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The Strain API is a free resource containing information on a large variety of marijuana strains including their race, effects, and flavors.
Although under US federal law, cannabis (also known as marijuana or weed) is still illegal, a growing number of states have legalized the drug for medicinal and recreational use.
In these states, the manufacturing and distribution of cannabis is a big business, attracting hundreds of growers and resale stores.
The exact purpose of marijuana APIs differs depending on the provider.
In general, though, these APIs provide information about either the drug itself or about companies that specialize in its production and sale.
APIs respond to queries from external programs, apps, or websites, and return data.
With an API containing weed-related data, this might include information about a specific strain of cannabis, the address of a specific cannabis retail store, or even a list of specific laws relating to marijuana in a given jurisdiction.
Web developers and programmers who want to deliver reliable and accurate information about marijuana to their end users can benefit from an API.
Unlike many other types of API, which save developer time by providing robust feature bases, the main benefit of using an API for cannabis is the wealth of information these services contain.
By using these services within their own software, developers can connect their users with exhaustive sources on the benefits, procurement, and legal use of marijuana.
APIs that focus on cannabis are a mixture of enthusiast-provided systems describing the effects of the drug, and retail-focused APIs that aims to provide up-to-date information helpful to businesses and marketers.
A few marijuana APIs also stress their ideologies as “open,” representing a particular strain of enthusiasts who believe strongly in the importance of the free and reproducible sharing of information.
All cannabis and drugs APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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