In Hinduism, wise drinking of bhang (which contains cannabis), according to religious rites, is believed to cleanse sins, unite one with Shiva and avoid the miseries of hell in the future life. In contrast, foolish drinking of bhang without rites is considered a sin.
Some modern Islamic leaders state that medical cannabis, but not recreational, is permissible in Islam.
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Supporters of this view generally cite biblical passages enjoining respect for one's body as well as forbidding intoxication.
According to one description, when the amrita (elixir of life) was produced from the churning of the ocean by the devas and the asuras, Shiva created cannabis from his own body to purify the elixir (whence, for cannabis, the epithet angaja or "body-born").
Lady Wei Huacun 魏華存 (252-334) and Xu Mi 許謐 (303-376) founded the Taoist Shangqing School.
The Shangqing scriptures were supposedly dictated to Yang Xi 楊羲 (330-c.
They see the use of cannabis as bringing them closer to God (Jah), allowing the user to penetrate the truth of things more clearly.