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CBD Deals in Denver are becoming more popular

Just like cbd weed, cbd tinctures, oils, and other topicals can be used to relieve pain, anxiety, and other common discomforts. Many people who suffer from back pain, joint pain, stress, and even insomnia find relief with cbd. While the full benefits of cbd are still being studied, scientists have already confirmed a number of positive effects including benefits for the nervous system, digestive system, and other body functions. If you live in Denver, cbd deals on topicals or cbd ounces are easy to find with a quick browse through the dispensary deals on CannaSaver. In fact, CannaSaver has deals for the whole state of Colorado, so even if you need a Colorado Springs dispensary or a Fort Collins dispensary, you’ll be able to find a cbd deal near you. Here are a few of the best cbd deals on cbd topicals and other products at Colorado dispensaries right now.

Daily Deals for CBD topicals

Some of the best dispensary deals for cbd are daily specials that you can get only on specific days of the week. At Doc’s Apothecary in Northglenn, for instance, cbd topicals are 15% off every Tuesday. Tuesday is also a lucky day at Golden Meds Leetsdale, where recreational cbd topicals and other cbd products are 20% off. If you’re shopping on a Wednesday or Friday, take advantage of Life Flower Dispensary deals for topicals at 10% off. On Sundays, Life Flower has a “pick your own daily special” deal, so you could get the 10% off topicals deal that day, too, or choose 15% off concentrate grams or another of their weekday discounts.

CBD Crystalline Deals

CBD crystalline is the most concentrated and purest form of CBD available. It’s sometimes called CBD isolate, cbd powder, or cbd crystalline isolate. It can be vaped either by itself, or mixed with dried herbs such as marijuana. It’s also oil soluble, so you can use it to make your own topical body oils. You can get cbd crystalline isolate at CannaBotica on sale right now for a very good price. For $45, recreational or medical customers get 500mg CBD crystalline with the CannaSaver coupon. CannaBotica is a dispensary near I-25 on Vallejo Street in Denver.

More CBD Deals and Coupons

CannaSaver also has coupon deals that are exclusively for medical customers, as well as deals that are exclusively for recreational customers. For medical deals, Karmaceuticals has a CannaSaver coupon that will give you 25% off any cbd product. They also have a coupon for $10 off Plus CBD Gold Oil, as well as a deal on Mary’s Nutritionals CBD tincture for $129--a $20 savings off the usual price. This CBD tincture is made with a blend of CBD oil, sweet almond oil, cinnamon oil, and gum myrrh, and each 15ml bottle of the tincture contains a full 500mg CBD. For a good med deal on cbd edibles, RiverRock South has single dose CBD Cheeba Chews for 30% off. If you’re looking for medical cbd deals in Colorado Springs, head to Quality Choice Alternative Care Center. They have 5 CBD Living Waters on sale for $30.

For recreational deals, Doc’s Apothecary is a great place to go. Right now, they have a rec deal on Lucky Turtle 500mg CBD + 9mg THC tinctures for only $75, in addition to great deals on 14er Chill Pills. Doc’s Apothecary is a dispensary in Northglenn that offers both recreational and medical marijuana and cbd products. Other great recreational deals for cbd can be found at RiverRock North, where Loves Oven CBD sap is on sale for 25% off with the CannaSaver CBD coupon, and at CannaBotica, where CBD Nano water is on sale for just $3 a pop.

Why CBD?

Even if you do prefer thc, cbd has many benefits that are worth exploring. Like many others, you may find that your stress is reduced and your pain is diminished with a little dose of cbd. Just remember--whether it’s pure cbd or a cbd-thc blend you’re looking for, or the “regular” buds, concentrates, and topicals that get you high, CannaSaver has the deals from the best dispensaries in Denver and throughout Colorado, and the Savvy Stoner has the insider tips to help you make the most of those deals, everyday. 

