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First evidence: The Canaanites used hard drugs

The remains of opium were found in pottery excavated in Judea and dated to the 14th century BC. According to the researchers, the Canaanites used the psychoactive drug for the worship of the dead.

N12 reports that a new study by the Antiquities Authority, Tel Aviv University, and the Weizmann Institute of Science has revealed the earliest evidence of the use of the hallucinogenic drug "opium" and psychoactive drugs in general in the Land of Israel.

Source - N12/Twitter - Image - Israel Antiquities Authority

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Tuin Boon 20:38 20.09.2022
No wonder it’s forbidden to the Jewish people.
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