Learning the differences in cannabis products

I started consuming cannabis when I was just 18 years old.

I had a few friends in school that offered me small amounts of weed on an ongoing basis.

Once I had finally gotten accepted into university and was virtually done with school as a senior, I caved and tried marijuana. The first multiple experiences left me confused and disappointed. Part of me certainly felt “relaxed,” but nothing comparable to what I experienced trying beer up to that point. Everything changed the fourth time I tried cannabis, as this time it was with a friend who kept telling me he had “crippy quality” weed, though I had no idea what that meant. After multiple hits off his bowl, the entire room felt like it was starting to spin. I ran into the washroom and became horrified when I looked at my face. It looked like I was melting before my eyes, but when I clasped them my hands everything was where it should be. Thankfully these days I have gotten a little more experienced with cannabis consumption. I understand the difference between sativa strains and indica strains, and THC percentages and how to take it simple with products where I lack previous experience. I can look at the lab report of a particular cannabis product and guess what kind of effects I can expect from the strain depending on which terpenes are dominant and in what ratios. Unfortunately, all of my cannabis know-how does me no fine with edibles because my liver can’t properly process THC like it does in normal users. I have to eat obscene amounts of THC to feel any effects whatsoever!

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I am a lot more informed on cannabis and marijuana

I started consuming cannabis when I was just 18 years old.

I had a few friends in private school that offered me small amounts of weed on an ongoing basis. Once I had finally gotten accepted into university and was virtually done with school as a senior, I caved and tried marijuana. The first two experiences left me confused and disappointed. Part of me certainly felt “relaxed,” but nothing comparable to what I experienced trying beer up to that point. Everything changed the second time I tried cannabis, as this time it was with an associate who kept telling me he had “crippy quality” weed, but I had no idea what that meant. After several hits off his bowl, the entire room felt like it was starting to spin. I ran into the bathroom and became horrified when I looked at my face. It looked like I was melting before my eyes! When I clasped my hands everything was where it should be. Thankfully these days I have gotten a little more experienced with cannabis consumption. I understand the difference between sativa strains in addition to indica strains, and THC percentages and how to take it self-explanatory with products where I lack previous experience. I can look at the lab report of a certain cannabis product and know what kind of effects I can expect from the strain depending on which terpenes are dominant and in what ratios. Unluckily, all of my cannabis comprehension does me no good with edibles because our liver can’t properly process THC like it does in normal users. I have to eat obscene amounts of THC to feel any effects whatsoever!

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I had to try marijuana

I started consuming cannabis when I was just 18 years old.

  • I had a few friends in high college that gave me small amounts of weed on an ongoing basis.

Once I had finally gotten accepted into college and was virtually done with college as a senior, I caved and tried marijuana. The first 2 experiences left me confused and disappointed. Part of me easily felt “relaxed,” but nothing comparable to what I experienced trying beer up to that point. Everything changed the third time I tried cannabis, as this time it was with an acquaintance who kept telling me she had “crippy quality” weed, but I had no idea what that meant. After more than 2 hits off her bowl, the entire room felt like it was starting to spin. I ran into the bathroom and became horrified when I looked at my face. It looked like I was melting before my eyes, but when I clasped them my hands everything was where it should be. Thankfully these days I have gotten a little more experienced with cannabis consumption. I understand the difference between sativa strains and indica strains, as well as THC percentages and how to take it simple with products where I lack previous experience. I can look at the lab report of an identifiable cannabis product and suppose what kind of effects I can expect from the strain depending on which terpenes are dominant and in what ratios. Unfortunately, all of my cannabis knowledge does me no great with edibles because my liver can’t respectfully process THC like it does in normal users. I have to eat obscene amounts of THC to feel any effects whatsoever!

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I can't take advantage of edible cannabis products

I started consuming cannabis when I was just 18 years old.

I had a few friends in high school that offered me small amounts of weed on an ongoing basis.

