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Old 05-07-2021, 02:34 PM
 
Location: Phoenix AZ
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FYI- Sent some down to ma, she cut one in half and did not like it at all so that'll save me from sneaking it through the mail to her. Funny enough she shared it with an acquaintance who it did wonders for and has a daughter in the Seattle area that will send to her.
The dispensary near me has (only a couple) edibles that feature 5mg of thc and 25mg of cbd per gummy.. The cbd with the thc really kicks butt for back pain. Most of the edibles at the dispensary by me don’t have the cbd, you gotta ask, and they run out of the “dual” ones sometimes.. Michigan has had recreational for over a year now, and the price has fallen by about half since the competition increased and the hoopla wore off.

I tried the cbd only edibles from a regular store & they didn’t seem to have the same effect. One great thing about legalization is that the stuff at the pot store has every batch tested for actual content, so you’re actually getting whatever you pay for.
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Old 05-08-2021, 01:08 PM
 
Location: Seattle
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The dispensary near me has (only a couple) edibles that feature 5mg of thc and 25mg of cbd per gummy.. The cbd with the thc really kicks butt for back pain. Most of the edibles at the dispensary by me don’t have the cbd, you gotta ask, and they run out of the “dual” ones sometimes.. Michigan has had recreational for over a year now, and the price has fallen by about half since the competition increased and the hoopla wore off.

I tried the cbd only edibles from a regular store & they didn’t seem to have the same effect. One great thing about legalization is that the stuff at the pot store has every batch tested for actual content, so you’re actually getting whatever you pay for.
I haven't found much legitimate research on CBD/THC combo's but I commonly read that THC does help enhance CBD benefits.
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Old Yesterday, 07:25 PM
 
Location: On the "Left Coast", somewhere in "the Land of Fruits & Nuts"
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Yeah, it's about time the state 'caught up' with the rest of the west coast! As a relative newbie to AZ, having relocated a couple years ago from those 'ebil librul' states CA & WA State, was surprised to find it was still illegal here. But what I noticed most, at least up here in uber-conservative Mohave County, was how much stuff like weed and DUI violations seemed to be used to convert a lotta the local 'scoflaws' into 'cash cows' for the county and state,where they just keep milking 'em forever for court costs & fines, 'overdue' payments & late fees, assorted 'administrative fees', etc., which usually add up to a 'yuge' chunka cash... though naturally they also encourage 'em to use their friendly 'time payment plans'!

BTW, anybody know if the bill also included any extra funds for drug counseling or 'treatment' programs, which is usually necessary for any kinda 'liberalization' of local drug laws?
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Old Today, 09:22 AM
 
Location: Gilbert, AZ
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Yeah, it's about time the state 'caught up' with the rest of the west coast! As a relative newbie to AZ, having relocated a couple years ago from those 'ebil librul' states CA & WA State, was surprised to find it was still illegal here. But what I noticed most, at least up here in uber-conservative Mohave County, was how much stuff like weed and DUI violations seemed to be used to convert a lotta the local 'scoflaws' into 'cash cows' for the county and state,where they just keep milking 'em forever for court costs & fines, 'overdue' payments & late fees, assorted 'administrative fees', etc., which usually add up to a 'yuge' chunka cash... though naturally they also encourage 'em to use their friendly 'time payment plans'!

BTW, anybody know if the bill also included any extra funds for drug counseling or 'treatment' programs, which is usually necessary for any kinda 'liberalization' of local drug laws?
Were you having a stroke while typing this?
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Old Today, 10:02 AM
 
Location: On the "Left Coast", somewhere in "the Land of Fruits & Nuts"
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Oo-oh, sounds like somebody's still kinda 'sore' here from 'previous' encounters... perhaps they could use a bit of lightening up themselves... ;-p
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