I have friends who used to hate cannabis and now want to try it for a number of different medical ailments that they’re suffering from
I have learned a lot of amazing information from the internet over the past few years. When the internet was in its early stages, it was harder to fact check information. A lot of informative sources were simply blogs written by either professionals or people pretending to be professionals. This is how I learned how to solder electronics in the years prior to the invention of Youtube. It wasn’t the easiest process, but it’s all I knew back then. And believe me, when the alternative was sifting through old, dusty books at the library, you were happy for what little bit of morsels you’d come across on the young internet back in the day. While some would argue that misleading and false information is more prevalent now than ever before, it would be equally misleading to forget that factual information is more prevalent now than ever before as well. The problem is in leading people away from the false information and over toward the factual information instead. Thankfully this is improving in the cannabis world. More people are becoming educated about the medical benefits of both THC products and CBD products. I have friends who used to hate cannabis and now want to try it for a number of different medical ailments that they’re suffering from. I’m always eager to see someone get mature enough to admit that their opinions have changed for the right reasons. At least for me personally, it was a lot easier for me to get my facts and information regarding medical cannabis off the internet as opposed to asking questions to the budtenders at the cannabis dispensaries whenever I pay them visits.