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Great Cannabis Tour Options for Everyone’s Perfect Vacation

It’s hard to believe, you finally made it and earned that much deserved vacation – Colorado is decidedly your destination, but what next?  Finding a 420 friendly hotel can be a challenge, and then there are so many other details to worry about.  As thrilled as you are to be coming to the land of the free, how will you ever navigate this strange new world of legal marijuana?  You can try to do all the research yourself, but then there are also the burning questions of who is going to be the designated driver, and where can you legally smoke before your 420 enhanced adventures?  Cannabis tours can be the perfect way to make sure that your dream vacation doesn’t turn into a nightmare, and no matter what the perfect 420 vacation is to you, we’ve got you covered.

I don’t know about you, but my dream vacation, 420 friendly or not, always must include Kidd glove treatment.  On top of being treated like royalty, my perfect vacation is tailored to my every whim and desire.  It is a vacation, after all, right?  If this sounds like you, then Green Star Excursions is the cannabis tour company for you.  They provide a small handful of top of the line tour services that will make you feel like a vacation should from the moment you hit the mile-high city.  Green Star’s airport pickup service includes a stop at a dispensary on the way to your hotel, as well as a mini-tour along the way and if you have somewhere else to go before settling in, additional stops can be arranged. 

Once it’s time for the vacation to really begin, Green Star Excursion has private and customizable tour options for every kind of marijuana enthusiast.  Serious stoners can enjoy the City Cannoisseur Excursion and focus on what they came to Denver for, getting Rocky Mountain high.  Nature loving potheads can spend the day touring some of Colorado’s most beautiful landscapes on the Mountain Cannoisseur Excursion.  There is even an option for gardening enthusiasts, that will take vacationers behind the scenes in a real commercial grow operation with a Q & A session – picture taking allowed!  If none of these sound like your bowl of bud, then just give them a call and create your own perfect cannabis friendly vacation package – it’s what they do.

Of course, there are times that what you really wanna do is party hard, blow off some steam, and kick back in the hot tub time machine and have some fun.  If this is the sort of cannabis tour you’re after, then give one of My 420 Tours pot-laden adventures a try.  They offer a full sack of cannabis infused adventures that are sure to satisfy every sort of cannabis craving.

They offer an airport pickup service, of course.  And CCT also has some fantastic cannabis tour packages that include stops at some of Denver’s best dispensaries, including world famous Medicine Man Denver.  Cannabis tours aren’t the only service that CCT offers, not hardly.  CCT also offers cannabis vacation packages that feature all sorts of adventures.  Arts and crafts, cooking, antiquing, and outdoor adventures like horseback riding, rock climbing, and skiing are just a few of the exciting adventures included in their cannabis vacation packages.  Colorado Cannabis Tours can hook you up with a quick fun pot-related class or activity too.  Painting, pottery, cooking with cannabis, even glassblowing and pipe making are skills that you can learn while smoking and/or working with marijuana and CCT will help you locate these fun stoner events to enhance your cannavacation.

A huge part of any great vacation is a great place to stay while you’re there and both Green Star and CCT are ready and waiting to help you find your perfect 420 friendly lodging.  Green Star Excursions has partnered up with Bud and Breakfast, a group of 420 friendly bed and breakfasts that offer superb 4 star features in a marijuana friendly environment.  Many of these beautiful and peaceful bed and breakfasts even host 420 friendly get-togethers several times a day, during traditional Wake and Bake and 4:20 – of course.  If you’re in the market for more standard accommodations, then Colorado Cannabis Tours can help you find and book rooms with their 420 friendly hotel partners, and at discounted rates.

The next time you take a 420 friendly vacation in Colorado, use a cannabis tour company and get the most enjoyment and relaxation out of every bud – and remember to use your Cannasaver coupons, so you can get the best marijuana deals in Denver.

 

 

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Best Edibles In Denver

Posted by CANNASaver on Friday, 26 March 2021 in Canna Blog

There are a few good reasons you’re probably looking for the best edibles in Denver. For whichever reason that is, we don’t blame you. Edibles are tasty, they’re a healthier way of getting high, they don’t smell like weed (as potent as bud), and they’re efficient

So, whether you’re only visiting Colorado for a small period of time, or you’re a local and just new to the edibles world, here are some of the best edibles and THC-infused beverages that Denver has to offer. Just remember to use marijuana edibles and beverages in moderation and follow recommended dosing instructions and guidelines, as they could take a while to kick in.

