One batch of Blue Dream made me calm while a different batch stressed me out

It’s hard for me to know ahead of time how my body is going to react to some external stimulus.

One of the best examples that comes to mind is my body’s strange reaction to benadryl.

The famously sedating over-the-counter antihistamine is recommended as a sleeping aid as much as it is an allergy medication. I have never met another person who, like myself, experiences mental stimulation from benadryl. I could use it as a day time allergy deterrent because it makes me feel like I have consumed a tiny bit of coffee. I had to keep all of this in mind when I started using cannabis again after trying it in college two decades ago. Friends told me that sativa strains typically have stimulating effects while indica strains gravitate towards sedating effects. But there are many hybrid strains out there that have a combination of the two. Blue Dream is an immensely popular strain that is considered a sativa-leaning hybrid. Depending on the batch, Blue Dream can either mellow me out or make me feel stressed out. It’s hard to say ahead of time until I can get to the dispensary to buy more. When I asked the employee at the cannabis dispensary if she had any recommendations, she told me that I might like OG Kush or Purple. Since there are so many choices out there, I am forced to slowly try new strains and simply hope for the best. Because at the end of the day, you’re never going to know exactly how one batch of cannabis is going to affect you versus a different batch. When I am forced to couple this with my natural propensity for strange reactions to medications, I have to be even more mindful.

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I am always looking for CBD oil at the cannabis dispensary

Now that medical marijuana has picked up a good amount of speed in my state, more people are getting signed up to purchase it.

While at first it was extremely simple to get my favorite cannabis products from the dispensary, nowadays it seems impossible because everything is constantly going out of stock before I can place my order.

Before the dispensaries offered online ordering, you would basically just show up to the store & you would wait in a short line before being escorted to the back room with the products & currency registers. There wasn’t a whole lot you could choose from back during those times. You could get distillate oil, which is a cannabis concentrate with a high THC content above 73%. The dispensary would recommend eating a very small dose on a piece of food, or inhaling it with a small cannabis concentrate vaporizer. They also had capsules & oil tinctures that were effective for me when I initially tried them. Although I enjoyed the high THC oil tinctures, it was the CBD oil that worked best for me. I could use it throughout my work days without actually becoming intoxicated in any way. It totally covers both my physical pain & any mental pain from stress, anxiety, or depression. The biggest issue now is finding these CBD oils at the local cannabis dispensaries. I’m not the only person around who completely enjoys them, so they’re going out of stock faster than ever. I actually hope that my local cannabis dispensary starts offering CBD oil again. I’d rather buy it from a state licensed marijuana grower than taking my chances with something obtained over the internet. After doing some research about some of the worst cases of chemical contamination, I thought I should simply avoid the risk.

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CBD oil is what works best for me

Now that medical marijuana has picked up a tremendous amount of speed in our state, more people are getting signed up all the time.

While at first it was self-explanatory to get our number one cannabis products from the dispensary, nowadays it seems as though everything is always going out of stock before I can place my order.

Before the dispensaries provided online ordering, you simply would head over to the store and wait around in a brief line before being escorted to the back room with the products in addition to money registers. There wasn’t a lot you could pick from back then. You could actually get distillate oil, which is a cannabis concentrate with a high THC content commonly above 71%. The dispensary would advise eating a tiny dose on a piece of food, or inhaling it with a small cannabis concentrate vaporizer. They also had numerous capsules in addition to oil tinctures that were relatively effective for me when I first tried them. Although I enjoyed the high THC oil tinctures, it was the CBD oil that I favored the most. I could use it throughout my day of work without getting intoxicated in any way. It covers both my physical pain in addition to any mental pain from stress, anxiety, or depression. The biggest problem now is finding these CBD oils at the local cannabis dispensaries. I’m not the only person who adores them, so they’re going out of stock really quickly. I honestly hope that our local cannabis dispensary starts offering CBD oil again. I’d rather get it from a state licensed marijuana grower than taking a huge risk with something bought over the internet. After learning about some of the worst cases of chemical contamination, I was thinking that it would be better to avoid the risk altogether.

 

CBD oil is what works best for me

I’m always looking for CBD oil

Now that medical marijuana has picked up some momentum in our state, more people are getting signed up on a regular basis.

While at first it was seriously straightforward to get our number one cannabis products from the cannabis dispensary, nowadays it really seems like everything is always going out of stock in no time before I can get an order in.

