I just enjoy the people at the legal cannabis store, however calling it a cannabis dispensary sounds just a bit too clinical for what it means to me.
Given the fact that I deal with IBS, I know essentially everything about clinical settings! The nausea I experience comes from the aforementioned IBS.
I’ve been dealing with this for close to 10 years. I’ve seen so many medical professionals that I lost count. Honestly, this condition is not something that is straight-forward to cure or manage, but the fact that I was in all sorts of unusual clinical settings that led to so much disappointment is quite ironic. I’m finally finding relief from my nausea using cannabis flower products. I can’t actually believe that something as straight-forward as a natural weed is what finally gave me some relief. After all the medication I ended up taking, it was really nice not to have to put something synthetic in my body… Plus, I really appreciate the fact that I did not necessarily have to smoke the cannabis flower product but could take cannabis edibles as well. I go between using cannabis flower products in addition to the cannabis gummies I get from the legal weed store to manage my stressful condition. But the medical marijuana benefits for me have been quite remarkable. And it did not take legitimately long for this to be the case. I’m just super thankful that I learned how to get a medical marijuana card in addition to that I now have access to medical cannabis. That’s not the case for multiple others throughout this country who are having a lot of trouble with IBS symptoms. I’m not suggesting that medical marijuana is right for all the people out there. But every one of us should all have the option to explore whether there are medical marijuana benefits out there for each of us.