Majoun

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Majoun or majun (Arabic: معجون‎) is a Moroccan confection, which can resemble a pastry ball, fudge, or jam. Ingredients can include honey, nuts, and dried fruits, and the treat is commonly made as a cannabis edible, sometimes in combination with other drugs.[1][2]

A 1957 report describes majun as containing "hemp, opium and seeds of datura".[3]

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  1. ^ Paul Bowles; Gena Dagel Caponi (1993). Conversations with Paul Bowles. Univ. Press of Mississippi. pp. 62–. ISBN 978-0-87805-650-7.
  2. ^ Angus Stewart (1 January 1977). Tangier: A Writer's Notebook. Hutchinson. p. 61. ISBN 978-0-09-128710-8.
  3. ^ Sidney Locket (1957). Clinical Toxicology: The Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment of Poisoning. Mosby. p. 234.