An actual family-run dispensary opens pretty darn close to Boston
Talking Joints Memo
As for the kind of goods I am here to advocate for, a product category often relegated to a single small shelf in the display at your favorite dispensary, I’m thrilled to report that they are still clear for takeoff.
"The hardest part of being an entrepreneur is recognizing something isn’t working and changing course."
“We have been running with very little capital, so the less wait we have, the better chance to compete in a market that was initially set up against us.”
In their premiere issue, cannabis was used as a way to relieve stress and, at one point, help soothe the pain of a zombie bite. The opening page also features a list of resources concerning medicinal marijuana, drug addiction, and suicide.
Considering that models it produces diligently do every last thing that products that cost literally six times more can do, it’s no surprise that they are becoming increasingly ubiquitous.
As for the sensation, it really is a microscopic mist, and you can feel it seeping into all of that impressionable real estate in the back of your throat and under your tongue.
As for their effect on me, like I said, my body’s too polluted to tell, but I did replace my regular once-daily dosage of preemptive Advil with these, and I didn’t seem to have any more or less headaches, or really any headaches at all.
I didn’t go to Colorado for the weed, but if I had it would have been worth it—even from Boston
Music and arts fest took over Spencer Fairgrounds for trailblazing display of cannabis and community