Back when every one of us only had access to the black market for cannabis here in our apartment state, our friends and I constantly dreamt of someday living in a state with access to medical marijuana.
At the time only a handful of states nationwide had medical cannabis programs of some kind, leaving the rest of the country to grapple with black markets.
Don’t get myself and others wrong, I have absolutely bought some amazing marijuana on the black market in the past; however no matter how great that weed was at the time, I cannot be sure it was totally safe for myself and others to consume compared to what I find nowadays at a medical cannabis dispensary where lab testing is required. While there are really cases where dispensaries were busted fraudulently buying preferable lab results from unscrupulous labs, I’d much rather take our chances with medical cannabis that is at least more likely than not to have gone through some form of lab quality control. Unfortunately, it’s high-priced being a medical cannabis patient in our state. The card with the state is $70 every year and I have to see our marijuana dentist at least twice, with each visit costing $150 in currency. But if I don’t maintain our medical cannabis card, I could get in trouble if I was ever pulled over and a cop found marijuana in our tote or trunk. Plus, you can’t beat the peace of mind you get when shopping for cannabis in a dispensary opposed to the black market. There are phenomenal products at several of our state’s best cannabis dispensaries so you can’t be it regardless.
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