420: a slang term used to refer to cannabis culture, often used as a code word for smoking cannabis. It is also commonly used as a date, April 20th, to celebrate cannabis culture.
AEROPONICS: a method of growing cannabis plants in which the roots are suspended in the air & sprayed with a nutrient-rich mist.
AMSTERDAM: a city in the Netherlends known for it's liberal cannabis laws and cannabis culture.
AUNT MARY: a slant term for cannabis, often used to refer to the plant in a discreet way.
BLAZED: a slang term for being under the influence of cannabis.
BLUNT: similar to a joint, but instead of a rolling paper, a blunt is made with a hollowed-out cigar wrapper or other tobacco paper.
BUD: the actual plant material of the cannabis plant that is harvested, dried, and cured.
BONG: a water pipe used for smoking cannabis that can cool and filter the smoke.
BOWL: a small, pipe-like smoking device used to smoke cannabis. The bowl is typically made of glass or metal and has a small compartment where cannabis is placed and then lit.
CANNA-BUTTER: a type of cannabis-infused butter used in cooking and baking.
CANNABIS: a plant species that includes several varieties, including marijuana and hemp.
CBD: cannabidiol, a non-psychoactive compound in marijuana that is believed to have therapeutic effects, such as reducing anxiety and inflammation.
CHRONIC: a slang term used to describe particularly strong and long-lasting strains of cannabis.
CONCENTRATES: a highly potent forms of cannabis that are extracted from the plant and can be used in various ways, such as dabbing or vaping.
CONE: a pre-rolled joint that is shaped like a cone and typically larger than a standard joint.
COTTONMOUTH: a common side effect of smoking cannabis that causes dry mouth and throat.
CRUTCH: a small piece of cardboard or paper used to help form the base of a joint and keep the cannabis from falling out.
DABBING: a method of consuming cannabis concentrates that involves heating them on a hot surface and inhaling the vapor.
DANK: a term used to describe particularly high-quality cannabis with a strong aroma.
DISPENSARY: a legal retail store where cannabis products can be purchased for medicinal or recreational use.
DOOBIE: a slang term for a marijuana cigarette, or joint.
DUGOUT: a small, portable container designed for carrying and smoking cannabis flower.
EDIBLES: cannabis-infused food and drinks that can produce a longer-lasting and more intense high than smoking.
EXTRACT: a concentrated form of cannabis that has been processed to remove the plant material and leave behind the active compounds.
ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM: a complex biological system in the human body that plays a role in regulating various physiological and cognitive processes, activated by the cannabinoids found in cannabis.
ENTOURAGE EFFECT: the theory that the full spectrum of the cannabis plant works best together - the interaction between all of the compounds from a cannabis plant, such as phytocannabinoids and terpenes, come together to enhance their effects
FATTY: a slang term for a large, thick joint that contains a lot of cannabis.
FLOWER: the dried and cured buds of the cannabis plant that are typically smoked or vaporized.
FULL SPECTRUM: a term used to describe cannabis products that contain a wide range of cannabinoids and other compounds found in the plant, which work together to produce a more balanced and therapeutic effect.
GANJA: another word for cannabis, often used in reference to particularly potent strains.
GRASS: an old-fashioned term for cannabis.
GRINDER: a tool used to break down cannabis flower into smaller pieces for smoking or vaping.
GUMMY: a type of cannabis-infused gummy candy that can be consumed orally.
HASH: a concentrated form of cannabis that is made by pressing the resinous trichomes together.
HAZE: a term used to describe a group of cannabis strains that are known for their uplifting and energetic effects.
HEAD HIGH: a term used to describe the psychoactive effects of cannabis that primarily affect the mind and emotions, such as feelings of euphoria and creativity.
HEMP: a variety of the cannabis plant that contains very low levels of THC and is primarily used for industrial purposes, such as making textiles, paper, and building materials.
HERB: slang term for cannabis, particularly when referring to the dried plant material.
HIGH: refers to the feeling of euphoria and relaxation that is often associated with using cannabis.
HOMEGROWN: cannabis that has been grown at home by an individual rather than purchased from a dispensary.
HYBRID: a cannabis strain that is a cross between sativa and indica strains, resulting in a unique blend of effects.
INDICA: a type of cannabis plant that is believed to produce a more relaxing and sedative high.
ISOLATE: a pure form of cannabis extract that contains only a single cannabinoid, such as THC or CBD, often used for medicinal purposes.
