The pharmacist at the medical marijuana dispensary told me I should have no reaction to the CBD.
It would help to ease the pain and allow me to continue with my daily chores with no side effects.
It took me over a month to get my medical marijuana card, but I was finally holding it in my hand. I considered not getting medical marijuana, but the doctor was so sure it was going to help me. I wanted to make sure I was using it properly, and was glad when the pharmacist came out to talk to me before I had to talk to a budtender. I would have been confused over what they had and what they needed. What surprised me the most was that the pharmacist didn’t know what I was getting medical marijuana for? I had to explain about my pain and how I didn’t want any side effect. I explained that the CBD I had been using would make me sleepy. She tried to tell me there had to be a small amount of THC, but I told her there wasn’t. When she brought out a THC product the pharmacist recommended, I wasn’t happy. I told her I wanted CBD and not THC. I think I was making her angry, but I didn’t care. I didn’t want to get high, but I wanted some comfort. I asked for the pharmacist to come to the counter so I could talk to him. I told him I had considered CBD with some THC, but I didn’t want a full THC product with just a hint of CBD because of the side effects.