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Difference Between Nug Run and Trim Run Concentrates

THC based concentrates are prepared in many different ways. If you're exploring the difference, here's a good place to start.  After careful research, it appears there are different names for different types of concentrates. There's also that 'slangy' greyish area of terminology that tends to allow certain words the freedom to encompass different meanings for different people.

For instance, one online source has listed a NUG run as: Nectar — stating the term is a little vague, but stating the most common usage is referring to hash oil made from all nugs rather than trim. We'll take a look at Nectar in a moment but first let's take a look at another source who states; Hash oil or water hash as it may be called is made entirely from cannabis flowers rather than trim material. Since the flowers are the most trichome and terpene-rich part of the cannabis plant, these extracts are known for yielding quite a bit more than trim as well as providing a cleaner flavor.

With that summation from various sources, we then look at what's being said about trim run concentrates, noting a site saying; A Trim run is when concentrates are made from trim rather than buds. The site further states that Trim runs are generally thought to be a step below nug runs in terms of yield, potency and flavor. A variety of concentrate makers report similar results using either type of starting material.

Now let's turn to that oh so precious Nectar. First and foremost, let's understand the greater picture of 'Nectar' and the richness it is.  According to Greek Mythology, Nectar was called the divine drink that the Olympian gods had. It had the magical property to confer immortality on any mortal who had the luck to drink it. It was closely related to ambrosia, which was considered the food of the gods, although sometimes it was also thought to be a drink.

Studying further I stumbled onto an old blog with some interesting conversations posted one of which stated; "there are a lot of scientists/historians who believe the mythical drink "ambrosia" the nectar of the gods was created by having honey bee hives next to cannabis/hemp fields. The honey that is produced from that area then contains thc, that the ancient greeks would mix into a wine with euphoric like feelings."

So by connecting a few dots, we have a good idea of the origins of Nectar. Wiki says Nectar is a sugar-rich liquid produced by plants in glands called nectaries, either within the flowers with which it attracts pollinating animals, or by extrafloral nectaries, which provide a nutrient source to animal mutualists, which in turn provide antiherbivore protection.

Of course the conversation about bees, weed and honey got me to thinking and of course so did others, but to my astonishment, there's a fellow from france who calls himself Nicholas Trainer-bees who is becoming quite a little legend amongst both beekeepers and cannabis enthusiasts. He claims he has trained his bees to make honey from weed!  He states, “I have trained bees to do several things, such as collect sugar from fruits, instead of using flowers,” Nicholas said. “The aim arose for me to get the bees to obtain this resin.”

By using what he calls “a training technique whereby the bees collect the resin and use it in the beehive,” Nicholas and his bees have created the world’s first batch of “cannahoney.”


Well Howdy Doody! Do you think they'll package it in cans?  

Let's have some tea....pass the honey please.

MrD.

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Marijuana News: Illinois Decriminalizes, Medical Marijuana in Florida, and More

There has been a lot to celebrate lately in world of marijuana legalization news. Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both seem to support federal marijuana legalization, Illinois just decriminalized marijuana, California voters will decide on recreational marijuana this November, and marijuana patients in Florida can now get their medicine. Why not toke one in honor of these latest little milestones and victories in marijuana legalization efforts?

Illinois marijuana users in can breathe a small sigh of relief thanks to a recent decision to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana within the state. Instead of facing court, arrest, and potential jail time, people who get caught carrying less than 10 grams of marijuana, intended for personal use, will now be hit with just a fine, set at a maximum of $200. This makes Illinois the seventeenth state to decriminalize marijuana possession in small amounts, and the country's third largest state so far to do so. Medical marijuana is currently regulated in Illinois under a pilot program that's recently been extended into 2020 and expanded to make marijuana available to PTSD and terminal illness patients, but before now, possession of non-medical marijuana in any amount was considered a criminal offense instead of a minor civil offense.

For those of us in Colorado and other states where recreational marijuana is legal and we can just walk right into one of the many marijuana dispensaries and buy some bud or even clones–not to mention the marijuana deals , daily specials, and the wide variety of marijuana strains—the idea of a possible $200 fine just for carrying a joint in your pocket seems ridiculously harsh and unfair, but for people in Illinois, it's a big improvement.

