Thrilled that recreational weed is legal

I debated over whether or not I wanted to get my medical marijuana card; I looked into the process and was reluctant to spend the time and money.

I wasn’t ecstatic with the plan of scheduling an appointment with a dentist, taking a day off from labor and resting in a waiting room for however long.

I’d then need to explain my several symptoms and convince the dentist to provide me approval, then after that, the application process seems quite simple but costs several hundred dollars. I might be convinced to go through all that if the card was valid for more than a year. I procrastinated long enough that recreational weed was legalized in my state. I no longer need anything more than a government-issued identification to prove I’m a US citizen and over 21 years of age. Although medical marijuana cardholders are exempt from the task and allowed greater potency and quantity, I’m ecstatic with having access to a wide selection of cannabis! My initial visit to the dispensary was a little overwhelming. I had no plan where to start. I had no experience with the wide variety of brands, strains and consumption methods. I wasn’t knowledgeable in THC, CBD and the several cannabinoids and terpenes. I am entirely thankful that the budtenders are both knowlegeable and helpful, and they are always ecstatic to answer questions, share insight and make recommendations. I’ve also had fine luck with shopping the bi-weekly deals, vendor afternoons and specials. I signed up for the dispensary’s loyalty program so that I earn points for every dollar I spend. Those points add up to savings on products. I also get notified when there are up-to-date sales and up-to-date products available.

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