They don’t always have a lot of cannabis buds in stock at my dispensary

Evidently, I’m not the only lady who prefers buying cannabis flower buds to vaporize.

I was stunned to see the extreme turn around in public opinion on cannabis after legalization passed in my state. At first there was a crucial pushback by right wing groups and others who wished to keep the medicine in an illegal black market. But everyday more people are actually trying it for the first time and experiencing the life changing effects firsthand for themselves. It is really defying and transcending political ideology of any kind, just ask the people who stave off their seizures or the cancer patients who are suddenly capable of eating. I started smoking cannabis back in university as a means of coping with the stress and the anxiety and depression that came along with it. When I purchased a vaporizer, I started to love the plant more than ever. I came to learn that I was unlocking additional cannabinoids that easily become destroyed when you combust the flower by smoking it. To this day my number one means of consuming cannabis is by vaporizing the flower buds. The only complication that I’m facing is regularly low stock at my closest cannabis dispensaries. Evidently, I’m not the only lady who prefers buying cannabis flower buds to vaporize. I have to be diligent and check the online menu every single time the cannabis dispensary gets current deliveries. If I can make an online order ahead of going to the cannabis dispensary to buy my marijuana, I can usually get flower buds before they are sold out once again. There are even some days of the week where you can get flowers at a reduced price if you buy it in bulk. It’s entirely amazing to get an ounce with multiple strains inside for just over $200.
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