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bhang

, bang
a preparation of the leaves and flower tops of Indian hemp, which has psychoactive properties: much used in India
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Mr Maisori said the of bhang was being taken to Kwale town through Miritini on a motorbike when was intercepted at Mbuguni village around 3am.
The bhang was found in a house at Kashmir area in Lamu town at about 6.
The people are now watching and waiting what the two parties will say", said General Bona Bhang Dhol.
The drugs including hashish, opium, Bhang, Liquor and heroine, police personal said.
Opium, bhang, Heroin and chars are primarily used by smoking, and alcohol and tranquillizers are consumed orally which is favored by 10 percent of respondents.
The advisory said the warning included but was not limited to cannabis Americana, hashish, bhang, guaza, churrus and ganja or by its any other name.
Cannabis products, often called charas, bhang, or ganja, are abused throughout the country.
Thepe items are being marketed as CanChew and Bhang (chewing gums with CBD) and Arisitol (lozenge with 3 mg CBD).
logo ka moh bhang ho raha hai (people are getting disillusioned)," he said adding controversial issues of religious conversion and eulogising Nathuram Godse are parts of "diversionary strategy".
Apart from sweets, revelers also consume tradition thandai, which is also called as bhang.
On this day, people, generally, consume intoxicating drink and bhang to enjoy the festival of colour.
Jina Bhang also interrogates this complexity but, this time, from her own personal experience as a post-doctoral scholar attending a New York classroom on philosophy.