Prior to the bill's signing, people who got caught with even weed residue could potentially be arrested on the spot and taken to jail. Or, you might just get a ticket, all depending on the cop's sole decision. While Chicago and approximately 100 other cities in Illinois had already taken the step of giving police officers the ability to issue citations for minor marijuana offenses rather than making arrests, many of the state's lawmakers had concerns about whether or not the police were being unbiased in how they handled marijuana crimes. Democratic Senator Heather Steans, one of the bill's sponsors, stated, “We’re treating people really differently across the state, and we should be really getting out of that.”

Meanwhile in Florida medical marijuana advocates are celebrating the smallest steps towards progress in a state where marijuana laws have been notoriously harsh. Florida approved the medical use of non-euphoric, high CBD marijuana strains for people who have cancer or other debilitating diseases two years ago, but due to delays and obstacles in getting licenses for dispensaries, it was just last week that the first medical dispensary was able to make its first sale. Still, only high CBD strains that are virtually void of THC are available in Florida, such as the Charlotte's Web strain often prescribed to children who need it for its medical benefits. This means that no matter how much you smoke of the medical weed in Florida, you won't at all get high. That might change with a proposed amendment that will be on the November election ballot. Amendment 2 would make medical marijuana available to more patients and it would also allow for strains containing higher THC content. Not a huge step forward, but a step nonetheless.

Across the country, attitudes about marijuana are rapidly changing as cannabis makes the mainstream news daily and more and more states opt to reexamine and transform their marijuana laws. Marijuana is big business, and for the many states struggling with budget issues, cannabis legalization is beginning to look very appealing. California voters will decide on Proposition 64 this November, a California marijuana legalization initiative that would legalize recreational marijuana sales and impose a 15% sales tax, which if it passes, is expected to generate upwards of one billion dollars in tax revenue in the first year alone. With Hillary Clinton representing a Democratic Party platform that urges a pathway towards federal legalization and Donald Trump contradicting the Republican Party platform by recently saying that both medical and recreational marijuana laws should be left up to the states, marijuana consumers, activists, and entrepreneurs have a lot to be hopeful for.

 

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Best way to smoke weed in August, August marijuana events and best dispensary deals in Denver

by The Savvy Stoner

Summer is waning and August is here, which is a little bit of a bummer for many of us who face back to school time or dread the coming of colder weather. But for now, the sun is still shining in Colorado where there's always a reason to celebrate the season with some super dank marijuana. From August marijuana events in Denver and best marijuana deals to a diy apple pipe just right for this time of year, here are the savvy stoner's top tips for enjoying the best of the Colorado marijuana lifestyle before summer truly comes to an end.

Best dispensary deals in Denver for August

Medicine Man Denver and Livwell have the best dispensary deals in Denver to grab this August. Both Denver dispensaries are offering recreational ounces for $99. At Livwell, the deal is good for select strains, with typically one or two types available. The deal is good at all their locations including Livwell Broadway. At Medicine Man, the deal is good for any single-strain top-shelf ounce and they offer a wide variety of strains to choose from. For the best concentrate deals Denver stoners are heading to The Joint by Cannabis where you can get two grams of wax or shatter for $50, recreational or medical.

Best August marijuana events in Denver

If you're looking for an unforgettable experience and network opportunities galore, check out the CannaCatwalk The Fusion fashion show in Denver that will take place August 22nd at the Denver Performing Art Complex. The show features new and unusual cannabis product lines, vendors, entertainment, a party bus, and of course, fashion. There's also the Cannazaar going on which you can catch on August 14th at Cluster Studios in Denver. With performance art, theatrics, contemporary artists, food vendors, outdoor games, shopping, marijuana party buses, and more, the Cannazaar has a little something for everyone. 

