The Federal Definition of ‘Marijuana’ Does Not Include Cannabis Indica

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It’s been there the whole time. :-O OMG!

Hello out there,

Aloha. Looking in the law library computer this afternoon our friend Chico Martines decided to go to the basics and simply look-up the federal definition of ‘marijuana’. We both heard B.E. Smith say this on WEED WARS tv show on the Discovery Channel a few weeks ago … but it couldn’t be … or could it?


U.S.C.S. Title 21 802 Definitions

(16) The term “marijuana” means all parts of the plant Cannabis sativa L., whether growing or not; the seeds thereof; the resin extracted from any part of the plant; and every compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of such plant, its seeds or resin. Such term does not include the mature stalks of such plant, fiber produced from such stalks, oil or cake made from the seeds of such plant, any other compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of such mature stalks (except the resin extracted therefrom), fiber, oil, or cake, or the sterilized seed of such plant which is incapable of germination.


It’s been there THE WHOLE TIME! The federal definition of ‘marijuana’ is ONLY for Cannabis sativa L., not Cannabis Indica, the most common type. As far as I know, virtually everyone grows hybrids of Cannabis Indica. It’s very rare that someone grows a ‘pure sativa’ strain.

Chico was recently convicted of growing 111 marijuana plants, but they were all Indica; zero Sativas. He’s now facing a sentence of 25 YEARS because of prior convictions. Do you know that in the federal system prior sentences – although completely served and 100% overwith – must be served AGAIN – plus any new federal sentence? Does anyone out there know this horrible fact? [ Big-time criminals NEED small-time criminals to take the ‘heat’ off of them. ]

The Green Fourteen are being prosecuted for growing, possessing and conspiring to distribute 284 ‘marijuana’ plants. I don’t know exactly what strain they were, but it’s more than likely that they were a strain of Indica, not Sativa. Time to find out EXACTLY what the plants in evidence are. It’s likely that they are NOT ‘marijuana’ according to federal law.

Can it be this easy? Are all medical marijuana growers and dispensary owners, and all other federal marijuana cases missing this central point – this fundamental definition of what is – and what isn’t – “marijuana”? I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. :-O

All the best to everyone,

Love, Roger



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10 Responses to “The Federal Definition of ‘Marijuana’ Does Not Include Cannabis Indica”

  1. JAKemp
    on Apr 14th, 2013
    @ 11:32 pm

    Aloha Roger and Chico,

    Seek and you shall find Chico, Happy Easter, u found a golden egg!

    The Truth about Cannabis Indica at this Spring season of His Resurrection is proof that Jesus loves you and others so persecuted in His Name.

    Don’t laugh, don’t cry, just be Happy. Could be, yes it has always been there since 1937 and for thousands of years.

    It’s that simple if you always Believe the Father, the Son, and the Holy Smoke will always have your back. Woe be to those always against Them.

    As always and ahuiho,
    JAKemp for Hemp

  2. Polynesians
    on Apr 17th, 2014
    @ 7:47 pm

    Why do we spend time honestly trying to debate man over something that God made and saw that it was good? For years the government has trained our generations that this plant is harmful to you, yet the honest to God truth is that we have strayed from Gods word on what liberates us and gives us freedom to choose who to serve.

    I dare the government to write out a 2000 page essay on why we shouldn’t grow, sell or trade it and I can put one page together from the Bible on why God made this plant for us… put it together on a ballot at a a national level and allow the people to make an informed decision and vote.

    It’s amazing how the government has a control over our state troopers and have them eating their time and resources sniffing out pot heads then busting child pornography rings, our borders, kidnapping and trafficking… They are out of control and our own cops need to stop pushing so many tickets and actually go do something.

    You can put your trust in the FDA approval process of drugs that we buy every day from Walgreens, CVS, SAFEWAY, WALMART that thousands of countless people have multiple side effects from. .. yet you can’t believe that God made this plant… even before we existed.

    The government will end up legalizing it anyway trying to toss us a bone and let us get loaded till we forget that our Constitution was designed to protect us from enemies both foreign and domestic and this government is our biggest enemy. Trading our children’s generations future and trying to take away our right to bear arms. Its a shame.

    They think they can hang this marijuana leaf in front of us as if we are a hamster in a wheel teasing us and crap. Torturing those in need of healing while handing out printed money off the backs of our children to pharmaceutical companies and banks and china… ought to be ashamed of yourselves and ourselves for entertaining such blasphemy against the one who created ALL THINGS UNDER THE HEAVENS AND ABOVE.

  3. jasona
    on May 11th, 2014
    @ 1:58 am

    The plant species Cannabis sativa L. has two main sub-species, Cannabis indica and Cannabis sativa. What you are referring to as “indica” and “sativa” both come from “canibus sativa L”.

