The Cannabis plant is a complex plant containing a variety of compounds. Of these compounds, a cannabinoid is one chemical compound that acts on cannabinoid receptors in cells that alter neurotransmitter release in the brain. The three cannabinoid compounds most commonly studied are tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD) and cannabinol (CBN). The plant's components can be used for purposes such as recreational uses, as well as for a variety of other medical purposes. As a drug it comes in the form of dried flower buds (marijuana), resin (hashish), or extracts known as hashish oil. The three main species of this plant that are now recognized are the Cannabis Sativa, the Cannabis Indica, and the Cannabis Ruderalis. With a wide range of medical benefits, each strain has its own range of effects on the body and mind.
Upon your eyes I turn to lean,
There is a heavy sense of darkness within
At the Canadian Museum of Immigration in Halifax, you can find yourself exploring the permanent Pier 21 exhibit. Throughout the years, Pier 21 was Canada's open door to the world, where people came in to embark on a new journey towards a better life. Many people left behind family and friends to start a new life abroad, but as people's lives change so do the things in our environment. As our technology advanced along with society, so did our modes of transportation. With boats slowly making their way out of our everyday mode of ocean wide transportation, airplanes became a better and quicker method of transport, thus causing Pier 21 to close its doors on March 28, 1971. The last ship to bring immigrants to Pier 21 in 1971 was the SS Nieuw Amsterdam (II), which bore the same name as the first ship to bring immigrants to the Pier in 1928.
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