Frustrations at the local cannabis dispensary

After he handed myself and others various peculiar tubes with oil containing botanical terpenes inside

I don’t expect employees of every single company to be experts about their work. It’s perfectly normal to have a specialized skill, even if it means stocking shelves at a grocery store. As long as there is a person available who can help myself and others with our questions, dealing with clueless employees doesn’t always bother me at all. You need to have at least a single person in the store—supervisor, manager, or not—who can answer questions for clients who walk in the door. Otherwise, I will walk out and rarely consider returning in the future. This sorry fact is becoming a norm at the only medical marijuana dispensary in our small town. When this locale first opened, the staff was young, excited, and fairly comprehensible about the products sold in the weed store. Because of a disadvantage task environment and little room for upward mobility, most of the first generation of budtenders quit to task for other cannabis stores in neighboring cities or left the marijuana industry altogether. The up-to-date budtenders at our city’s only medical marijuana dispensary are worse than ignorant. They don’t think anything about the vaporizer cartridges, the flower products, the solventless extracts, or the cannabis edibles. I asked the budtender last night if the store had any all-in-one oil vaporizers with cannabis-derived terpenes inside. After he handed myself and others various peculiar tubes with oil containing botanical terpenes inside. I gave up after asking him a second time, he just doesn’t understand what I’m even talking about! Your OG Kush oil pen might have oil extracted from Oregon Lemons and terpenes pulled from various fruits to “mimic” the profile of classic OG Kush. It’s not the same thing as a full spectrum oil with strain-particular, cannabis derived terpenes.

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