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    Some Points On History Of Cannabis In Parts Of Asia - India

    The endocannabinoid system developed in mammals 600 million years ago. A reward response neurotransmission engine that controls the energy cycles in the body by impacting nervous , musculoskeletal as well as digestive system. In Siberia charred seeds have been found inside burial mounds dating...
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    Cannabis - भांग - use in Sikhism

    Bhang (Punjabi: ਭਾਂਗ s ), a beverage prepared from the leaves and flowers (buds) of the female cannabis plant, has a long history of use in the Indian subcontinent. With the buds of the plant maturing in the spring, the preparation of bhang has traditionally been associated with the harvest...
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    Marijuana and bodyweight

    Marijuana is a clinically controversial substance, but one potential medical benefit may be weight gain. According to available studies, appetite stimulation as well as weight gain may occur in patients with physical debilitation due to HIV/AIDS and/or cancer. However, while weight gain may...
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    Smoking Marijuana vs Smoking Tobacco

    Marijuana Smoke vs. Tobacco Smoke Writing in the Harm Reduction Journal in2005, noted cannabis researcher Robert Melamede explainedthat although tobacco smoke and marijuana smoke have some similar chemical properties, the two substances possess different pharmacological activities and are not...
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    Cannabis in Hindu vedas

    The five plants are more clearly mentioned in Book 11, Hymn 8 (or 6), Verse 15: पञ्च राज्यानि वीरुधां सोमश्रेष्ठानि ब्रूमः। दर्भो भङ्गो यवः सह ते नो मुञ्चन्त्व् अंहसः॥ "To the five kingdoms of the plants which Soma rules as Lord we speak. Darbha, hemp, barley, mighty power: may these deliver...
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    Hinduism and cannabis

    *Hinduism* Cannabis During the Indian and Nepalese festival of Holi, people consume bhang which contains cannabis flowers.According to one description, when the amrita (elixir of life) was produced from the churning of the ocean by the devas and the asuras, Shiva created cannabis from his own...
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    Cannabis and religions

    ●4 Religions That Harness The Power Of The Holy Herb The use of the holy herb can certainly lead to an experience that profoundly changes one's outlook on life and the world around them. When an experience helps one gain insight into the soul and feel inner peace, it is no wonder that it would...
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