21 Interesting quirky facts you probably didn’t know about Marijuana
 Cannabis is the fastest growing industry.
 Only about 9% of marijuana users become clinically dependent, according to a study.
 Study after study has found that marijuana is less harmful than alcohol and tobacco.
 Legalizing marijuana in all U.S states would generate $10+ billion in tax revenue.
 Marijuana has been legal for personal use in Alaska since 1975, and it’s still legal today.
 A Marijuana-derived compound forces cancer cells to freeze and prevents them from spreading.
 44 percent of adults in the U.S who tried marijuana, still use it today.
 Uruguay became, in 2013, the first country in the world to make it legal to grow, sell and consume marijuana.
 In Colorado, medical marijuana dispensaries outnumber Starbucks locations 3 to 1.
 789 grams of 2,700-year-old marijuana were found in a Chinese tomb in 2008.
 The first thing ever bought and sold across the Internet was a bag of marijuana around 1971.
 Bob Marley was buried with his red Gibson guitar, a Bible open to Psalms 23 and a bud of marijuana.
 A smoker would theoretically have to consume nearly 1,500 pounds of marijuana within about 15 minutes to die of an overdose.
 The Hollywood sign was changed by a prankster in 1976 to read “Hollyweed”, after the passage of a state law decriminalizing marijuana.
 There are now more U.S. states that have legalized cannabis than states that completely ban it.
 The woman who made cannabis brownies famous by baking and distributing them to AIDS patients was actually called Mary Jane.
 In 2015, several of William Shakespeare’s pipe fragments tested positive for cannabis residue.
 Both Thomas Jefferson and George Washington grew hemp on their plantations. The British crown even ordered the colonists to grow the plant.
 After Tupac Shakur’s murder, members of his music group mixed Tupac’s ashes with marijuana and smoked the concoction.
 Betsy Ross’s first flag of the U.S. was made of hemp.
 Every hemp plant could save 12 trees.