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Abstract

Cannabis plant cultivation was prohibited for a period, but in recent times, there has been a shift in its perception. It is now being researched extensively to identify the best methods for its utilization. This article provides a bibliometric review of studies related to cannabis. Bibliometric analysis is a widely used technique for analyzing large volumes of scientific data. For this study, 3,761 documents were collected from the popular Scopus database, published between 2010 and 2022. The collected data was analyzed using the "Bibliometrics" package in the R programming language. "Biblioshiny" and "Vosviewer" were employed to visualize the results. The study found that productivity in cannabis research has increased over time. The article will assist researchers in identifying the countries, institutions, and authors engaged in cannabis research.

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10.59049/2790-0231.1132

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