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The Ellora Caves are a breath-taking UNESCO world heritage site in India. That's not all, these amazing caves, sculptures, and paintings have a cool cannabis backstory.
The builders utilized a calculated mix of hemp, clay, and lime plaster. This mixture prevented the Ellora Caves from degrading over the 1,500 years they've been in existence. Wow, the list of cannabis benefits continues...
In the nearby caves of Ajanta where hemp was not used, the large rock-cut Buddist statues and paintings saw a 25% increase in damage.
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