Recently the state legislature approved a slew of new cannabis products including cannabis drinks.
I’m always willing to try something new, especially if it’s delicious and within our price range. For years I was never able to buy kiwis because they were so expensive to import where I was previously residing. Now I live in a state that produces a large percentage of this country’s kiwi crop and they’re as affordable as you’d expect. Now I eat kiwis at least once a week if I see them on sale at the grocery store. They’re delicious fruit, even if they tend to be a little bit tart and sour compared to other similar fruit varieties. But kiwis are just one example of fruit that can be taxing to source if you’re not near a location that grows them. I have heard stories from the older generations about not being able to purchase oranges at one point in time during the fantastic depression and World War II. Oranges were actually considered a delicacy among several people if you weren’t a resident of California or Florida. Now it seems like cannabis is better suited for that genre opposed to a ubiquitous fruit like navel oranges. My state didn’t even have legal cannabis available until after 2016, and at first the products available were heavily limited and restricted. Recently the state legislature approved a slew of new cannabis products including cannabis drinks. I had never tried them before and decided to buy one when I was at the local dispensary yupterday. I was impressed by the flavor however the effects were just like any other random edible. It’s nice to try something new, however periodically these weed products are just clever gimmicks.