Wednesday, September 28, 2016

2700 year old bag of weed found in China. Shockingly, it's still ready to smoke, or bake into brownies. Did they find any brownies in the tomb, and if so, did they eat them?

Researchers found all 789 grams of dried cannabis buried beside, what they believe, to be a shaman of the Gushi culture. It was found in Turpan in northwest China.
Dry conditions and the alkaline soil preserved the stash, which enabled scientists to study it. Sure, it was the dry, alkaline soil.  Yeah.
Well, hey, the reason that weed is so fresh is the wise Chinese stored it away in a zip lock baggie!  Now, those scientists just have to separate a little, when no one is watching, and smoke it.  While watching a Cheech and Chong movie.  While devouring munchies.


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    1. You'd have to. No way one can or even should resist. It would be science.

  2. probably drop out of the pocket of one of the diggers, there are all hippies aren't they?

  3. They had baggies 2700 years-ago?

    1. I guess so. There's one right there in the photo. Who knew?