I used to feel that HDR was an overlooked diamond in the rough, that was under appreciated because they produce hydro rather than organic medicine. I felt the price was a steal. I jumped ship with them to their new location and even fortified their genetics with as of yet unreleased fire. I sang their praises to friends and strangers.
In a series of three trips in, a single employee, probably doing what many others also regularly do, lost me as a supporter of HDR. I felt on these occasions as though if I had an issue with anything, be it available medicine or the lack thereof, or the cleanliness of the environment around the medicine, I should could go elsewhere. That I was disturbing a well oiled machine. And unfortunately based on the attitude of essentially everyone the day of my last purchase, as well as the actual contamination of my medicine as an outcome of this priveledged nonchalance, I will be.
I will likely roll through if and when HDR ever releases a flower drop of what I can guarantee are top shelf medical genetics. I gave to them this work while in a Bipolar I Disorder episode. Damn it! But it’s ok. One of the things a person with Bipolar Disorder has to adjust for unfortunately, is giving away valuable things to people who don’t need them or don’t care!
Until then HDR! Thanks for the good times.