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Where to Find the Best and Cheapest Weed Deals in Denver this Week

When I’m looking for the best Denver dispensary deals near me, I don’t waste time searching for the deals I want. I go straight to Cannasaver where it’s easy to find exactly what I’m looking for instantly like Denver concentrates deals, topicals deals, cheap edibles, or the lowest price for an ounce in Denver. Here’s a quick round-up of some of the top deals you can find for free on Cannasaver right now.

Denver Dispensary Sign-Over Bonus

Are you looking for a dispensary on Alameda? Check out Herbal Remedies Alameda dispensary at Sheridan and Alameda. They have a wonderful dispensary sign-over bonus for first timers to offer you. If you’re a medical patient and you choose to make Herbal Remedies your new caregiver, they will match your first purchase up to $100 after a 30-day sign-over period. Herbal Remedies is located at 5109 W. Alameda Avenue in Denver.

Livwell Deal on CannaSaver

You can also find some pretty sweet Livwell deals on Cannasaver, like how about saving 20% on your purchase of topicals? Right now they have 5 Leaf Topicals on sale for 20% off. With several locations throughout the Denver metro, you can always find a Livwell dispensary nearby.

Durban Poison Deal

For an ounce deal on Broadway, head to Top Shelf Dispensary. They have $95 ounces of Durban Poison, Red Headed Stranger, and Alien OG. Want an even better ounce deal? You can grab an ounce of Kizzle for only $80 out the door. These Denver ounce deals are for medical customers only.

Medical Edibles Deals

Have you been to 1136 Yuma yet? It’s truly one of the best Denver dispensaries, and they have the deals to prove it. One of the 1136 Yuma deals you can find on Cannasaver right now will save you 20% on your purchase of select Incredibles chocolate bars.

You can also find a tempting medical edibles deal at Spark Dispensary on East 48th avenue in Denver. Wana strawberry flavored gummies are buy one get one free right now, making them only $28 for two of these very popular CBD edibles!

Cheap Weed Near Lakewood

If you’re looking for the best weed deals near Lakewood, The STONE should be your new best friend. This Morrison Road dispensary is just a few minutes drive from Lakewood and features some of the lowest priced weed in Denver. On special this week they have $34 half ounces. With eight different strains to choose from at this price, you might want to bring along some friends!

Best Denver Blunt Deals

Love blunts but hate the hassle of rolling them? Well, Herbs4You in cap hill has the herbs--or blunts!--for you! You can get six pre-rolled blunts for just $40. Crafted by Honest Marijuana, these blunts really pack a punch!

More Dispensary Deals, Cheaper Ounces, and More Marijuana Savings and Discounts

You can find hundreds more weed deals like these on Cannasaver, which will save you substantial money on flower, concentrates, edibles, topicals, and more.  We’re on your side here. The more money you save, the more marijuana you can buy, and the higher you can get! And who among us here wouldn’t say a huge “Yes” to that? Take a quick look today at the newest Denver weed deals and see for yourself!

 

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Denver Deals of the Week: Best Prices on Caviar, Vapes, and Ounces

Don’t have time to shop around for the lowest prices in Denver on ounces, vapes, caviar, or other dispensary purchases? Savvy Stoner to the rescue! I’m here to give you a round-up of some of the most tempting deals and biggest savings you can score this week from your favorite dispensaries in Denver with local Cannasaver coupons near you.

Denver Vape Deals

If you like the smoothness of vaping versus smoking, check out the Santana Smooth Inhalers coupon for $59 off. For just $99 dollars, you get a 1000 mg Santana Smooth Inhalers cartridge in your choice of flavors including orange, berry, or natural. You can also choose whether you want a full spectrum THC cartridge or a CBD cartridge, and each one has enough for 100 10mg doses. Santana Smooth Inhalers are available at Golden Meds Leetsdale, a Cherry Creek dispensary. For a concentrates deal in Cherry Creek on a high quality vape cartridge, this one is hard to beat.

Denver Ounce Deals

With all the incredible ounce deals  Denver dispensaries are offering right now, it’s a perfect time to stock up on some bud for the holiday season. The dispensary coupons on Cannasaver make it easy to score ounces for less than $100 this week.

