In the city everything comes through the cannabis dispensary, which usually means it is developed and cultivated in a lab or a grow room
I have had to make a few adjustments to my lifestyle after the big move. I am in a new city, in a new state, a thousand miles away from the place I was born and raised. My job sent me here, with a big promotion and a huge raise, so I couldn’t turn it down. Besides, I was eager to get out of that small town and experience more of what the world had to offer. My new city is bright, busy, and bustling, with a thousand things to do at any time of the day or night. On the other hand, I have to admit the cannabis here is not nearly as good as it was back home. I think it all comes down to what I call the “homegrown factor.” Back in that small town there were no cannabis dispensaries, so everything we smoked had to be grown locally. I knew a few different people who grew marijuana plants, and they all produced tasty and delightful strains. In the city everything comes through the cannabis dispensary, which usually means it is developed and cultivated in a lab or a grow room. I know that these cannabis experts are the best in the world, but their strains lack that “homegrown factor.” Weed just tastes better when it’s grown outside, under natural sunlight, with rain and organic soil, instead of inside a cold, antiseptic cannabis laboratory. I have even reached out to some of my old friends to see if they were willing to mail me some of their homegrown cannabis.