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Best Marijuana Edibles in Denver

Honestly, you can’t go wrong with almost any edible, and everyone has their own preference on taste, consistency, etc. That being said, there’s a reason you’ll find certain edibles at almost any dispensary in Denver (or Colorado, in general).

Wana (Brands)

Wana Brands is one of the better-known brands when it comes to edibles. In Colorado, they have a good variety of products, including:

  • Fast-acting gummies (4 varieties and flavors)

  • Quick tinctures (2 varieties, a 1:1 CBD/THC and a 10:1 CBD/THC)

  • Sour gummies (10 different varieties and flavors)

  • Tart candies (3 different varieties and flavors)

  • CBD-only gummies ( 12 different varieties and flavors)

What we love about these edibles is that they taste great, they have the traditional, sugar-sprinkled gummy, and they have a soft, tender consistency. You don’t have to bite down super hard and they’re almost always in stock, because of “high” demand (see what I did there?). You’re likely to find Wana almost everywhere.

Coda (Signature)

Okay, Coda is really starting to catch fire with how awesome their edibles (and tinctures, for that matter) are. Depending on what type of activity you’re looking to do, there is a tasty treat for you. They feature a few different edibles, like:

  • Truffles (made with South American cacao)

  • Gummies (7 different varieties and exotic flavors, like, lychee/cucumber, mango/chile lime, etc.)

  • Chocolate bars (7 different varieties and exotic flavors, like caramel/corn, snap pea/spice, coffee/doughnuts, etc.)

These edibles are vegan-friendly, gluten-free, and naturally and ethically sourced. They’re probably one of the most “exotic” edibles when it comes to taste and flavor. You also have a wide variety of mg THC you can choose from, from 5 mg to 25 mg per package. My mouth is watering just thinking of these edibles. 

Wyld

Wyld (Canna) is an edible company that comes from the Pacific Northwest, and really does a good job of representing everything we love about that area of the nation, in its packaging and product. Great branding, made for the active stoner and lifestyle, all-natural, real fruit, perfect for sharing, vibrant colors, ok, we’re done. They have really tasty products, like:

  • Gummies (7 different varieties and flavors)

  • (White) Chocolates (3 different varieties and flavors)

They may seem like any other edible company/product, but what sets them apart is the feeling you get when you eat them. Duh, it’s a high one, but it’s super clean. It feels natural. It feels subtle. It feels right. It feels….WYLD. My personal favorites are the Elderberry THC: CBN ones that have dark, midnight blue packaging. It’s like if you were tucked into bed, read your favorite bedtime story, and kissed on the cheek by your mom or something. Oh, and they are soft and they taste amazing. 

1906

1906 is changing the game when it comes to edibles, in the sense that there’s something for everyone, every sort of mood, every sort of variety. It’s in the ingredients that pair with the CBD/THC. Let us explain.

Need help with that essay? There’s an edible for that. Like, specifically. Need help going to sleep? Yep, one for that, too, with the help of corydalis (an herbal ingredient, used in Chinese medicine). Here’s what you can expect to find:

  • Genius - A pill-like edible, with herbal ingredients, caffeine, and THC that help you write like 12 pages for that paper due tomorrow at midnight.

  • Midnight - A chocolate edible, for when you’ve turned in that paper and now you wanna go “night night.”

  • Go - A chocolate edible blend, perfect for getting shit done, out and about, etc. A bit different from “Genius” kinda like that coffee blend you go for when you’re in this mode.

  • Love - Little chocolate candies that are perfect for feeling those sensual, love-enhancing vibes (no, it’s not going to work like Viagra).

  • Chill - A dark chocolate blend of herbal ingredients, CBD, THC, for that time after work, after a long day, to calm yourself (L-theanine, magnolia, etc)

  • Bliss - Going to a social event but not feeling social? This helps promote being bubbly and extroverted. They’re chocolate peanut butter cups with theobromine in them. Blissful.

Happy Chews

Happy Chews seriously are the closest thing I’ve ever gotten to a Starburst-like consistency and flavor. Almost identical, really, only with THC, so maybe actually better. There’s not a ton of variety in products, but they know what they’re doing and they do it right.

  • Taffy - Again, kinda like Starbursts (3 different flavors and varieties)

They’re so tasty, think of like a Laffy Taffy meets Starburst, but then you keep laughing ‘cuz you’re high now. Happy Chews. They come in 100 mg packages.

