Secret to longevity has been a well coveted by mankind for millennia. Science, magic, and some other disciplines have devoted substantial energies to the pursuit of this Chalice, but until now has been found, or at least revealed the prized secret.
Fulla Nayak recently died at 125 years in his native Kanapur, Orissa. According to some, she was the oldest woman in the world, which is why one of her grandsons asked, a couple of weeks, a certificate from the Guinness Book of Records. And before he died, when asked about his secret for 25 years having passed the century of existence, she agreed to reveal: to smoke marijuana regularly.
Fulla Nayak, who lived with his youngest daughter, 92, was famous among the other inhabitants of the town, for the love he professed, almost daily, the ganja, as well as his taste for palm juice and tea hot.
Maybe Nayak could give a lesson to Paul McCartney, who recently announced that it will smoke their last joint to 69 years to protect his daughter, in a somewhat incongruous reasoning.