The alleged medical marijuana on the black market didn’t compare to what I get now

On top of that, cannabis flower products are best enjoyed when they are fresh

College was a mixed bag of both positive and negative experiences. I had small classes with professors that learned your name, but the social environment was suffocating at times. We had fewer students in the entire school than what I had in my public high school, but I guess that’s what I should have expected going to a liberal arts college. I didn’t think I was part of a clique, but it surely felt like that by the time I became a sophomore and noticed that there were distinct social webs that had formed within my space totally unbeknownst to me. I’d say one of the only positive things about college outside of my academic experience was the access to drugs like cannabis and psychedelics. I had a few friends back then who always knew the right people to get quality weed and mushrooms or acid. Nowadays I’m only interested in cannabis, but back then I was willing to experiment. Occasionally we got what was labeled as “medical marijuana,” but those batches paled in comparison to the actual medical cannabis that I get at medical marijuana stores in my state today. You can ask for top shelf marijuana strains that test out over 30% THC with up to 5 or 6% terpenes as well. A lot of people think that the THC level is the most important part, but as long as it is over 20% you should worry more about there being a high terpene percentage instead. On top of that, cannabis flower products are best enjoyed when they are fresh. Anything older than six months might be degraded and no longer as potent as fresh cannabis flower buds. It’s hard to get the freshest cannabis on the black market unless you know a grower personally.


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