There are a few other edibles worth mentioning, like Ripple, Blue Kudu (now Curaleaf), Incredibles, and a few of these edible companies include beverages, too, to mix things up. Companies like Wana actually include “mocktails” you can make with tinctures and beverages they provide!

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Marijuana Beverages

Marijuana beverages aren't as popular or as well-known as the pot brownie or good ol’ fashioned bong rip, but they're delicious, different, and definitely one of the most unique offerings you'll find at our Denver dispensaries

Marijuana drinks also called cannabis beverages or THC-infused beverages, are cannabis-enhanced drinks that will get you high while quenching your thirst. 

Like other varieties of edibles, marijuana beverages are a great choice for marijuana tourists, as they don't smell and you can discreetly enjoy them just about anywhere. 

The variety of marijuana drinks is vast, so we've highlighted some of the best cannabis beverages that you'll definitely want to try when you travel to Denver, and don’t forget to check out the marijuana edibles deals on CannaSaver before you hit the dispensary. 

Marijuana beverages are one of those must-try 420 novelty items every Denver traveler on a marijuana tour should experience. 

There are many brands to choose from, and varieties range from sodas to teas to punches and even coffees.

CannaPunch

One of our favorite brands is CannaPunch, a non-carbonated cannabis-infused beverage that comes in refreshingly fruity flavors like Watermelon Nectar and Juicy Grape. 

The punch is made with organic ingredients and is 100% vegan, making it a good choice for the health-conscious Denver 420 traveler. 

CannaPunch also makes a product called Mota Energy Citrus Blast, a citrus-flavored, cannabis-infused, caffeine-enriched energy shot that will give you a heavy buzz without weighing you down. There’s also a popular flavor, Black Cherry Fusion, which you can find in our list of edibles.

Many edibles make you drowsy, and these energy shots are a good alternative if you want to get a good high and also stay awake to enjoy it. You can pick up some CannaPunch at many Denver dispensaries.

Dixie Elixirs

Another marijuana beverage line to try is Dixie Elixirs. They offer fruity, fun, THC-infused marijuana beverages in flavors such as Watermelon Cream, Sparkling Pomegranate, Sparkling Blueberry, Peach Iced Tea, and their limited edition Wild Berry Lemonade. Each bottle contains a total of 90 mg THC, with a 5 mg recommended serving size. Dixie Elixirs are great for marijuana tourists and Denver travelers from out of state who aren't experienced with THC-infused beverages. Each bottle features a dosing cap so you can easily measure out the recommended amount without having to do any guesswork. In addition to their fruity soda line, Dixie Elixirs also makes a beverage, especially for coffee-lovers. If you're looking for coffee in Denver and some cannabis to go with it, check out Dixie's Mint Coffee Lift. In addition to THC, coffee, and a touch of mint flavor, Mint Coffee Lift also contains Quercetin, Resveratrol, and D-Ribose, three ingredients reputed to help improve cellular metabolism. MMJ America offers 35% off Dixie Elixirs and all other marijuana beverages every Thursday.

Keef Cola

Colorado-based company Keef Cola makes a wide range of edibles, but it's their sodas that have made them famous among Colorado pot enthusiasts and Denver marijuana tourism travelers alike. Each soda contains 10 mg of THC, and the flavors are named for the cannabis strain with which they are made. 

Varieties include:

  • Blue Dream

  • Flo

  • Cherry Bomb

  • Orange Kush

  • Bubba Kush Root Beer

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Other Marijuana Edibles to Try

Marijuana beverages are but one of many marijuana edibles products you can find at recreational dispensaries in Denver. There are also chocolates, gummies, pastries, granolas, snack mixes, cookies, candies, mints, and more—and we're just scratching the surface here. We'll cover some of those other edibles in future blog posts, but to really see what all is out there, you'll just have to travel to Denver, visit our dispensaries, and see for yourself. 

You'll likely say what many marijuana tourism seekers say when they first step into a well-stocked recreational dispensary: “I feel like a kid in a candy store!” 

When you see the countless sparkling jars of beautiful buds and the plethora of candies, marijuana beverages, and other incredible edibles, you'll know exactly what they mean.
 

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Places to Smoke Near Me

Places to Smoke Near Me

Posted by CANNASaver on Monday, 30 May 2016 in Canna Blog

You’re probably in the Denver area and are searching Google for “Places to smoke near me.” Well, you came to the right place. 