Best way to smoke weed in August

While the savvy stoner knows better than to give this kind of apple to the teacher, a homemade apple pipe is one of the most fun and festive ways to smoke weed in August. The first thing to do is remove the stem from a ripe, delicious Colorado apple. This stem-end is the end you will carve first, and once the apple pipe is complete, this is the end which you will place your mouth on to take your toke. Use a small paring knife or pocket knife to carefully cut around the core of the apple. Dig the core out carefully piece by piece, but take care to not remove too much. You'll want to remove about half of the core, so that the bottom end of the apple is still intact. Now turn your attention to the topside of the apple. You'll want to bore out a small bowl-shaped hole there, being careful to get close to, but not all the way down to, the hollowed out center core. I prefer to use the sharp end of a pencil for this, as it's easy to just poke in the pencil, swirl it around a few times, and you have a nice tapered bowl. Next you'll need to create a path for airflow between the bowl you just carved out and the hollow center. You need the hole to go all the way down to the hollowed out core of the apple, but you have to be careful to not make the hole too big or your weed will fall right through. If the hole is too narrow, you'll make your eyes pop out trying to get a hit. A toothpick is absolutely ideal, as this is just about the exact size hole you want to make. Just line up the toothpick with the middle of the bowl, and push the toothpick through carefully straight down and then up and out again in one smooth move. Now pack up the bowl and enjoy some apple-flavored marijuana.

 

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LA Weed Deals - Best Los Angeles Marijuana Dispensary Deals for First Time Patients

If you're looking for the best weed deals in Los Angeles CannaSaver has got you covered. From savvy stoner tips and tricks to loads of free printable marijuana coupons for dispensaries near you, CannaSaver is a great resource to help you save money on weed. There are many ways to save, and in this article we'll talk about how to save money on marijuana with Los Angeles dispensary deals and weed coupons especially for first time patients. Some of the best dispensaries in West Hollywood, East LA, and downtown Los Angeles are offering money-saving marijuana coupons from CannaSaver, free edibles and joints, and other excellent specials reserved only for first timers. First time patient doesn't mean you're new to medical marijuana, it just means it's your first time purchasing from that particular dispensary. If you want to find cheap weed in LA, trying out a new store is one way to do it. Here are the best first time patient LA weed deals we could find.

Best Dispensary Deals in West Hollywood for FTP

GMC is a marijuana dispensary in West Hollywood that is offering a good deal for first time patients on top shelf weed. 7 grams of top shelf marijuana is only $50 with the GMC CannaSaver coupon. MedMen, a medical marijuana dispensary on Santa Monica Blvd in West Hollywood, also has some great deals for first timers. They're offering BOGO deals on select strains of marijuana, select edibles, and concentrates with the MedMen CannaSaver marijuana coupon. If you like surprises, head to Zen Healing, a West Hollywood dispensary that's been around since 2004. They're giving a free gift to any first time patient with the Zen Healing CannaSaver coupon. What's the gift? It's a mystery!

Weed Deals in East LA for FTP

One of the best weed deals in East LA is at Union Collective. First time patients can get a top shelf eighth for just $20 with the  CannaSaver marijuana coupon. Space Lounge has another of the best LA weed deals. Any eighth is just $25 for first time patients at this East LA dispensary, with the deal they've got going on CannaSaver.

Marijuana Deals in Downtown Los Angeles for FTP

If you're looking for marijuana dispensary deals in downtown Los Angeles, The Buddha Company is definitely worth a look. They have a coupon on CannaSaver that gives first time patients a 25% off discount on concentrates. Another low priced dispensary in downtown Los Angeles is the $15 Shatter Wholesale. They have a marijuana deal on 3.5 grams of MoonRocks for just $30 for first time patients.

More LA Weed Deals

These are only a sampling of the Los Angeles dispensary deals available for first timers. There are lots of other LA weed deals that first timers and repeat patients alike can enjoy. Just go to CannaSaver and search for Los Angeles to find all the best dispensary deals near you. You can also get the best LA weed deals sent right to your inbox; just subscribe to the free CannaSaver newsletters or CannaBlog!

