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420: This is perhaps one of the most widely recognized terms associated with marijuana. It originated in the 1970s when a group of California high school students used "420" as a code to meet up after school to smoke cannabis. The term has since become synonymous with marijuana consumption and is celebrated on April 20th (4/20) each year.
710: When flipped upside down, "710" spells "OIL," which refers to cannabis concentrates like hash oil or BHO (butane hash oil). It has become a term commonly used among concentrate enthusiasts.
20 Bag: Refers to a small quantity of marijuana that typically costs $20.
40 Bag: Similar to the "20 Bag," but it contains a larger quantity and costs $40.
Alcohol Extraction: A method of extracting cannabinoids from cannabis using alcohol as the solvent.
Aristocrat: A term for high-quality and potent marijuana, suggesting it is fit for royalty.
Backroll: To roll a joint with the adhesive side of the rolling paper on the outside, typically done when rolling a cigar-style blunt.
Bake Sale: A playful term referring to a gathering where participants share and consume cannabis-infused edibles.
Baked: When someone is heavily under the influence of marijuana and experiencing its effects.
Beezlebub’s Basil: A humorous and creative way to refer to marijuana.
Bhang: A traditional cannabis-infused drink from India, often consumed during certain festivals.
Biting one’s lips: Slang for consuming marijuana in secret or discreetly.
Blasting: Refers to using butane or another solvent to extract cannabinoids from cannabis, often to make concentrates.
Blazed: Synonymous with being "high" or under the influence of marijuana.
Blazing: The act of smoking marijuana.
Blitzed: Another term for being very high or intoxicated from marijuana.
Blowing: Slang for smoking marijuana.
Blue Dream: A popular strain of marijuana known for its balanced effects and blueberry aroma.
Blunt: A cannabis cigar, typically made by hollowing out a cigar or cigarillo and filling it with marijuana.
Blunt Wrap: A flavored, tobacco-based wrap used to roll blunts.
Bogart: To selfishly hold onto a joint or blunt without passing it to others.
Bomb Weed: A term used to describe extremely potent and high-quality marijuana.
Bong: A water pipe used for smoking marijuana, which cools and filters the smoke.
Bongwater: The water inside a bong used to filter smoke.
Bouldered: Slang for being very high, likely originating from "boulder," a reference to a large rock.
Bowl: A small pipe used for smoking marijuana.
Bubbler: A handheld water pipe that combines features of a bong and a pipe.
Bud: The flower or "bud" of the marijuana plant, containing high levels of cannabinoids.
Budder: A type of cannabis concentrate with a waxy texture.
Budtender: An employee at a dispensary who assists customers in selecting cannabis products.
Burn One: To smoke marijuana.
Burning one down: Slang for smoking a joint or blunt.
Burnt: Feeling tired or groggy after consuming marijuana.
Can: A slang term for a container or stash box used to store marijuana.
Cannabidiol (CBD): A non-intoxicating cannabinoid found in cannabis, known for its potential therapeutic benefits.
Cannabis: The scientific name for the marijuana plant.
Cannivore: A term for someone who loves cannabis.
Carb Cap: A device used to control airflow in a dab rig when vaporizing concentrates.
Cashed: When all the marijuana in a bowl or joint has been fully burned and is no longer producing smoke.
Chasing: The act of inhaling the smoke that escapes while taking a hit from a smoking device.
Cheeba: Another term for marijuana, often used in a playful manner.
Cheeching: Named after the famous actor and comedian, Cheech Marin, this term refers to smoking marijuana.
Cherried: When the end of a joint or blunt glows red and continues to burn without being actively smoked.
Chiefing: Smoking marijuana excessively or constantly.
Chillum: A straight, conical smoking pipe with a bowl at one end and a mouthpiece at the other.
Chronic: Slang for potent and high-quality marijuana.
Clam baking: Slang for hotboxing a small, enclosed space with marijuana smoke.
Clone: A cutting from a marijuana plant that is replanted and grown to create an identical genetic copy.
Closed-Loop Extraction: A method of making cannabis concentrates using a closed-loop system to contain solvents and prevent their release into the environment.
CO2: Short for carbon dioxide, a solvent used in some extraction processes.
CO2 Extraction: A method of extracting cannabinoids from cannabis using carbon dioxide as a solvent.
Cola: The dense cluster of buds that forms at the top of the main stem of a female cannabis plant.
Concentrate: A highly potent cannabis product made by extracting cannabinoids and other compounds from the plant material.
Cone: A pre-rolled joint shaped like a cone, typically larger at the top and tapering down.*Cooked:** Slang for being high or intoxicated from marijuana.
Cotton Mouth: The dry and sticky feeling in the mouth often experienced after consuming marijuana.
