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Trulieve Employee Reviews

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Patient Consultant (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL - October 2, 2021

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I'll start with the good: my coworkers at my specific location were marvelous, plus a substantial employee discount on product.

The bad: upper management (meaning corporate, and some GMs) is soulless, a word I don't use lightly. They will fire indiscriminately and make transfers and promotions difficult, not to mention mid-level positions are not worth the extra work they burden you with. Twice the work for a handful of dollars an hour, especially when the base pay is already low for the industry. They will have sales constantly, all on different products, sometimes without telling employees. Stocks are never consistent and your experience completely depends what location you're at (I was at a good one, don't want to imagine the bad). Few people thrive at Trulieve, most just survive and spend all their profits on product. The return policy and "always say yes to the customer" attitude also means employees get trampled frequently and company "policies" are flexible, except when they want to let someone go, then they're set in stone. Training is also extremely inconsistent and consultants will contradict each other unknowingly.

The neutral: they'll hire just about anyone, so if you're looking to break into the industry, this is a place to start. This can mean you can work with a good crew, as I did, or a bad crew, as most do.

Addendum: be gentle with lower- and mid-level employees—they're totally at the mercy of corporate, and if you want to work for corporate: don't.

Pros

Occasionally catered food, semi-flexible hours, a semi-decent reward points system

Cons

Terrible internal communication, incompetent corporate and call center, micromanagement

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Edible cannabis products in Florida are finally a reality, and have been for roughly a month now, after emergency ruling was passed by the Department of Health to provide guidelines for the sale of said products.

As has been typical for every major milestone of Florida’s medical cannabis industry, Trulieve accelerated approval and production to make edible cannabis products available in Florida just a short time after the ruling was passed. Their first edible product on the market were the TruGel Gummies, followed by brownies, cookies, and the chocolate bars that we will review today.

Quick Facts:

Batch: BCHO-EDB-0025-PK-27

Price at time of review: $20/1bar/100mg

Ingredients: Distillate Cannabis Oil, Dark Chocolate (sugar, chocolate [processed with alkali], cocoa butter, milkfat, soy lecithin, vanilla.)


CONTAINS: Milk and Soy.

Product Quality/Consistency:

As you can see in the images above, the bar is sealed in a plastic wrapper with “THC!” on it, and that wrapper is placed on a plastic tray that is wrapped in a small cardboard sleeve.

The chocolate itself is all one bar that is admittedly slightly larger than I expected; it’s probably 30-40% larger than your average Hershey chocolate bar.

I stored my chocolate in the freezer just for personal preference. This chocolate melts easily, so I recommend at least storing it in the refrigerator if you don’t eat the whole bar in one sitting.

The scored pieces break apart fairly easily, but may not break exactly on the lines.

Overall, I was impressed with the quality of the consistency.

Product Quality/Consistency Rating: 9.00/10.00

Taste

I’ve had quite a few different types of dark chocolate over the years, from cheap to craft chocolate. That being said, I was extremely impressed with how good Trulieve’s dark chocolate tastes. It has a really smooth taste, and the taste of distillate or cannabis is not evident at all.

I’m not a chocolate connoisseur, but this Dark TruChocolate tasted really good to me, and I’ve seen several others echo my sentiments on social media. Well done!

Taste Rating: 9.10/10.00

Effects:

Oral cannabis effects are different than inhalation by their very nature. They are very dose-dependent, and vary greatly from patient to patient based on individual tolerance. For an educational recap of oral cannabis effects, click here.

I have what I would consider a moderate tolerance for myself at the time of writing. I started off with a 30 mg dose, or 3 pieces of chocolate. It took about 60 to 90 minutes for the effects to become noticeable. A full body relaxation and warming sensation was most noticeable, but I also found myself to be a little bit giggly as well. As always is the case with me, smoking flower on top of the edibles I had consumed really amplified the effects greater than either one alone. I took another 10mg before bed that night, and slept well.

The next day, I upped the dose to 40 mg. This must have crossed a personal threshold for me, because I really felt the effects of the chocolate after a couple of hours (without smoking anything, at that) – on the borderline of having anxiety, but not quite there. A little bit of CBD helped take the edge off the intensity, and I had a really nice combination of cerebral and full body effects going on. Playing NBA 2K21 was especially enjoyable. After around 3 hours had passed since the initial 40 mg, I took the rest of the bar, which was 20 mg, for a total of 60 mg that night. I felt to be in a haze-like state for the remainder of the night. For readers who have little to no experience with edibles, but are considering trying them, be sure you have nothing to do for the rest of the day. Trust me, you will thank yourself.

