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Cannabaceae are a small family of flowering plants. As now circumscribed, the family includes about 170 species grouped in about 11 genera, including Cannabis (hemp), Humulus (hops) and Celtis (hackberries). Celtis is by far the largest genus, containing about 100 species.


Other than their common evolutionary origin (see Phylogeny below), members of the family have few common characteristics; some are trees (e.g. Celtis), others are herbs (e.g. Cannabis).

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Traditionally, botanists have for a long time considered it a member of the elm family, but recent research, somewhat provocatively, indicates that it is related to hops (Humulus) and marijuana (Cannabis) and belongs in the family Cannabaceae. Being a tree, it does resemble an elm, and it does have ...
Policy in Latin America governing medical cannabis use is evolving away from a blanket bar of any cannabis use. A few Central and South America countries allow use of cannabis and oils containing cannabidiol (aka “CBD”) for victims of epilepsy, appetite loss, nausea, chemotherapy-induced vomiting, ...

WEED is dedicated to its global goals and outreach across the full spectrum of the Cannabis industry to find treatments and medical cures utilizing the Cannabaceae plant family. WEED does not grow, harvest, produce, or sell any substance in violation of US Federal law under The Federal Controlled ...
Cannabis is a psychoactive drug extracted from a genus of flowering plant of Cannabaceae family. It is also called as, marijuana. Over the last few decades use of cannabis for the medical purpose has increased and is described as medical marijuana. Increasing research in this area has suggested that it ...
Most people may not realize this, but marijuana and hops (the active flavor ingredient in beer) are related. It's true: Humulus lupulus and Cannabis sativa are in the same plant family, Cannabaceae. Maybe you've noticed the many similarities between the two plants, including, to a degree, their appearance, ...
Hemp is regulated under federal law as a member of the Cannabaceae family, which also includes marijuana. But unlike marijuana, hemp grown under Pennsylvania's research program for fiber and seed must maintain a concentration of the psychoactive chemical tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) below the ...

In the Cannabaceae plant family, there are three main branches: Cannabis ruderalis and Cannabis indica, which both grow as shrubby little bushes, and Cannabis sativa, which tends to grow long and leggy, almost like a little tree. These days, sativa strains are popular for inducing cerebral highs and a zap ...
Humulus lupulus, or hops, is also a member of the Cannabaceae family. Used mainly in beer, hops has a number of medicinal benefits especially for digestion, anxiety, and inflammation. Hops and cannabis physically look similar, and both contain therapeutic terpenoids (aromatic molecules) and ...
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Cannabis is a psychoactive drug extracted from a genus of flowering plant of Cannabaceae family. It is also called as, marijuana. Over the last few decades use of cannabis for the medical purpose has increased and is described as medical marijuana. Increasing research in this area has suggested that it ...
Linalool belongs to the class of terpene alcohols, which are widely present in the plant kingdom. It is found in over 200 species of plants, particularly in the Lamiaceae family. This family of botanical plants includes mints and scented herbs. Linalool is also found in the Lauraceae family (rosewood, cinnamon ...
Hops (Humulus) is a member of the Cannabaceae family, yes, that includes cannabis. It is a native of North America as well as to Europe and southwestern Asia. Hops is mainly grown and harvested for use in making beer; although traditionally they have been used as a medicinal herb, a spring vegetable, ...
Hussey explains that cannabinoids – along with cannabinoid-like substances that also affect the body's endocannabinoid system – can be found in several different plants in the Cannabaceae plant family, including liverwort and flaxseed. Cannabis, says Hussey, is simply the cannabinoid vehicle that “the ...
In the Cannabaceae plant family, there are three main branches: Cannabis ruderalis and Cannabis indica, which both grow as shrubby little bushes, and Cannabis sativa, which tends to grow long and leggy, almost like a little tree. These days, sativa strains are popular for inducing cerebral highs and a zap ...
Humulus lupulus, or hops, is also a member of the Cannabaceae family. Used mainly in beer, hops has a number of medicinal benefits especially for digestion, anxiety, and inflammation. Hops and cannabis physically look similar, and both contain therapeutic terpenoids (aromatic molecules) and ...
A member of the family Cannabaceae and cousin to marijuana and hemp, hops serve as an important crop for their use as a critical ingredient in beer production, valued for the acids and essential oils produced by lupulin glands (see photo for closeup). These glands produce compounds that not only give ...
New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/07/2017 -- Cannabis is a psychoactive drug extracted from a genus of flowering plant of Cannabaceae family. It is also called as, marijuana. Over the last few decades use of cannabis for the medical purpose has increased and is described as medical marijuana. Increasing research in this ...

Cannabis is a psychoactive drug extracted from a genus of flowering plant of Cannabaceae family. It is also called as, marijuana. Over the last few decades use of cannabis for the medical purpose has increased and is described as medical marijuana. Increasing research in this area has suggested that it ...
Hussey explains that cannabinoids – along with cannabinoid-like substances that also affect the body's endocannabinoid system – can be found in several different plants in the Cannabaceae plant family, including liverwort and flaxseed. Cannabis, says Hussey, is simply the cannabinoid vehicle that “the ...
WEED is dedicated to its global goals and outreach across the full spectrum of the Cannabis industry to find treatments and medical cures utilizing the Cannabaceae plant family. WEED does not grow, harvest, produce, or sell any substance in violation of US Federal law under The Federal Controlled ...
The owners were not happy to see the two officers but knew why they were there; the crop growing on the property was an illegal one: a flowering plant of the Cannabaceae family, more commonly known as marijuana. The owners were given two weeks to remove the crop. But will the year-end legislation ...
Linalool belongs to the class of terpene alcohols, which are widely present in the plant kingdom. It is found in over 200 species of plants, particularly in the Lamiaceae family. This family of botanical plants includes mints and scented herbs. Linalool is also found in the Lauraceae family (rosewood, cinnamon ...
... conversations about the legalization of marijuana or any other product, like Hemp, that derives from the Cannabaceae family of plants.
It has also been found in some fungi and in the family Cannabaceae. Linalool offers pleasing aroma, similar to that of a floral fragrance, with a ...
Before the 1930's the plant was known simply as cannabis, a genus of flowering plant in the family Cannabaceae. During the 30's America saw ...
... and outreach across the full spectrum of the Cannabis industry to find treatments and medical cures utilizing the Cannabaceae plant family.
In the Cannabaceae plant family, there are three main branches: Cannabis ruderalis and Cannabis indica, which both grow as shrubby little bushes, and Cannabis sativa, which tends to grow long and leggy, almost like a little tree. These days, sativa strains are popular for inducing cerebral highs and a zap ...
In the Cannabaceae plant family, there are three main branches: Cannabis ruderalis and Cannabis indica, which both grow as shrubby little ...
It makes sense, after all: Both cannabis (pot) and Humulus lupulus (hops) are members of the Cannabaceae family of flowering plants, and ...
We've all heard of it - cannabis, pot, marijuana, Mary Jane - but what do you really know about it? 1. It's been around for thousands of years.
Instead, you might find other plants in the Cannabaceae family, which are more closely related to cannabis, that might surprise you.
Cannabis comes from the Cannabaceae family (which includes hemp, hops, nettle trees, and hackberry, to name a few). Catnip, more formally Nepeta cataria, ...


 

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