She told me it was a full-spectrum product, but I didn’t know what that meant.

I was talking to the budtender at the medical marijuana dispensary last week.

We were discussing different products they had recently gotten in the dispensary.

I wanted to know what the difference was in the products. He said one product was a full-spectrum marijuana product. I knew nothing about full-spectrum marijuana and asked what that meant. A full spectrum marijuana product usually refers to a CBD product that has many of the compounds still intact and has a scant amount of THC that is equal to or better than 0.3%. I asked if that was a full-spectrum marijuana product, what was the broad-spectrum marijuana product? He said that like the full-spectrum, there are still many components such as terpenes, still in the product. The biggest change is that there is no THC in the product. I wasn’t sure what I was going to choose, but to be honest, I still had no idea what they budtender was talking about. I tried to figure everything out, but I was more lost than when I started asking the questions. I bought nothing from the marijuana dispensary, but I went home and go online. I was hoping to find out more information on my own, and go into the marijuana dispensary already well informed. I felt that when I could go into the medical marijuana dispensary and know what I was asking for, then I should be okay to make a purchase. I wouldn’t buy a a prescription medicine unless I was sure what I was putting in my body, and I would not purchase a marijuana product without knowing what it was before going into my body.



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