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hashish

 [hash-ēsh´]
a preparation of resin scraped from the flowering tops of the plant Cannabis sativa, smoked or chewed for its intoxicating effects; it is far more potent than marijuana.
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hash·ish

(hash'ish, -ish'), Pronunciation of this word with the stress on the final syllable more nearly approximates the sound of the Arabic word on which it is based.
A form of cannabis that consists largely of resin from the flowering tops and sprouts of cultivated female plants; contains the highest concentration of cannabinols among the preparations derived from cannabis.
[Ar. hay]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

hashish

also

hasheesh

(hăsh′ēsh′, hă-shēsh′, hä-)
n.
Resin prepared from the flowering tops of the female cannabis plant and smoked, chewed, or ingested to induce euphoria.
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hashish

Marijuana, see there.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

hash·ish

(hah-shēsh')
A form of cannabis that consists largely of resin from the flowering tops and sprouts of cultivated female hemp plants of the species Cannabis sativa; contains the highest concentration of cannabinols among preparations derived from cannabis.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

hashish

See CANNABIS.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005

hash·ish

(hah-shēsh')
A form of cannabis that consists largely of resin from flowering tops and sprouts of cultivated female plants.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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During the 1860s hashish candy was advertised in newspapers, and was said to be used "much more generally than is commonly supposed," according to the anonymous author of "Haschisch Candy," Boston Medical and Surgical Journal 75:348-350 (Nov.
Il existe sous trois formes : herbe (marijuana, kif), resine (haschisch) et huile.
Ils fumaient du haschisch comme tu fumes des cigarettes.
He is best known for the celebrated essay Du Haschisch et de l'alienation mentale (1845) which emphasizes the similarities between dreaming and madness.
"A propos de haschisch et d'opium, je vous engage a ne faire aucune experience.
[beaucoup moins que] Les agressions et les vols qualifies se multiplient, les dealers de haschisch n'ont pas de peur a circuler et a sevir en plein jour pendant ce mois sacre [beaucoup plus grand que], tient a preciser une victime du vol de sa voiture.
Et qu'est-ce que le haschisch, dont Monte-Cristo ne cesse de glorifier les effets, sinon un moyen radical de manipuler le reel et fabriquer des images?
Le Royaume du Maroc, considere par l'Office des Nations unies pour la drogue et le crime (ONUDC) en tant que plus grand pays producteur et exportateur de resine de cannabis (haschisch) au monde, constitue, selon cet organisme onusien, une menace pour son voisinage et les [beaucoup moins que]pays vulnerables[beaucoup plus grand que].