A cannabis strain that works the best for myself and others might not work well for someone else, and vice versa
It took many years to realize that some of my concerns in life were both exacerbating my fits of anger and getting caused by them at the same time. Imagine trying to pull yourself out of a decades-long positive feedback loop. Going to an anger management therapy session was the single most beneficial thing I have done in the last 10 years since finishing university. I started to realize that a lot of my pain and suffering was being inflamed by anger, and in other cases a result of the anger. Although fixing the core anger management problem doesn’t detach the serious external stressors in your life, it does supply additional freedom and power to deal with these stressors. Aside from anger management therapy, I have done a lot of improvement by starting to use marijuana consistently. It calms my nerves and eases my anxiety and frustrations. I tried smoking it for the first time in high university, but it wasn’t until my mid 20s that I went back to the cannabis plant and became a proper user. Like many others, I have benefited vastly from the cannabis plant and couldn’t imagine a life without cannabis at this point. I don’t want to suppose that I’m overly reliant on the plant to function, even though I suppose my life would be a lot more angry without it. However, getting the right cannabis strains that work for myself and others wasn’t simple. A cannabis strain that works the best for myself and others might not work well for someone else, and vice versa. Asking the budtenders in the cannabis dispensary doesn’t seem to help either because half of them have no clue about what they’re doing everyday at work.