The leaves, flower-heads, and stems of hemp, chewed or smoked as a drug. Bhang is used in medicine as a tranquiliser and sedative, in religious ritual, recreationally, and sometimes in cooking. It is grown in mountain plantations (as a joint product with hemp fibre), and in private gardens. Bhang is, after alcohol, the second-most widely-used drug in Gehennum, and is also exported in quantity.

Bhang is legal and therefore cheap, often being grown for private use in gardens, and is minimally addictive.

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