My first job was washing dishes in a commercial kitchen.
One of my coworkers was this 40-year-old man who was a functioning alcoholic who would frequently show up to work fairly drunk.
I couldn’t judge him because he was one of the fastest dishwashers, even when he was intoxicated. It’s strange for me to think about it, but I actually preferred working with him over many of my other coworkers who either had bad attitudes or were just too slow at the job. She also had an MP3 player that he would load with music and listen to while doing his job. It wasn’t too bad working with him as long as we were scheduled on a major holiday where there would be a backlog of dishes to wash and then he’d start to freak out so much that we’d get behind immediately. Recently I hate too much THC in a large cannabis edible and was high the next day for work after waking up almost as high as I was when I went to bed. RSO stands for Rick Simpson Oil and it’s made by washing cannabis in a solvent like ethanol or everclear and then straining out the plant matter before purging the solvent with heat. After all of the solvent is purged, you’re left with a dark and thick cannabis oil that is full of cannabinoids, terpenes, fats, and lipids that are often lost in the cannabis oil distillation process. That’s why RSO is often more potent than other kinds of cannabis edibles. I quickly learned this the hard way and will be much more careful with RSO cannabis oil in the future.