Cannabaceae


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Related to Cannabaceae: order Rosales

Cannabaceae

[kan·ə′bās·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of dicotyledonous herbs in the order Urticales, including Indian hemp (Cannabis sativa) and characterized by erect anthers, two styles or style branches, and the lack of milky juice.

Cannabaceae

 

a family of dicotyledonous plants, related to the family Moraceae. They are erect or climbing herbs, found predominantly in temperate regions. The plants are monoecious or dioecious and have small, plain flowers in inflorescences. The male inflorescences have many flowers and are paniculate; the female inflorescences have few flowers and are capitate or cone-shaped. The family comprises two genera, Cannabis and Humulus, with three or four species.

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INDICA, too, tips its hat at the Colorado cannabis community, as it is packed with CBD and finished with fine hop extracts to increase the enjoyment of cannabaceae humulus lupulus[hops].
The tall plant grows throughout Europe and Asia and is a member of the Cannabaceae family and contains bitter properties.
Indeed, a number of polyphenols have been identified in hop, a dioecious plant of the Cannabaceae family, which is grown in most of the temperate climate zones of the world (De Keukeleire et al.