One dispensary has a ton of cake strains like Wedding Cake, Cake Face, Space Age Cake, and Ice Cream Cake, while another dispensary is fond of OGs like Skywalker OG, Lemon OG, SFV OG, and Tahoe OG
My dad enjoys beer, but he rarely strays from his cheap lagers. Don’t get me wrong, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with buying and consuming primarily cheap or inexpensive beer, or any alcohol for that matter. But for me personally, I need to feel like I have a sense of variety from which to choose. I started drinking craft beer in college because one of my roommates was a fanatic. He used to buy it directly from local breweries as we have many in our large city. One day he had this coffee-flavored stout that was infused with liquid nitrogen as well. I was skeptical but it is still the most flavorful beer I’ve ever had to this very day. It was Milk Stout Nitro and I try to buy it whenever I see it, which is rare because I don’t shop at breweries any longer. However, I do shop at local cannabis dispensaries as I consume the plant daily. I have found that different marijuana businesses carry different marijuana strains on rotation. In some instances you’ll find popular strains like Durban Poison, Girl Scout Cookies, Blue Dream, Sour Diesel, or OG Kush at multiple locations. However, each marijuana store has a unique selection of newer hybrid strains in addition to the classic strains. One dispensary has a ton of cake strains like Wedding Cake, Cake Face, Space Age Cake, and Ice Cream Cake, while another dispensary is fond of OGs like Skywalker OG, Lemon OG, SFV OG, and Tahoe OG. I like to cycle through different cannabis strains because that way I don’t develop a heavy tolerance for the plant as a whole. The terpenes and cannabinoid profiles are sometimes so distinct from one strain to the next that you can sort of “reset” your tolerance to cannabis when you reach for a different variety each night.