When one tugs at a single thing in nature, one finds it attached to the rest of the world. - John Muir
That saying certainly holds true for the history of Cannabis, which dates back to the third millennium BCE if you’re counting written history, but it goes even further back (12,000 years at least) if you count from all of the archaeological evidence. It has been cultivated as a source of fiber and food, and also of course a psychoactive substance, for most of history.
The earliest cultural evidence of Cannabis use comes from Neolithic China, where from 5,000 to 3,000 BC, the economy of the Yangshao people was HIGH-ly (couldn’t resist) cannabis-driven: they wore hemp clothing, wove hemp, and even produced hemp pottery.
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