Ganja | Noun

/ˈgän-jə/

  1. Ganja is a Sanskrit term which translates into ‘hemp, marijuana, and cannabis’. In India, ganja is more special and really refers directly to some highly powerful strain of sativa bud. In India, ganja also identifies this cultivated upper leaves and blossoms of female cannabis plants. Historically in India, ganja was just smoked in an earthenware pipe referred to as a chillum.

The word had entered the mainstream bud culture when prominent musicians like Jamaica’s Bob Marley started talking to cannabis because ganja. A lot of individuals wrongly begun to think and think that ganja was a Jamaican word for marijuana and the source of ganja has been the little island country. In contemporary times, ganja has come to be a frequent road term that’s used to denote all sorts of bud.