Legends about 420 (Marijuana) | WHAT’S THE RELATION OF 420


April 20, 4/20, ihu Weed Day ed, which is celebrated every year by people using it. So why? What does 420 mean? April 20, what does it mean for marijuana culture? There are a lot of stories about the 420 first heard in 1971.

Legends about 420 (Marijuana)

Bob Marley’s date of death. The reggae legend was actually born on February 6, 1945 and died on May 11, 1981. So this date has nothing to do with Bob Marley.

Police radio code. California police are said to use radio code 420 for marijuana users, but there is no such radio code in California.

There are approximately 420 active chemicals in it. Marijuana actually has more than 315 active chemicals. This number may increase or decrease depending on the type of marijuana.

April 20 best planting date. 420 believes that the birth of the date of April 20 is the best seed sowing date, but in fact it has nothing to do with 420.

April 20 Hitler’s birthday. This is probably the most ridiculous legend. Since Hitler’s birth date was April 20, some matched 420 with this date, but nothing to do.

The true meaning of 420

A group of hippie stonemasons working in San Rafael High School in California in 1971 (there are rumors that they are students, not stonemasons) meet every day at 4:20 pm and start to drink grass. The group members who call themselves Waldos refer to this meeting as ”420 Kend. This slogan, which first spread to its own environment and then to all of California, has become a term used by all consumers in ten years.

What’s Waldos?

Often, young people hanged at the bottom of a wall in English, meaning the word “wall’ in the name of the name Waldos gave themselves.

This is the true story of the 420 term. Although many people believe in a different story, the term 420 is a widely used and accepted term among marijuana users. Also, April 20 is celebrated as weed day in most countries where it is legal.