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In several medical indications, cannabis was displaced by the discovery of other sedative and analgesic drugs such as aspirin. Throughout the 20 th century, a series of obstacles restricted the use of cannabis, particularly in the United States. These successive measures were the Marihuana Tax Act in 1937; the removal of cannabis from the American pharmacopeia a few years later; and the 1961 United Nations Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs that placed cannabis under the strictest control regime (Schedule IV) along with heroin. The Golden Age of cannabis came to a definite end in 1970 when it was declared a Schedule 1 drug in the USA, and research into the effects of cannabis was practically made impossible. Psychiatrists had additional reasons to be wary of cannabis when a 15-year follow-up in a cohort of 45 570 Swedish conscripts established that cannabis is an independent risk factor for schizophrenia. 24 However, an alternative explanation of the association between cannabis use and schizophrenia might be that pathology of the cannabinoid system in schizophrenia patients is associated with both increased rates of cannabis use and increased risk for schizophrenia, without cannabis being a causal factor for schizophrenia. 25
Reflecting the long association of cannabis and humans, some myths in India have cannabis emerge, as a divine ingredient, in the earliest stages of cosmogony, known as the churning of the ocean. 6 The god Shiva supposedly favored cannabis, which had a religious role as an agent for mystic inspiration. Under names such as Vijaya , cannabis has been used for thousands of years in ayurvedic medicine to reduce pain, nausea, and anxiety, improve appetite and sleep, relax muscles, and produce a feeling of euphoria.
The debate about the relaxation of cannabis prohibition, or even its legalization, had resurfaced in the 1960s. It was carried in Western societies by a generation that came of age after the deprivations of WWII. It culminated with the hippie philosophy on a background of opposition to the Vietnam War. The tremendous advances in the scientific exploration of the ECS place this continuing debate in a new context. In this issue of DCNS , Hall and Marcu discuss the problems associated with legalizing cannabis or allowing its recreational or medicinal use. These decisions should be in accord with scientific evidence. The conclusion of the 2017 report from the US National Academy of Medicine on “The Health Effects of Cannabis and Cannabinoids—The Current State of Evidence and Recommendations for Research” confirmed the limitation of scientific knowledge. 35 The National Academy of Medicine report stated that conclusive or substantial evidence that cannabis or cannabinoids are effective is limited to only three domains. The recognized therapeutic uses were as follows: (i) alleviation of chronic pain in adults (cannabis); (ii) as antiemetics in the treatment of chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting (oral cannabinoids); and (iii) the improvement in patient-reported multiple sclerosis spasticity symptoms (oral cannabinoids). At a time of cannabis liberalization, essential unsolved questions persist. For instance, we know little about the psychotomimetic effect of THC, even in persons without a history of mental disorders. Also, contrary to earlier expectations, the protective effect of CBD in association with THC is not proven. 36
A classical but ambiguous mention is found in Homer’s Odyssey (Book IV), 9,10 around the late 7 th or early 8 th century bc. Zeus’ daughter, Helen, served wine mixed with a drug called nēpenthés (νηπενθές) that quiets all pain and strife and brings forgetfulness of every ill. Helen served this mixture to Greek soldiers who had painful reminiscences of their comrades slain during the Trojan war, triggered by Telemachus’ visit—a case of posttraumatic stress disorder. “Nē–Penthés” literally means “No–Grief.” Homer’s text tells us that this medication comes from Egypt; it might have been cannabis or opium.
The first Golden Age of medical cannabis
Herodotus (c. 484-c. 425 bc) describes how Scythians, after a King’s burial, prepare small chambers that are hermetically closed with woolen blankets laid on three posts sloping toward each other. 11 The participants crawl under the blankets and throw hemp seeds (κάνναβις) on red hot stones and are “delighted” (ἀγάμενοι) by the fragrant smoke. Herodotus remarks that hemp either grows spontaneously or is sown and cultivated by the Scythians.