JOINT: a cigarette-like rolled cannabis product that is usually made with a rolling paper and contains cannabis buds.
KIEF: the resinous trichomes that are collected from the surface of cannabis buds and used to make concentrates.
KUSH: a term used to describe a type of cannabis strain that originated in the Hindu Kush mountains of Afghanistan and Pakistan, often known for its relaxing and sedative effects.
LINALOOL: a terpene commonly found in cannabis known for it's calming and relaxing properties.
LIVE RESIN: a type of cannabis concentrate made from freshly harvested cannabis that has not been dried or cured.
LEAFLY: a popular website and mobile app that provides information on cannabis strains, dispensaries, and product reviews.
LEGALIZATION: the process of making cannabis legal for medical or recreational use in a particular jurisdiction.
MARIJUANA: a variety of the cannabis plant that contains psychoactive compounds, including THC, that can produce a euphoric high.
MARY JANE: a playful term for cannabis that is often associated with 1960s and 1970s counterculture.
MEDICAL MARIJUANA: cannabis that is used for medical purposes, often to treat symptoms of certain conditions or illnesses.
MUNCHIES: refers to the intense hunger that some people experience after using cannabis.
NUG: a slang term for a cannabis bud.
NON-PSYCHOACTIVE: refers to cannabis products that do not contain significant amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and do not produce a psychoactive effect.
OG: a term used to describe high-quality cannabis.
ONE-HITTER: a small pipe designed for one hit of cannabis.
OUNCE: a slang term for one ounce of cannabis.
PIPE: a smoking device used to consume cannabis, typically made of glass, metal, or wood.
PINNER: a slang term for a thin, small joint of cannabis.
POT: a classic term for cannabis that has been around since the 1960s.
PRE-ROLL: a pre-rolled joint that is sold in dispensaries or stores.
PUFF, PUFF, PASS: a social etiquette rule in cannabis culture that dictates a person should take two hits and then pass to the next person.
RECREATIONAL CANNABIS: cannabis that is used for non-medical purposes, such as to enhance mood or relaxation.
REEFER: an old-fashioned term for cannabis.
RESIN: the sticky substance that is produced by the cannabis plant and contains cannabinoids and terpenes.
ROACH: the end of a joint or blunt that is left over after smoking.
ROSIN: a type of cannabis concentrate that is made by applying heat and pressure to cannabis flowers or hash to extract the cannabinoids and terpenes.
SATIVA: a type of cannabis plant that is believed to produce a more uplifting and energizing high.
SHAKE: the leftover small pieces of cannabis that fall off of larger buds.
SHATTER: a type of cannabis concentrate that is made by extracting the resinous trichomes from the plant material using solvents.
SINSEMILLA: a type of cannabis that is made from the unfertilized female cannabis plant and is known for its high potency.
SKUNK: a slang term for strong-smelling cannabis.
SOUR: a term used to describe a type of cannabis that has a sour or tart flavor profile.
STONED: a slang term used to describe a more intense and physically sedating cannabis experience.
STRAIN: a specific variety of cannabis that has unique characteristics, such as its smell, taste, and effects.
SPLIFF: a joint that is rolled with a combination of cannabis and tobacco.
THC: tetrahydrocannabinol, the psychoactive compound in marijuana that produces a high.
TERPENES: aromatic compounds found in cannabis that can contribute to the plant's flavor and effects.
THC/CBD RATIO: the ratio of THC to CBD in a cannabis strain, which can affect the overall effects and potential therapeutic benefits of the strain.
TINCTURES: liquid extracts of cannabis that are typically taken orally and can produce a more subtle and longer-lasting high.
TOKE: a type of cannabis product that is applied directly to the skin for localized relief.
TOPICAL: a type of cannabis product that is applied directly to the skin for localized relief.
TRICHOMES: the small, hair-like structures found on the surface of cannabis buds that contain cannabinoids and terpenes.
VAPING: a method of consuming cannabis that involves heating the flower or concentrates to produce vapor that is inhaled.
VAPORIZER: a device used to heat cannabis without combusting it, producing a vapor that can be inhaled.
WAKE AND BAKE: refers to the act of using cannabis first thing in the morning.
WATER PIPE: a smoking device used to filter and cool cannabis smoke, also known as a bong.
WAX: a type of cannabis concentrate that is similar to shatter but has a softer, waxier consistency.