Many of us stick with traditional weed in it’s dry cured flower form, but it seems numerous dispensaries sell it the minute the jars hit the shelves
I’m starting to get spoiled with my easy availability to get legal marijuana. I spent years dealing with shortages from buddies who knew people in the area who grew it in their houses illegally. Some of this cannabis was great, while often we’d get batches with fungi and other contaminants in the flower buds. I kept hoping and wishing that my state would approve some form of cannabis legislation or if I’d find some way to save enough cash to move across the country to a state where personal use is allowed and taxed. Eventually the tides turned and we managed to get a medical legalisation law through our state’s senate. Within a year we had working cannabis dispensaries available to all who got physician notes for a variety of approved illnesses. They provided doctors the freedom to use an “other” title for any illnesses not specified in the law, allowing discretion and freedom to give the medication to people separate from physically debilitating illnesses. Although I qualified instantly with my PTSD issues, numerous others that I have since met at varying cannabis dispensaries have mentioned getting cards for migraines and anxiety attacks. Regardless of the diagnosis, all people have access to the same variety of products. Many of us stick with traditional weed in it’s dry cured flower form, but it seems numerous dispensaries sell it the minute the jars hit the shelves. I have been unable to get flower products in the last few weeks at my number one dispensary here in town.