A stash of marijuana almost 3,000 years old has been found in an ancient Chinese tomb, and it's still just as potent as the day it was picked. In Salem-News.com, Tim King quotes neurologist Ethan B. Russo as saying, "To our knowledge, these investigations provide the oldest documentation of cannabis as a pharmacologically active agent" and that it was obviously "cultivated for psychoactive purposes."
We guess the ancient Chinese appreciated its memory boosting properties too?and we all need to remember what really happened!
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