While marijuana possession is legal in Colorado, public consumption remains illegal, with violators risking tickets, fines, and having their weed confiscated. The good news is there are indeed places to smoke weed in Denver, if you know where to go, and/or you know how to be discreet and polite. Basically, the word on the street is that if there's no one around to see you, you should be relatively safe. 

While you probably don't want to risk toking up a joint in the middle of a busy city street, if you find a secluded space, a little dark corner somewhere or a hidden alcove amid some trees, or even an empty sidewalk to stroll along, as long as you're discreet and keep an eye out, you should have little to worry about. 

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Discreet Marijuana Products

First off, let’s talk about a few portable pot products that you can use, that are best for outdoor areas. You don’t want to be carrying a bong around with you, nor do you want to be holding a bulky weed grinder. Here are some better options:

Pre Rolls

Pre-rolled joints, which can be purchased at any recreational marijuana dispensary are a nice choice for travelers to Denver due to their unbeatable convenience, portability, and cigarette-like appearance. 

Edibles

Edibles are virtually undetectable and can be consumed anywhere without drawing any attention. After all, you’re just eating, right? This is probably the best way to enjoy your cannabis while being outdoors.

One-hitters

Lastly, you can use something like a one-hitter or a dugout. Neither of these options draws a lot of attention as they’re easy to put away, so even if someone does smell the smoke, they’re not sure where it’s coming from.  

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Places to Smoke in Denver

While we don’t condone it, we understand that you don’t always want to be enjoying your cannabis within four walls. You’re probably like so many others in Denver, Colorado – you like to enjoy the outdoors. So there are some places to enjoy the fresh air while also enjoying some fresh bud

Avoid Parks

Most parks around the Denver area attract a lot of people, a lot of homeless, and, consequently, a lot of harder drugs. Parks are a little too public and crowded to enjoy your cannabis and there really are so many other better places to smoke than in a park. You’re either going to attract a lot of unwanted attention in these areas or you’re going to annoy those who don’t partake, so don’t be “that guy.” 

Cannabis Tours

There are a few cannabis-specific tours that you can legally enjoy your weed while also seeing the sights that Denver has to offer. A lot of these tours are BYOC (bring your own cannabis), so check out a recreational dispensary before going on one of these tours.

  • City Sessions - This place offers a variety of tours, but you can expect to see Red Rocks, a few different neighborhoods, a grow facility, and a few other things. They offer private tours, so book ahead.

  • Loopr - Ride Loopr tour buses around town and experience Denver on a higher level. All sorts of tours and events are available.

  • Colorado Cannabis Tours - From classes, to karaoke, cooking and city tours, they offer it all. They even offer transportation to and from the airport!

Open Places to Smoke in Denver 

While it’s still illegal in these open areas, these places to smoke are a little more 420-friendly as you’re likely to see others doing the same or not see anyone at all. Here are the best places to smoke near the Denver area, without anyone raising an eyebrow.

  • Disc golf courses - Yes, disc golf is a great outdoor sport and if you’re not any good, it’s a great excuse to smoke out in public without drawing a lot of attention.

  • Red Rocks Amphitheatre - While they definitely come out and say you shouldn’t partake in any marijuana smoking, sometimes the safest places are amongst the masses. Just be discreet and blow your smoke downwards because there is security that goes around to watch for smoke clouds.

  • Lakes - There are a few lakes in the Denver area that provide a lot of shade and trees, as well as open space. There are likely to be other people, but chances are that you will have enough space between you and them to partake.

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“Baking” Around Bars

While it's technically illegal, many bars downtown do seem to tolerate smoking on their outdoor patios, as long as patrons are discreet. The bars can't openly admit that they allow it, however, so don't create an awkward moment by asking about it. It all depends on the crowd and the place, so poke around until you smell the sweet smoke, then you'll know you're most likely in a safe space that's 420 friendly. 

If you want to get to know some friendly locals who might have further advice on where to smoke, where to stay, where to shop, or what to do for fun while you're traveling in Denver, both Sancho's Broken Arrow and Cheba Hut are downtown Denver bars known for their chill stoner crowds and laid back vibes.

When you travel to Denver, you'll find that this town is whatever you make of it. Denver is a great 420-friendly destination for the ultimate marijuana tourism adventure, but it's a lot of other things, too. 

Whether you're traveling with children and looking for family fun, traveling with friends and looking for a party, or traveling alone and looking for peace and solace, there is truly something for everybody in the Denver area. 

