Zanimljiva pitanja i odgovori o kanabisu

Interesting questions and answers about cannabis
  • Da li je Šekspir konzumirao kanabis?

A few South African scientists seem to think so. In a forensic laboratory at South Africa’s University of the Witwatersrand, 24 clay tobacco pipes dating back to the 17th century were excavated from Shakespeare’s garden near Stratford-upon-Avon, England. According to the scientists who examined the fragments, several of them contained trace amounts of cannabis, including nicotine. While these findings don’t prove that the renowned poet and playwright consumed cannabis or even that the pipes were his actual property, this fascinating discovery has led many to speculate nonetheless.

  • Kanabis i pivo su botanički rođaci?

Među mnogim drugim biljkama u prirodi, nema genetske veze bliže onoj od hmelja i kanabisa. Ove dve biljke su članovi iste botaničke porodice cvetnih biljaka zvane cannabaceae. Iako u hmelju nema kanabinoida, dodatna istraživanja pokazuju da njihove sličnosti prevazilaze način na koji izgledaju i osećaju se. 
Slično kao i kanabis, hmelj poput Humulusa ili H. lupulusa jedan je od najznačajnijih srodnika i sadrži vlaknaste stabljike pune terpena, poput mircena i beta-pinena. Ovo bi moglo objasniti zašto američke pivare nedavno dodaju cvet kanabisa u postupak pravljenja piva, što bi, možda bismo mogli dodati, pokazalo se da ove dve biljke čine prilično ukusnu kombinaciju.

  • Upotreba kanabisa u Italiji je legalna za Rastafarijanstvo?

That’s right. Rastafarians have been granted legal recourse of smoking cannabis in Italy. Followers of the Rastafari religion use cannabis during their meditation sessions. As the story goes, in 2004, a Rastafarian man was nearly sentenced to 4 months in prison plus a €4,000 fine for having 8 grams of cannabis in his possession and a further 50 grams at his home. However, his lawyer successfully argued that cannabis consumption was a sacrament to his defendants’ religion. The verdict? The high court enabled the approval for Rastas to consume the herb. 
Although current laws fail to recognize the Rastafari religion (originating in Jamaica somewhere in the 1930’s) it’s classified as not only a religious movement, but a social one as well.

  • Prva transakcija e-trgovine bila je kanabis?

Od odeće i hrane do kompleta za preživljavanje apokalipse i špijunskog softvera, danas su mogućnosti naizgled beskrajne za kupovinu na mreži. Ali, znate li prvo što je prodato na Internetu? Prema nekoliko pretraživača - kanabis. 
Rumor has it, students from the Sandford University of California bought a tiny amount of cannabis from their counterparts at MIT using their Arpanet account (an early form of the internet) in the university’s AI lab — and, this interesting transaction isn’t a secret. Apparently, in 2005 journalist John Markoff also mentioned this kief-covered e-commerce story in his book, claiming it took place in the 1970s. 

  • Islanđani su najveći ljubitelji kanabisa u svijetu?

Probably surprising, but Iceland has the largest population of cannabis consumers. Statistics in a report provided by the United Nations showed that Iceland is ahead of the United States, Jamaica, and Holland in 2014. In numbers, that’s a whopping 18.3% of the population who light up. The crazy thing is, cannabis is illegal in the cold country, but somehow is tolerated with people consuming or in possession of a small amount. You only receive a fine. It’s unclear why the plant is so popular there — perhaps the fact that alcohol was legalized 25 years ago. Whatever the case, it’s consumption can be pretty expensive considering current law.

  • Postoji seme konoplje Sudnjeg dana?

To avoid the permanent loss of all that we rely on for food and medicine, an insulated underground doomsday safe keep called the Svalbard Global Seed Vault is preserving a large variety of plant seeds located in Arctic Svalbard archipelago/
Osim hiljade drugih semenki, drži se više od 21.500 semenki kanabisa koji potiču iz najmanje 17 zemalja. Odabir lokacije bio je zasnovan na večnom zamrzavanju i nedostatku tektonske aktivnosti, što znači da će semenke biljaka ostati sigurne i hladne, čak i za vreme nestanka struje ili katastrofalnih događaja.