I’m not sure what it is about edibles, but they seem to hit me harder than equivalent doses of raw distillate. Perhaps this is placebo effect, or perhaps there’s something to the distillate being cooked with/into the product? Either way, it results it a desirable outcome: all of Trulieve’s edibles that I’ve tried so far, have been surprisingly potent in my opinion.

Possibly good for treating:

  • Depression 
  • Anxiety
  • Minor to moderate aches and pains
  • Headaches
  • Lack of motivation (in lower doses)
  • General relaxation/relief 
  • Relief of nausea and other gastrointestinal symptoms
  • Insomnia (especially in higher doses)

Effects Rating: 8.80/10.00

Overall Rating: 8.96/10.00

Trulieve’s Dark TruChocolate is best described as an “excellent” product.

The one negative thing that many will argue about this product is the cost-effectiveness – many patients know that they can buy a gram of distillate and make their own edibles for much less money per milligram. However, the convenience is what is valuable here, and we must keep in mind that not everyone has the means or desire to make their own edible products.

If for nothing else other than the novelty – I say give them a try! Based off this experience, I will definitely try other edible products from Trulieve in the future.

Hope you all have a wonderful morning, afternoon, evening, or night – whichever applies. Thanks for reading the review!

New! – FLMCC Coffee Mugs

I’ve been talking about launching a merchandise line forever, and finally got around to it recently. The first product is live: the FLMCC Coffee Mug!

These are a great way to support the Collective and have another sleek new mug to add to the collection. They also pair amazingly with great sativa strains!

Here’s a link to the product page: (I highly recommend choosing the black color option!)

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Edible cannabis products in Florida are finally a reality, and have been for roughly a month now, after emergency ruling was passed by the Department of Health to provide guidelines for the sale of said products.

As has been typical for every major milestone of Florida’s medical cannabis industry, Trulieve accelerated approval and production to make edible cannabis products available in Florida just a short time after the ruling was passed. The “TruGel” gummies that we will review today were the first true edible product brought to Florida’s medical cannabis industry. This was followed by limited releases of cookies, chocolates, and fudge brownies – and I’m sure this lineup will continue to expand throughout the next several months.

Quick Facts:

Batch: FINP-EDB-0021-PK-58

Price at time of review: $25/100mg (10 pieces, 10 mg each)

Ingredients: Distillate Cannabis Oil (10mg THC per Gel), Sugar, Corn Syrup, Water, Fruit Pectin, Citric Acid, Green Apple Flavor (propylene glycol, natural flavor).

Product Quality/Consistency:

The plastic jar contained two sealed plastic pouches (with THC! printed in red text) that each contained 5 “gels”. The gels themselves have a very gummy consistency, and remind me a lot of gumdrop candies, down to the frosted coating on the outside – I always loved that texture as a kid, so it was nice to come across it again in “medicinal candy”.

I feel that these are the exact texture they should be for a product labeled as a “gel” or gummy candy. Everything is well put-together, and it doesn’t feel like cheap or low quality. Well done, Trulieve!

Product Quality/Consistency Rating: 9.50/10.00

Taste

Green Apple happens to be one of my favorite fruit candy flavors (tied with blueberry), so as always. remember that the taste portion of edible reviews will be even more subjective than average.

That being said, Trulieve did an amazing job with the flavoring of these Green Apple gels. The green apple flavoring is delicious, and tastes just as good or better than any non-medicinal green apple gummy I’ve ever had.

There is a slight distillate aftertaste that I noticed after eating a couple of these gels, and they’re the first edible product I’ve been able to detect any cannabis or distillate taste in. Raw distillate usually has a bitter aftertaste, and I can slightly sense that in these TruGels. It isn’t at all enough to cause the taste to be unpleasant, but it was noticeable for me. I can possibly attribute this to the relatively low number of ingredients in this product vs. some of the other edibles I’ve seen.

Other than that, these things taste amazing, like a really good fruit-flavored candy – that gets you medicated.

Taste Rating: 8.50/10.00

Effects:

Oral cannabis effects are different than inhalation by their very nature. They are very dose-dependent, and vary greatly from patient to patient based on individual tolerance. For an educational recap of oral cannabis effects, click here.