Whether you want to explore a museum, visit an amusement park, lounge at a coffeehouse, or dine at a great restaurant, you'll find plenty of options. However, it’s best that you partake in the pot-smoking elsewhere before getting to these places.

And if you want to experience Colorado while high on some of the finest weed our country has to offer, you'll know that smile on your face is fully legal.

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Marijuana Tourism: Denver's Top Marijuana Attractions

Marijuana tourism is blooming in Colorado, and if you're from out of state you might be wondering where to find marijuana attractions or how to take a self-guided 420 tour of Denver. From glassblowing galleries to cannabis cooking classes, there are many marijuana tourism attractions and activities in Colorado. CannaSaver loves to help out our 420 friendly friends from around the world, so we've put together a list of some of the best marijuana tourism destinations and attractions to visit if you're planning to travel to Denver.

Marijuana Growing Facility Tours

If you want to take a Colorado marijuana growing facility tour so that you can see for yourself how to grow cannabis, one of the easiest ways is to book a tour with a marijuana tour company like Colorado Cannabis Tours or 420 Tours. Both companies offer an array of sightseeing options including guided tours of cultivation warehouses, stops at Denver's best dispensaries and head shops, and more. The Colorado Cannabis Tour brings visitors via a luxury party bus to Medicine Man Denver's 40,000 square foot hydroponic marijuana growing facility, and also includes a visit to a glassblowing studio and two recreational dispensaries. They can hook you up with discounts on 420 friendly hotels, cannabis cooking classes, stoner-focused art classes, and more. 420 Tours offers a tour of an industrial marijuana cultivation facility, stops at dispensaries with exclusive access to special discounts on your marijuana, and transport in a luxury 420 friendly limo bus. If you want a more private tour, Denver Marijuana Tours offers tours to marijuana growing facilities, dispensaries, and more for up to six people, and they'll take you wherever you want to go for some Colorado sightseeing, whether it's Pikes Peak, Red Rocks National Park, the Coors Brewery tour, or any one of Denver's many marijuana tourism attractions. If a self-guided marijuana tour is more your thing, check out the Denver 3D Cannabis Center, home of the world's largest marijuana cultivation viewing corridor. One of the premier cannabis cultivation and research centers in the world, 3D offers Colorado tourists a look into the scientific aspects of marijuana cultivation and strain development.

Glassblowing Studio Tours 

Marijuana tourism in Denver encompasses a broad range of opportunities for 420 sightseeing and hands-on adventure. If you're planning a self-guided marijuana tour of Denver, be sure to squeeze in some time to visit a glassblowing studio or gallery. Most studios offer free tours and demonstrations, and many offer classes. You can take a workshop in Pipemaking 101 at Glasscraft in Golden (a nearby Denver suburb), or simply stop in and watch the masters at work.

If you're planning a day trip to Colorado Springs, check out DBK Glass Creations, makers of the world's smallest bong. Family-owned and friendly, the folks at DBK Creations welcome marijuana tourists and locals alike. You can watch them blow glass in the studio, or purchase bongs, pipes, and other art-quality glass creations in their retail shop.

The Furnace glassworks in Lakewood, Colorado is another glassblowing studio near Denver offering products, demonstrations, and classes to the public. Specializing in decorative, sculptural, and functional high-quality glasswork, their passion for the art of glassblowing is apparent and contagious.

Cannabis Cooking Classes in Denver

For a marijuana tourism experience that's a little off the beaten path, take a cannabis cooking class. You'll learn how to cook marijuana food that's delicious as well as potent. My 420 Tours offers a two and a half hour class in which you'll learn how to make ganja butter, marijuana infused oils, and more. Colorado Cannabis Tours also offers a cannabis cooking class that teaches you how to make marijuana confections, marijuana candies, cannabis-infused ice cream, and savory sativa inspired main courses. The Stir cooking school is another option for both private and group cannabis cooking classes, with one of their popular offerings being the Stoner Bowl Cooking Class.

More Marijuana Tourism Activities

Other marijuana tourism activities you might consider include taking a 420 friendly art class. Puff, Pass, and Paint offers a great marijuana art class that includes a 2-hour blazing session followed by instruction and an opportunity to create your own work of marijuana inspired art. You can also look around for marijuana-themed art exhibits; just check the listings on the Denver Visual Arts Calendar. For something truly unusual, sign up for a refreshing, relaxing, and rejuvenating ganja yoga retreat hosted by Twisted Sister Yoga.

