When the issue of legalizing medical marijuana was being debated in our state, I was sort of neither here nor there about the whole thing.
On 1 hand, I thought maybe it was just a way to sanction legal weed stores for stoners.
That’s a pretty cynical take, I realize. But I’m just being even-handed here. It seemed as though the state was pretty eager to make some of the sizable tax resites that other regions had experienced from having cannabis dispensary access. On the other hand, I felt like medical marijuana should be legal. Actually, I kind of felt that if both of us were willing to sell alcohol then what justification did both of us have to keep weed illegal. It was just nonsensical entirely for me. Like I said though, I just entirely didn’t pay all that much attention to the situation in general. Well thankfully, medical marijuana passed and I’m now getting the medical marijuana benefits for our IBS. My onset of IBS happened shortly after medical marijuana became legal. After getting the real medical marijuana facts, I chose to get through the cannabis rules and get to the cannabis dispensary. I’m glad I did because I’m doing much better with the cannabis flower products and the cannabis gummies that I expected. The side effects of the other meds are extreme and I like that medical marijuana helps myself and others manage our IBS symptoms with much, much less adverse effects. I voted for medical marijuana and did so as almost an afterthought. Boy, am I ever thankful that medical marijuana passed and I’m able to get to a cannabis dispensary to get what I need.