Cannabis refers to a group of plants where the cannabis drug comes from. These are Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica, and Cannabis ruderalis. Of all those three, Cannabis ruderalis has the lowest level of THC.
- Marijuana is the cannabis plant’s dried leaves and flowers (buds), which are smoked in a joint or a bong. This is the most typical variant.
- Hashish is a dried plant resin that is commonly blended with tobacco and smoked, as well as added to dishes and baked products like cookies and brownies.
- Hash oil is a liquid that is poured to the tip of a joint or cigarette and smoked (owing to its high strength).
- Concentrates are extracts (dabs, wax, or shatter) that are often dissolved in butane hash oil and vaporized in small amounts because of the high THC concentration.