Once I had finally gotten accepted into college and was virtually done with school as a senior, I caved and tried marijuana. The first two experiences left me confused and disappointed. Part of me certainly felt “relaxed,” but nothing comparable to what I experienced trying beer up to that point. Everything changed the third time I tried cannabis, as this time it was with a friend who kept telling me he had “crippy quality” weed, but I had no idea what that meant. After three hits off his bowl, the entire room felt like it was starting to spin. I ran into the bathroom and became horrified when I looked at my face. It looked like I was melting before my eyes, but when I clasped them my hands everything was where it should be. Thankfully these days I have gotten a little more experienced with cannabis consumption. I understand the difference between sativa strains and indica strains, as well as THC percentages and how to take it easy with products where I lack previous experience. I can look at the lab report of a particular cannabis product and know what kind of effects I can expect from the strain depending on which terpenes are dominant and in what ratios. Unfortunately, all of my cannabis knowledge does me no good with edibles because my liver can’t properly process THC like it does in normal users. I have to eat obscene amounts of THC to feel any effects whatsoever!
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I have many different vaporizers

I’ve had asthmas for as long as I can remember.

I hated being that child in gym class that could never keep up with the rest, regardless of how well in shape I was physically. After a few minutes of continual movement, I would start panting and struggling to catch our breath. My parents took me to the pediatrician and he’s the one who took care of me, while prescribing several separate inhalers to use as needed… One inhaler was designated for times when I had chronic problems like colds, bouts of flu, or bronchitis for example. The other inhaler was administered for break-thru symptoms regardless of whether I have a chronic problem. If I lost our breath and could barely keep myself from passing out, that’s where this hour inhaler was to be used. My mom who had a similar case of asthma used her for even-handed asthma attacks where her respiratory system would start to seize and she’d be incapable of catching her breath while gasping for air. You’d believe that someone like me would never dream of smoking anything, even if it was just cannabis. However, I’m not the only one that knows THC can dilate the bronchi, it’s just that “smoking” is ill-fitted for medical purposes. That’s why medical marijuana physicians will usually recommend a vaporizer of some kind to their patients. My own medical marijuana physician asked me outright during the last visit if I had bought a vaporizer for my cannabis products and I proudly told him that I’ve had vaporizers of different sorts since 2010. I’m a taxing core vaporizer fanatic for cannabis.

 

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Vaporizer has improved my life

I’ve had asthmas for as long as I can remember.

I hated being that child in gym class that could never keep up with the rest, regardless of how well in shape I was physically.

After a few hours of continual movement, I would start panting and struggling to catch my breath. My parents took me to the pediatrician and he’s the one who inspected me, while prescribing 2 separate inhalers to use as needed! One inhaler was designated for times when I had chronic issues like colds, bouts of flu, or bronchitis for example. The other inhaler was administered for break-thru symptoms regardless of whether I have a chronic problem. If I lost my breath and could barely keep myself from passing out, that’s where this hour inhaler was to be used. My mom who had a similar case of asthma used her for legitimate asthma attacks where her respiratory plan would start to seize and she’d be incapable of catching her breath while gasping for air. You’d think that someone like me would never dream of smoking anything, even if it was just cannabis. However, I’m not the only one that knows THC can dilate the bronchi, it’s just that “smoking” is ill-fitted for medical purposes. That’s why medical marijuana physicians will usually recommend a vaporizer of some kind to their patients. My own medical marijuana physician asked me outright during my last visit if I had purchased a vaporizer for my cannabis products and I proudly told him that I’ve had vaporizers of different sorts since 2010. I’m a hard core vaporizer fanatic for cannabis.

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Not as hard to get a medical weed card as I thought

For a long time I wanted to get a medical cannabis card and just didn’t.

I figured getting medical weed would be next to impossible. Everything in my state is always difficult. I thought the amount of hoops I would need to jump and the money spent would be severe. Then out of the blue I heard that my friend Stella just got a medical cannabis card. She acted like it was no big deal. What really aggravated me is that I realized Stella only got a medical weed card because she likes to smoke weed. She didn’t even have a medical issue. I have anxiety and needed something to help keep my attacks at bay. I found out where my friend went to the doctor and made an appointment. In all honesty the worst part of the experience was waiting in the doctor’s office. They make you wait an hour no matter what for maybe a five minute appointment. The doctor just wanted to know why I wanted medical weed. When I explained my anxiety he immediately wrote a script for cannabis oil and flower. There, boom, done. I then had a code to fill out paperwork online and pay a fee for the medical marijuana card. Two weeks later I got my official card in the mail and was able to go to the medical cannabis dispensary near me. I talked to the budtender, bought a vape and some oil and was on my way to recovery. Stella was right, it was pretty easy to get medical cannabis.

