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If parents are hoping to talk to their kids about weed, no worries, the Canadian government has you covered. 

The Government of Canada released a nifty guide with all the slang terms the kids are using these days for cannabis, and it's honestly one of the best things we've ever seen.

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As Buzzfeed explains, the site details the drug's ~psychoactive effects~, including euphoria, a sense of well-being, relaxation and heightened sensory experiences.

And, no worries for the 'rents, the site explains how “the cannabis plant” can be used in many different ways: By smoking “joints, pipes or blunts,” drinking or eating “teas, sodas or baked goods,” vaping and dabbing.

All honest info parents might want to know, of course. But then it gets to the slang terms, which are by far the best.

For starters:

pot
bud
wax

And then we get:

errl
purp
keef
dope
herb

And it just keeps going:

joint
rosin
spliff
trees
boom
weed
ganja
skunk

And going…

reefer
doobie
shatter
budder
gangster
honeycomb
Mary Jane (MJ)
dank or dank krippy

The Canadian government knows all about that “dank krippy.”

Incredible.

What are your thoughts on their comprensive list? Sound off in the comments!