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A cannabis plant showing the female flower or bud with developing seeds. This plant has been pollenated for the production of seeds. The female flower of the hemp or marijuana plant (Cannabis sativa) contains THC (delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol), a psychoactive compound. The Cannabis plant is native to central Asia. It is cultivated for three products: fibre from the stems, seed oil, and for use as a drug of intoxication. This fast-growing annual plant is a common weed in northern India. The drug is produced in minute resin glands on the plant surface, including the leaves, but is most concentrated in female flowers.
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