Cannabis is many things — medicine, recreational fun, a pastime, and for many, a culture.

There are intrinsic ways cannabis brings people together. It has been doing so for centuries. So, what happens when a global pandemic turns our lives upside down, leaves us stuck at home, and turns our once social toking traditions into solitary ones?

For some the past year meant smoking more, stuck at home with nothing to do. For others, it meant smoking less, with no friend to share it with.

A year after COVID forced us to change some of our favorite habits, we are all left reminiscing on the nostalgia of the culture we love and dreaming of the day we get to enjoy the little things again.

Close up of young caucasian women smoking weed at home. Focus on joint

This is a homage to that day and those little…

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