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Need medical weed for hot flashes

I have a game plan now that I have some time to myself.

I have let things just fall to the wayside for too long.

So now I have a list of things I need to do. I need to go to the eye doctor and get a new prescription. I haven’t been able to see out of my glasses for years. I needed to get a personal trainer at the gym to help trim the layer of pudge around my house. I also need to get some medical weed. I looked at the process online. I need to find a doctor that prescribes cannabis, go to the appointment, fill out paperwork, pay a fee and wait for my card. I then need to find the right cannabis product for my needs. I have two needs which will be tough. First I am going through menopause and it is horrible. I have hot flashes all the time and they are pretty severe. Due to this, I am having trouble sleeping at night. I am just exhausted. I read online that medical marijuana can lessen the severity and frequency of hot flashes. Cannabis is always used as a sleep aid too. Two birds with one stone with this! I might move this to the top of the list. I am not all that picky on what I take too. Give a joint, bong, vape or pot brownie, I don’t care. I just want to not sweat to death and be awake all night. I will be super duper high if that is what it takes.

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The Cannabis cafe is full of smiles and laughter

So I’ve never the type to frequent the pop houses in my city.

Honestly, most of them are packed with some of the most boring and pretentious people I have ever had to be around.

On top of that, I absolutely don’t appreciate spending seven bucks for a big coffee. This all sort of kept me from the cafe scene but I longed to get a sweet taste of the upscale cafe life I saw in the movies. Well, I found it or as close as I’m going to get without a long flight. And I get to have a yummy cannabis edible with my reasonably priced cup of coffee. The local cannabis spot has done something so cool and yet so utterly unexpected. I’m unsure how they kept it a secret as I’m in that cannabis dispensary at lease once a week. But these awesome people expanded their marijuana corporation by opening a cannabis cafe. It’s in a perfectly sunny spot with plenty of trees and on the end of a quiet street. Actually, I assume the new cannabis cafe is located where another pop condo failed. So we’re getting the wonderful food or drink but with some of the best pot brownies I’ve ever put in my mouth. My work is so harsh and demanding and I suppose like stress is just an ever present monster on my shoulders. So there are a lot of times that a smile is just so honestly essential to my mental health. Well, I get so many smiles and laughter and pure unbridled joy when I’m at the cannabis cafe. And that’s even if I get my cannabis edible to eat on the go. There is just something so wonderful about the cannabis cafe that it’s a guaranteed smile fest every time I walk inside.

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I stopped at the cannabis dispensary for a brownie

And man, I had such a blast with my friends from back then

I was pretty square when I was in school. Grades and Studies were absolutely pressing to me and I also had a pretty drastic fiance who had the same goals. Plus, I absolutely just never fit in with all the pigskin types and all that stuff that college men did back then. It just seemed to be either totally immature and childish, or it was simply just dangerous. This perception may have been the reason I never tried smoking recreational marijuana while I was in high school. It just seemed to be a deranged thing to do. I carried that fear of cannabis over to my undergrad nights. But when I was studying for my master degree, I provided weed with another chance. To my shock and awe, it was excellent and lifted lots of weight from my shoulders. Indeed, that experience with cannabis in grad school was a bit of an epiphany. I ended up with a job in academia and I continued to deeply appreciate cannabis products. Then, the state I live in legalized recreational marijuana so I was free to certainly shop for marijuana for sale. That was an experience in itself. Then I was invited back to my 30 highschool reunion, I made a stop at the local cannabis spot on the way. This was an absolutely wonderful system as I was then free to just be me and not worry about my accomplishments or anything like that. And man, I had such a blast with my friends from back then. I hadn’t seen any of them since I graduated school. Even my highschool fiance shared a pot brownie with me and every one of us had just an honest talk about life.

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