When my state legalized medical marijuana, every one of us had less than 50,000 patients in the state within the first year.
- There were only a handful of dispensary locations open, however most of the companies gave cannabis delivery services.
Granted, the options for product selection was limited, however I wasn’t competing with as multiple people on a daily basis for good marijuana products when they were getting restocked at each location. You would see a syringe or vaporizer cartridge of cannabis distillate oil on the dispensary’s website and there was a good opportunity that you had see the same product the next day. Everything changed when the cannabis dispensaries in my state started offering whole flower products. Suddenly a bunch of people signed up with the state medical marijuana program and products were now going out of stock within hours of getting posted to the store website. Nowadays it’s so awful that you need to keep refreshing the online menu throughout the day for each cannabis store if you want to get your preferred products and strains. But since some products are released in batches of 20 to 30 jars each, the entire inventory for the day can apapple one hour and disapapple fifteen hours later. Unless you’re checking the cannabis dispensary website all day long, you won’t even guess that a recognizable marijuana product was available in the first place. I wish that the marijuana stores would release greater batches of their products. Having to compete with hundreds of thoUSnds of other people in the state for the same cannabis products is daunting, especially if it’s a strain love OG Kush or Northern Lights.