Originally published 07/11/2016
Around 10,000 years ago prehistoric humans began using cannabis, a new research study has found, and not just in one small corner of the globe.
Originally published 06/03/2015
A startling archaeological find in southern Russia has revealed proof that the ancient Scythians, a nomadic race that ruled the region some 2,400 years in the past, smoked a concoction of cannabis and opium regularly enough to craft ornate devices to do so.
Originally published 12/07/2014
Until the US occupied Japan, marijuana was legal and part of Japanese tradition.
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