There are a ridiculous amount of options now. Good luck to you! I'd be interested to know what you end up choosing....I'm going to try CBD again. I tried it for the first time last year, but I couldn't stand the taste of the oil. I looked and there are loads of new products out now. I saw that you can buy vegan gummies.
I expect it's much easier now than when I tried 15 years or so years ago, when I lived in Saginaw... in very small closet... with a triad of long fluorescent tube-lights that I rigged up by coat-hangers. Maybe I shouldn't be admitting this, but f*ck it... I'm a straight-up kinda gal (I don't appreciate ******** from others, I can't accept it from myself).... and, hey, I had to try it once!I've always thought it would be fun to grow a pot plant.
Don't give up hope! Seriously... we were just saying a couple hours ago, with stunned looks on our faces, how we never thought we'd see this in Michigan in our lifetimes.... But it's happening! I mean, despite all this water around us, we are not a blue state. We're purple at best. This is a huge move. And I think certain states (like MI) were sort of sitting back to see what happened with legalization in other, much more liberal states. Economy boosted? Jobs & businesses added? Maybe fix these horrendous f*cking roads & pathetic schools within the next few years? Hell, yes!!No weed for Ohio with DeWine as governor .
I just can't believe it . I'd have rather kept Kasich
I use it for entertainment/recreation. its cheaper, and healthier than alcohol.I'm from Miami and it was only two years ago that marijuana was finally legalized. I always had depression and marijuana helped me cope with it, it was not difficult to get it before, but there was not always a variety that suited me best. I was always nervous about the fact that I can fine and arrest you. And so I often took the legal supplement maeng da kratom, which also helped me cope with depression and anxiety. Now I am satisfied that I can safely use marijuana and choose the variety that I want. In my opinion, the main thing is that people do not use marijuana as a means for entertainment but as a medicine.
I live in Canada where it is legal, I still have to buy it illegally though.As a resident of the United States, I'm mainly concerned about marijuana use and laws in my own country, but I don't want to restrict any debate about pot to the US. If you live elsewhere, feel free to discuss the status of marijuana use and laws where you live, and your opinions thereof.
1. Is medical marijuana legal where you live? Do you think it should be? What about elsewhere?
2. Is recreational pot legal where you live? Should it be? What about elsewhere?
3. Is the war against marijuana a failure that harshly penalizes the wrong people?
4. Will legalizing and regulating recreational pot do any damage to the drug cartels?
5. How do you feel about pot-enhanced food products?
6. Have you ever used pot? Do you currently use pot? (feel free to skip this if it makes you uncomfortable to be open about it)
7. Anyone else you know ever use or currently use pot? (feel free to skip this if it makes you uncomfortable to be open about it)
8. Do you think that the legalization of recreational pot in Washington State and Colorado is a good thing or a bad thing? Do you think that it's only the beginning, and further legalization in other US states is inevitable? Do you think there's a chance that legalization of pot in Washington and Colorado could ultimately be deemed a failure and be reversed?
9. What do you think about the pot laws where you live?
10. How do you feel about coverage of marijuana in the mainstream media and the MSM's depiction of those who use it, often as thugs and criminals (e.g. Michael Brown)?