Before the dispensaries provided online ordering, you basically showed up to the store plus waited in a line before being escorted to the back room with the products plus cash registers. There wasn’t a lot you could choose from back during that time. You could get distillate oil, which is a cannabis concentrate with a high THC content usually above 68%. The dispensary would recommend eating a rice-sized dose on a bit of food, or inhaling it with a special cannabis concentrate vaporizer. They also had capsules plus oil tinctures that were truly effective for me when I first tried them. Although I enjoyed the high THC oil tinctures, it was the CBD oil that was the best. I could use it throughout my task day without becoming intoxicated in any way. It covers both my physical pain plus any mental pain from stress, anxiety, or depression. The drawback now is finding these CBD oils at the local cannabis dispensaries. I’m not the only guy around who appreciates them, so they’re going out of stock more quickly than nearly any other product. I seriously hope that our local cannabis dispensary begins offering CBD oil again. I’d much rather buy it from a state licensed marijuana grower than taking a risk with something bought over the internet. After studying about some of the worst cases of chemical contamination, I believed it would be better to avoid the risk altogether.

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I wish the cannabis dispensaries wouldn't run out of CBD oil

Now that medical marijuana has picked up speed in my community, more people are getting signed up by the afternoon. While at first it was relatively straight-forward to get my favorite cannabis products from the cannabis dispensary, nowadays it seems like everything is completely going out of stock before I can get an order in. Before the dispensaries even provided online ordering, you simply showed up to the store plus waited in a brief line before being escorted to the back room with the products plus currency registers. There wasn’t a good amount you could choose from back then. You could get distillate oil, which is a cannabis concentrate with a high THC usually above 76%. The dispensary would request eating a rice-sized dose on a piece of food, or inhaling it with a small cannabis concentrate vaporizer. They also had capsules plus oil tinctures that were relatively effective for me when I first tried them. Although I enjoyed the high THC oil tinctures, it was the CBD oil that I loved the most. I could use it throughout my workday without getting intoxicated in any way. It covers both my physical pain plus any mental pain from stress, anxiety, or depression. The complication now is finding these CBD oils at the local cannabis dispensaries. I’m not the only person around who loves them, so they’re going out of stock more speedily than nearly any other product. I sincerely hope that my local cannabis dispensary starts offering CBD oil again. I’d rather purchase it from a state licensed marijuana grower than taking my chances with something purchased over the internet. After studying about some of the worst cases of chemical contamination, I figured it would be better to avoid the risk altogether.

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The local cannabis dispensary keeps running out of CBD oil

Now that medical marijuana has picked up speed in my state, more people are getting signed up by the day.

While at first it was extremely easy to get my favorite cannabis products from the dispensary, nowadays it seems like everything is always going out of stock before I can get an order in.

Before the dispensaries offered online ordering, you simply showed up to the store and waited in a brief line before being escorted to the back room with the products and cash registers. There wasn’t a lot you could choose from back then. You could get distillate oil, which is a cannabis concentrate with a high THC content usually above 75%. The dispensary would recommend eating a rice-sized dose on a piece of food, or inhaling it with a small cannabis concentrate vaporizer. They also had capsules and oil tinctures that were fairly effective for me when I first tried them. Although I enjoyed the high THC oil tinctures, it was the CBD oil that I favored. I could use it throughout my work day without getting intoxicated in any way. It covers both my physical pain and any mental pain from stress, anxiety, or depression. The problem now is finding these CBD oils at the local cannabis dispensaries. I’m not the only person who loves them, so they’re going out of stock faster than nearly any other product. I hope that my local cannabis dispensary starts offering CBD oil again. I’d rather buy it from a state licensed marijuana grower than taking my chances with something bought over the internet. After reading about some of the worst cases of chemical contamination, I thought it better to avoid the risk altogether.

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I think the best marijuana strains are the hybrids

I definitely don’t do so well with stimulants.

It doesn’t matter if it’s just some soda or full blown speed, my body does not respond well to being overstimulated physically as well as mentally.

I can’t remember the last time I had a caffeinated drink, however it has easily been years at least. Believe it or not, I can’t even deal with dark chocolate despite the small levels of caffeine by comparison. Even if I always manage to avoid stimulants of all kinds, I still must deal with stress as well as anxiety regularly. I have tried some of the medications that my health worker has prescribed me, although I constantly didn’t care for the side effects that each drug came with. More often than not I felt too sedated to function the way I need to. This is when my friend managed to get his medical cannabis card in our state. He was raving about the THC as well as CBD products that he was regularly getting at a cannabis dispensary that is not too far away from my apartment. He told me that I should try cannabis in some form to treat my stress as well as anxiety. The first strain I tried happened to be Hindu Kush, which is genuinely sedating. I honestly loved the effects, however it made me feel like going to sleep! The next strain I tried was Sour Diesel which had the opposite effect pretty much. My mind was racing as well as I had a real tough time getting to sleep that night. This is when I managed to learn about the differences between indicas as well as sativas. Indicas have short leaves as well as tend to be more sedating while the long leaf sativa plants are acquaintanced with stimulation as well as psychoactivity. I found a few hybrid strains that have a little bit of both while preventing the intense side effects of each. I can completely get mellow without passing out with these strains!

