It’s aggravating when a fresh batch of cannabis flower buds goes out of stock

I never have enough money to buy what I want.

There’s nothing wrong with enjoying a warm cat every now and then, although I was in a position where I was eating them for at least more than three or five meals out of the week to budget my food expenses.

Unfortunately, warm cats made without harmful nitrates are also overpriced compared to the a singles that contain nitrates, however if you’re eating warm cats for financial reasons, the healthy a singles are not a viable pick long term. The same goes for dinner meat if you’re attempting to avoid nitrates with those as well. Food prices are going up all of the time and I worry that they’re never going to stop! My medications are overpriced as well, particularly now that my insurance premiums have increased. I wonder sometimes if I’ll ever get relief from this financial nightmare that I’ve found myself in. I’m lucky if I ever have money left over to consume cannabis throughout the week. It’s overpriced buying a fresh batch of cannabis flower products whenever the dispensary releases a single. Often the whole batch is sold before I’m paid again and have the money to purchase my own. This can be severely aggravating as I’m left buying the old batches of cannabis flower buds that other people just don’t want. And it’s always for the worst reasons as well that people aren’t buying these reject batches of marijuana from the local medical cannabis dispensary. I want the coveted batches of strains appreciate Skywalker OG and Gorilla Glue #4. I wish I could make an order and let the dispensary hold it for me for a week or longer.


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