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Definition of Bingus from the Urban Dictionary:
bingus (n): weed
bingused (adv/adj): stoned
bingusing (v): smoking weed
bingus (v): smoke weed
(n.) y'all got some bingus?
(adv.) hey i was bingused gimme a break, huh?
(inf v.) bingusing in cars. it's what we do.
(v.) let's go bingus, eh?
Anthocyanins Cause Purple Cannabis - Anthocyanins are a group of around 400 water-soluble pigment molecules that due to their structure and biosynthesis are classed as flavonoids, and appear red, purple or blue according to their pH (in acidic pH levels they appear more red, in neutral conditions purple, and in alkaline more blue). Flavonoids are generally yellow in appearance, hence their name, which is etymologically derived from the Latin for “yellow”, flavus, and does not indicate any association with flavour. In fact, flavonoids are usually extremely bitter, and are generally associated with pigmentation.
Cannabis and all other higher plants (those possessing a vascular system consisting of a xylem and phloem, structures that distribute nutrients and water throughout the plant) contain anthocyanins in all parts of the plant: leaves, flowers, fruits, stems, and even roots. Depending on the genotype of the cannabis plant, these anthocyanins may be expressed in the latter part of the flowering period, irrespective of environmental conditions; conversely, they may express in cold conditions, or may never be produced in sufficient quantities to affect the appearance of the plant at all.