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DEA to Reclassify Marijuana: Official Confirms Looming Marijuana Decision

In a recent interview with aNewDomain, DEA staff coordinator Russ Baer confirmed reports that the DEA is considering reclassifying marijuana off the Schedule 1 list of controlled substances, and indicated that the enforcement of marijuana policy is not a top priority for the federal agency. Although stopping short of offering any specific details about how exactly marijuana might be reclassified, Baer did confirm the genuineness of a recently leaked letter from the DEA to the senate that stated the agency was hoping to reach a decision on whether or not to reclassify marijuana by mid-year. Baer downplayed the mid-year estimate though, stating, “We aren't holding ourselves to any artificial timeframe.”

While an official decision is still yet to be announced, speculation is strong that the DEA will indeed reclassify marijuana from a Schedule 1 drug to a Schedule 2 drug sometime this summer. Recently, an anonymous attorney for the DEA was reported by the Santa Monica Observer as stating that the DEA would soon reclassify marijuana to the schedule 2 list, sending marijuana industries and cannabis communities into watch and wait mode. The DEA's decision to reclassify marijuana to schedule 2 could have a significant impact on both the recreational marijuana and medical marijuana industries, and feelings are mixed as potential effects and consequences are still unclear.

Reclassifying marijuana from a Schedule 1 drug to a Schedule 2 drug makes medical marijuana legal at the federal level. This means that residents of any state could obtain a medical prescription for marijuana and be able to legally use it without fear of criminal charges, neither at the state nor federal level. “We’re not going to go chase after the mom who picks up cannabinol (CBD) in (one) state for her epileptic child and takes it to another state … ,” Baer stated.   

A reclassification to Schedule 2 would also remove many of the current legal obstacles to cannabis research, which could in turn help pave the way for new medical advances and discoveries. Baer explained, “We want there to be research on marijuana and its component parts, there needs to be (more) studies about both the benefits and the adverse effects about marijuana... We want to remove the roadblocks for (cannabis research.)”

While some marijuana activists that have been pushing for medical legalization at a federal level see a DEA decision to reclassify marijuana to Schedule 2 as a step in the right direction, others feel it doesn't go far enough and in fact could greatly inhibit the progress that's been made towards achieving full-scale marijuana legalization for recreational as well as medical purposes. The DEA divides controlled substances into five categories, or Schedules, based on accepted medical benefits and abuse potential. Drugs on the Schedule 1 list, where marijuana currently resides, are considered the most dangerous, with the highest potential for abuse and health risks, and no known medical benefits. Schedule 2 drugs are acknowledged as having some medical benefit, but they are still considered dangerous with high abuse and health risk potentials. The Controlled Substance Act is worded in a way that specifies Schedule 2 drugs can't be dispensed without a prescription, so a reclassification of marijuana to Schedule 2 could potentially destroy the recreational marijuana industry as we know it. It all depends on the specifics of how the drug is classified and how regulations are applied. As an official announcement on reclassifying marijuana is awaited, all eyes are on the DEA and many fingers are crossed that the details of the decision will allow for states to make their own choices regarding recreational marijuana.

 

 

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Oregon loses Hightimes Cannabis Cup in 2015 to Northern Cali!

It is a sad day in Oregon when the OLCC (Oregon Liquor Control Commission) will prevent a huge event like Hightimes Cannabis Cup from being in a venue that is large enough for 5000+ people. Regardless if liquor is served or not this did not matter to the OLCC when they threatened that any venue that allowed Hightimes to throw their event would be in danger of losing their liquor license. According to Hightimes this one Cannabis Cup could have brought in hundreds of thousands of dollars and possibly millions of dollars in revenue for Oregon.
 
Amanda YoungerHIGH TIMES Event Director, stated “Bringing the HIGH TIMES Cannabis Cup to Oregon has proven to be a Herculean task— in fact, it’s been the most difficult of all of our Cannabis Cups to get off the ground.

