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Well-Preserved, 2,500-Year-Old Marijuana Found at Chinese Tomb

This is considerably more fresh than what was found. (Photo: Arne Hückelheim/CC BY-SA 3.0) Archaeologists in northwest China have discovered a shroud made of cannabis plants in an ancient grave, adding further evidence to the notion that even thousands of years ago, people liked to stay up. As National Geographic is reporting, a recently unearthed burial site, dating back around 2,500 years, was found to hold a cache of (assumingly legally obtained) cannabis plants.
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