Shennong 神農大帝

Who came first, the Chinese or the herbs? Constant readers of our daily service already know. China plays an important role in the history of hemp. Sure is, ancient Chinese Emperor Shennong (around 2800BC) is the first one to document the use of cannabis as medicine in his so-called Shennong Bencaojing (also The Classic of Herbal Medicine), the earliest extant Chinese pharmacopoeia. The “Divine Farmer” is said to be the father of Chinese agriculture as well as traditional Chinese medicine. He is also believed to be the inventor of acupuncture. This shall also be considered as a recommendation to read this article: tissuemagazine.com/series/they-call-it-cannabusiness/

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