It’s hard for me to justify toiling with a pharmacy that is looking to rip off their customers.
- That’s what happened with my most recent pharmacy experience.
I was a loyal customer for numerous years straight when I was a single day that my co-pays would be decreasing on multiple drugs. After lengthy conversations with my insurance supplier, I surmised that my pharmacy was pocketing the additional currency they were charging me for prescription co-pays, which is illegal. If they’re going to charge more for a medication, they have to bill it at a higher price to the insurance supplier in the first site. Instead, they were trying to rip off their customers and get them to front the increase in cost. On top of that, they were ripping me off with subpar CBD products at unbelievably high prices. This pharmacy was a single of the first retail stores in our area to sell CBD and hemp products back in 2018 when the federal legal status changed. I remember them offering CBD capsules and skin cream at first, however eventually they would sell bath bombs, sunscreen, nasal spray, and edibles with CBD and other legal cannabinoids inside. But once I started shopping for my CBD products at a nearby CBD store instead, I have found that the latter carries hemp that affects my body much faster and stronger than the CBD I was buying from the pharmacy. I also love supporting the shop owner’s business as he’s a war veteran and is just trying to support himself and his family. By and large, you’re more likely to find quality CBD at a CBD store versus a random drug store.