Couchy: A term used to describe the heavy, sedative effects of certain marijuana strains.
Cross Faded: Being intoxicated by both alcohol and marijuana simultaneously.
Cross Joint: A type of joint with an additional joint perpendicular to the first, forming a cross shape.
Crutch: A small, rolled-up piece of paper or cardboard used as a mouthpiece for joints or blunts.
Crystals: The trichomes on cannabis buds that contain high concentrations of cannabinoids.
Cure: The process of drying and aging harvested cannabis buds to enhance their flavor and potency.
Dab: A small amount of cannabis concentrate, typically vaporized on a hot surface and inhaled.
Dabber: A tool used to handle and apply cannabis concentrates.
Dabbing: The act of vaporizing and inhaling cannabis concentrates.
Dank: Often used to describe high-quality marijuana with a potent aroma and flavor. The term "dank" originates from the word "dankness," which refers to something being wet or humid.
Decarboxylate: The process of heating marijuana to activate its psychoactive and medicinal properties by removing a carboxyl group from the cannabinoids. This process is essential for making edibles and tinctures.
Diesel: A popular strain of marijuana known for its pungent, fuel-like aroma. The name "Diesel" likely stems from its strong scent reminiscent of diesel fuel.
Diffuser: A part of a smoking device, such as a bong, designed to break up smoke into smaller bubbles, cooling and filtering it before inhalation.
Dime Bag: Refers to a small quantity of marijuana, typically worth $10.
Dispensary: A legal establishment where medical or recreational marijuana is sold. These businesses often provide a variety of cannabis products and are staffed by knowledgeable "budtenders."
Ditch Weed: Low-quality and wild-growing cannabis, often containing little to no THC. It earned the term "ditch weed" due to its prevalence in roadside ditches.
Dome: The rounded top part of a dab rig or bong, designed to capture and concentrate the vapor before inhalation.
Domeless Nail: A type of nail used in dab rigs that doesn't require a separate dome, simplifying the dabbing process.
Doobie: Slang for a joint, typically rolled with marijuana and rolled in rolling paper.
Dope: A general term for marijuana, originating from the Dutch word "doop," which referred to a thick sauce or dip.
Down smoke: To smoke marijuana.
Downstem: A component of a water pipe (bong) that extends into the water, diffusing smoke and creating smoother hits.
Dugout: A small, portable, and discreet device designed to hold a one-hitter (a small pipe) and a stash of ground marijuana.
Durple (or Durp for short): A playful and creative term for marijuana.
Dutch/Dutchie: Refers to a blunt rolled using Dutch Masters or similar cigar wraps.
Earwax: A type of cannabis concentrate with a sticky, wax-like consistency.
Edibles: Cannabis-infused products, such as brownies, gummies, or cookies, designed to be consumed orally.
Eighth: An eighth of an ounce, equivalent to approximately 3.5 grams of marijuana.
Enchanted salad: A humorous way of referring to a mixture of various strains of marijuana.
Endo: Slang for high-quality marijuana.
Ent: Derived from "tree-ent," a term used in the "Lord of the Rings" series to describe tree-like creatures. "Ent" refers to a person who enjoys spending time with cannabis, like the ents with their trees.
Extract: A concentrated form of marijuana that can be produced using various methods like CO2 or solvent extraction.
Fatty: A large, thick joint or blunt, often containing a generous amount of marijuana.
Fire: Slang for high-quality marijuana, often used to describe strains with exceptional potency.
Firing one up: Preparing to smoke marijuana.
Florist: A code name for someone who sells marijuana.
Flower: The dried buds of the marijuana plant, containing the highest concentration of cannabinoids.
Fried: Slang for being heavily intoxicated by marijuana.
Funky broccoli: A whimsical term for marijuana, likening the plant's appearance to broccoli.
Ganja: A term for marijuana, primarily used in South Asia and the Caribbean.
Gasper: A rolled cigarette containing a mix of tobacco and marijuana.
Getting the wind: A term for smoking marijuana.
Giggle bush: A playful and lighthearted term for marijuana.
Glass: Refers to smoking devices made of glass, such as bongs or pipes.
Going loco: Slang for getting very high or intoxicated from marijuana.
Grass: A classic and straightforward term for marijuana.
Green: A simple and common term for marijuana.
Green Crack: A popular and potent strain of marijuana with a high-energy and uplifting effect. The name "Green Crack" comes from its energetic nature and not from any harmful substances.
Green Out: The feeling of discomfort, anxiety, or nausea experienced when consuming too much marijuana.
Grinder: A device used to break down marijuana into smaller pieces, making it easier to roll into joints or load into bowls.
Half: Short for a half-ounce of marijuana, equal to approximately 14 grams.
