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Kad sākas kaņepju lietošana?

Hemp is known and used by civilizations all over the world for thousands of purposes. Written language came of age on hemp paper. The first women clothes were made of hemp fibre, and modern medicine evolved from extractions of hemp flowers. As far back as 12 000 p.m.e., people in Mongolia and Siberia were cultivating cannabis plants. When they discovered they could make paper out of the fibrous stalks. It was around 6000-5000 B.C.E., they began recording their uses of the plant among other things.  Hemp has been with humanity literally since the beginning of history. And these are some of the clever uses that have been applied in the field of medicine and healing over the millennia.

Kaņepe Āzijā

Ķīnieši bija pirmie, kas audzēja un izmantoja kaņepes.  They used all parts of the plant for many things, but medicine was the apparent emphasis.  Their records indicated that the ground roots were used to heal blood clots and infections. Also, the rest of the plant could prevent stomach aches and even hair loss (modern science has proved both of these). Cannabis was one of the fundamental herbs of ancient Chinese medicine. With most of the surviving medical texts dedicated to preparations and remedies involving cannabis plants. Even the modern Chinese word for “anaesthesia” literally translates to “cannabis intoxication”.

In addition to physical medicine, cannabis was also a spiritual and religious cure for ailments of the mind.  It is rich in religious contexts, and there is even a revered goddess whose name is Magu. Magu was shared by several East Asian cultures and religions.  She is the goddess of youth and health, and the story goes that she used cannabis to save people from demons of the mind and body.

Indija vispirms tiek ieskaitīta, veidojot tinktūru, ko sauc par Bhangu. To lietoja dažādiem apstākļiem un traucējumiem, no kuņģa-zarnu trakta problēmām līdz galvassāpēm un pat „garīgam asumam”.

Kaņepe Austrumos

In Egypt, the pharaoh Ramses II, who commissioned the pyramids of Giza. He was known to promote the use of cannabis as medicine in his empire. When he died he was buried in hemp seed oil. Egyptians developed the first known topical application of cannabis extract, for the relief of inflammation and pain related to childbirth.

Arabic medicine is known to use cannabis for a plethora of ailments for over 1000 years, from 800-1800 C.E. They were the first culture to use cannabis medicine to treat what is now known as epilepsy or seizures.  The middle east climate is very suitable for the cultivation of cannabis, hemp-based medicine.

Kaņepe Eiropā un Rietumos

Senajā Grieķijā kaņepju sēklas un žāvētas lapas tika vārītas verdošā ūdenī vai vīnā un pēc tam izspiestas, un iegūtais dzēriens tika patērēts, lai atvieglotu iekaisumu, aizcietējumu un vispārēju sāpju mazināšanu / analgēziju, līdzīgi kā daži mūsdienu kaņepju preparāti. Arī grieķiem bija zināms, ka viņi karsēsies tvaika pirtīs, kur arī dedzināja kaņepes; tādas pirtis tika izmantotas karavīriem pēc kaujas, vai tiem, kas tuvojās nāvei, lai mazinātu smagu stresu un ciešanas.

Nīderlandē kaņepju pēdas bija atrodamas kapos, kas celti 3. gadsimtā p.m.e. it īpaši kapos, kur atradās citi zināmi ārstniecības augi, kas liecina par to, ka tas bija viņu kultūrai zināms tiesiskās aizsardzības līdzeklis ar medicīnisku vērtību.

Sākot ar pirmo Ziemeļamerikas kolonizāciju līdz 20. gadsimta vidum, kad birokrāti un kroniskie kapitālisti sagrāva visu apdzīvoto vietu, kaņepes bija būtiska visu rūpniecības nozaru sastāvdaļa Amerikā. Katrs ASV prezidents ar Abraham Lincoln starpniecību, un vairāki pēc tam bija zināmi, ka audzē kaņepes savā saimniecībā. 1906. gadā ASV tirgū bija vairāk nekā 2000 dažādu veidu kaņepju medikamentu, un tas bija pamatā gandrīz visām zālēm Eiropā. Kaņepju terapeitiskā vērtība, gan profilaktiskā, gan reaktīvā, tiek atklāta pēc neliela klusuma gadsimta pirms 12 tūkstošiem dziļas patiesības.

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