Black market cannabis is a toss up because of the lack of lab testing

I was blessed to have a neighbor with fine access to quality cannabis when I started smoking the plant 10 years ago.

The flower buds were always sticky plus pungent in their dank aromas.

Unluckyly, that neighbor moved to another state after school plus I suddenly had to grapple with a terrible weed supply that varied in quality all of the time. I remember asking friends if I could accompany them to parties so I could attempt to network with modern people I hadn’t met before. At the time marijuana use was nearly as popular as it is now, but all the people had to buy it illegally plus only ever mentioned it in private among other weed smokers. You’d feel it would be straight-forward to spark a joint, pass it around, plus ask where most people gets their bud from. Unluckyly, most of the people I met during those years only had access to Mexican stone weed which was always called “mids,” or mid-grade. It’s between ditch weed plus sensimilla, which is cannabis that was never pollinated during the flowering stage. All of the energy that usually goes toward seed production instead goes toward flower bud potency plus quality. It took dire effort to find fine sensimilla on the streets consistently. You could ask someone if they knew a neighbor with a linkion for dank weed, but the linkion could “dry up” at any point if someone gets sketched out plus starts ghosting you when you request weed again. On top of that, it’s not always disinfect weed plus can absorb a number of contaminants during its time in transit, wherever it goes. That’s why I’m glad to pay higher prices for legal weed as it’s all lab took care of in my state.

 

 

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