I am a pharmacy tech, and I recently had a small interaction with a child and his mother that made me think. Unbeknownst to the 7 or 8-year-old child who came up to me about a Christmas window cling, he’s the subject of my story.
He walked up to the register, and placed a package of the window clings on the counter. He said, “Santa used to have a white belt-buckle. Did you get new ones from last year?”
His mother was trying to shush him, but I knew that his question would probably pop up again in the conversation if left unanswered. I didn’t know why Santa didn’t have a white belt-buckle.
So, I made up some thing about changes in manufacturing. I knew that he probably wasn’t going to fully comprehend it, but he seemed satisfied and nodded in contemplation. His mother laughed, and they purchased the window clings.
Every cannabis consumer knows that cannabis concentrate is nothing more than what its name implies. That is to say, it is concentrated cannabis. You may be wondering why I am explaining such a simple concept as this. I agree that this should go without saying but the laws in parts of the United States suggest otherwise. There are places in the U.S.