My best friend has had an exciting job history since we both finished high school.
When I went off to college, he decided to attend a local trade school. I was a literature major while he was in culinary school dreaming of becoming an apprentice to a master chef. He kept learning more about food, even after he graduated from culinary school and started working underneath chefs in a prestigious restaurant located in our city’s bustling downtown district. By the time I finished undergraduate school, my job prospects looked rather slim while my friend had already paid off all of his debt. He had these exciting plans about learning the skills behind cannabis oil extraction from the professionals in the field. In his freetime he had read extensively about marijuana. He learned how it’s cultivated and prepared for various forms of use or routes of administration. He told me that distillate oil and other cannabis extracts are what always got his attention. His favorite form of cannabis to consume is full spectrum shatter. Apparently the best strains give a serious punch when you vaporize highly potent cannabis oil shatter. But it’s not the easiest endeavor making a cannabis extract that is the consistency of hard candy when it is at room temperature. So many cannabis extracts are either runny at room temperature or have a clay-like texture. Now that it has been 10 years since my friend entered the cannabis cultivation industry, he now is renowned for his work with CBD extraction. The CBD boom has given him a near endless source of business and demand in his services.