They were able to answer my questions and give me more data to process my choices.
I can’t imagine what it must have been like for people who couldn’t access marijuana legally. I’m not yet 30 and for as long as I can remember, there’s always been at least medical marijuana access. But when I talk with people who suffer from the same condition I do, they had to wait decades before they could walk into a store and buy marijuana for sale legally. That meant a lot of them had no access to cannabis products whatsoever. And that is simply absurd that people with anxiety and depression had to skulk around to find marijuana with questionable THC content. I’m just so thankful that we have both medical marijuana and recreational marijuana laws in my area. Otherwise, I don’t think my life would be all that great. I was diagnosed with my condition in highschool and promptly put on anti depressants. There was some change but it wasn’t as much as I had hoped for. I went this route for almost ten years. But then I started to read more about marijuana and the effects it had in managing my situation. This led me to take a trip to the local cannabis spot. Those people were so kind, compassionate and knowledgeable. They were able to answer my questions and give me more data to process my choices. The next trip to the cannabis dispensary, I tried a few different sativa strains for sale. It’s been almost a year now that I haven’t been on any meds. And cannabis has me feeling better and living a much more full, responsible and fun life than I have ever been able to achieve otherwise.