Goethe’s West-östlicher Divan (1814-1819), a collection of poems inspired by the Persian poet Hafez, initiated an age of fruitful exchange between Orient and Occident, between Christian and Muslim cultures. Europe rediscovered the medicinal and psychoactive properties of cannabis through the translation of Arabic books and manuscripts by scholars like Sylvestre de Sacy, followed by the scientific observations of physicians in the age of European colonial adventures, such as O’Shaughnessy in India and Jacques-Joseph Moreau de Tours in the Middle East. 15,16
Este artículo describe la historia de la cannabis desde los primeros contactos de los humanos con la planta hasta su posterior expansión mundial, sus usos medicinales y el descubrimiento del sistema de endocannabinoides en el siglo XX. Hay testimonios de la cannabis desde hace unos 12,000 años, cerca de las montañas de Altai en Asia Central, y desde entonces las semillas de cannabis acompañaron la migración de los pueblos nómades. Los registros del uso medicinal de la cannabis aparecen antes de nuestra era en China, Egipto y Grecia (Herodoto), y más tarde en el imperio romano (Plinio el Viejo, Dioscórides, Galeno). En el siglo XIX, los orientalistas como Silvestre de Sacy y los médicos occidentales que entraron en contacto con las culturas musulmana e india, como O’Shaughnessy y Moreau de Tours, introdujeron el uso medicinal de la cannabis en Europa. La estructura del principal fitocannabinoide psicoactivo, el THC, fue identificada por Mechoulam y Gaoni en Israel en 1964. Este descubrimiento abrió la puerta para muchos de los desarrollos posteriores en el campo de la investigación del sistema de endocannabinoides (SEC). Los avances en el conocimiento científico del SEC colocan el debate acerca de la liberalización de la cannabis en un nuevo contexto.
Jacques-Joseph Moreau de Tours, a disciple of Esquirol, traveled through the Middle East between 1836 and 1840, accompanying one of his mentor’s patients. Moreau quoted the report of Louis Aubert-Roche on the use of hashish to treat the plague in Egypt. 19 He experimented with cannabis upon himself, using a preparation called dawamesk , 20 made of cannabis leaves and flowers, boiled in a liquid mixed with butter, and subsequently flavored with rose, jasmine, or honey to produce an electuary very similar to O’Shaughnessy’s majoon. He also shared dawamesk within a circle of Parisian poets and novelists, including Théophile Gautier.
Near the Flaming Mountains, a popular tourist spot in the Xinjiang-Uighur autonomous region of China, a middle-aged European-looking man was found with a large cache of cannabis. Further analysis revealed that the man carried almost 800 g of cultivated cannabis with a high Δ 9 -tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content. Contrary to a first impression, this is not a sensational news item about an adventurous tourist facing a prison sentence far away from home, but a scholarly archeological report about the excavation of the grave of a 45-year old male of high social status, probably a shaman, buried around 750 bc. 1 The tomb was associated with the Tocharian culture, a nomadic population speaking a now extinct Indo-European language, depicted as blue-eyed and fair-haired in ancient Chinese records. The botanical and phytochemical analyses indicated that the cannabis was not merely gathered from wild plants, but instead cultivated from strains of cannabis selected by humans based on their potent THC content. Male cannabis plant parts had been removed, as these are pharmacologically less psychoactive. Russo et al concluded that the cannabis was cultivated for its psychoactive properties, rather than only as fiber for clothing or as food. This story illustrates the long-standing link between human beings and cannabis as a psychotropic drug.
The catch is that they can only do so with legally obtained seeds, and not only is the selection of such seeds restricted to one or two strains but they are expensive — if you can find them. There’s a shortage.
There are restrictions, though. People are not allowed to grow outdoors on any property bordering a school, playground or other public place frequented by minors. Plants can’t be visible from public places.
Except while it might be permissible to plunk a few plants among the tomatoes in the garden this spring, officialdom isn’t making it easy.