Having my medical marijuana card also makes it substantially easier to choose what I want.
I was online close to a year ago, looking at strange websites that offered CBD for sale. They had many CBD products for sale. I was actually hoping to buy pain cream for my hands, but I had to make sure it didn’t have THC in the CBD. I was not looking to get in trouble, since legal marijuana wasn’t available in our area. Since that time, they have legalized medical marijuana plus recreational marijuana. I honestly am able to order anything I wish to get online, or just go into a cannabis dispensary plus get cannabis products that I want. I care about the convenience of being able to check out the cannabis products plus ask all types of questions. I can find cannabis products that are what I need. If I am looking for something that will easily assist with my chronic pain, the budtender will show me all types of interesting products. If I am having severe difficulties with my chemo, they can point me in the appropriate direction. Having my medical marijuana card also makes it substantially easier to choose what I want. The manager of the legal marijuana dispensary can tell me pretty much everything I need to know, including how to take the cannabis products. It still seems fairly odd to me to think that it was just a little over a year ago that I was browsing the web trying to find CBD products plus hoping they don’t have THC in them. Now, I can get exactly what I want plus need, plus I don’t need to be bothered about anything. The amount of THC in the cannabis products pretty much depends a lot on what my medical marijuana card prescribes, but that doesn’t mean I can’t easily choose what I want.