    U.S.C.S. Title 21 802 Definitions

    (16) The term “marijuana” means all parts of the plant Cannabis sativa L., whether growing or not; the seeds thereof; the resin extracted from any part of the plant; and every compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of such plant, its seeds or resin……………….

    NO. ITS NOT THAT EASY. Try again…… I hope we never stop trying.

  4. Gary
    on May 4th, 2015
    @ 9:34 am

    I was caught by a township police officer with seven grams of cannabis and I go to court on May 6,2015. I was charged with possession of marijuana. I realize the penalty in Ohio is $150. However I have learned that Indica is not marijuana and I 100% suspect the flower is Indica. Is this a point I could raise to the judge (as not to irritate him) as reasonable doubt? It’s not the fine bothering me, it’s the process of the courts finding me guilty of posession of marijuana when in fact the flower is Indica, not marijuana. This is misdemeanor court so does ” reasonable doubt ” even come into play as a defense ? I cannot find a precident so just maybe it’s time to make one. Please respond ASAP ….I have little time left.

  5. Uhhh
    on Jul 7th, 2015
    @ 1:51 pm

    So, did this website die?

    Is it official? Indica is also illegal? We need clarity, not false hopes.

    And I follow God with my heart, and put Him before everything.

    However, that said, ‘all’ things lnclude cocaine and opium.

    Where do we draw the line? Obviously most don’t have self-control when it come to these two dangerous drugs. Being a chronic pain patient, I have taken opiates for 5 years now. I can personally say they’re insanely dangerous.

    Now, I myself HAVE NEVER had an issue, and take them as prescribed (I know, who wouldn’t say this?) Still, I’m happy to say it, because, I know so many abuse the drugs and give people like me a stigma that is very difficult to deal with.

    Back to the Indica issue. So it’s illegal, too, then? One poster here actually bothered with legality.

    I KNOW- The tyrannical government choses to worship their own interpretation of law, and deny God’s Word. I get it.

    But we who accept ALL of His Word also know that we are to subject ourselves to laws, regardless. Any Christian worth their salt will find this in the New Testament.

    I really hope this website isn’t as dead as it looks-it’s been a couple months since I see a post here.

    And no, no email for you. I have enough B.S. in my inbox. You don’t need my email. You need to post this and others need to help me find answers.

    Thank you.

  6. Uhhh
    on Jul 9th, 2015
    @ 7:02 pm

    my comment is still awaiting moderation? Moving on.

    The internet has enough fluff websites with no actual maintenance.

  7. Uhhh
    on Jul 9th, 2015
    @ 7:04 pm

    Hi, Gary.

    We’re sorry to inform you that this website isn’t really about helping people like you. We just want your email address to sell it, and have no actual legal knowledge base whatsoever in terms of marijuana legality.

    Thanks for the email address, and your response will be promptly ignored as we have literally ZERO interest in you or anyone other than ourselves.

    Have a nice day in jail!

  8. Rev. Roger Christie
    on Mar 5th, 2016
    @ 11:26 pm


    Hey there Buddy,

    Aloha. I’m sorry for taking this long to reply to you. I’m a basic user of the web and need to upgrade my skills to work it properly. Please forgive me. Thank you.

    I try and post on facebook (Roger Christie) every day with news links and archives in my timeline, photos, etc. Check it out if you’re interested.

    We certainly don’t sell any user information. We do have knowledge of metaphysics, and legal issues of Cannabis as a spiritual / religious sacrament and we’re appealing our case in the Ninth Circuit Court in San Francisco right now to hopefully WIN for us, for all our THC Ministry members and for “We the people”, too.

    You’re correct that the federal definition of ‘marijuana’ only includes ‘Cannabis sativa’, but they don’t care about that! They include indica in the sativa classification and “what are ya gonna do about it?” :-O WTFlip?

    All the very best to you,


  9. Rev. Roger Christie
    on Mar 5th, 2016
    @ 11:46 pm


    Dear person,

    Aloha. Yes you. Hi. I’m just now (March 5, 2016) learning the mechanics of being an ADMIN here on my own website. Yes, it’s taken and is still taking me too long to work this, but here I am doing what time and technique allows me. I apologize if I own you a reply. Please forgive me. Thank you. I love you.

    I’m usually on facebook (Roger Christie) now daily with links, news and posting archives from my collection and career. See me there if you’re into it. Thanks.

    Here’s to much better days ahead for all of us.

    With love and respect,




  10. Norman Plude
    on Jun 20th, 2016
    @ 9:36 am

    If you are a patient and you are allowed to use marijuana then you are allowed to grow. “Whether growing or not”

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