Phytochemical, proximate composition, amino acid profile and characterization of Cannabis sativa L.

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Cannabis is a cosmopolitan annual weedy plant that is grown in many parts of the
world. It requires little fertilizer, resist pests, crowds out weeds, relatively easy to grow,
does well as an organic crop, grows quickly requiring 70 to 110 days to maturity and
hence an abundant supplier of its extremely valuable raw materials.

D’Mello, reported that the different varieties of cannabis can have different levels of medicinal
and nutritional values.2 The dry fruiting and flowering tops and leaves of the female
cannabis plant contain significant quantities of the psychoactive constituents such as
tetrahydrocannabinol and thus known as the drug containing parts with its strongest
form being the pure resin.

Studies have shown that Cannabis has been used as a pest
repellent and pesticide in a variety of formulations. It has been planted as a companion
crop to deter insects, nematodes, fungi, and weedy plants. Dried leaves and flowers
have repelled or killed insects, mites, nematodes, and weeds.

Though tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is considered the primary active component of the
cannabis plant, various scientific studies have suggested that certain other compounds
like cannabidiol (CBD) may also play a significant role in its psychoactive effect.


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