Cannabis is truly a healing medicine, and a gift from mother nature. It’s unbelievable how harmful and disease causing substances like alcohol and tobacco were made legal, while cannabis, in many parts of the world and in the United States, remains illegal and is still extremely demonized. Thankfully, things are changing, and the world seems to be waking up at a rapid rate when it comes to medical cannabis awareness. This is in large part thanks to all of the science that’s emerged showing that cannabis can be used as an effective treatment for a variety of ailments, from arthritis to cancer, and much much more.

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There are interesting historical facts about cannabis use that date back thousands of years, there’s even some interesting information about Jesus we recently came a cross that we thought we would share with you.

According to a piece published in The Guardian:

Jesus w as almost certainly a cannabis user and an early proponent of the medicinal properties of the drug, according to a study of scriptural texts published this month. The study suggests that Jesus and his disciples used the drug to carry out miraculous healings.

The anointing oil used by Jesus and his disciples contained an ingredient called kaneh-bosem which has since been identified as cannabis extract, according to an article by Chris Bennett in the drugs magazine, High Times, entitled Was Jesus a Stoner? The incense used by Jesus in ceremonies also contained a cannabis extract, suggests Mr Bennett, who quotes scholars to back his claims.

“There can be little doubt about a role for cannabis in Judaic religion,” Carl Ruck, professor of classical mythology at Boston University said.

Referring to the existence of cannabis in anointing oils used in ceremonies, he added: “Obviously the easy availability and long-established tradition of cannabis in early Judaism _ would inevitably have included it in the [Christian] mixtures.”

Mr Bennett suggests those anointed with the oils used by Jesus were “literally drenched in this potent mixture _ Although most modern people choose to smoke or eat pot, when its active ingredients are transferred into an oil-based carrier, it can also be absorbed through the skin”.

Quoting the New Testament, Mr Bennett argues that Jesus anointed his disciples with the oil and encouraged them to do the same with other followers. This could have been responsible for healing eye and skin diseases referred to in the Gospels.

“If cannabis was one of the main ingredients of the ancient anointing oil _ and receiving this oil is what made Jesus the Christ and his followers Christians, then persecuting those who use cannabis could be considered anti-Christ,” Mr Bennett concludes.