It seems funny that the citizens of a State that has made the choice to legalize marijuana
still have to pay the penalty for old school politics. 

What do YOU think?

We have noticed while reading the news lately that there is
still a lot Canna Bigotry in the United States.

Like for instance, Cyd Maurer, 25, a University of Oregon graduate who was the morning weekend anchor at Eugene's ABC affiliate "KEZI."  She was fired after getting into a minor accident while on the job. She was truthful with her supervisor about the use of legal recreational marijuana but of course after her drug test for work came back positive for THC she was fired.

Well guess what?


She's fighting back and now is a activist for the legal marijuana movement.

What are the weed laws going to be in the future?
This is a very touchy situation now that Oregon has made marijuana legal.

How does this play out with you and your job?


Canna Saver Oregon would love to hear what your thoughts are on this topic.
Express yourself - You never know there may be a coupon in it for ya. LOL 
Have a Beautiful Oregon Day!
 

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Best Chocolate Edibles in Denver

Posted by CANNASaver on Thursday, 16 June 2016 in Canna Blog

Denver Chocolate: Marijuana Chocolates and Best Dispensaries in Denver for Edibles 

In Denver chocolate comes not only in varieties such as specialty chocolate, gourmet artisan chocolate, milk, dark, and white, but also it can come spiked with a heavy dose of THC. Marijuana chocolates are a type of edible marijuana product that locals and out-of-state Colorado travelers alike can buy at many Denver recreational dispensaries. As long as you're over 21 and you have a valid photo id card, you can walk right in any of the best dispensaries in Denver for edibles and come out with a nice sampling of delicious marijuana chocolates and other tasty treats.

If you're traveling to Denver from out-of-state, just be sure to not overdo it. It's easy to eat a whole chocolate bar if it's your normal, everyday chocolate, but if it's marijuana chocolate, eating more than the recommended dose (which is typically just a small square) will likely knock you out and you may very well sleep through the rest of your Denver marijuana tour. Marijuana tourism in Denver offers an abundance of activities and sightseeing opportunities that you won't want to miss, so go moderate on the marijuana chocolates and other edibles. A little goes a long way, and any more than that can make you groggy, tired, or even sick.

You can find marijuana chocolates and other edibles at most Denver dispensaries, but not all brands and dispensaries are created equal. Here is a list of some of the best marijuana chocolates Denver chocolate lovers and edibles enthusiasts know and trust, along with the best dispensaries in Denver for edibles. If you're traveling to Denver for the marijuana tourism, these marijuana chocolates and recreational dispensaries are a must-try.

Marijuana Chocolates in Denver

Chocolate lovers taking a marijuana tour of Denver should be sure to sample some of the wonderful varieties of cannabis-infused chocolates available at many recreational dispensaries in Denver. Blue Kudu makes marijuana chocolate called the Coffee Crunch that's absolutely scrumptious. It's made with dark chocolate and coffee beans and each bar is infused with 40 or 80 mg of THC. Other marijuana chocolates they offer include toffee almonds, cookies and cream, cherry almonds, and The Original—an orange flavored marijuana chocolate bar infused with 80 mg of THC. You can pick up a Blue Kudu bar at Life Flower dispensary, one of the best dispensaries in Denver for edibles.

Another option for a hungry Denver tourist seeking a buzz is the Crispy Kraken made by Dixie. These chocolate bars are made with 34% premium cacao milk chocolate giving them a smooth and creamy texture and a balanced, not-too-sweet flavor. A layer of crispy rice provides a nice crunch, while the infusion of THC brings a moderate, feel-good high that won't knock you out as long as you don't overdo it. Another edible marijuana chocolate to try in the Dixie line that's gotten great reviews is the Chocolate Cherry Pretzel Bar. Salty, sweet, and slightly tart, this marijuana edible packs in 10 mg of THC per serving. Dixie products are available at the many Livwell dispensaries in Denver.

