My sister told me she wanted some CBD products. She had severe arthritis in her feet and could barely walk, but CBD eased the pain. We talked about her getting a medical marijuana card, but she refused. She said that now they had recreational marijuana legalized in our state; she was going to the nearest marijuana store and ask for CBD gummies. I told her they sold them in the pharmacy, but she was sure they would be less expensive at the marijuana store than they were at the pharmacy. An hour later, we had been in the CBD store and we were heading to the pharmacy. She couldn’t believe how expensive CBD products were in the marijuana store. She wished we had CBD the same as a marijuana store, but I didn’t argue with her. We went back to the pharmacy, where she picked up a bottle of CBD gummies. I didn’t ask how much they were. The way she was grimacing, I was sure they were more expensive than she had hoped. Before we left, I asked the woman at the counter what kind of marijuana their CBD came from. When she said they were from hemp, I told my sister to get her money back. I had read that hemp CBD didn’t have the healing properties that were needed to help with her pain. We went back to the marijuana store where she picked up pain cream and gummies, and it cost just as much as the bottle of CBD gummies she was going to buy at the pharmacy.