A preparation made from the dried flower clusters and leaves of the cannabis plant, usually smoked or eaten to induce euphoria.(noun)
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Use "marijuana" in a sentence
"The THC in marijuana is believed to change a psychoactive compound in the liver, which may be the cause of the psychological and subjective effects."
"He also reproached the legislature and the Bureau for using the term marijuana in the legislation and not publicizing it as a bill about cannabis or hemp."
"For millions of Americans, the word "marijuana" is hard-wired to the part of their brain that divides the human population into those who went to Woodstock and those who went to Viet Nam."