Cannabis indica derivatives are the source of one of the most popular drugs, marijuana, which is considered to be a ‘light’ and fairly safe substance. In recent years, many countries have tried to allow its use as a medical substance, as well as its accessibility for general sale.
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Accepted: November 17, 2000
Received: October 24, 2000
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