My tolerance at the time of writing is what I’d consider to be in the moderate range for my personal spectrum of tolerance, so I started off with a 20mg dose (two gels). It took about an hour for the effects to become noticeable. I smoked earlier in the day, and just as the effects from that session were almost completely waned away, the edible effects made it seem like they started coming back again – an interesting sensation. I can certainly tell that the gels pack much more of a punch than Trulieve’s 1:1 brownies I recently tried, and I was still “cruising” them about 3 hours later.

For the sake of the review, I took another 10 mg about 45 minutes ago, and another 10 mg about 10 minutes ago. If you’re keeping count, that’s 40 mg THC grand total for my edible consumption today. At this dose, I can feel the effects becoming much heavier on the body and slightly more intense on the cerebral end of the effects spectrum. I think this is the highest dose I’d want to take at once for my current tolerance level; I’m getting to the point where I feel like being lazy and unproductive as I type this. This is consistent with my other recent experiences with edibles, where I’ve previously noted that the effects felt “sativa” or energetic in lower doses, and more “indica” or sedating in higher doses.

Dosing with edibles, for me, is taking a lot of time and experience to really nail down what my best dosages are – especially as my smoking tolerance can be dynamic itself, which adds more uncertainty to how hard an edible dose will hit me. I say this to tell any of you reading that may be like me, and not have much experience with edibles: as the old cliche goes, “start low and go slow”, especially with edibles. 10mg can be the difference in feeling nothing and being in the verge of a panic attack, so always keep that in mind when exploring this route of administration.

With all that being said, I’m really enjoying getting to know how these various edible products affect me, and I hope my accounts of these experience will prove useful to you all as well.

Possibly good for treating:

  • Depression 
  • Anxiety
  • Minor to moderate aches and pains
  • Headaches
  • Lack of motivation (in lower doses)
  • General relaxation/relief 
  • Relief of nausea and other gastrointestinal symptoms
  • Insomnia (especially in higher doses)

Effects Rating: 8.00/10.00

Overall Rating: 8.66/10.00

Trulieve’s Green Apple TruGels are best described as an “excellent” product.

The one negative thing that many will argue about this product is the cost-effectiveness – many patients know that they can buy a gram of distillate and make their own edibles for much less money per milligram. However, the convenience is what is valuable here, and we must keep in mind that not everyone has the means or desire to make their own edible products.

If for nothing else other than the novelty – I say give them a try! Based off this experience, I will definitely try other edible products from Trulieve in the future.

Hope you all have a wonderful morning, afternoon, evening, or night – whichever applies. Thanks for reading the review!

New! – FLMCC Coffee Mugs

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I’ve been talking about launching a merchandise line forever, and finally got around to it recently. The first product is live: the FLMCC Coffee Mug!

These are a great way to support the Collective and have another sleek new mug to add to the collection. They also pair amazingly with great sativa strains!

Here’s a link to the product page: (I highly recommend choosing the black color option!)

Be sure to join our email subscriber list and follow us on Twitter and Instagram to stay up-to-date with all the latest in the Florida medical cannabis industry! You can find a quick-subscribe button in the righthand column on this site. Thank you for taking the time to read; we genuinely hope you find this site beneficial to helping you as a patient.

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Trulieve Edibles

Trulieve – TruGels – Blue Raspberry

Edible: Trulieve – TruGels – Blue Raspberry

Long Lasting, Discreet, Delayed Release. This product is Vegan

In order to purchase edibles, Florida medical marijuana card patients will need to contact their doctor to have their recommendations updated in the registry, this can take up to 24 hours to appear after approval.

The DOH has set a maximum milligram amount for individual serving sizes to 10mg.  The recommended introductory dosage would be 5mg or less, with patients allowing a full two hours to begin to feel the effects before dosing again, if needed.

The FDOH has set a total maximum milligram amount to 200mgs per container, with a maximum of 10mg per individual dose. Trulieve’s initial products will be 100mg, with each piece containing 10mg of active product.  This means individual dosages for lozenges, gelatins, baked goods, and chocolates can either be individual pieces or a bar with the serving sizes in easy-to-break pieces.

Terpenes are not present in the distillate oil used, nor are they reintroduced for edibles. Due to the absence of terpenes, initial edible offerings will not be strain specific. Additionally, they are also not category (sativa, hybrid, or indica) specific at this time.

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