Cannabis Dictionary

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Are you new to the cannabis world?

Our Cannabis Dictionary is designed to help you learn basic terms and definitions related to cannabis.

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Access Point | Noun

ˈakˌses point

1. An access point is a state authorized location where medical marijuana patients can buy medical marijuana. Although typically called a dispensary, access points are highly regulated and as marijuana laws become more lax, are springing up in with increasing frequency.


Adapters | Noun

1. An attachment accessory that facilitates ease of consumption. Some adapters protect a dab rig or bong from heating while others serve to catch excess oil or ash to prevent it from ə-ˈdap-tərs seeping into the water chamber.

Aeroponics | Noun

1. A cultivation practice that involves suspending the plant roots in an environment of mist and air where they absorb water, nutrients, and oxygen. An aeroponic system is more temperamental than other types of cultivation practices and requires careful, consistent monitoring. Aeroponic cultivation allows for greater access to the oxygen in nutrient-rich solutions, which can lead to faster and more efficient growth than hydroponic or soil cultivation.

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Backcross | Verb

1. A backcross is a type of breeding that allows the transfer of a desired trait from parent to offspring. Unlike traditional breeding, backcrossing breeds a plant with one of its parents. This process creates a hybrid plant that is genetically more similar to the parent. By backcrossing, breeders can strengthen certain genes in a plant and ensure the survival of rare strains.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”C” tab_id=”1576257534850-c92f11e5-446c”][/vc_tta_section][/vc_tta_tour][/vc_column][/vc_row]