Whatever marijuana attractions and 420 activities you partake in, don't forget to have fun and enjoy yourself! There's so much to see and do, your options for a personalized marijuana vacation are virtually limitless. So hurry up and buy a plane ticket to Denver, already! A trip to Colorado will show you why this state is quickly becoming one of the world's most popular marijuana tourism destinations.

 

 

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Four Ways to Profit from Legal Marijuana

Posted by CANNASaver on Monday, 14 December 2015 in Canna Blog

Four Ways to Profit from Legal Marijuana

by Melanie Marquis

Legal marijuana has grown into a hugely profitable and diverse industry, with Colorado recreational dispensaries alone boasting over 60 million in monthly sales. Dispensaries, cultivation warehouses, testing facilities, and marijuana-infused products manufacturers are without a doubt raking in big money, but opening such a business is no easy task. Application fees and licenses alone can run into the tens of thousands in Colorado, not to mention the enormous amount of red tape that must be successfully traversed. However, there are many other ways to tap into the cannabis market with lower start-up costs and a lot less hassle. If you've ever wondered how you might start your own cannabis-based business, check out these four ways “budding” entrepreneurs just like yourself have found success and profit in legal marijuana:

Marijuana-themed Arts and Crafts: From hand-blown glass pipes to custom-made bong stands, artisans and crafters are creating profitable products that appeal specifically to cannabis enthusiasts. If you're a creative or artistic type, this business might be right for you. Consider your interests and skill set. Do you enjoy painting and have a love of getting high in the Colorado Rockies? Perhaps you could paint mountain scenes on wooden boxes to create one-of-a-kind marijuana stashes. Are you good at making jewelry? There's a strong market for fashion and novelty jewelry featuring special detachable beads that double as pipes, lockets in which to tuck a bud, or hidden pins you can use to poke out a clogged bowl. Love to sew? Maybe you could make some cushioned bags to keep delicate glass pieces safe and snug. Identify your talents and brainstorm creative ways to capitalize. Homemade arts and crafts can be sold online, at local dispensaries and Head shops, and at many community fairs and festivals.

Professional Services: The marijuana industry is serious business, and these businesses require a variety of professional services just like any other serious business. Whether you're an accountant, lawyer, real estate agent, interior designer, copywriter, web developer, carpenter, cleaner, or a consultant, cannabis dispensaries and other big marijuana businesses could likely use your services. Specializing gives your business an edge over competitors, and with its unique needs and broad and ever-expanding customer base, the marijuana industry is a lucrative area of focus. Get to know the owners of your local herb stores, network, hand out business cards, and offer discounts or incentives for referrals to help kick-start your business.

Private Clubs: Private cannabis clubs that allow members to consume (but not purchase) cannabis on the premises are making money as well as headlines in Colorado Springs, Denver, and elsewhere. Such clubs charge a membership fee, and in exchange provide a safe place to chill out and enjoy one's herbs. The rules at these clubs differ and regulations are somewhat ambiguous, as there are currently no state guidelines specifically overseeing or licensing such clubs. Most operate under exceptions established for private clubs which allow indoor smoking at places of employment that employ three or fewer people and where access is restricted to members only. Some clubs only allow outdoor smoking or vaping, some offer food and drink, and some do not. Rules may soon become clearer and licensing requirements stricter, however, under legislation proposed by state Representative Kit Roupe, a Republican from Colorado Springs. The new regulations would establish a statewide system for licensing such clubs, and individual municipalities would be able to set their own additional rules and guidelines. It's unclear at this point what the specific licensing fees and requirements would be as the legislation is still in its draft phase, but it's likely to be a more affordable and streamlined process than it is to open a dispensary or cultivation facility. The proposed legislation is on the slate for the next session of the Colorado General Assembly which is scheduled to meet in early 2016.

Tour Companies: Cannabis-themed tour companies in Colorado and Oregon are offering tourists a convenient and fun way to check out the local herb scene. These tours may visit dispensaries, drive past cultivation facilities, provide information on local laws and weed-friendly establishments, offer tips for making the most of the legal weed, make pit stops at private cannabis clubs, connect travelers with 420-friendly lodging, and more. New tour operators are usually required to pass a criminal background check, obtain proper insurance, and meet other regulations and licensing guidelines that may apply at the state or local level.

