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Nasdaq:CITY) announced today that it has entered into an agreement to develop and operate a Public Inebriant Alternative Program in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Clearly, it is popular (albeit largely illegal), employed primarily as a social inebriant and euphoriant.
The point in time when the plant was discovered as a recreational inebriant in the United States is unclear; however, it does seem that this change has been gradual and recent.
Cannabis sativa is usually called "hemp" when used as a source of fiber, "hempseed" when used as a source of seed oil, and "marijuana" (more commonly spelled "marihuana" in the past) when used for euphoric inebriants and therapeutic drugs.