April 20

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April 20 (or “4/20”) is a date widely recognized in cannabis culture and is often celebrated as a day of cannabis-related events and activities. It has become a symbolic day for cannabis and THC enthusiasts to come together to celebrate the plant’s cultural significance.

The origins of the term “4/20” are somewhat unclear, it is commonly believed to have originated in the early 1970s among a group of high school students in California who would meet at 4:20 p.m. to smoke cannabis. Over time, April 20th evolved into a date recognized by the world’s cannabis enthusiasts as a day to celebrate its culture.

On April 20th, many people gather for events such as cannabis festivals, concerts, rallies, or social gatherings. It’s also a day when advocacy groups and organizations host educational events or campaigns to raise awareness about this plant.