One of the most desired and potent strains of cannabis plant is the Lemon Balm. The plant comes from the Sativa region of South Africa. The Sativa plants are known for having greater heights, and the Lemon Balm has a tall and thin bladed leaves, which are used in cooking. The Lemon Balm has been compared to the famed cannabis plant named cannabis. There are many different varieties of the Lemon Balm, all varying in height, flavor and potency.
Like many other types of cannabis flowers, the Lemon Balm starts out as a single, small flower. However, over time the tiny flower starts to form groups of three or more flowers in the same growing area. These groups of three or more flowering plants can be seen as having distinct “buds”, and these buds are the source of the concentrated sedative effects of the cannabis flower.
The “Buds” are actually bundles of resin sacs, containing a mixture of both the resin and a pungent alkaloid known as thymo-cannabis. This alkaloid is very similar in structure to the popular chemical, LSD. The resin sacs contain the vast majority of the “active” ingredients in the cannabis flower and contain tiny amounts of the male and female components. When these two elements come together in a final solution, they create the desired substance, which is known as THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).
The marijuana plant has three main parts, which are the flower, the stems, and the roots. Much like the image lightbox, the three main parts work together to produce the desired end result, which is the cannabis flower. The three parts of the cannabis plant are also very delicate and can be destroyed if the correct conditions are not met. This is why only trained and skilled specialists should grow this plant.
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Flowering plants are covered with flowers called stigmas and consist of tiny, dark green bracts that appear to be swollen. Stigmas are held tightly in the bracts by a system of strong roots called rhizomes. The large number of stigmas present in a single marijuana plant determines the plant’s age. Stigmas are made up of a cluster of closely packed, often dark green bracts. These stigmas have no visible external skin and are therefore easy to identify. Each stigma has an internal waxy coat called stigma which protects it from drying out and imparts it a sweet, mild aroma.
The stems of the plant are made up of small, dark green branches, and are covered in a thin layer of brittle sugar leaves. The buds gradually rise and form the main flowering structure. Just before the flowers open fully, the flower, called a cannula, is filled with highly concentrated, highly volatile oil. It is this oil, together with the starch from the sugar leaves which make cannabis buds high in potency and therefore highly addictive. Many users can’t quit, even after the initial high has worn off, and need to continue using the drug to achieve the same level of happiness that they experienced during their first experience.