I first started visiting the cannabis dispensary for recreational purposes.

I enjoyed the selection of tasty edibles and pre-rolls and used them to relax on the weekends.

My reasons for buying cannabis changed after a motorcycle accident two years ago. A driver failed to yield right of way when making a left turn at a traffic light and smashed into my bike. I ended up with a punctured lung and an assortment of broken bones. Multiple surgeries left me with pins in my right knee, elbow and shoulder. After extensive physical therapy, I still found it difficult to get around without pain. I struggled to complete a workday, climb stairs, drive or even sleep at night. Most nights, I slept sitting up in a chair in my living room. I was unhappy with the side-effects of the prescription painkillers and very fortunate that the local dispensary includes delivery service. Making the drive, walking from the parking area and standing in line would be excruciating for me. I love that I can shop from home whenever it’s convenient. The dispensary website is always available and very easy to navigate. I can narrow my search by consumption method, category, price, weight, potency or effects. I can check out the daily deals, budtender recommendations and scroll through a huge selection of smokable flower, singles and packs of pre-rolls, refillable and disposable vapes, tinctures and topicals. Their collection of concentrates offer high THC levels and includes shatters, budders, live sauce, rosin, budder, waxes and diamonds. The menu of edibles is extremely impressive. I can pick from brownies, cookies, gummies, mints, hard candies, chocolates and beverages. There’s even ice cream, cooking oil and marinara sauces available.


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