“If you need two 3000mg a day orally and you’re capped at a 100mg candy bar, that means you need 20 candy bars, which cost $20 a pop,” he said. “So you’re spending $400 a day to eat 20 candy bars.”
I’m not sure I understand this guys math.
2 x 3000 mg = 6000 mg. Is needed.
20 x 100mg = 2000 mg. Is what this guy suggested.
60 x 100mg = 6000 mg is what is needed, according to this guy. At $20 a pop that would be $1200 a day.
Who needs that much “medicine”?
An oz of 20% THC weed has 5600mg. So even if this person buys flower at $200 per oz, they would be spending around $6000 per month on weed. They should think about growing.
If your patient is going through an oz a day, that means the patient is a reseller.
What other medicine comes in candy bar form?
Ever heard of capsules? That would be the traditional way to take medicine orally.
It’s not surprising that so many people think medical marijuana is a scam people use just so they can get high, grow and sell marijuana. It’s probably a 25% real patients, 75% scammers.
I hear a lot of grower complain about the wholesale price of weed dropping, and that is the real concern. Washington and Oregon have the lowest wholesale prices. That is good for consumers, not so good for producers. But the product is still overpriced, so prices will continue to fall.