Don’t prefer online ordering from the cannabis dispensary

You get a replacement, but often it’s not what you were looking for.

It has been a hit plus miss experience trying to get deliveries right now from grocery plus department stores. Even the delivery-only pharmacies plus drug stores have taken on a pretty huge influx of new shoppers as city plus state municipalities continue with the coronavirus lockdowns. This hasn’t been affecting every man in the same way. A lot of people are contrary with the law plus see these precautions as not only unnecessary, but some quasi-affront on their personal freedom. They’ll go into the stores biweekly if they have the need, plus even if provided a mask, they wouldn’t take one. Here I am taking care of somebody with an insanely compromised immune system having to dodge these super-spreaders because of their ignorance plus toxicity. Even with my cannabis dispensary, I’m having a real hard time trying to make online orders ahead of visiting the store. There are so many shoppers that opt to get their marijuana in person instead of through the delivery service. The main problem with both possibilities is that you’ll end up getting the wrong strains if you order online plus they don’t have any Purple Kush or Pineapple Express left. You get a replacement, but often it’s not what you were looking for. With all of the people visiting the cannabis dispensary, I am forced to wait in my vehicle for a little while because they only let in three shoppers at a time to enforce heavily strict social distancing. I am pleased that my local cannabis dispensary is taking these setbacks entirely seriously. They’re dispensing medicine afterall. All it takes is for one employee who doesn’t believe they’re sick to contaminate the waiting room at the dispensary.

Orange kush

I don’t always get what I want when ordering online from the cannabis dispensary

It has been a hit & miss experience attempting to get home deliveries right now from grocery & department stores. Even the delivery-only pharmacies & drug stores have taken on a huge influx of modern clients as city & state municipalities continue the coronavirus lockdowns. This hasn’t been affecting every person in the same way. Many are stubborn with the law & see these precautions as not only unnecessary, however some quasi-affront on their personal freedom. They’ll go into the stores quarterly if they desire to, & even if offered a mask, they would prefer not to take one. Here I am taking care of someone with an insanely compromised immune system having to dodge these potential super-spreaders because of their ignorance & toxicity. Even with my cannabis dispensary, I’m having a hard time trying to make online orders ahead of going to see the store. There are numerous clients that opt to get their marijuana in person instead of through the delivery service. The setback with both options is that you’ll end up getting the wrong strains if you order online & they don’t have any Purple Kush or Blue Dream left. You get a substitution, however often it’s not the indica or sativa leaning strain that you were hoping to have. With all of the people going to visit the store, I am forced to wait in my motorcar for an hour because they only let in so many clients at a time to enforce strict social distancing. I absolutely love the fact that my local cannabis dispensary is taking these complications very seriously. They’re dispensing medicine afterall. All it takes is for a single employee who doesn’t believe they’re sick to compromise the waiting room at the cannabis dispensary.

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I often don’t get what cannabis strains I want when making online orders

With all of the people visiting the store, I am forced to wait in my car for an hour because they only let in three customers at a time to enforce strict social distancing

It has been a hit and miss experience trying to get home deliveries right now from grocery and department stores. Even the delivery-only pharmacies and drug stores have taken on a massive influx of new customers as city and state municipalities continue the coronavirus lockdowns. This hasn’t been affecting every person in the same way. Many are obstinate with the law and see these precautions as not only unnecessary, but some quasi-affront on their personal freedom. They’ll go into the stores daily if they desire to, and even if offered a mask, they wouldn’t take one. Here I am taking care of someone with an insanely compromised immune system having to dodge these potential super-spreaders because of their ignorance and toxicity. Even with my cannabis dispensary, I’m having trouble trying to make online orders ahead of visiting the store. There are so many customers that opt to get their marijuana in person instead of through the delivery service. The problem with both options is that you’ll end up getting the wrong strains if you order online and they don’t have any Purple Kush or Blue Dream left. You get a substitution, but often it’s not the indica or sativa leaning strain that you were looking for. With all of the people visiting the store, I am forced to wait in my car for an hour because they only let in three customers at a time to enforce strict social distancing. I appreciate that my local cannabis dispensary is taking these problems seriously. They’re dispensing medicine afterall. All it takes is for one employee who doesn’t know they’re sick to compromise the waiting room at the dispensary.

 

Space cake

I absolutely prefer solventless cannabis extracts

I am 65 & I used to be a chronic pain patient.

I had to go to a pain clinic once a month to see a certain specialist who would note all of my ongoing medical issues before writing me an opiate prescription.

