I have a friend named Richard who I’ve known since my second year of college.
He used to smoke weed with a mutual friend named Matthew, and we slowly started talking to one another and hanging out before and after classes.
Richard was studying Literature at the time while I was an Economics student. We had one single class together which was Medieval Philosophy of all things, where we read Thoms Aquinas and Augustine of Hippo among others. However, we would often hang out after class at friends’ rooms or in one of our own. Richard was a huge fan of cannabis and he wasn’t shy about letting people know this. He smoked joints whenever he wasn’t in class and was eager to hand out his powerful marijuana edibles whenever he baked them in the student kitchen. He loves eating strong cannabis edibles, even to this day. Now you can just buy a syringe of oil like RSO for instance, which is extremely potent and high in terpenes, and put it in frosting without heating it. Since it’s already orally active, you can throw it in virtually anything to mask the taste. Cannabis oil is probably the most popular marijuana product because if it’s not consumed as is, it is used as the base ingredient for a horde of other cannabis products available in dispensaries nationwide. Cannabis vaporizer pens have marijuana oil in their little cartridge tanks. Cannabis candies and gummies are often made with high THC cannabis distillate oil while tinctures are often made from the same exact thing. Cannabis oils make up a huge portion of the marijuana industry.