The Grateful Dead?
Cannabis plants over two millennia old have been discovered in Chinese tombs
Joanna Cummings |
Dead men don’t wear plaid... But they can be shrouded in the leaves of cannabis plants. The recent discovery of a corpse decorated with archeobotanical remains – with some identified as cannabis – has provided archaeologists with an insight into ancient burial rituals in prehistoric Central Eurasia.
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