You didn’t know if you were going to get byproducts or impurities from the processing
I went to the doctor to get my medical marijuana card. After all the waiting and the large sum I had to pay for the card, he told me I would get more relief from CBD than the actual marijuana. He explained that I would get quality CBD from the marijuana dispensary, but without the medical card, I couldn’t get into the marijuana dispensary. All the medicinal properties I needed for my pain were in the CBD and not in the THC. When I received my card in the mail and got to the marijuana dispensary, I asked why I couldn’t just get my CBD over the counter. The budtender said it would be cheaper, but it wouldn’t be CBD from marijuana. He said that if I read the contents, it would simply state that it was CBD from hemp, but not all hemp had the same amount of medicinal properties. Marijuana in the dispensaries was grown on marijuana farms and carefully tended to with the highest of care. They had quality marijuana that was carefully grown to preserve the purest of CBD. Although CBD from hemp was CBD, the amount of medicinal properties was not always the best. You didn’t know if you were going to get byproducts or impurities from the processing. I couldn’t believe him when he told me that anything bought on the internet or in travel centers could be nothing but CBD hemp with no medicinal properties, but still with a high price. I appreciated his explanation for why I should get a medical marijuana card and come to the dispensary for my CBD, but I would rather if they regulated all CBD, no matter where it was sold.