In Morocco, the term “kif” is frequently used for the flower, i.e. the hashish. In the West, “kif” is often used for the special Moroccan blonde hashish. When the milder leaves are used, this is called “habisha”, which would resemble marijuana. In Morocco the production is estimated to cover an area of 600 km², and contributing to the national economy with about US$2 billion annually and growing, equaling 6% of GNP (most of this revenue is however not included in the official GNP). It is lightly aromatic with a hint of spice that produces a cerebral and active high.