Archaeologists have discovered an “extraordinary cache” of cannabis in an ancient burial in northwest China, and are saying that the it adds considerably to our understanding of cannabis use in ancient Eurasian cultures. In a report published in the journal Economic Botany, archaeologist Hongen Jiang and his colleagues describe the burial of an approximately 35-year-old …
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