These are just a sampling of cannabis-based business ideas that have succeeded, and there are many other business models worth considering. There is definitely money to be made in marijuana, if only you consider your strengths, do your research, consider your resources, and put your mind to it.

 

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420 Friendly Colorado

Posted by CANNASaver on Wednesday, 14 April 2021 in Canna Blog - Latest News

April is here and weed lovers everywhere are getting ready for 420, which is arguably every stoner's favorite time of day, and/or year. 

The phrase “420” has become synonymous with cannabis culture and with marijuana users all over the world. Cannabis enthusiasts usually like to smoke at the time of 4:20 or they use the term to refer to April 20th, the time of year cannabis-centered events and celebrations take place globally. April 20th is also known as “marijuana’s biggest holiday.”

420 is celebrated all over the world, but it is especially loved here in Colorado. With 420 just around the corner, locals and visitors are getting ready to celebrate marijuana for all its euphoric and therapeutic properties. 

It’s important to note current health and social distancing protocols, as 420 celebrations might look a little different this year. Remember to be mindful of your surroundings and the safety protocols that are set in place, so everyone can have a safe 420. 

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Colorado, The 420 Epicenter

When thinking about 420-friendly places, you can’t help automatically think about Colorado. The state, being the first in America to legalize medical and recreational cannabis, is one of the largest cannabis hubs in the country, making it a great place for marijuana tourism and 420 events.

Colorado has been the home base for 420 celebrations and activities since 2014. Every April you’ll find numerous events that cater specifically to the cannabis community. This year, cannabis lovers are forced to celebrate a little differently but you can still expect there to be celebrations all over the state and in Denver. 

In pre-pandemic times, dozens of festivals and major events take place in Denver and all over Colorado. The Mile High 420 Festival is one of the most popular and brings approximately 50,000 people to Civic Center Park. The festival includes vendors, music, and entertainment. Big-name artists like Lil Jon and Jermain Dupri have even made appearances. The festival is gearing up to return in 2022.

420 is not just limited to festivals, there is an endless list of cannabis cantered activities to partake in. Denver and Colorado are home to over 500 types of dispensaries and grow-ops.

Additionally, cannabis-centered tours are a great way to immerse yourself in all things cannabis, you can even learn more about your favorite strains and how they’re grown and cultivated while offering a safe and socially distanced experience.

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What Does 420-Friendly Mean?

Generally, if a place or business is 420-friendly - it means that the person or place is accepting of marijuana users. It’s important to distinguish 420-friendly spots in Colorado from others because there’s still a slight taboo around marijuana consumption, so it’s best to be mindful of the places and people you encounter and the rules surrounding marijuana. 

With progressive marijuana laws continuing to roll out, 420-friendly places are emerging all over the state and country - allowing cannabis users to consume their beloved plant with minimal discretion.

If you are someone with a medical marijuana card, the circumstances are a little different. It’s important to check in with your hotel or accommodation to see if they can provide you with a smoking room or a designated smoking area. 

420-Friendly Accommodations in Colorado

In Colorado, marijuana laws allow hotels and private rental properties such as Airbnbs to individually decide if guests are allowed to consume marijuana on the property. 

Many chain hotels are smoke-free, which means any type of smoking, whether tobacco or marijuana. Additionally, smoking/vaping cannabis is not permitted anywhere smoking is banned.

If you find a smoke-friendly hotel, they can accommodate your smoking needs with designated smoking areas or outdoor amenities such as patios and balconies.

Bud and Breakfasts is another option for those looking for 420-friendly accommodations. These are safe and legal accommodations for travelers who also happen to enjoy marijuana and want to do so openly on their trip. Some 420-friendly bnb’s even offering activities centered around cannabis, such as paint nights or cooking with cannabis classes.

Other accommodations allow you to smoke openly with minimal discretion like 420-friendly hotels. These accommodations allow visitors to consume marijuana openly..

If you want to smoke and be more discreet, it’s recommended to stick to vaping as they produce less odor than smoking from a joint, pipe, or bong.

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420 Must Go On in Colorado

Despite roadblocks caused by COVID-19 this year and last, stoners all over the world are going to find their ways of celebrating. In Colorado, the options of activities and events to choose from are far from limited for both locals and visitors alike. 

Maybe there's not much sharing of joints, pipes, etc, but no pandemic is stopping cannabis lovers all over the country from lighting up in celebration of the beloved plant.

Don’t forget to check out our latest deals on Cannasaver.

Happy 420!

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