Hashish has been created throughout the millennia

I love learning about world history, especially going back thousands of years. When I finished college, I started listening to lectures on Youtube because I wasn’t able to attend graduate school like I wanted to. One of the courses I found through online lectures dealt with Ancient Egypt and I became hooked on the subject immediately. I loved reading about their polytheistic religion and how it was woven into the fabric of their society. On the one hand, there were strange outliers in their history like the one pharoah who became potentially the world’s first monotheistic ruler, and in a few short decades converted the Egyptian government to following his own idiosyncratic belief system while offering food up to his Sun God by leaving it to rot out in open air. It’s sad because a lot of people starved while that food rotted in the intense Egyptian sun. However, by and large most Egyptian rulers followed the same belief system. I remember reading how Ramses mummy was analyzed and researchers found cannabis in his system. Apparently cannabis has been made into hashish for thousands of years, going as far back as the times of Ramses the Great. I still enjoy consuming hash to this day, although now you can vaporize hash rosin which is heat pressed through a micron filter bag, leaving you a much cleaner extract to consume. Regardless, it’s hard to beat hashish in my mind. It’s a potent and concentrated form of cannabis compared to cannabis flower products. If I could, I would only purchase hash rosin for the rest of my life. I wish it was more affordable, but what can you do?

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