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The History of Marijuana

Marijuana has been documented by many countries and cultures for thousands of years. Here we dive in to discover what made cannabis a big part of many peoples lives in the past and how it is utilised now and perhaps in the future.

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From way back to the native Americans to the modern-day, marijuana has been a very powerful and meaningful plant, from being used as a paper, rope or building material it is extremely versatile.

Being made illegal in Australia in 1935 firstly by the state of Victoria, the people and the government have slowly but surely rediscovered all the benefits of this beautiful plant.

Many people still to this day believe it was only outlawed because of the cotton industry with the mega mogul fearing the hemp trade would sweep away their customers and businesses, which it very well could have and should have. With it being much easier to grow and with a larger yield and much more versatile it is the obvious choice for paper, clothes and building materials it’s a shame the top 1% got the win that time but times are coming to a turnaround in later years.

By the time the 1970s came around marijuana became very popular and pretty accepted by everyone excluding the law, the likes of INXS and AC/DC helped a young and free rebellious era fuel the recreational use of marijuana with approximately 50% of intoxicated people choosing the devils lettuce over alcohol.

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According to early documents, Joseph Banks (Botanist) had a deep array of documentation regarding the cannabis plant and its benefits and uses, mostly because England had much use for the cannabis plant during many of its wars during this era.

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Two hundred and twenty-eight years later, Australia announced that marijuana will be legal for medicinal use and also for government research which was a massive step for Australians and cannabis in general.

Only a year later in 2017 Australians had another win with FSANZ ( Food Standard Australia New Zealand ) declaring that the legal consumption of low THC is allowed for humans.

It wasn’t much longer until Australia’s capital announced on 25 of September 2019 it is legal in the ACT to grow a small amount of cannabis for personal use.this being finalised on 31st January 2020. Another big Win for Australians!.

As the future for medical and recreational use of marijuana looks promising Many Australians have been living this lifestyle for decades, with places like nimbin and mullenbimbi even hosting weed parades.

 

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