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2014-10-21 23:02:49

Cannabis Now Magazine will attend the Champs Trade Show event in Denver October 21-23, 2014. Berkeley, CA (PRWEB) October 21, 2014 A row of glassblowers

2014-10-21 08:34:27

Companies utilize terpene/cannabinoid synergies to increase effectiveness of hemp medicines LOS ANGELES, Oct.

2014-10-20 08:39:37

Company Will Share Report Findings Each Quarter to Track Industry Trends FAIR LAWN, N.J., Oct.

2014-10-20 08:31:18

Providing Support, Resources and Pharmaceutical Grade Cannabis Medicine to Veterans DENVER, Oct.

2014-10-15 08:26:28

New Company Seeks to Resolve the Problems of Lack of Consistency across the Marijuana Supply Chain Engendering Trust and Transparency in Booming Market WOODLAND HILLS, Calif., Oct.

2014-10-13 23:08:22

Kindman Launches Its Ready-For-Sale Line of Cannabis to Other Legal Marijuana Companies as Part of a No-Risk Business Venture, as It Looks to Educate the Public and Expand Its Brand

2014-10-10 12:25:03

In the news release, Evergreen-Agra, Inc. Progress Report, issued 09-Oct-2014 by EverGReeN Agra Inc.


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Kava, Piper methysticum
2014-02-15 08:17:42

Piper methysticum is a shrub species. The species is more commonly referred to as Kava or Kava-kava. Its Latin name actually means “pepper, intoxicating” The plant is cultivated and used for its sedative and anesthetic properties. P. methysticum is grown vastly in the Republic of Vanuatu, although for some time it was only grown in Hawaii, Fiji, the Federated States of Micronesia, Vanuatu and Tonga. It is fairly easy to cultivate; the plant needs partial shade, well-drained soil and...

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2005-07-12 18:32:21

Datura wrightii (a poisonous weed) is sometimes used as a hallucinogen. It is commonly called Sacred Datura. Datura wrightii is classified as a deliriant, or an anticholinergic. In the US it is, however, called Western Jimson Weed.

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marcescent
  • Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.
The word 'marcescent' comes from a Latin word meaning 'to wither'.
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