Monday – Friday 8:00 – 5:00 Closed for lunch 12:00 – 1:00. The time has come to change how we look at healthcare…and we are here to help make that change. Our goal is to empower you, the patient, once again.
Meet our team of friendly and experienced medical experts! See what common labs are covered in your membership. We believe your healthcare should be personalized and tailored to your needs. Through your membership, you will enjoy a personal relationship with your provider. Decisions concerning your health and the health of your family will be discussed and implemented with only you in mind. Healthcare coverage has become too complicated and too expensive. Patients and healthcare providers alike are fed up with the bureaucracy that tangles and obstructs obtaining, maintaining, and providing care.
With a direct primary care clinic, we keep insurance companies out of the decision making and out of the exam room. You will enjoy longer visits and same day or next day appointments. When needed, we will be available to you via phone or text to ensure no delays in your care. We are proud and excited to be the first direct primary care clinic in Enid, Oklahoma and we look forward to meeting you. While many Americans can now buy and growВ marijuanaВ legally вЂ” choosing from an endlessly varied selection of premium bud вЂ” some still have to take it wherever they can find it. government researchers are forced to work withВ terrible weed. You don't want to get ripped off and smoke an inferior product, of course. So how can you tell if your flower isn't up to snuff (or puff)? Believe it or not, you don't need a doctorate in botany or chromatography instruments to tell whether your stash is shit. Read on, dear stoner, and learn some simple warning signs.В. A good rule of thumb in buying weed is that you want weed you can actually, uh, smoke. The stems of cannabis plants вЂ” though they may count toward the weight of your gram or eighth вЂ” are pretty much useless in that regard, so the less there are, the better. Seeds are even worse; they'll literally explode when set on fire, potentially blowing out an entire bowl or ruining your joint. Even sellers of low-grade ganja usually won't sell you stuff with seeds in it, but if you're continually finding a few in each bag, it's time to find a new source. In this sense, marijuanaВ is like any produce you might buy at the grocery store: You can just tellВ when it's healthy and ripe for consumption. Good weed has more vibrant color, like a thriving plant. It's somewhat springy, dense and coated with sticky, frosty, crystalline trichomes вЂ” tiny glands packed with THC, the psychoactive cannabinoid that gets you high. Bad weed, by comparison, looks like some junk you yanked out from underneath your lawnmower. It's paler or duller in color, sometimes brown or yellowish. It's often dry or more crumbly, and it lacks a distinctive smell (although sometimesВ it smells like hay orВ grass). In certain cases, this kind of marijuanaВ may have been "blasted," or entirely stripped of its cannabinoids to make butane hash oil. Arguably the worst thing about bad pot is that it's not very potent вЂ” which means you have to smoke a ton of it to feel anything like the high you're after. In that case, you're liable to get a headache before you're even halfway stoned.
Some users have encountered weed so crummy that it doesn't seem to work at all. If you wind up with bud that only produces noxious smoke and induces a general nausea or cranial pain, what's the point? Ditch that garbage and find out where the dank nugs are at вЂ” because you deserve better. As with the food in your pantry or refrigerator, you've got to keep an eye out for mold and rot. These can afflict even decent marijuana, and they look like the mold and rot you're used to finding on bread or cheese вЂ” furry discolorations on the surface. Packing this crap in your bong can make you seriously sick,В don't risk it. Another visual red flag would be larger marijuanaВ leaves attached to your nugs, which indicates a sloppy "trim" when the buds were separated from the plant. Cannabis that gets trimmed by machines (as opposed to carefully trimmed by hand) may have diminished potency, as the trichomes are disturbed, and the leaves themselves don't offer muchВ of the cannabinoid compounds that people prize in marijuana. Almost every stoner of experience you'll meet has a story about the time they bought weed that turned out to be anything but.
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