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Prehistoric marijuana found in ancient burial site

We've heard that in ancient times, people were buried with their possessions -- but this one is especially fascinating. In an ancient burial in northwest China, archeologists have found the remains of a man and his stash of cannabis. The man, said to have been 35 years old with Caucasian features, was laid out on a wooden bed. The burial, which was in China's Turpan Basin, also had thirteen cannabis plants.
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