There are a large number of different cannabis strains on the market these days, but I rarely had access to them when I was younger. I’m from a state that only just recently legalized cannabis for medical use. It took us three attempts at putting medical cannabis on the ballot before we passed a law legalizing it. The first two times we got nearly 60% of the vote but just fell short by the exact percentage amount that we needed. I was ecstatic when we finally reached the 60% threshold by going over 72% in total, which also sent a clear message to the opposition that a large majority of the state was in favor of legalizing medical cannabis, once and for all. Unfortunately, the mostly conservative state legislature put a lot of road blocks in place to “regulate” medical cannabis and these obstacles have made it harder for the program to naturally evolve and grow in the ways it does in other states. In other states the marijuana growers go after a variety of different cannabis genetics, but most of the growers in this state are obsessed with cake and cookie related cannabis genetics. I love strains like Gorilla Glue #4, Dutch Hawaiian, and AK-47, but they’re not so easy to find in my home state. I had to get these while I was on vacation out west in one of the states that has recreational cannabis dispensaries. They definitely had more products available than what we’re allowed to buy over here in our medical cannabis dispensaries. I wish growers here would take more risks with classic strains that might not be as easy to grow as others.