I’m going to make an unpopular assertion by saying that I am adamant in maintaining that opiates have a time & a locale & deserve much less demonization compared to reckless health workers & unregulated pharmaceutical companies. With drastic pain, especially after operations, an opiate might be the only medication that stops you from squirming in misery & agony. As much as I would love to say otherwise, I met numerous patients who had been taking the same weekly dose for 15 years with no further dependency ever developing. Sadly, they’re not in the majority group, & that’s why when dealing with some forms of chronic pain, cannabis is such a superb alternative if your body responds well to it. The only concern is that if you walk into a local cannabis dispensary without knowing what you’re looking for, you could actually walk out with a product that doesn’t do enough for your dire pain. Cannabis flower is available at most dispensaries, however occasionally it doesn’t offer enough THC in each inhale to act as a replacement for something like oxycodone. A lot of former pain patients switch to concentrates like hash oil, wax, & rosin. Try to imagine taking the active ingredients of the plant while stripping away everything else. Often the cannabinoids are extracted with a chemical solvent, however heat & water extraction techniques yield solventless extracts. The terpene profile is most often better as well, especially if you can afford the superior quality rosin.

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You can’t go wrong with solventless cannabis extracts

Imagine taking the active ingredients of the plant while stripping away everything else

I am 65 plus I used to be a chronic pain patient. I had to head over to a pain clinic once a month to see a specialist who would document all of my ongoing medical worries before writing me an opiate prescription. I’m going to make an unpopular declaration by saying that I am adamant in maintaining that opiates have a time plus a location plus deserve far less demonization compared to reckless healthcare specialists plus unregulated pharmaceutical companies. With tremendous pain, especially after operations, an opiate might be the only medication that stops you from flailing in misery plus agony. As much as I would adore to say otherwise, I met some patients who had been taking the same regular dose for 15 years with no further dependency ever developing. Unluckily, they’re not in the majority group, plus that’s why when dealing with some forms of chronic pain, marijuana is such a fantastic alternative if your body responds well to it. The only true concern is that if you walk into a local cannabis dispensary separate from knowing what you’re looking for, you might walk out with a product that doesn’t do enough for your drastic pain. Cannabis flower is available at a vast majority of dispensaries, but sporadically it doesn’t offer enough THC in each inhale to act as a good replacement for something like oxycodone. Many former pain patients switch to concentrates like hash oil, wax, plus rosin. Imagine taking the active ingredients of the plant while stripping away everything else. Often the cannabinoids are extracted with a chemical solvent, but heat plus water extraction techniques yield solventless extracts. The terpene profile is commonly better as well, especially if you can cover the cost for high quality rosin.

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Solventless cannabis extract is the best

I am 65 plus I used to be a chronic pain patient.

I had to go to a pain clinic a few times each month to see a specialist who would chart all of my ongoing medical setbacks before writing me an opiate prescription.

I’m going to make an unpopular statement by saying that I am immovable in maintaining that opiates have a time plus a locale plus deserve less demonization compared to reckless doctors plus unregulated pharmaceutical companies. With severe pain, especially after operations, an opiate might be the only medication that stops you from floundering in misery plus agony. As much as I would care about saying otherwise, I met many patients who had been taking the same dose for 15 years with no further dependency ever developing. Regrettably, they’re not in the majority group, plus that’s why when dealing with some forms of chronic pain, marijuana is such a wonderful alternative if your body does well with it. The only serious complication is that if you walk into a local cannabis dispensary without knowing what you’re looking for, you might walk out with a cannabis product that doesn’t do enough for your shooting pain. Cannabis flower is available at a majority of dispensaries, but occasionally it doesn’t offer enough THC in each inhale to act as a substitution for something similar to oxycodone. Many former pain patients switch to concentrated forms of cannabis like hash oil, wax, plus rosin. Try to imagine taking the active ingredients of the plant while stripping away everything else… Often the cannabinoids are pulled with a chemical solvent, but heat plus water extraction techniques yield solventless extracts. The terpene profile is typically better as well, especially if you are able to afford high quality rosin.
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I prefer solventless cannabis extracts

I am 65 & I used to be a chronic pain patient.

I had to go to a pain clinic once per month to see a specialist who would chart all of my ongoing medical complications before writing me an opiate prescription.

