10 Budtenders Share Stories From Their Highest Customers

When going to a cannabis dispensary, the same rules apply as going to the grocery store - "Don't shop while hungry." Don't go to a cannabis dispensary after consuming cannabis, because you will want to buy everything like you will want to eat everything. Budtenders everywhere have stories of customers coming in high, which they certainly don't recommend if you don't have a specific purchase in mind.  A budtender is the person behind the counter at a cannabis dispensary, there to help consumers choose which cannabis strains and products are best for their wants and needs, especially when high. Every dispensary is different with different strains, so budtenders are a valuable resource for both new and old consumers searching for the perfect cannabis product.

Civilized sat down with budtenders from all over Los Angeles to learn about cannabis culture and dispensaries in our weekly series Ask A Budtender. In this episode of the series, the budtenders share stories of costumers coming in high.

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On Flatbush Avenue, tucked amidst the nexus of four iconic Brooklyn neighborhoods (Park Slope, Boerum Hill, Fort Greene, and Prospect Heights), medical cannabis company Citiva opened up their newest location at the turn of the new year. Walking through the shiny glass door, you’re first struck by the sleek tidiness of the front lobby. Both the dispensary's resident pharmacist and receptionist greet visitors as they clear patients (as does any medical dispensary in the country) before allowing them through to the retail room.

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