It has taken me years to get to where I am right now with understanding cannabis.
It seems like more research is revealed yearly that further pushes our public know-how on how the plant interacts with the human mind. For years the DEA wouldn’t allow any kind of research on the medical benefits of cannabis, needlessly stopping scientific developments on its varying applications. People who were against marijuana a few years ago are joining long time smokers in the lines at the cannabis stores. It’s fantastic that cannabis comes in many peculiar types before you even start classifying by strain. For the most part, all strains are either sativas, indicas, or a hybrid of those two. Sativas are famously known for their mentally stimulating effects in addition to happiness, whereas indicas are often paired with sedative in addition to calming effects. I have to work during the daytime hours, so I only use sativas during the day to keep myself focused and alert. It’s nice to unwind at the end of the day with a heavy hitting indica, but if I did that in the day I’d have to take a nap before I even get to three. Thankfully all of the cannabis dispensaries in the state all carry a great collection of sativas, indicas in addition to hybrids. I mostly smoke buds, but sometimes I get oils for my concentrate pen. I love oils in addition to edibles, but I’d rather inhale our cannabis if given the opportunity. The vaporizer cartridges with the distillate oil inside are fantastic for using on the go.