Yesterday, I had a great time meeting the staff from Curaleaf at the First Canna-versary, hosted by The Healing Corner. I enjoyed some ice cream and rocked my Cannaversary t-shirt in celebration. Thank you for thinking of the patients, I think everyone had fun!!! I even scored some nice merch when I was there. See the pictures below.
It was nice to see some of the new Curaleaf products and get an insight into how they make their oils. I was excited to see that they started making e-juice for vapor pens! For those that already vape, you can now add it to your favorite non-medicated juice. I’m interested to see what they taste like, I can’t wait! Personally, I have not tried too many of their oils, since the Gold Vape cartridge. I remember the issues with the atomizer tank back then, but the new pens were completely redesigned to properly vaporize the medicine. Even though I had an issue with the old vape, the oil was amazing and was slammed packed with flavor. I can’t wait to try the new “pure” oil cartridges by Curaleaf . They are purely 100% cannabis oil.
I’m glad to see that more medibles are being made available as well. Being a father with two kids makes it hard for me to make edibles at the house. The smell gets too strong for my wife to accept when I bake. I made a tincture once and I thought my wife was going to kill me when she came downstairs. For me, a medible once in a while is an awesome treat. Let me tell you, Curaleaf has a chocolate covered bacon medible coming out this week and it is quite tasty. Definitely worth trying! Be on the lookout for some new Curaleaf reviews in the future.
Even with all the excitement, the highlight was being able to meet and talk to fellow patients. I was able to meet a few viewers which was really awesome to hear what people thought of the site.
By the way, if you haven’t seen the stain name listings yet, what are you waiting for? Click here. I like the ability to research my medicine prior to purchasing it. The DCP names are nice for the state, but not the patient as they can be confusing. I can find more research and patient reviews based on street names and genetics comparatively.