Hash: A concentrated form of marijuana, traditionally made by collecting and pressing the resinous trichomes from the cannabis plant.
Haze: A term for certain strains of marijuana with a distinct and potent aroma.
Head Change: Refers to the shift in consciousness or perception experienced after consuming marijuana.
Heady Glass: High-quality, artistic, and intricately designed glassware used for smoking marijuana.
Herb: A straightforward term for marijuana.
Herbo: A playful variant of "herb," used to refer to marijuana.
Hippie Lettuce: A playful and nostalgic term for marijuana, harkening back to its association with counterculture movements in the 1960s.
Hitting the hay: Slang for smoking marijuana.
Hobbit spinac: A whimsical term for marijuana, combining references to hobbits and spinach.
Hog Leg: A large and thick joint or blunt, similar to a "fatty."
Hookah: A device used to smoke flavored tobacco, but can also be adapted for smoking marijuana.
Hot Box: The act of smoking marijuana in a small, enclosed space, such as a car or a bathroom, to create a dense cloud of smoke.
Hybrid: A strain of marijuana that is a cross between two or more different cannabis varieties, usually an indica and a sativa.
Hydro: Short for hydroponically grown marijuana, which is cultivated without soil in a nutrient-rich water solution.
Ice Wax: A type of cannabis concentrate made using ice water and agitation to separate trichomes from the plant material.
Indica: One of the two main species of marijuana, known for its relaxing and sedative effects.
Iso: Short for isopropyl alcohol, used to make "ISO hash" or "QWISO" (Quick Wash Isopropyl Alcohol hash), a form of cannabis concentrate.
Jack Herer: Named after the famous cannabis activist and author, Jack Herer, this term refers to a popular and potent strain of marijuana known for its cerebral effects and spicy, piney flavor.
Jazz Cabbage: A humorous and light-hearted term for marijuana, referring to the relaxed and mellow feeling it can induce.
Jefferson Airplane: A playful reference to the iconic rock band "Jefferson Airplane" from the 1960s, used as a slang term for marijuana.
Jelly Hash: A cannabis concentrate with a jelly-like consistency, often made using ice water extraction methods.
Joint: A classic and ubiquitous term for a rolled cannabis cigarette, typically containing marijuana and rolled in paper.
K.G.B.: Slang for "Killer Green Bud," used to describe potent and high-quality marijuana.
Kaya: A term for marijuana, particularly popular in the Caribbean and Jamaica.
Kief: The fine, powdery crystals of resinous trichomes that separate from the marijuana plant. It can be collected and used to make hash or sprinkled on top of a joint or bowl.
Killer Bud: A term for exceptionally potent marijuana with strong effects.
Kind: Slang for high-quality marijuana, often used to describe strains with pleasant and desirable effects.
Kush: A term referring to a particular lineage of cannabis strains originating from the Hindu Kush mountain range. It is often used to describe strong indica strains.
Laughing Grass: An affectionate and playful term for marijuana, alluding to the laughter-inducing effects it can have on some individuals.
Left-Handed Cigarette: A discreet and euphemistic term for a marijuana joint, used to avoid direct reference in public settings.
Lid: An old-school term for a small quantity of marijuana, typically an ounce or less.
Live Resin: A type of cannabis concentrate made by extracting fresh, frozen marijuana plant material to preserve its terpene profile.
Loud: A term used to describe pungent and aromatic marijuana, often synonymous with high-quality buds.
Marijuana: The widely recognized and official name for the cannabis plant, derived from the Spanish word "marihuana."
Marijuana Slang Terms: Refers to the extensive collection of nicknames and slangs used to describe marijuana, showcasing the diverse creativity and culture surrounding the plant.
Mary J Blige: A playful and clever term for marijuana, combining the names of the famous singer Mary J. Blige and "Mary Jane," a common nickname for cannabis.
Mary Jane: A popular and enduring nickname for marijuana, commonly believed to have originated from the Spanish name "Maria Juana."
Matchbox: Slang for a small amount of marijuana, typically enough for a single joint.
Medical: Refers to marijuana used for medicinal purposes, often legally prescribed or recommended by a healthcare professional.
Mota: A term for marijuana, commonly used in Latin American countries.
Mother: Slang for a large and healthy female marijuana plant, used for cloning and propagation.
Mowing the grass: A playful and creative term for smoking marijuana.
Muggles: A term for marijuana, derived from the "Harry Potter" series, where it refers to non-magical people.
Nail: The part of a dab rig where the cannabis concentrate is vaporized.
Nug: Short for "nugget," it refers to a single piece or bud of marijuana.
Nug Run: A term for cannabis concentrate made using only whole buds, as opposed to trim or shake.
OG Kush: A highly popular and influential strain of marijuana, known for its potency and earthy aroma.
