An oldie but goodie

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Hitz

The first studies on the medical use of cannabis date back to the Chinese Emperor Shen Nung (about 2,700 B.C.).2 As evidence of the important role of the plant in ancient Chinese culture, archeological excavations in the Xinjiang-Uighur Autonomous Region of China have recently unearthed a 2,700-year-old grave of a shaman which contained a large cache of cannabis, perfectly preserved by climatic and burial conditions, presumably employed as a medicinal or psychoactive agent, or as an aid to divination.3 Early written records of medical applications can be traced to Sumerian and Akkadian tablets, around 1,800 B.C., which mention the use of a medicinal plant, most likely cannabis, to treat a variety of ailments, including nocturnal convulsions.2,4 In less ancient times, there are records in the Arabic and Islamic literature which mention explicitly cannabis as a treatment for seizures and epilepsy.4

I had one this week and it was scsry as hell and misdiagnosed

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UPDATES HAVE BEEN MADE A first first draft; the start of a long

UPDATES HAVE BEEN MADE A first first draft; the start of a long

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42 U.S. Code § 264 – Regulations to control communicable diseases | U.S. Code | US Law | LII / Legal Information Institute

42 U.S. Code § 264 – Regulations to control communicable diseases | U.S. Code | US Law | LII / Legal Information Institute
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