It was seriously exciting when I tried marijuana for the first time ever.
At once it was both unbelievable and beyond the actual expectations I could have had at the time.
Before long, I was using it on a daily basis. But getting cannabis back then was not so easy compared to modern times. My state has medical weed stores in every county these afternoons, however in college we basically had to purchase it from the most corrupt individuals possible. I honestly recall buying a quarter pound of nasty brick weed once from a couple of gangsters during the night. That’s one of those situations where I was genuinely convinced that I was going to get robbed and the spit beat out of me. Although we managed to come out of the meeting without any issues, I didn’t get all that I paid for. Needless to say, I never tried to purchase cannabis again in such a way. A friend at college started getting it from his hometown and it was abruptly easier to smoke good quality flower buds. Now that it so happens to be legal, I’m cheerful that it’s straight-forward for me to obtain, however frustrated at how overly challenging it is to operate a medical weed store in my state. Every one of us has state-imposed vertical integration on cannabis companies, meaning you have to operate from seed to sale. Regrettably, there aren’t separate growing companies and retail spots, each store has to be its sole dealer. Also, there are relatively strict lab testing guidelines that all of the weed stores have to follow. Some of the recreational weed store states have far more enjoyable rules and regulations on their legal weed industry.