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An archaeological find in northern China of a grave with cannabis plants builds evidence that ancient Eurasians used marijuana for ritualistic and medicinal purposes

3 weeks ago
he find marks the first time that cannabis plants have been discovered as a covering for a body in a grave, arranged in a way that indicates the plants were grown locally and not transported great distances.
By Lucas Niewenhuis

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