For some reason the local cannabis dispensaries mostly have indica strains for sale

We have definitely come a long way in this state’s medical cannabis program since it started in early 2017.

We had a few companies operating as mere CBD producers for a few years prior and they were the first dispensaries available when medical marijuana was legalized in 2016.

Although there is a massive amount of corruption associated with the establishment of this state’s medical cannabis industry and the companies that got preferential treatment illegally, I’ll leave that to the many open FBI investigations and federal court cases that are unfolding as we speak. Instead, all I can really focus my attention on are the cannabis products available at the local dispensaries near me. I just wish there was a better selection, especially when there are so many strains in the global cannabis industry. There are famous strains developed in Europe and even the Middle East these days, so there aren’t legitimate excuses about having a lack of good genetics to choose from. I know that indica strains are often quicker at flowering and will produce higher yields of usable cannabis in the end, but that shouldn’t stop marijuana grower’s from producing a good selection of sativa strains as well. When all of the local cannabis dispensaries almost exclusively have indica strains for sale, it makes me frustrated. Indica strains are fantastic right before bed, but I can’t function on an indica during the day when I need to work and function like a normal human being. I would be willing to pay a little bit more if it meant a steady supply of quality sativa strains like Durban Poison, Lemon Haze, and Hawaiian.

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