Marijuana collection from hemp leaves. Making of bhang in India. Cannabis sativa or weed. While this is a banned drug in many parts of the developed world, including in India, it is used by shiv bhakts (believers) while praying to or following the doctrine of Shivji / Shiv. It is also widely consumed at the holi festival, and there is no stigma or illegality attached to it at such times…
Bhang is a preparation from the leaves and flowers (buds) of the female cannabis plant, smoked or consumed as a beverage in the Indian subcontinent. Bhang is also available as Bhang golis (balls) which is just freshly ground hemp with water.Bhang is also part of many ayurvedic medicinal preparation, i.e. bhang powder is available at ayurvedic dispensaries throughout the country.
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