Oil: A general term for cannabis concentrates that can be in various forms, such as honey oil, hash oil, or cannabis oil.
Ounce: A unit of measurement for marijuana, equal to approximately 28 grams.
Pack a Bowl: To fill a smoking device, like a pipe or bong, with marijuana before smoking.
Pakalolo: A term used for marijuana in Hawaii, reflecting its Polynesian roots.
Papers: Short for rolling papers, used to roll joints or blunts.
Percolator: A feature in a bong or water pipe designed to filter and cool the smoke.
Phat Grass: Slang for high-quality marijuana, with "phat" meaning excellent or impressive.
Phenotype: A term used in genetics to describe the observable characteristics of an organism, particularly applicable to different strains of marijuana.
Pinner: A small, thin joint, often containing a small amount of marijuana.
Poking: Slang for smoking marijuana.
Poofy Goofy: A whimsical and playful term for marijuana, emphasizing its enjoyable and lighthearted effects.
Pot: A classic and straightforward term for marijuana.
Pre-Roll: A pre-rolled joint that can be purchased from dispensaries or smoke shops.
Pressed Hash: A type of hash made by pressing together kief or trichomes.
Production Glass: Slang for mass-produced, commercially available glassware used for smoking marijuana.
Pull ‘n’ Snap: A form of cannabis concentrate that has a taffy-like consistency, similar to "shatter" but slightly softer and more pliable.
Purps: Short for "purple," referring to marijuana strains with purple hues in the buds.
QP: Short for a "quarter-pound," equal to approximately 113 grams of marijuana.
QWISO: An acronym for Quick Wash Isopropyl Alcohol hash, referring to a method of making cannabis concentrate using isopropyl alcohol.
Reclaim: The residual concentrate that accumulates in a dab rig or water pipe over time.
Reefer: An old-fashioned term for marijuana, dating back to the early 20th century.
Re-up: To purchase more marijuana when running low on supply.
Ripped: Slang for being heavily intoxicated by marijuana.
Roach: The end of a joint or blunt that is too small to smoke comfortably.
Roach Clip: A small device used to hold the end of a joint or blunt to avoid burning one's fingers.
Rosin Tech: A method of making cannabis concentrate by applying heat and pressure to marijuana buds, resulting in a sap-like substance rich in cannabinoids.
Sandwich Bag: A reference to a common and informal way of storing marijuana in a plastic sandwich bag. While not ideal for long-term storage, it's a familiar and nostalgic image for many cannabis enthusiasts.
Satan’s Cilantro: A tongue-in-cheek nickname for marijuana, humorously referring to cilantro as the devil's herb. It's an amusing way to describe the divisive love-or-hate relationship some people have with cilantro.
Sativa: One of the two main species of marijuana, known for its uplifting and energizing effects. Sativa strains are often associated with increased creativity and mental clarity.
Sawbuck: Slang for a $10 bill, this term was historically used to describe the price of a small quantity of marijuana.
Schwag: Low-quality, poorly grown, or dried-out marijuana. It is often considered undesirable due to its diminished potency and harsh taste.
Screen: A small, mesh-like filter used in pipes or bowls to prevent the inhalation of ash or small bits of marijuana.
Sensimilla: A term derived from Spanish and used to describe female marijuana plants that have not been pollinated, resulting in higher THC levels and seedless buds.
Shatter: A type of cannabis concentrate with a glass-like consistency, typically made using butane extraction methods.
Shotgunning: A smoking technique where one person inhales smoke from a joint, pipe, or vaporizer and then exhales it directly into the mouth of another person.
Skin Up: British slang for rolling a joint or blunt.
Smoking Trees: A playful and poetic term for smoking marijuana, suggesting a connection between the act of smoking and the lush growth of trees.
Sticky Icky: A term for marijuana buds that are particularly resinous and sticky to the touch, indicating high potency.
The Bubonic Chronic Son: A humorous and exaggerated way of referring to high-quality and potent marijuana, emphasizing its powerful effects.
The Devils Lettuce: A whimsical and playful term for marijuana, poking fun at the negative stereotypes and misconceptions associated with cannabis.
The Good: A straightforward and positive term for high-quality marijuana.
Toking: The act of inhaling and smoking marijuana.
Torching Up: The process of using a torch lighter to heat a dab rig before taking a dab of cannabis concentrate.
Wacky Tobaccy: A light-hearted and humorous term for marijuana, combining the word "wacky" with "tobacco."
Weed: Perhaps the most common and widely recognized slang term for marijuana, used across various cultures and communities.
Wizard Kale: A playful and creative term for marijuana, combining the mystical and magical connotations of "wizard" with the health-conscious appeal of "kale."