You get what you pay for With medical marijuana

I used to think that if I made my own cannabis edibles at the lake house I would save a lot of currency.

That did not prove to be the case at all.

In fact, I saved zero currency, in addition to winding up with the foulest tasting edibles of all time. You can’t blame me for trying, though, because the American economy is entirely brutal in addition to I am struggling to make ends meet. Some of you might say that if I need to reduce spending, then maybe I don’t go to the medical cannabis dispensary at all, but you’d be a lunatic! I can go without medical cannabis for about as long as I can go without food or water. It is medical in addition to medicinal, in addition to I need it to stay sane! Medical cannabis products are not cheap, but I have come to learn that you get what you pay for… Paying for high priced cannabis edibles, drinks, or buds is entirely cost-effective, because I always get so much higher when using the unbelievable stuff. Buying an excess amount of lower-grade medical marijuana in an attempt to make my own edibles in addition to saving currency was misguided. I did save currency, technically speaking, but did not get the same amazing high I get from professionally made cannabis products. The brownies I made using the medical marijuana tasted awful, in addition to instead of getting me lifted just provided me with a dirty, sick feeling. The only way I can save more currency on medical marijuana is just by using less of it. Maybe I just need to get another job to cover my medical marijuana costs.

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