The bracts are the tear-drop shaped leaves on cannabis plants that are covered in resin glands and hold a high volume of cannabis terpenes and cannabinoids.

In the cannabis plant, the bracts are an integral part of the anatomy as they hold the ovule, or prospective seed, which is the origin point for new plants. Wrapping round to protect the ovule, the bracts are tear-drop shaped leaves that are densely coated with resin glands - which each houses a range of different cannabinoids and terpenes. 

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