Just like the red flowers of the cannabis plant that are classified as having six petals, or stamens, and are named for the flower, this group also has its very own physiology and anatomy. Cannabinoids are the chemicals found in the marijuana plant that act as a natural painkiller and mood lifter. They work by binding with and activating specific receptors located in the brain and central nervous system of humans and animals. In fact, this is how they get their effects and how the drug is taken in.
To better understand the physiology and anatomy of marijuana plants, you can look into the different forms that it takes, or grows in. All forms of marijuana contain two essential components: THC and cannabidiol (CBD), which are in short, buds that contain the active ingredient. Known scientifically as the thymes in the cannabis plant anatomy, the red hairs on the flower, which are often orange or even brown, are actually known as calyces. The calyxes are also where the THC and CBD are absorbed and carried into the brain.
Two-thirds of this substance is in the form of tiny flower buds, which are the size of a tiny red cabbage flower. The remaining one-third is located in long thin hairs called calyxes, which cover the flower buds. The most noticeable trait of the calyxes is that there are no hairs sprouting from them, making them look much like the petals of a rose. The two types of bandages can be found on all forms of cannabis plant.
The stem of a marijuana plant, also called the herb, contains the active ingredient, THC or tetrahydrocannabinol, and little, if any, of the cannabidiol (CBD). The three parts of the stem are called the pot (the upper part including the sterile leaves and stems), the base (where the flower stems are joined to the pot), and the crown (where the flower buds are formed). The main difference between a regular marijuana plant and a cannabis plant with only one bandage, is that the pot contains only the THC, while the entire plant consists of only the flowers, roots, and leaves.
vente graine cannabis The top of the stem contains small red buds called the of Avalonia and called “air flower” by growers. These are the most active portions of the plant’s system and are continuously being consumed to produce the desired results. While the gl Avalonia is constantly growing outwards, the other two buddies slowly sink to the base of the pot, forming the base of the plant.
Cannabidiol, also referred to as the CBD is the chemical in marijuana that has the most medicinal value. It is a partial derivative of THC, which has the advantage of not being fully addictive. This compound has been shown in scientific tests to relieve the symptoms of some forms of chronic diseases such as chemotherapy, seizures, and nausea. However, medical use of cannabis is still relatively controversial, mainly because no therapeutic benefit can be gained from smoked cannabis. It is most commonly used for treating the psychological side effects of the weed, which include restlessness, anxiety, depression, mood swings, and paranoia.