Article by Growth Op
Remember when you were first learning to drive? You spent hours listening to a teacher explain everything about road safety and how cars work, but it wasn’t until you actually got behind the wheel that you really began to understand how to be a safe driver. That kind of education, often called “experiential learning,” is how most people pick up new skills and information and incorporate them into their daily lives. Similarly, you never took a class on how to use your smartphone: you learned from watching other people, asking friends for their advice, and through trial and error.
It’s exactly the same in the world of weed, which is why one-on-one conversations with certified budtenders can be so useful in developing the expertise you need to purchase and enjoy cannabis.
It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the choices in the cannabis world. THC versus CBD? Sativa versus Indica — or hybrids? Edibles or flowers? There is an infinite number of options, and even the most experienced user can be a bit intimidated by all of the varieties. And that doesn’t even get into esoteric topics such as terpenes or slush-versus-oils that can make it difficult to feel confident in one’s purchasing choice. No wonder so many people feel frustrated when they buy cannabis!