Cannabis Sativa L

“Cannabis Sativa L” refers to the botanical classification of the cannabis plant. The “L” in “Cannabis Sativa L” stands for Linnaeus, named after the botanist Carl Linnaeus who first classified the plant species.

Cannabis Sativa L is a species of the Cannabis genus, which also includes Cannabis Indica and Cannabis Ruderalis. Among these species, Cannabis Sativa is known for its tall, slender stature, with narrow leaves and long internodal spacing. It typically thrives in warmer climates and has been historically cultivated for various purposes, including industrial hemp production, medicinal use, and recreational consumption.

The term “Cannabis Sativa L” is often used in scientific and regulatory contexts to refer to the entire species of cannabis, encompassing both industrial hemp varieties (which contain low levels of THC, the psychoactive compound) and marijuana varieties (which may contain higher levels of THC and are cultivated for their psychoactive effects).

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