Sweet Dreams didn’t work for me.

After getting my medical marijuana card, I was able to go to the medical cannabis dispensary.

I didn’t know what to expect when I walked in, but I didn’t know the pharmacist would talk to me and tell me what my first order should be.

I went on into the medical mmarijuana dispensary and they had my order sitting on the table. One hundred dollars later, I was walking out with three products that I had no idea what they were. It was easy to know that the lotion was an extra strength pain cream. I couldn’t wait to rub it into my hands and feet. Two hours later, I was putting more cream on, but I still had no help. That evening I tried a tincture that goes beneath the tongue. She said to hold it there for thirty seconds. The tincture was to help me to sleep and it could take up to an hour to work. The Sweet Dreams tincture only made me more awake and made me more aware of the pain in my hands and feet. I told my husband to turn on the television set since neither of us could sleep. I planned on calling the medical marijuana dispensary to tell the pharmacist what had happened. My husband told me to give it a second try and in the meantime, he did some research. He realized that it would take, at the minimum, two full droppers full of the Sweet Dreams, just to help me get drowsy. The pharmacist had told me to only fill it to the first line. It would last me a lot longer, even if it didn’t help.

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