One of the best deals is at The Lodge Cannabis south Denver dispensary on Federal, where Holy Grail kush is on sale for $92 an ounce recreational with the coupon on Cannasaver. The STONE dispensary near Lakewood also has a great recreational deal, with twelve strains on sale for just $95 an ounce with coupon.

Looking for a medical ounce deal in Denver? At Top Shelf Dispensary, a Baker district weed store, medical customers can get a $100 ounce deal on any strain in the store, or choose from a selection of strains for just $75 an ounce.

Best Caviar Deal in Denver

If you like caviar but have trouble justifying spending so much extra for it, it’s your lucky day! At Universal Herbs South Denver dispensary on S. Jason street, Kaviar joints are on sale for just $20 a pop. All you need to get the deal is the Universal Herbs coupon from Cannasaver and a $20 bill; all taxes are included. This price is only good for recreational customers, but if you’re looking for medical marijuana deals, they have plenty of those, as well.

How to Use Dispensary Coupons

Dispensary coupons are very easy to use. Most dispensaries will let you simply display the coupon on your phone at the time of purchase, while some stores might prefer to have the coupon printed out. Cannasaver coupons are free to use and free to print, and new deals are added daily. If you have a question about a particular deal, just call up the dispensary and tell them you saw their dispensary coupons on Cannasaver. They’ll be happy to help! New dispensary coupons can (and do!) appear at any hour of any day, so check the site frequently, follow the weekly deals blog here, or subscribe to our free email notifications to get a sampling of the very best weed deals in Denver delivered straight to your phone or inbox.

Till next time, I’ll be chillin’ in Tokin County...

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1136 Yuma Opens New Recreational Dispensary in Lincoln Park Close to Downtown Denver.

1136 Yuma has expanded into the recreational market as one of the best dispensaries in Lincoln Park and savvy stoners all over Denver are thrilled. Well-known for their excellent quality and deals on medical marijuana, the dispensary will now be offering recreational marijuana sales in addition to medical marijuana at their downtown Denver dispensary.To celebrate the grand opening of the new 1136 Yuma recreational dispensary, they’re offering some solid deals with a variety of dispensary coupons on CannaSaver.

Featuring a great variety of sativa and indica strains, topicals like Citrus Canna Creme, Incredibles edibles, Pura Elements vape cartridges, live resin, and much, much more, this Lincoln Park dispensary has everything you would expect to find at a full-service recreational and medical dispensary and then some. Their customer service is above the bar, with a staff that’s willing to go the extra mile to ensure that every client is happily satisfied and gets exactly what they need.

Among the 1136 Yuma coupons and deals going on right now for their recreational dispensary grand opening is an offer for a recreational wax or shatter deal priced at just $15.50 a gram. Prefer buds? They’re also offering a deal on a recreational eighth for $18.50, or a recreational half-ounce for only $42. If you’re a medical marijuana patient, they’ll still be offering the same awesome deals and special dispensary coupons for medical marijuana products that you’re accustomed to. Just check on CannaSaver for the latest 1136 Yuma deals and coupons.

Beyond the low prices and the quality, one thing I love about this dispensary is their hours. It can be difficult to find a Denver dispensary open early, but 1136 Yuma dispensary opens early everyday at 8:00 a.m., making it very convenient to stop by before work or yoga class. They’re very easy to find, too. Located at 1136 Yuma Court just off I-25, the downtown Denver dispensary is only a five minute drive from Lincoln Park and only a half mile from Strange Craft Beer Company.

Stop by 1136 Yuma today and join us in celebrating their new recreational dispensary with some amazing deals on weed, concentrates, and more!

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Capitol Hill and North Denver Dispensary Deals from LaConte’s Clone Bar

Have you been to LaConte’s Clone Bar yet, or recently? If not, you’re missing out on some of the best weed deals and concentrate deals in Denver. LaConte’s Clone Bar really knows what they’re doing when it comes to providing high-quality marijuana flower, clones, seeds, concentrates, edibles, and more, and best of all, they keep their prices low so that everyone can have access to the best marijuana available. They have a Capitol Hill dispensary near Cheesman Park that’s located at 105 E. 7th avenue in downtown Denver. If you’re looking for Capitol Hill dispensary weed deals, this LaConte’s Clone Bar Central downtown Denver dispensary should be one of the first places you look. Their other location is La Conte’s Clone Bar North, a dispensary in north Denver just to the east of I-25 and to the north of I-70 and the RiNo arts district. Located at 5194 Washington street, this dispensary near RiNo has solid weed deals everyday. This week especially, both LaConte’s Clone Bar locations are offering some super spectacular Denver deals on concentrates, clones, seeds, and flower. Check out some of the best deals from La Conte’s on CannaSaver this week.

