New research suggests the people of Central Asia were smoking marijuana as early as the first millennium B.C. (UPI Science News) More
People may have used weed 2500 years ago to 'communicate with the dead' New Haven Register
A new study of archaeological artifacts found in Central Asia has revealed that the first uses of cannabis by humans were in all likelihood not recreational but ...
Posted on 19 June 2019 | 9:41 am | Google News
Chinese and German researchers have discovered residue from a potent strain of marijuana at a 2,500-year-old tomb in China, providing the earliest record of ...
Posted on 17 June 2019 | 9:12 pm | Google News
Earliest Clear Evidence of Cannabis Use Technology Networks
Cannabis has been cultivated as an oil-seed and fibre crop for millennia in East Asia. Little is known, however, about the early use and eventual cultivation of the ...
Posted on 17 June 2019 | 3:31 am | Google News
Study finds cannabis first used in funerals 2,500 years ago Jamaica Observer
WASHINGTON, DC, United States (AFP) — At a burial site high in the Pamir Mountains, music from an ancient harp and the smell of burning cannabis and ...
Posted on 17 June 2019 | 2:37 am | Google News
Posted on 15 June 2019 | 1:23 pm | Google News
Signs of ritual pot smoking found in ancient China Lockport Union-Sun & Journal
WASHINGTON — Archaeologists have unearthed the earliest direct evidence of people smoking marijuana from a 2500-year-old graveyard in western China.
Posted on 15 June 2019 | 10:00 am | Google News
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