands. Some of these glands may have lots of resin but are not very potent. Other plants may have little resin but are very potent. Optimal growth is a plant that has lots of resin and is very potent. Resin glands are produced all over the female flower and new leaves. They can be seen clearly with the use of a magnifying aid. These resin glands are correctly called Trichrome.
The high of each species can be controlled depending on the time at which you harvest. Not only this but the species can be crossed to produce. Sativa-type plants or Sativa-type plants. This may sound all very confusing at first, but it is in fact all quite simple.