The Cannabis plant has been used for recreational, healing and spiritual reasons for thousands of years, all over the world. One of the first documented recommendations for the medical use of cannabis was done by emperor Shen Nung almost 5000 years ago. According to legend, Shen Nung is the father of Chinese medicine and pharmacology. He sought out and investigated hundreds of herbs documenting many of them in his treatise On Herbal Medical Experiment Poisons ( tasting 365 herbs and dying from a toxic overdose in the end.. ) and is still worshiped by native Chinese medicine men.  He is thought to have introduced acupuncture to China and promoted a plant based diet for good health.

He is often referred to as the Yan Emporer and the literal meaning of his name translates to “the divine farmer”.

We have named one of our strains in hounor of him, CBD Divine, a regular indica 1:1 CBD/THC strain.



Princess MaGu, the immortal Hemp Maiden, the Goddess of Cannabis. She served cannabis for healing and longlivety and got rewarded by becoming a Taoist Xian. ( spiritually immortal; transcendent; super-human; celestial being )


Cannabis have been found in several ancient graves all over the world and it has been assumed that the findings were for medicinal use.

Chinese medicine man

He was found in a 2,700-year-old grave in the Gobi Desert with nearly two pounds of still-green plant material. It has been recognized as the world’s oldest cannabis.

Cannabis found in prehistoric tomb in Pakistan.

The various caves composing the settlement would have been inhabited for more than 2500 years during neolithic period.

The Oseberg find from Viking times in Norway .

Two women were buried in a mound in the county of Vestfold, Norway, around the year 850 in a splendid ship. They had both cannabis seeds and a pice of hashis with them.

Dr. W. B. O’Shaughnessy did studies on Indian Hemp in the late 1800’s

Many medical marijuana patients may know that Dr. William Brooke O’Shaughnessy (1809-1889) introduced cannabis to modern Western medicine, ( even thou it had already found it’s way before ) but know little else of this Irishman’s extraordinary life.

There are many cannabis findings all around the world, and probably many that we will never know about. If you are interested, there is lots of information on the web, a quick search away!
Cannabis was a widespread medicine commonly used up until the early 1900’s in most parts of the world. Then the war on drugs started, and soon cannabis was illegal across all nations. Cannabis soon became marijuana, the drug that made you crazy. And this propaganda sadly sill lives on in many places around the world. Resulting in laws that are doing great damage to the development of cannabis as a medicine and not to mention the people that utilize it.
Several hundreds of studies on cannabis has so far been done already and it will be very interesting to see all research is being conducted now after some dark ages of prohibition. Exiting times ahead! Read More:
We will try to keep as many scientific studies of cannabis THC/CBD as possible available on this page. If you come across any that are still not listed here, please send them to us so we can add them. The more research we can offer, the more knowledge we can spread. We also thank ProjectCBD for gathering so many studies at one place and all the researches, lab technicians and scientists that are working trough the stigma to provide us with very valuable information. Cannabis Research!

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