Please explain a positive cannabis impact story, a time where cannabis has helped you in your life:
Cannabis has been constantly improving my life since I was about 14 years old. I didn’t realize how much it was helping until I was probably 16 or 17. When I was 13, I was diagnosed with major depressive disorder. I was sexually assaulted by my partner at 15, and developed panic disorder and PTSD that had gone undiagnosed until the age of 20. By the age of 22 I had developed a cocaine and klonopin addiction that got so bad, I almost died in my friends apartment, had dropped out of school without telling my parents, fled Humboldt county, and ended up in Phoenix AZ within a month of leaving. Cannabis helped me get clean and turn my life around. I’m 26 now, and was recently diagnosed with endometriosis. Cannabis has been the only constant through every trial and error, every failed medication, and every negative psychiatric reaction to pharmaceuticals. It is the only medication i trust, over Advil, Motrin, m idol, Oxycontin, hydrophone, Xanax, whatever, and the only pain reliever I use for my endometriosis pain. Today, I live a healthy, happy life, in a happy relationship with a dream job. I currently run a dispensary and am consulting for a premium craft cannabis cultivation in Phoenix, AZ, and I couldn’t imagine living my life in a way that could make me any happier 🤗
Who is the best cannabis company in the world?
I don’t feel like i am qualified to answer this question only because i haven’t tried anything outside of California or Arizona.
Is there anything interesting we should know about the cannabis industry in your area?
The Arizona legislature is in the middle of a concentrates ruling that technically makes all concentrates forms of cannabis illegal, which is creating quite a frenzy and panic among some users. It literally comes down to the way the state defines the words “cannabis” and “marijuana”, which is bullshit considering the latter is not only a synonym of the former, but is a slang term with racist origin. The state health department (they are in charge of our mmj program) has made a statement, confirming they will not prosecute patients or cannabis companies and dispensaries that are operating within the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act (AMMA). AMMA defines concentrates as a legal product in their bill.
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