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Also Known As: Marijuana, Dagga, Weed, Spliff, Ganja, Hashish, Grass, Happy Twig, Giggly Twig...

Cannabis, also known as marijuana or ganja is a psychoactive product of the plant Cannabis sativa.

The herbal form of the drug consists of dried mature flowers and subtending leaves of pistillate ("female") plants.

The resinous form, known as hashish consists primarily of glandular trichomes collected from the same plant material.

A dried flowered bud of the Cannabis sativa plant

The major biologically active chemical compound in cannabis is Tetrahydrocannabinol commonly referred to as THC.

Humans have been consuming cannabis since prehistory, although in the 20th century there was a rise in its use for recreational, religious or spiritual, and medicinal purposes.

It is estimated that about four percent of the world's adult population use cannabis annually and 0.6 percent daily.

The possession, use, or sale of psychoactive cannabis products became illegal in most parts of the world in the early 20th century.

Since then, some countries have intensified the enforcement of cannabis prohibition while others have reduced the priority of enforcement.

The cannabis plant of which the flower heads are commonly used for smoking

Marijuana is often mixed with other drugs such as ecstacy, LSD and Mandrax

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Signs and Symptoms of Marijuana Smoker

  • Abnormal happy feelings and giggling
  • Talk and laugh more
  • Finding it hard to concentrate
  • Abnormal hunger
  • Increased heart rate
  • Bloodshot eyes
  • Staring eyes
  • Slurred speech

Paraphernalia and warning signs

  • Excessive use of body sprays
  • Burning of incense
  • Continuous use of eye drops
  • Unexplainable cleaning sprees
  • Tired and forgetful
  • Interest in Rasta music, clothing and posters
  • Dagga seeds or pips in pockets, on carpets or in ashtrays
  • Unfamiliar pipes or bottle necks
  • Cigarette rolling machines or papers
  • Match boxes for packaging
  • Handmade envelopes
  • Hubbly bubblies
  • Plastic bank packets
  • Pulled out cigarette filters
  • Broken, open cigarettes to mix tobacco with dagga

Window Period For Testing 3 to 10 days (depending on amount used).

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