I’m going to make an unpopular statement by saying that I am adamant in maintaining that opiates have a time & a place & deserve far less demonization compared to reckless healthcare workers & unregulated pharmaceutical companies. With acute pain, especially after operations, an opiate might be the only medication that prevents you from experiencing misery & agony. As much as I would like to say otherwise, I met a few patients who had been taking the same daily dose for approximately 15 years with no further dependency ever developing. Sadly, they’re not in the majority group, & that’s why when dealing with some forms of chronic pain, marijuana is such a great alternative if your body responds well to it. The only setback is that if you walk into a local cannabis dispensary separate from knowing what you’re looking for, you might walk out with a product that doesn’t do enough for your pain complications. Cannabis flower is available at most dispensaries, but sometimes it doesn’t offer enough THC in each inhale to act as a replacement for something like oxycodone. Many former pain patients switch to concentrates such as hash oil, wax, & rosin. Try to picture taking the active ingredients of the plant while stripping away everything else. Often the cannabinoids are extracted with a chemical solvent, but heat & water extraction techniques yield solventless extracts. The terpene profile is commonly better as well, especially if you can afford high quality rosin.

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My favorite types of marijuana extracts are the solventless varieties

I am 65 and I used to be a chronic pain patient.

I had to go to a pain clinic once a month to see a specialist who would chart all of my ongoing medical issues before writing me an opiate prescription.

I’m going to make an unpopular statement by saying that I am adamant in maintaining that opiates have a time and a place and deserve far less demonization compared to reckless doctors and unregulated pharmaceutical companies. With acute pain, especially after operations, an opiate might be the only medication that stops you from writhing in misery and agony. As much as I would like to say otherwise, I met a few patients who had been taking the same daily dose for 15 years with no further dependency ever developing. Unfortunately, they’re not in the majority group, and that’s why when dealing with some forms of chronic pain, marijuana is such a great alternative if your body responds well to it. The only problem is that if you walk into a local cannabis dispensary without knowing what you’re looking for, you might walk out with a product that doesn’t do enough for your severe pain. Cannabis flower is available at most dispensaries, but sometimes it doesn’t offer enough THC in each inhale to act as a replacement for something like oxycodone. Many former pain patients switch to concentrates like hash oil, wax, and rosin. Imagine taking the active ingredients of the plant while stripping away everything else. Often the cannabinoids are extracted with a chemical solvent, but heat and water extraction techniques yield solventless extracts. The terpene profile is usually better as well, especially if you can afford high quality rosin.

 

Hybrid strains

My cannabis oil batches are always varying in potency

I managed to learn once that numerous generic medications can vary in potency by something like 10%, while still fulfilling FDA instruction.

You could be looking for a lifesaving medication as well as your insurance contractor essentially forcing you to take the option that is going to be much less effective, yet labeled as if it’s the same drug.

To be entirely fair, I have had a great deal of luck with numerous generic equivalents to my prescribed medications, so it’s not always a concern that is expansive enough to notice in any way. There was an instance when I was being prescribed an anti-nausea medication, but the generic wouldn’t actually work & the brand name drug. Fortunately, our doctor was able to override the insurance dealer, as well as I was able to get the brand for the price of the generic. This difference in potency is not isolated to the pharmaceutical industry. Even cannabis extracts sold at local dispensaries seem to vary in potency by about 10% to 15% every single time I order. One month my Blue Dream hash will be 89% THC, while another month it could be as low as 77% THC. The aggravating thing is that the price stays the same for the gram of hashish regardless of one batch’s potency over another. The oil pen cartridges face the same setback. I have been lucky with oil cartridges testing out at 94% THC or more, but the following month that same strain as well as cartridge could be below 70% THC. This is the reason why I must double check the stock whenever I visit our local cannabis dispensary. These potency inconsistencies often influence my resolution to go with a different product altogether if the option is presented.

 

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Never get the same THC percentage when I get batches of cannabis oil

I learned once that many generic medications can vary in potency by something like 10%, while still fulfilling FDA guidelines.

You could be looking for a lifesaving medication as well as your insurance business forces you to take the option that is going to be less efficient, yet labeled as if it’s the same drug.

To be fair, I have had some luck with many generic equivalents to my prescribed medications, so it’s not always a concern that is extensive enough to notice in any way. There was one instance when I was being prescribed an anti-nausea medication, however the generic wouldn’t work nearly as well as the brand name drug. Happily, my healthcare worker was able to override the insurance business, as well as I was able to get the brand for the price of the generic. This variation in potency is not isolated to the pharmaceutical industry. Even cannabis extracts that are sold at local dispensaries seem to vary in potency by roughly 10% to 15% every single time I make an order. One month my Gorilla Glue hash will be 89% THC, while another month it could be as low as only 70% THC. The aggravating thing is that the price stays the same for the gram of hashish regardless of one batch’s potency over another. The oil pen cartridges suffer from the same complication. I have been fortunate with oil cartridges testing out at 93% THC or more, however the following month that same strain as well as cartridge could be below 70% THC. This is why I prefer to double check the stock whenever I visit my local cannabis dispensary. These potency discrepancies often influence my choice to go with a different product if the option is presented.

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