It was recorded in the Shu King, an ancient Chinese book, that Chinese soil was filled with hemp, with some cases of hemp being woven into clothing. Beyond food and fashion, hemp even served
as a tool for warfare in China, woven into bowstring in for soldiers bows. These first 4,000 years of proven hemp use were limited almost exclusively to China and parts of the Middle East, before the plant eventually found its way to India.
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