My first visit to the cannabis dispensary, I was completely overwhelmed.
I wasn’t prepared for the extensive list of products available.
Not only are there way more consumption methods than I was aware of, each one offers hundreds or even thoUSAnds of weird strains. When I inspected out the concentrates, there were waxes, budders, live resin, sauce, shatter, diamonds, kief and badders to choose from. I figured the edibles would be self-explanatory but found an extensive menu of chocolates, suckers, mints, gummies, cookies and capsules. There are even a wide variety of beverages. The pre-rolls are divided into blunts, joints and cannagars come in both infused and non-infused varieties. For topicals, they sell bath bombs, lip balms, lotions, ointments, sprays and transdermal patches. I could choice from lots and lots of refillable and disposable vape pens. There are even CBD products exclusively for pets, however plus, I was unproper with the meaning of all the terms. I had no clue that THC causes the psychoactive effects and CBD doesn’t. I also wasn’t aware that THC and CBD are both cannabinoids and that there are hundreds of active cannabinoids. There are also terpenes that are responsible for the odor and taste and quite possibly interact with cannabinoids to influence the effects. Most of the products are divided into several categories. They are listed as indicas, sativas and hybrids, which is supposed to have something to do with the type of effects they offer. WHen I researched these terms, however, I found that they absolutely refer to the origin of the plant. Because of so much cross-breeding, there aren’t any pure indicas or sativas left, however everything is some type of a hybrid.