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What is the Difference Between Hemp and Cannabis?

Stinging plant For plants that sting through chemical and light reactions, not hairs, see phytophotodermatitis. Stinging hairs of Urtica dioica (stinging nettle) A stinging plant or a plant with stinging hairs is a plant with hairs (trichomes) on its leaves or stems that are capable of injecting substances that cause pain or irritation. Other plants,… read more »

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Stinging plant For plants that sting through chemical and light reactions, not hairs, see phytophotodermatitis. Stinging hairs of Urtica dioica (stinging nettle) A stinging plant or a plant with stinging hairs is a plant with hairs (trichomes) on its leaves or stems that are capable of injecting substances that cause pain or irritation. Other plants,… read more »

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Stinging plant For plants that sting through chemical and light reactions, not hairs, see phytophotodermatitis. Stinging hairs of Urtica dioica (stinging nettle) A stinging plant or a plant with stinging hairs is a plant with hairs (trichomes) on its leaves or stems that are capable of injecting substances that cause pain or irritation. Other plants,… read more »

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