Finding the strains I desire can be difficult

Everybody likes something different, especially with alcohol.

When I was in college, I was a beer fan, my roommate drank liquor, my girlfriend drank sweetened vodka, and the friends of ours living down the hall bought hard cider and hard lemonade more often than not.

And of course, I can’t forget the guys that always threw parties with boxed wine that was sourced fairly cheaply. There were enough parties with kegs or bottles of liquor, but there was usually some kind of selection to choose from. That’s why I stuck with beer because the effects in my mind were the most desirable. It felt like a “full spectrum” buzz opposed to hard liquor that feels different. Oddly enough, there are also different subcategories of cannabis strains that determine the expected effects, roughly speaking. Usually sativas are used for mental stimulation and indicas are favored for their calming effects. Any mix of strains from those categories usually results in a hybrid, but not always. If I stop by my local dispensary on a random afternoon, there are always more indica strains available regardless of whether or not you’re purchasing cannabis flower products, capsules, oils, or tinctures. I wish I could find a great sativa to help me during my hectic work days at home. Since indicas usually yield more buds than sativas, it’s economically pragmatic to grow more of them than their stimulating counterparts. Another reason they’re so popular is due to how some people react to sativa strains by contrast. I know that I’m in the minority when it comes to racy sativas, because some complain about too much anxiety while I just feel energy and euphoria.


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