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  • Gozzin
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    However, there are reasons to believe that its mind-bending properties were a factor. Some researchers have suggested that burned cannabis seeds found at archaeological sites hint that the Yamnaya carried the idea of smoking cannabis with them as they spread across Eurasia.

    The seeds don't contain THC,so my thought is they were toasting them for snacks.

    • RoamingGnome
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      Another explanation may be that they hadn't figured out the concept of culling the males in order to grow seedless weed. That would mean their buds would have been heavily seeded. If they smoked the seeded bud, the burned seed husks would be all that was left for the most part.

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