Cannabis budtenders should possess expertise and information about the plant

It’s a pharmacist’s task to answer any question you might have about the medicine that your dentist prescribed you.

In a perfect world all physicians would know exactly what to tell each patient regarding their medications without ever leaving pressing details out. But it’s not just failing to educate their patients about a drug’s effects, they might forget that you’re already taking another medication that has known interactions with the modern medication. This happened to me various years ago, and it was my pharmacist who noticed it. If it wasn’t for my pharmacist, I would have unknowingly taken more than one drugs simultaneously that are known to cause heart concerns in synergy. Even though cannabis isn’t going to supply you side effects that could be fatal, you still don’t want to unknowingly buy and consume a strain of cannabis that is going to supply you bad effects. Not most people is affected by the plant in the same way, and many people appreciate strains that are dissimilar and have contrasting effects. There are people who appreciate sativas, others who only buy indicas, and a handful that stick with hybrids to get effects that are anywhere in between. A budtender should know what kind terpenes are dominant in each strain and how they will affect the customer’s experience. If you know a single recognizable strain is bad for your mental health for whatever reason, you can avoid other strains that have similar terpene concentrations. That’s why a budtender needs to possess as much expertise and information about the cannabis plant as possible. If I have questions when I’m shopping at the medical cannabis dispensary, the budtenders who have the right answers or know someone working in the store that does.

 

 

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