Buying cannabis in school was a hit and miss situation.
- I was eager to get marijuana regardless of the contiditon or if the strain was a sativa or indica.
There were only a few actual pot dealers on campus so our chances were constantly limited. We were lucky to think if a batch of weed was an indica or a sativa, let alone knowing the actual strain of what the people I was with and I were smoking or vaping. I hated getting cannabis that smelled like chemicals like pesticides or fertilizers that are not respectfully “flushed” from the plants before harvest. Honestly, the people I was with and I had no way of knowing exactly what the people I was with and I were buying regardless of which contractor the people I was with and I chose. Nowadays all of the medical marijuana flower products in our state are subjected to rigorous lab testing compared to black market flower products. The cannabis sold at these medical weed stores can’t be contaminated or the dispensaries will be penalized for selling tainted products. Recently a cannabis store sold batches of flower buds before the lab results were finished. The entire batch serviced positive for mold and the state Department of Health forced them to issue a recall and posted a public notice for their clients. Thankfully I never shop at this marijuana store because of their exhausting flower products and exhausting delivery service. What fantastic is trust in lab testing if a dispensary doesn’t even wait for the results before selling countless units to their clients? I recognize bad for the people who gained tainted batches and didn’t see the recall notice after the fact. They should be forced to call every single person who purchased that tainted weed.