Archaeologists Discover Cannabis Residues On 2,700-Year-Old Biblical Shrine
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Archaeologists Discover Cannabis Residues On 2,700-Year-Old Biblical Shrine

Ben Taub -May 29, 2020

Like many psychoactive plants, cannabis has been used as a spiritual sacrament by various cultures worldwide for thousands of years, and new research suggests that it may have facilitated communion with the gods in the biblical Kingdom of Judah. Rather than rolling up a sacred spliff or sucking on a biblical bong, however, it seems that worshippers mixed the plant with animal dung before setting it alight to release cannabinoids into the air.

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