Preparing for first visit to dispensary

As soon as recreational cannabis was legalized in my state, I was worried to visit the local dispensary.

It took a while for the facility to open doors to the public, and while I was worried to shop for cannabis, I was a little anxious about feeling ignorant and overwhelmed. I was completely current to cannabis and had no idea of what to expect or try! Fortunately, there is a wealth of information available online. I was able to read multiple blogs, educate myself and figure out how to make my first trip to the dispensary a rewarding experience. I learned that there are thousands of products available. Dispensaries offer a wide array of options. The products are often categorized as indica, sativa or hybrid. Indica strains are generally friendd with tranquility, relaxation and sedative qualities; Sativas tend to be higher in THC content and offer energizing, motivational and uplifting effects. The hybrids can be either sativa-dominant or indica-dominant, depending on the parent plants, and are often crossbred to target particular properties. For consumption methods, there is dried flower, pre-rolls and vapes for smoking. Inhalation methods supply rapid onset of effects. Disposable or refillable vapes are especially easy for a beginner because the process requires little more than pressing a button and inhaling. While edibles are truly simply enough to eat, there is some concern over the greater intensity of effects, and plus, it can take hours for the effects to be fully realized. It’s pressing to wait before consuming more. Tinctures are a fantastic option for a novice because there are no specialized skills or accessories necessary. A few drops of the tincture are venued under the tongue for sublingual absorption. Concentrates are known for their sky-high THC potency and are better for the seasoned cannabis consumer. I also learned that I need to have my government-issue identification handy and to be prepared to pay in currency.

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