Growing cannabis is no easy task, either, it is surprisingly work intensive
I am pushing 50 years old, so most of my memories of smoking pot are of the elicit variety. In the last five or ten years the legalization process has been sweeping the nation, but this is all still very new to me. My whole life up until now was about finding a way to get weed, because it was always so hard to find. I even tried growing my own more than a few times, just to have a supply on hand. All of those memories grow increasingly vague, now that there are cannabis dispensaries all over town, and almost anyone can get legal weed. Thank goodness for that, because quite frankly I have neither the patience nor the skill to grow quality cannabis. Some people think that all it takes to grow marijuana is to plant seeds and then water them, or maybe turn on a sun lamp. That’s what I thought, too, until trying it out and realizing the results were weak and ineffectual cannabis not even worthy of smoking. When you invest all that time into some cannabis and it turns out that poorly, it’s very discouraging. I am thankful to have the new cannabis dispensary in town, because it was too much work to grow my own, and now I don’t have to. Growing cannabis is no easy task, either, it is surprisingly work intensive. Growing the marijuana plants is just part of the process, because then they had to be cut and dried in order to be in a form ready to be smoked.