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Hybrid marijuana strains are the best

I seriously don’t do so well with any types of stimulants.

It doesn’t matter if it’s just Coca-Cola or actual speed, my body does not react well to being overstimulated physically & mentally.

I truly can’t remember the last time I had a caffeinated drink, but it has easily been a few years at least. Believe it or not, but I can’t even tolerate dark chocolate despite the small amounts of caffeine by comparison. Even if I always avoid stimulants of all kinds, I still deal with horrible stress & anxiety on a day to day basis. I have tried some of the numerous medications that my healthcare worker has prescribed me, but I always didn’t care for the side effects that each drug brings. More often than not I felt too sedated to function very well. This is when my buddy got his medical cannabis card in our state. He was saying nothing but good things about the THC & CBD products that he was buying at a cannabis dispensary that is only a small distance away from my property. He suggested that I try cannabis in some form to treat my stress & anxiety. The first strain I decided to go for was Hindu Kush, which is totally sedating. I honestly appreciated the effects, but it made me go to sleep! The next strain I tried was Sour Diesel which had the exact opposite effect. My mind was totally racing & I had a real tough time getting to sleep that night. This is when I learned about the differences between indicas & sativas. Indicas have short leaves & tend to be more sedating while the long leaf sativa plants are coupled with stimulation & psychoactivity. I managed to find hybrid strains that have a little bit of both while mitigating the drawback side effects of each. I can get mellow separate from wanting to fall asleep now!

 

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I actually learned to love hybrid strains of marijuana

I honestly don’t do so well with most stimulants.

It doesn’t really matter if it’s just Tim Hortons Coffee or straight up speed, my body does not react well to being overstimulated physically plus mentally.

I can’t even remember the last time I had a caffeinated drink, but it has actually been a few years at least. Believe it or not, I can’t even tolerate dark chocolate despite the miniscule levels of caffeine by comparison. Even if I regularly avoid stimulants of all kinds, I still deal with severe stress plus anxiety on a day to day basis. I have tried some of the various medications that my doctor has prescribed me, but I typically didn’t care for the side effects that each drug actually came with. More often than not I felt too sedated to get by on a day to day basis. This is when my neighbor got his medical cannabis card in our area. He was saying good things about the THC plus CBD products that he was getting at a cannabis dispensary that is only five minutes away from my dwelling. He easily made the suggestion that I try cannabis in some form to treat my severe stress plus anxiety. The first strain I tried happened to be Hindu Kush, which is really sedating. I absolutely adored the effects, but it made me go to sleep! The next strain I tried was Sour Diesel which had the opposite effect. My mind was completely racing plus I had a real tough time getting to sleep that night. This is when I was able to learn about the differences between indicas plus sativas. Indicas happen to have short leaves plus tend to be far more sedating while the long leaf sativa plants bring stimulation. I managed to find some hybrid strains that have a little bit of both while mitigating the side effects of each. I can totally get mellow without passing out now!

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I definitely prefer hybrid cannabis strains

I don’t do so well when it comes to stimulants.

It doesn’t matter if it’s just pop or all out speed, my body does not react well to being overstimulated physically in addition to mentally.

I can’t actually recall the last time I had a caffeinated drink, however it has actually been numerous years at least. Believe it or not, but I can’t even tolerate dark chocolate despite the small levels of caffeine by comparison. Even if I always avoid stimulants of all kinds, I still deal with stress in addition to anxiety regularly. I have tried some of the numerous medications that my doctor has prescribed me, but I typically hated the side effects that each drug came with. More often than not I felt too sedated to function. This is when my buddy got her medical cannabis card in our state. She was absolutely raving about the THC in addition to CBD products that she was purchasing at a cannabis dispensary that is only five minutes away from my apartment. She recommended that I try cannabis in some form to treat my stress in addition to anxiety. The first strain I decided to try was Hindu Kush, which is especially sedating. I loved the effects, however it made me feel like going to sleep! The next strain I tried was Sour Diesel which had the opposite effect. My mind was racing in addition to I had a hard time getting to sleep that night. This is when I learned all about the differences between indicas in addition to sativas. Indicas have short leaves in addition to tend to be more calming while the long leaf sativa plants are coupled with stimulation. I found hybrid strains that have a little bit of both while mitigating the negative side effects of each. I can actually get mellow without passing out!

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