While there’s nothing particularly innovative about using the gloriously versatile cannabis sativa plant as a medicine, where, when, how and moreover, why we use it is, in fact, evolving.

Splish. Splish. Splish. Salt-saturated water laps gently against the wall of a sensory deprivation pod, an artificial womb of warm, unending blackness in which I float naked, blind and weightless.

But for the idle sound, my mind is all but disconnected from my body – and that’s the point of float therapy, slipping into a deep, distraction-free meditative state.

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