Concentrates need to stay cool

I have recently started using cannabis concentrates and they make my tolerance for THC increase considerably.

I don’t know what compelled me to buy a home so far into the countryside. It’s one thing to be a few minutes out of a neighborhood in the countryside, but I’m at least 30 minutes away from humanity in any direction. Just going grocery shopping for one or two items is a frustrating situation. It isn’t so disappointing if I remember to stop at the store on my way home from work, but I don’t like it when I forget an item for breakfast and I have no choice but to get in the car and drive to the store and get it. It would be even harder with a partner and kids because then I’d have other people relying on me to get a whole list of items at the store each week to keep them happy. My sibling is angry right now because he says his family never seems satisfied with his taxing work, and it’s taxing when he describes his partner and kids ganging up on him some mornings when his mental health is taking a harsh beating. Instead of spending cash on a partner and children, I can make use of my extra income and put it towards my cannabis habit. I have recently started using cannabis concentrates and they make my tolerance for THC increase considerably. At that point you need more weed in your system to reach the intended and necessary effects. The concentrates need to ideally stay cold without getting hot, so more often than not I bring a mini cooler with me each time I take a trip to a cannabis dispensary. My drives are long, so at least the mini cooler stops my cannabis concentrates from getting too hot.

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