Everyone knows THC gets you high, but do you know some of the more obscure facts about cannabis and its culture? Sit back, light up, and read on.
Everyone knows THC gets you high, but do you know some of the more obscure facts about cannabis and its culture? Sit back, light up, and read on. You might just learn something.
In 1971, students at Stanford used Arpanet accounts at the university’s Artificial Intelligence Laboratory to engage in the world’s first e-commerce transaction.
In the ’30s, Harry Anslinger, the head of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics called it “marihuana” in an effort to associate it with Mexican immigrants and stoke white America’s racist fears.
After Tupac died, his friends mixed his ashes with weed and smoked them
In 2015, several of William Shakespeare’s pipe fragments tested positive for cannabis residue.
It can take 90 minutes to two hours for ingested weed to get you high, versus just 10 minutes for inhaled weed
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18.3% of the population reportedly uses cannabis. Meanwhile, Portugal doesn’t even crack the top 30, while the Netherlands and Jamaica come in 20th and 22nd place.
Herb. Mary Jane. Pot. Reefer. Trees. Weed. Kush. Bud. Chiba. Dank. Dope. Ganja. Grass. Chronic. Nug. Broccoli.
The Jamestown colony in 1619 passed legislation which meant settlers were forced to grow cannabis. Hemp was a mainstream cash crop that was used to make rope, fabric and ship sails. It was literally against the law not to grow it.
You can thank the terpene Humulene.