The sugar leaves are parts of a cannabis plant similar to regular plant leaves. They are not as large as the fan leaves that grow on the marijuana plant from the cola. You can see the resinous sugar leaves growing between the buds. Sometimes, sugar leaves will have trichomes, depending on the species. Critical to protecting the plant, the sugar leaves have potent trichomes, which contain cannabinoids, like CBD and THC, and terpenes that offer recreational users a lovely high or medical patients benefits to alleviating their symptoms. While sugar leaves are not typically smoked, if they are from quality strains, they can be used to create cannabis products, like extracts, edibles, and oils.