Historic Hemp Culture

Cannabis was (and is) a sacred plant for many people and has historically been used in religious ceremonies in many cultures.
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Magu, literally meaning ‘hemp maiden’, is the Taoist goddess of hemp and a guardian of women. Art, Vintage, People, Museums, Discover, Culture, Museum, Bond, Hemp
Hemp maiden
Magu, literally meaning ‘hemp maiden’, is the Taoist goddess of hemp and a guardian of women.
See this complete set of Samurai armour in our Barcelona museum. Samurai, Ancient Art, Japanese Warrior, Japanese, Japanese Traditional, Samurai Armor, Ancient, Samurai Helmet
Samurai Weaponry
See this complete set of Samurai armour in our Barcelona museum.
A Japanese samurai doll dating from the start of the nineteenth century, clothed in an outfit made from – you guessed it – hemp. Dolls, Fictional Characters, Batman, Superhero, Sacred
Samurai Doll
A Japanese samurai doll dating from the start of the nineteenth century, clothed in an outfit made from – you guessed it – hemp.
Since the eighteenth century, Russia was the largest hemp producer in the world. Cards, Cannabis, Vintage World Maps, Map, Old Things, Collection
Hemp in Russia
Since the eighteenth century, Russia was the largest hemp producer in the world.
The 1942 film ‘Hemp for Victory’ is rare pro-hemp propaganda from the US Government, and constantly plays in our museums. Films, Sacred Plant, Canvas, East Indies, Industrial Hemp, Cbd
Hemp for Victory
The 1942 film ‘Hemp for Victory’ is rare pro-hemp propaganda from the US Government, and constantly plays in our museums.
This postcard is an engaging testimony to the long history of hemp in France. History, Religious Ceremony
Hemp in France
This postcard is an engaging testimony to the long history of hemp in France.