Mountain Medicine also makes some of the best marijuana chocolate and edibles in Denver. Their Magnificent Sea Salted Dark Chocolate Bite is made with dark Belgian chocolate, cannabis oil, and a hint of sea salt for the perfect blend of sweet, salty, and stoney. If coconut is your thing, try the Incredible Chocolate Coconut Bite, crafted with toasted coconut, coconut oil, and cannabis oil blended into a rich Belgian dark chocolate base. Each package contains eight servings, and each serving delivers 10 mg of THC.  MMJ America downtown and Livwell Broadway are two of the best dispensaries in denver for edibles and they both carry a large selection of marijuana chocolates made by Mountain Medicine.

Best Dispensaries in Denver for Edibles and Printable Coupons

If you want to save money on your marijuana chocolates and make sure you're getting the best dispensary deals in denver, be sure to check out CannaSaver. You'll find the best marijuana deals from the best dispensaries in denver for edibles like Livwell Broadway, Life Flower dispensary, and MMJ America downtown. Just find the deal you like, doublecheck to see if the dispensary is a recreational dispensary or medical dispensary, print the coupon, remember to bring your id to the weed store, and you're good to go. Chocolate is delicious wherever you are, but in Denver chocolate can take you to totally new heights!

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Las Vegas Weed Tourist Guide

Posted by CANNASaver on Friday, 16 December 2016 in Canna Blog

Smoking Weed in Las Vegas - A Weed Tourist Guide

Visiting Las Vegas from out of state is an exciting and fun experience, especially if you know how to make the most of your Vegas travel adventures. Whether you're visiting casinos, catching a show, doing some 420 travel or relaxing at a world class spa, there's plenty of sights to see and activities to enjoy in Las Vegas. Here are some tips from the Savvy Stoner to help you make the most of your trip to Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Travel Deals

If you're looking for Vegas travel deals, hotel discounts, Las Vegas transportation options, discount Vegas tours or Las Vegas package deals, one good resource to check is VegasWeed.net. Here, you’ll find links and information about legitimate Vegas travel deals. Take some time to shop around and compare prices before you book your trip, and check out online reviews, as well. That bargain hotel might not seem like such a good value when you actually see the place, so it's a good idea to see what other travelers recommend, or go through a site such as VegasWeed.net to make sure you get a true value that meets your expectations.

How to buy weed in Las Vegas

This past November, voters decided to make recreational marijuana legal in Nevada. Starting January 1, 2017, anyone age 21 or older can legally possess and consume up to an ounce of marijuana in Nevada. Dispensaries won't be open for recreational sales however until all the details are ironed out. Officials estimate that we can expect to see the first Nevada recreational dispensaries opening sometime between spring and fall of 2017.

If you're traveling to Las Vegas in the meantime, the good news is that if you have a medical marijuana license from out of state, you can buy weed at any of the medical marijuana dispensaries in Nevada. All you need is your out of state medical marijuana card and a valid photo i.d. such as an out of state driver's license or state issued i.d. card.

Las Vegas dispensaries

If you're looking for marijuana dispensaries in Las Vegas, you don't have to look too far to find one. Many dispensaries such as Sahara Wellness, Essence Dispensary , and Las Vegas ReLeaf are located on or near the Vegas strip. Another good one to check out is Euphoria Wellness. Located at 7710 S. Jones Blvd, this southwest Las Vegas dispensary offers medical marijuana, concentrates, and other high quality medical marijuana products. You can already get coupons for Euphoria Wellness and find other Vegas weed deals on CannaSaver. There are ounce specials, grams specials, concentrates deals, and more.

More Las Vegas travel info

The key to a good travel experience is preparation - know before you go. If you need more information on Las Vegas marijuana laws or how to get medical marijuana in Nevada, check out VegasWeed.net. Along with Vegas travel deals and the latest marijuana news, there's also up to date information about marijuana laws and regulations in Nevada. You can even apply for your Las Vegas medical marijuana card right on VegasWeed.net. 

Whatever your Las Vegas travel adventures may bring, may you take a moment while you're there to enjoy the green!

