Here’s What Marijuana Looks Like Under The Microscope


Marijuana plants have been known to humans for a long time as a fabric because of its strong fiber. The hemp seeds are used as a source of oil.

A scientist was researching plants with this latin name Cannabis sativa. In the book Cannabis Under The Microscope: A Visual Exploration of Medicinal Satica and C. Indica by Ford McCann.

Here are 10 sightings of marijuana when viewed using a microscope.

1. Trichom gland on the edge of flower petals. The width of the image is 0.5 mm wide.
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2. An unknown crystal is found on the surface of the bud structure. Most likely, these crystals come from dry hydroponic chemicals.
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3. Appearance of calcium oxalate crystals. Even a small dose of calcium oxalate was enough to cause a burning sensation in the mouth and intense throat. The width of the image is 0.05 mm.
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4. The appearance of the edges of marijuana leaves is seen with a microscope.
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5. An adult stem that has been cut. There is a fiber in the stem which is the source of clothing.
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6. It's a five-day-old plant that just emerged from a damp rockwool.
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7. Appearance of pistil flowers that meet two stalks.
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8. Here is the appearance of one part of the petiole.
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9. An optical image of epidermis stem taken by microscope with magnification 40 times.
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10. Here is the appearance of the marijuana buds.
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