According to a researcher from the German Archaeological Institute, Tengwen Long, has been conducting a study on the use of cannabis dating more than 10,000 years ago when Europe’s glacier had begun to retreat and the plant had become way more accessible to the tribes nearby.
Specifically located in Asia/Europe, tribes would find the cannabis plant and utilize every piece that they could find.
Ranging from the nutritious seeds that come from the plant to the hemp fibers that can be woven into simple clothes for the tribe. The best part is that cannabis pre-dates alcohol by at least 3,000 years meaning that this plant was viewed to be a part of the land no one could pass up on.
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