It was reported earlier today that archaeologists have found the remains of 13 marijuana plants used as a shroud in a nearly 2,500 year old tomb. The tomb found in western China suggests that marijuana was used in ritualistic settings for way longer than we think. The report mentions that hemp was not present, but rather its psychoactive THC-containing relative.
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