  • Urugvaj je prvi u potpunosti legalizovao kanabis ?

When it comes to narcotics, Uruguay has always been pretty liberal. Prior to 1974, there wasn’t a single law in place for punishing those in possession of narcotics. Which may explain why in 2013, it became the first nation in the world to completely legalize cannabis — that includes the growing, selling and consumption of the plant. And not too long after, the government announced residents we allowed to grow up to six plants at home. What’s even more? The state would solely control Cannabis dispensaries. Though, in Uruguay you can’t purchase cannabis unless you’re a citizen of the country.

  • Najstariji pronadjeni trag kanabisa u antičkoj grobnici?

Finding valuables from ancient ruins is always cool, especially when it has to with cannabis. In 2008, researchers found in the burial of a Chinese tomb what cannathusiasts might consider a treasure trove.  In it, contained a bowl of 28 ounces (789 grams) of cannabis sativa dating back somewhere around 2,700 years ago. According to researchers, the dry desert conditions preserved the green tint, but not the plant’s distinct smell. Also revealed in the plant matter were other chemical compounds including cannabidiol (CBD), cannabichromene (CBC), and cannabicyclol (CBL).

  • Majčino mleko sadrži kanabinoide?

Majčino mleko prirodno obiluje nekim istim kanabinoidima koji se nalaze u biljci kanabisa. Zbog čega je ovo izuzetno hranljiva hrana za bebe koja - pomaže u zaštiti neurona u postnatalnom razvoju mozga. Ovo je izuzetno važno za pravilan razvoj čoveka. Bez ovih osnovnih hranljivih materija, novorođena deca ne bi znala da jedu, niti bi nužno imala želju da jedu, što bi moglo rezultirati ozbiljnim neuhranjenjem. 

  • Bob Marli je sahranjen sa kanabisom?

Poput prave rege pop zvezde, Bob Marli je i bukvalno i figurativno odneo u grob. Sahranjen je u blizini njegove rodne kuće u kripti. Sahranjen je sa Gibson Les Paul gitarom, fudbalskom loptom, Biblijom (otvorena psalmima 23), prstenom sina etiopskog cara i cvetom kanabisa.

  • Aktivista je napravio prvi brauni od kanabisa?

Referred to as “Brownie Mary”, a woman named Mary Jane Rathbun was known as a pioneer in the medical cannabis movement. During the late 80’s, deadly diseases including AIDS ran rampant in San Francisco, CA leaving medical patients with an expectancy of 18 months. To swift rescue, Brownie Mary would hand out bud-infused brownies to patients. Along with lifting their spirits (no pun intended), Mary saw that baked goods helped reduce pain and nausea. This motivated her to continue. 
Kako je Marina slava rasla, kultivatori kanabisa počeli su da finansiraju svoj fond za doniranje tona kanabisa kako bi mogla nastaviti dobro delo.

  • Kanabis apsorbuje zračenje?

There are numerous uses for cannabis, so it’s no surprise to learn cannabis may be able to help with radiation-related disasters. It has been shown that cannabis eliminates toxins and radioactive material that threatens the environment. One of the most dramatic demonstrations was Chernobyl. The aftermath of this nuclear catastrophe in 1986 left radioactive waste all over Eastern Europe. To put it to the test, scientists planted cannabis at the disaster site. They found that cannabis removed the hazardous chemicals from the soil better than any other plant through phytoremediation.

  • Kanabis je poreklom iz Azije?

Smatra se da je istočna Azija domovina kanabisa. Usmene tradicije biljke datiraju iz 2737. godine pre nove ere, kada je kineski car Shen Nung zabeležio svoju prvu upotrebu ove biljke kao lekovite supstance. Prema legendi, Shen-Nung je testirao otrove i njihove anegdote na sebi, a takođe je stvorio i biljnu enciklopoediju medicine, koja je dokumentovala efikasnost kanabisa u lečenju različitih stanja, uključujući giht, malariju i reumatizam.

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