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Five Ways to Save Money on Recreational Weed and Medical Marijuana at Your Local Dispensary

For those of us who love weed, enjoying it as frequently as we'd like to enjoy it can get a little pricey. If a substantial portion of your budget is literally going up in smoke, it's time to find some ways to save money on marijuana. Here are five ways to cut back on your weed costs without having to cut back on the weed itself.

Go for Variety!

If you're only toking one type of weed, you'll quickly build up a tolerance, and the potency of the weed will seem to diminish with each bowl you smoke. Different strains of cannabis affect the mind and body in different ways. By enjoying a wide variety of buds, you're likely to feel higher and get maximum benefit from each little piece you toke, which enables you to get more bang for your buck.

Look for a dispensary that allow customers to split up quantities between different types of herbs, for instance, getting an ounce in the form of four quarters of different types of weed instead of just a single variety.

You might want to try a variety of cannabis consumption methods, too. The high provided by a single edible can last hours longer than the high produced from smoking a bowl, and is thus often more economical. Try topicals and edibles; supplement your best buds with dabs of wax and shatter and an additional bag of shake. It might seem counter-intuitive, but the more kinds of marijuana strains you enjoy, the more money you're likely to save on weed and concentrates in the long run at your local dispensaries!!

Share!

This again seems counter-intuitive, but it's true that the more weed you share, the less money will you spend at your dispensary on weed. It's the basic law of cannabis karma, the Golden Rule of weed smoking: Blaze up with others as you would have them toke with you. What goes around comes around, and that guy next door who you shared your last tiny bowl with yesterday might very well show up at your house tomorrow ready to smoke you up with a plump ounce of Colorado's finest weed. If you want to save money on weed, sharing beats out stinginess every time.

Use CannaSaver Coupons!

Seeing as you're here right now, you're most likely already aware that you can find tons of great money saving Denver recreational marijuana and MMJ coupons and deals on CannaSaver.com, but are you taking full advantage of all the dispensary discounts and weed deals available to you? You can find coupons for discount ounces, grams of wax and shatter, complimentary joints, buy one get one free edibles, and more from your favorite Denver dispensaries close to home. Check local newspapers and magazines for sales and specials, and make it a habit to pop onto CannaSaver.com to look for Dispensary Daily Specials and new recreational coupons and deals before you head out to the local dispensary or retail store. Actually, if you sign up for the CannaSaver Colorado newsletter, you'll get notified about the latest specials right in your email, so you won't miss out on any extra big savings and discounts.

Buy in Bulk!

Generally, the more weed you purchase from a dispensary at once, the cheaper per gram will it be. While a single gram might run you around $5-$10 in Denver, an entire ounce consisting of 28 grams can be purchased for $150—or even less, if you're coupon savvy. Determine how much money you have to spend on herbs in your monthly or bi-weekly budget, and when possible, procure the full quantity of buds you expect to need in a single purchase. The flower themselves will likely be cheaper, and you'll also save money (and time!) by avoiding extraneous trips to the local dispensary.

Grow It!

If it's legal for you to do so, why not grow some marijuana yourself? You might not have the greenest thumb or the most high-tech set-up, but any herb you manage to grow yourself is herb that you won't have to purchase. Cannabis cultivation can be a complex art, but mastering the basics is very simple. Cannabis is a weed, after all, and by Nature's design, it grows quickly and easily. There are also many great books on how to grow your own, like the Three A Light book on how to get 3 pounds per light. This book is really one of the best out there, especially if your looking to really get the highest yield per plant.  You might even arrange a growers co-op, providing a way for other small-scale cannabis gardeners to share, barter, and trade their spoils. Have the members of the gardening co-op stagger their growing cycles so that someone is always likely to have something ready to harvest.

These aren't the only ways to save money on cannabis, of course, but they're some of the most effective strategies you can employ without having to cut down on your weed intake. With a little savvy, you can get as high or as medicated as you like for a lot less cost.

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