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. Péri , B. ( 2012 ) Beng, eszrár, maszlag: a cannabis és a cannabis tartalmú drogok az anatóliai törökségnél [Beng, esrar, maslik: cannabis, cannabis based drugs and the Turks in Anatolia. A terminological overview] . Keletkutatás

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Maslow's concept of peak-experience Although possessing notably milder psychoactive properties than other psychedelics, such as psilocybin and mescaline, cannabis has a long history as an entheogen in the religious and curative traditions of Asia

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Authors: Ramia Z. Al Bakain, Yahya S. Al-Degs, James V. Cizdziel and Mahmoud A. Elsohly

Introduction The plant cannabis ( Cannabis sativa L ) is the most widely consumed and popular medicinal botanical drug product in the world due to its high usage and its diverse pharmacological properties [ 1 ]. Chemically, cannabis is a complex

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Introduction Cannabis and other by-products are gaining popularity due to their reported medicinal applications [ 1, 2 ]. The first medicinal usage originated in the Middle East and Asia was back in the 6th century bc [ 2, 3 ]. Later, cannabis was

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Authors: Zsófia Küronya, Tamás Martin, Edina Kiss, Mihály Szőnyi and Krisztina Bíró

nationally representative survey study. J Clin Oncol. 2018; 36: 1957–1962. 2 Abi-Jaoude E, Chen L, Cheung P, et al. Preliminary evidence on cannabis

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Emperor Wears no Clothes, AH HA Publishing, 11th edition. Iványi I. — Izsáki Z. (1999): A nitrogénellátás és a növénysűrűség hatása az ipari kender (Cannabis sativa L.) termésére. (Effect of nitrogen supplies and plant density on

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Rare earth concentrations in 65 Opium, Cannabis and Cannabis resin samples seized from various parts of world were determined by destructive NAA. Great variations in absolute element concentrations, but only small significant differences of rare earth concentration ratios were found, indicating inconsiderable biogeochemical fractionation. The mean values of these ratios correspond with the relative abundances of the rare earths in the upper continental earth's crust.

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. Iványi, I.; Izsáki, Z. 1996. Effect of Nutrient Supplies on the Nutrient Uptake of Fibre Hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) During Vegetation Period. Növénytermelés. 45. 2. 181–193. Izsáki Z

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Emboden, W. A. (1977): A taxonomy for Cannabis. - Taxon 26 : 110. A taxonomy for Cannabis. Taxon 26 110

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Bócsa, I., Finta-Korpeľová, Z., Máthé, P. (2005): Preliminary results of selection for seed oil content in hemp ( Cannabis sativa L.). J. Indust. Hemp , 10 , 5

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