Massachusetts Premier Cannabis
Our extensive strain list:
1.Alien Butter 2.Big Block 3.Blue and Cream 4.Casper OG 5.Crystal Cookies
6.Donny Burger 7.Dosi Do 8.Double D 9.Double Take 10.ECSC Freak 11.Frosted Cookies 12.Future Wife
13.Gelato 33 14.Glukie Breath 15.GMO 16.Haze Freak 17.Iced Gushers 18.Johnny Utah 19.Kiwi Candy
20.Lemon Heads 21.Lemon Tree 22.MAC 1 23.Meat Breath 24.Meat Madness 25.Mystery Meat 26.Neville's Haze
27.NL5 Haze X SSDH Mix 28.OG Chem 29.Pink Sands 30.Platinum Candy 31.Platinum Scout 32.Platinum Valley
33.Point Break 34.Punch Breath 35.Purple Roc Berry 36.Purple Scoops 37.Purple Starbust 38.Rainy Lady
39.Rocket Fuel 40.Skunk #1 41.Stankassaurus 42.Sundae Driver 43.Super Lemon Haze 44.Ted Bundy
44.Tony Clifton 45.Triple Crown 46.Wedding Cake 47.White Widow.
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Our cannagars are the first to enter the Massachusetts market. Each cannagr is handmade with a palm leaf wrap, corn husk filter, and a 24k gold inlay on the tip. Our cannagars are packed with premium hand ground cannabis, no trim or shake. Each cannagar is packed with a hollow center to provide precise airflow, an even burn, and natural flavor.
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A Transcontinental Connection
Historical records indicate that cannabis first appeared around 10,000-11,000 years ago in parts of Europe and Asia. 5,000 years later, a sharp rise in marijuana use appeared.
The Yamna or Yamnaya people were a tribe originating in Central Asia. They are one of three tribes credited with the foundation of European civilization. During the Bronze Age, they dispersed eastward to Asia. This was around the same time cannabis was first distributed.
A transcontinental connection formed between Europe and Asia where Eurasians transported goods across the Mongolian Steppe, a trade route that would eventually become the Silk Road.
Several cultures show evidence of cannabis use during the Bronze Age, the earliest being the Yamna. Some scholars credit the Yamna with the domestication and smoking of marijuana; which paved the way for individual use.
The independent use of Asian and European cannabis allowed the plant to become a cash crop and may have been the driving force behind the transcontinental connection.
The Yamna brand embodies this ancient culture of education and sale of cannabis.
Anthony, David W. The Horse, the Wheel and Language: How Bronze-Age Riders from the Eurasian Steppes Shaped the Modern World. Princeton University Press, 2010.
McPartland, John M, and William Hegman. “(PDF) Cannabis Utilization and Diffusion Patterns in Prehistoric Europe: a Critical Analysis of Archaeological Evidence.” ResearchGate, Springer-Verlag GmbH Germany, 10 Nov. 2017, www.researchgate.net/publication/320990529_Cannabis_utilization_and_diffusion_patterns_in_prehistoric_Europe_a_critical_analysis_of_archaeological_evidence.
Barras, Colin. “Founders of Western Civilisation Were Prehistoric Dope Dealers.” New Scientist, 7 July 2016, www.newscientist.com/article/2096440-founders-of-western-civilisation-were-prehistoric-dope-dealers/.