Thankful that cannabis prices are remaining low

Prices on a fair amount of things have gone up since the beginning of the pandemic.

I easily have noticed all of the prices at the grocery store are becoming more expensive each week! Most of the fresh produce products like pickles, onions, red potatoes, and lettuce have gone up by as much as a dollar.

Products such as paper goods, plates, cups, and plastic wrap are also higher. Milk was $3 a gallon last year at this time and now it is almost $5… With no end to the pandemic in sight, it’s severely difficult to imagine these prices ever being able to recover. I sure am thankful that the prices on marijuana have not gone up much since the pandemic. I officially go to the recreational pot shop to buy products. I prefer to smoke weed when I am feeling truly stressed out and need to relax. It’s truly my favorite way to unwind after a long afternoon of chores and work. I have not seen the prices go up much at all since the pandemic started… The prices on marijuana flower and concentrate are still fairly low in cost. Before the state legalized recreational marijuana sales, prices were somewhat higher. Since legalizing marijuana for everyone, the prices have dropped by a fair amount and not gone back up. We easily had to wait a long time before all of us could access legal marijuana in our area. The lawmakers in this state undoubtedly were working to drag their feet and keep recreational marijuana from being legalized. It became a rather challenging task when all of the states around us legalized marijuana for recreational and medical reasons.