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Tuesday, 14 October 2014

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Buried in a large canopic jar full of cannabis

Siberia, Russia - An ancient Siberian mummy has tested positive for a cute cannabis deficiency.

MRI scans reveal it 'dislocated her joints' and blew her skull wide open high up in the Altai Mountains circa BC500.

The remains were discovered preserved in a sohpisticated Northern Siberian permafrost grave close to a geologically significant area scheduled for GazProm fracking.

Scientists examining the tomb say she was buried with a large canopic jar full of high grade cannabis indicating a probable medicinal marijuana handout - maybe the first of its kind ever recorded.

They speculate the royal-born woman may have had a congenital condition typical of early Siberians who suffered cannabis deprivation symptoms on account of horrible freezing weather and lack of proper hydroponic equipment.

A number of tattoos showing elaborately carved jewel-encrusted bongs adorn her body which tests show Was probably embalmed in distilled sphagnum moss liquor.

A partially preserved sabre-toothed mammoth was also stoned to death, scientists said.

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