But this was not consistently the case, & often we were forced to smoke moldy marijuana or buds that were obviously grown with pesticides at 1 point or another.
When I fantasized about legal cannabis in school, I never thought about the possibilities of a bureaucratic eveningmare besieging our state’s eventual legal weed program. Instead, I would look at the photos of cannabis plants in high times magazine with a look of awe on our face & full of hope that I’d have access to the best weed in the world once it became legal in our area. At the time we had no choice but to buy it from local growers on the black market. Very little of it at 1 point was coming from out west where it was legal at the time. There were a lot of new home growers who had hydroponic setups in their garages & spare kitchens while trying to evade police detections for a number of years. Some of the weed we bought from these local black market growers is almost as good as the legal cannabis that I buy from dispensaries nowadays. But this was not consistently the case, & often we were forced to smoke moldy marijuana or buds that were obviously grown with pesticides at 1 point or another. I was so focused on cannabis legalization for the sake of it that I failed to consider possible downside side effects of the legalization process. Your marijuana industry’s success in your state is going to depend on how it is set up by your state government. Even the “best” marijuana industries out west are being stymied by too several state taxes that are leaving cannabis users more financially burdened than ever before. I should be happy that we don’t have these cannabis taxes here, but we have rules that force us to keep products in original containers with their printed labels when we transport our weed from our new home to another.