Residue found in tombs deep in a Central Asian mountain range suggests that strong cannabis was used in ancient burial rites. (Ny Times Science) More
Uncovering The Origins Of Marijuana Use Asian Scientist Magazine
Scientists have found psychoactive compounds preserved in 2,500-year-old funerary incense burners in eastern Pamirs, China.
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Where local pols stand on Virginia AG's call for marijuana legalization Covering the Corridor
In the wake of the Attorney General's call for the decriminalization and legalization of marijuana in the state, see where local pols stand on the issue.
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Science: People in China Were Using Cannabis in Rituals 2,500 Years Ago Green Entrepreneur
Cannabis was an important element of funeral services thousands of years ago.
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Washington, DC, June 20, 2019- The development of neural circuits in youth, at a particularly important time in their lives, can be heavily influenced by external ...
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In this week's edition: - Oregon Legislative Assembly passes bill allowing interstate transfers of cannabis, subject to certain limitations, in the event of a federal...
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Using a database of fossil pollen studies, researchers believe the cradle of cannabis may have been on the Tibetan Plateau.
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