But since I have a medical marijuana card and already buy a lot of THC products, I don’t need an excuse to get my CBD products at a medical marijuana dispensary instead of a CBD store
I like to frequent local businesses if I can, especially with stores. We have the best local supermarket that gets many of the same products as the chain grocery stores but at better prices on sale. The trick is to shop their sales like a fiend to get the best possible prices throughout the month. They also offer an entire book full of coupons to use on their food and toiletry products. If you get there early enough in the morning, you can try one of their donuts while they’re fresh. As a huge donut fan, I hate to admit that I get them more than once a week. They’re so delicious that it’s easy to forget about your diet or desire to eat healthy. Another local business that I like a lot is the CBD store. It’s owned by a man who used to run a tobacco vape shop in this building a few prior. That business was successful so he transitioned into selling CBD and hemp products. As much as I like to give him my business, I have come to find that the CBD products at the medical cannabis dispensaries in my city are better, cheaper, and more diverse. You can get CBD products with more than 0.3% THC which is a huge benefit. Lots of people like to use CBD products with an equal amount of THC inside at a one to one ratio. But since I have a medical marijuana card and already buy a lot of THC products, I don’t need an excuse to get my CBD products at a medical marijuana dispensary instead of a CBD store. It’s easier and I can guarantee that my products were lab tested and don’t have any impurities in them. The cannabis rules and regulations in this state forbid medical cannabis companies from selling products without subjecting them to rigorous lab testing.