The origins of 4/20, marijuana’s high holiday, explained

The origins of 4/20, marijuana's high holiday, explained
4/20 explained: Why this is marijuana's big day
For anyone looking for an evening of laughter, head on over to the Underground Café and Social Club for the 420 Comedy Fest. This event spans over four days, from Apr. 20 to Apr. 23, and will feature Toronto comedians. Show times vary each evening.

We are currently in the midst of what can only be termed a social revolution. Cannabis, previously demonized with mountains of absurd propaganda, is being legalized. Medicinal use of cannabis is now widely embraced across the Western world. If there …

According to High Times Magazine, at 4:20 p.m. today pot smokers will celebrate this unofficial holiday. But do you know the origin of this HIGH-liday? According to High Times Magazine, it was started by a group of kids at San Rafael High School in 1971. . The unofficial celebration is dedicated to marijuana… with many campaigners pushing for the drug to be made legal. By Sophie Roberts. 20th April 2017, 9:00 am. Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) · Click …

How April 20 became a pot day

On this, our unofficial national holiday for weed, a St. Patrick's Day for stoners, if you will, I once again bring you the correct history of the term "420" and how April 20th then became the day that thousands of people descend on Hippie Hill in San …

420 Day: 5 Blacks in the Marijuana Biz You Should Know

Where Does the Term '4/20' Come From?
Where Does the Term '4/20' Come From?

Like many of the great origin stories, the tale behind the digits "4/20" marks the beginning of the hero's journey. 4/20 is not a cop code, or Bob Marley's birthday (nor does it have anything to do with Hitler's birthday, wherever that came from). It's … . With many states currently selling medical marijuana in store fronts, it might seem like we are ushering in a new era for cannabis as medication—but in fact, history is actually repeating itself. Share this: facebook; twitter; google+. Print; Cite …

Whether or not you're a marijuana enthusiast, you're probably aware that today is an unofficial holiday for those who are. April 20—4/20—is a day when pot smokers around the world come together to, well, smoke pot. Others use the day to push for

Where Does the Term '4/20' Come From?

What was once code for some Northern California high school stoners is now global shorthand for celebrating marijuana's growing acceptance. Here's How April 20 Became the 420 of Global Cannabis Significance. Image credit: Irene Rodriguez | EyeEm

Read This: The war over who created 4/20 spans 5 decades

Every April 20th weed smokers all over the country “observe” a sort of underground holiday of sorts, where marijuana is consumed on or around 4:20 pm — and depending on the circumstances, for an entire day. As far back as pot smokers can remember this

Marijuana enthusiasts regard this day to be 'weed day', the international day of cannabis. Lovers of pot extra-indulge in the burning of the sacred herb. This day is the celebration of weed and as more countries legalise it, even those who do not smoke …

Everything you wanted to know about 420 — the stoner holiday

On 4/20, also known as "weed day", we've rounded up some of the best designs on offer from the fast-growing marijuana industry, including a minimal glass pipe and an app-controlled home growing system. Called 420, the day of celebration reportedly

420 Day: 5 Blacks in the Marijuana Biz You Should Know
420 Day: 5 Blacks in the Marijuana Biz You Should Know

Take a look around you: Does your office, coffee shop, or Home Depot seem incredibly chill today? Is the guy who constantly talks about his hiking weekends blessedly quiet, staring off into space with a beatific smile? That's because it's 4/20 and …

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