Cannabis Trivia Quiz Questions And Answers
Cannabis is indigenous to what geographical area?
A: Central and South Asia.
Technically cannabis is the dried flowers, leaves and
stems of the female what?
A: Cannabis plant.
What is the principal psychoactive ingredient of cannabis?
A: Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).
How much THC is contained in cannabis varieties used to
produce industrial hemp?
A: Less than 1%.
THC is just one of 483 known compounds in the cannabis
plant, including at least 84 what?
Evidence for inhalation of cannabis smoke can be found in
the 3rd millennium BCE in what present day country?
In 2003, a basket filled with cannabis leaf fragments and
seeds discovered with a 2,500- to 2,800-year-old mummified shaman in what
Egyptian mummies dated about 950 BC demonstrate evidence of
the use of what?
Cannabis is often used for its psychoactive effects, which
can include heightened mood and or what?
With chromatographic techniques THC and its major
metabolite can be measured in
blood, urine, hair, oral fluid or what?
A: Sweat .
The Duquenois-Levine test is commonly administered field
test, but it can't positively confirm the presence of cannabis because many
substances give what?
A: False positives.
A decrease in short-term memory, a dry mouth, and impaired
motor skills are side effects of what drug?
The earliest recorded use of cannabis dates from when?
A: The 3rd millennium BC.
Cannabis was used by the ancient
Hindus of India and Nepal
thousands of years ago and it was called what in Sanskrit?
According to the United Nations, cannabis is the illicit
drug that is the what?
A: Most-used in the world.
In 2004, the United Nations estimated that approximately
22.5 million people used cannabis how often?
Cannabis is often used to reduce nausea and vomiting in
what group of people?
A: People undergoing chemotherapy.
Functional imaging studies have revealed morphological
brain changes in long-term what?
A: Cannabis users.
How is hash oil obtained from Cannabis plant?
A: By solvent extraction.
United States drug policy since the 1950s has been that
cannabis use increases the probability of trying what?
A: Harder drugs.
The ancient Assyrians discovered the psychoactive
properties of cannabis through the Aryans, using it in some
they called it qunubu which means what?
A: Way to produce smoke.
The Canadian Senate's Special Committee on
found that pot is not a cause of other drug use and they rejected what theory?
A: Gateway theory.
Because of the wide variety of non-volatile solvents
available to obtain the oils of the plant, there are a variety of cannabis what
Cannabis has been used for rituals throughout ancient
history and is found in cults around world including use by ancient Jews and
Traces of cannabis were discovered in pipes recovered from
who's home in Stratford-upon-Avon?
Popular solvents for obtaining cannabis infusions are cocoa
butter, dairy butter and what?
A: Cooking oil.
There has never been a documented case of death due to an
overdose of what illegal drug?
The three main forms of Cannabis products come in three
common forms, the flower, the resin and the what?
Cannabis usually contains about 5% THC content, the resin
can contain up to 20% THC content, and the oil may contain more than how much?
In 1985 THC levels averaged about 3.5% but by the year
the THC levels had risen to an average of what?
What part of the cannabis plant has the highest
concentration of THC?
A: The buds.
Leaves contain how much less THC than the buds?
A: One tenth.
What type of extracts typically have a higher concentration
of THC than buds?
A: Hashish and hash oil.
Cannabis plants can sometimes be contaminated by heavy
metals and other toxins it absorbs from its what?
A: Growing environment.
How long can detectable levels of THC can be found in the
body after a single use?
A: From a week to a month or longer.