The cheap outdoor sativa was just as nice as the expensive product

I rolled a couple of marijuana joints from each one of the bags and then I had the guys do a random test between each one of the strange

I told my friends that there is absolutely no reason to buy expensive top-shelf flour and they laughed. They thought I was being ridiculous. They absolutely believed that the top shelf flower products were superior to the cheaper products that can be purchased in the cannabis shop. I told my friends that we could go to the cannabis shop and have a test. We purchased two different types of sativa flower. We actually decided to get the same strain. One was an outdoor grown flower testing at 22% THC. The buds looked ragged and they didn’t really have a pretty color. The eighth of outdoor grown flower was only $16. We also purchased a Blue Dream sativa strain from the top shelf products. We chose an eighth of indoor grown marijuana flower that had 24% THC. The buds were large and fluffy and covered in crystals. They look much nicer than the cheaper outdoor grow and flower. This eighth of indoor growing flower was $56. The product was almost four times as much money. We went back to the apartment to test my theory. I rolled a couple of marijuana joints from each one of the bags and then I had the guys do a random test between each one of the strange. Even though the outdoor flower was cheaper, it still packed quite a punch when we smoked the whole joint. The cheap outdoor sativa seemed just as nice as the expensive product and most of my friends agreed. There were only a couple of guys that wouldn’t budge.

 

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