Some is. Most of the marijuana produced for drug-related purposes is domesticated. Cannabis made for hemp textiles are usually always domesticated, too. However, some does grow naturally.
All domesticated plants have adapted from a wild ancestor. Like modern day crops such as wheat and corn, Marijuana is now carefully bred by humans to bring out certain traits. While corn was bred to produce larger ears with a sweeter flavor, Marijuana was bred for more THC for greater psychedelic potency. While it may not be traditional, it is certainly domesticated, scarcely resembling its wild cousins.
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