History of Ganja
The Herb has been healing humanity for thousands of years.
The name Ganja comes from one of the earliest languages known to mankind called Sanskrit. It is originally written Gañja, which means Hemp, or its scientific term, Cannabis.
The “weed of wisdom” has been used for thousands of years, from 2000 BC (Before Christ), in China and India. From elder to modern civilizations humans have used this mystical plant’s hemp fiber, buds and oils for a vast range of purposes – medicinally and recreationally.
Ganja in Jamaica
The name Ganja comes from one of the earliest languages known to mankind called Sanskrit. It is originally written Gañja and it means “Hemp”, or in its scientific term “Cannabis”.
Ganja has been used for thousands of years having its first registers being from 2000 BC (Before Christ) in China and India. It has been used widely from elder to modern civilizations for hemp fiber, for hemp oils, for medicinal and recreational proposes
Know you Ganja
Indica and Sativa are sub-species of the genus Cannabis. They differ in origin, physiological effects, highs, medical effects and appearance.
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is one of at least 113 cannabinoids identified in cannabis. THC is the principal psychoactive constituent of cannabis. It is the element that is related to giving the “high” & altering one’s perception.
Cannabidiol, better known as CBD, is another of the identified compounds in cannabis. It is a major phytocannabinoid, accounting for up to 40% of the plant’s extract. CBD does not have mind-altering effects like THC. CBD is used mainly for medicinal and therapeutic purposes. CBD is still being studied but there is already clear evidence of its benefits for treating pain, inflammation and stabilizing patients with Parkinson’s Disease and seizures. It also relieves stress, depression and anxiety, though each strain will have different and specific effects
Aromas, flavours and therapeutic effects