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  1. Cannabis sativa L.
    Cannabis sativa L., commonly known as marijuana (or pot), is the species of the genus Cannabis of the family Cannabaceae, native to Central Asia. Cannabis sativa was first identified in 1848 based on specimens collected from India, now grown worldwide for its hemp fiber and psychoactive ingredient THC. Genetic analysis suggests that the domestication of modern C. sativa varieties began independently several times around the same time period or even earlier, and that wild populations of C. sativa may have been present in Eurasia since prehistoric times.
  2. Cannabis indica L.
    The second major group is Cannabis indica L., called Hindu Kush cannabis or Indian hemp, which includes most types of cultivated cannabis grown today. Cannabis indica is indigenous to tropical regions of South Asia and Southeast Asia; it is thought to have originated in northern India before spreading throughout the region. Its spread outside of the tropics is due to introduction of European cultivars.
    Cannabis indica has become a model plant for molecular and genetic studies of cannabis. Many genes affecting cannabinoid biosynthesis have been mapped to this species and are being used as markers in breeding programmes to develop new strains producing high levels of cannabinoids. As of 2008, over 200 different cannabinoids had been identified in Cannabis sp.; of these, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinolic acid methyl ester (Δ9-THCA) is the primary active component responsible for psychotropic effects in humans after inhalation.
  3. Cannabis ruderalis Schultes & Schultes ex Steud.
    Cannabis ruderalis Schult. & Schultes ex steud., formerly named Cannabis roxburghii var. kentanae, is a subspecies of Cannabis sativa endemic to central Vietnam. It is distinguished by larger flowers than those of the nominate variety of the species.
    Cannabis ruderalis is sometimes referred to as ‘Indian Hemp’ or ‘Kaffir Hemp’.
    It produces a resin that contains 1% CBD content
  4. Cannabis ruderalis ssp. sinica Lamk.
    This variety was first described by Lamkuy et al. (1962). It is found only in China, mainly along the Yangtze River and its tributaries.
  5. Cannabis ruderalis S.F.Blake.
    Cannabis rufus Blake is a tetraploid hybrid between the two original forms, Cannabis ruderalis and Cannabis sativa L. It is not accepted by some authorities as a separate taxon.
    In botany, a polycarpous plant is a perennial herb of many stems and branches, each bearing a pair of opposite leaves. Examples include lilies, roses, irises, tulips, and dahlias.

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