Best Prices on Clones and Seeds in Denver

Do you want to grow weed but you don’t know where to start? LaConte’s Clone Bar has some of the best prices on clones and seeds in Denver, and their knowledgeable staff is always happy to answer any questions you may have about how to grow marijuana. Right now you can get a great deal on clones at the Capitol Hill dispensary or the North Denver dispensary near Northside Park. The clones deal is $20 per clone for recreational customers, and only $10 per clone for medical clients. All their plants come with a 30 day guarantee. If you want to start from seeds, they’re offering a 20% off discount on a six-pack of seeds for recreational customers.

Ounce Deals in Capitol Hill and North Denver

At both the Capitol Hill dispensary near Cheesman Park and the North Denver dispensary near RiNo you can get some of the best concentrates deals in Denver. For starters, they have $15 grams of budder or wax by Quest, available in many varieties. You can also get a concentrates deal for grams of LaConte’s recreational shatter or wax for $20 each, or 5 grams for only $100 out the door, and you can even mix and match from over twenty strain-specific wax and shatter varieties. Want a deal on an ounce of concentrates? Medical members can get 28 grams of shatter for $400, while non-member medical customers can get 28 grams for $450. These are pretty great prices for a full ounce of concentrates! Are you curious to try live resin? Both of LaConte’s Denver dispensary locations are offering $42 grams Harmony live resin or Olio live resin for recreational customers, while medical customers can choose Olio live resin, budder, or sugar for the same price of just $42 a gram.

They also have some of the best Denver vape deals. Right now, for instance, there’s a vape deal from LaConte’s on CannaSaver for pure CO2 500mg vape cartridges at just $18 a piece. You can choose these V3 Oil Pure CO2 vape cartridges in sativa, indica, or hybrid varieties. They also have deals for O.Pen and deals for Evolabs. O.Pen vape products are all 40% off for recreational customers, while medical customers can get a 20% off discount on Evolabs Chroma cartridges, refills, and iHits with the CannaSaver Evolabs coupon. To get the deals, you can simply display the CannaSaver coupons on your phone at time of purchase, or print them up ahead of time if you prefer.

Wherever you are, you Can Save with CannaSaver

Whether you’re looking for Capitol Hill dispensary deals from stores like LaConte’s, or you need weed deals in South Denver or concentrates deals in Wheat Ridge, CannaSaver is the easiest way to find the lowest prices on weed, concentrates, edibles, and other delectables from dispensaries nearest you. Check it out today and see for yourself how much money you can save on marijuana!

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Cannabis Terpenes and Sex: Which Cannabis Terpenes can Improve your Sex Life?

Terpenes are flavorful, aromatic compounds found in marijuana, and they each produce a complex array of effects. Some terpenes can make you feel drowsy, while other terpenes are energizing. Some terpenes can even improve your sex life! The subject of terpenes and sex has yet to be studied very extensively, but knowing the effects of terpenes and understanding what it takes to increase your libido will help you choose the best terpenes for sex and the most aphrodisiac marijuana strains.

Marijuana Terpenes for Common Sexual Problems

Sex is natural and naturally enjoyable. If you’re not wanting it or digging it as much as you usually do and this is something that’s bothering you, it might be stress, anxiety, or depression that’s getting in your way of a good time. These issues can lead to a decreased libido, “performance anxiety,” emotional distance, and other common sexual problems that can be challenging to conquer in even the best relationships. Terpenes can help you move past these problems and improve your sex life because of their powerful effects on both the body and the mind. In order to enjoy sex to the fullest, you need to be feeling relaxed and reasonably happy. If you’re feeling extremely worried or sad, even the best partner in the world won’t be able to get you into it. To help you get in that relaxed, happy state most conducive to sexual bliss, you want to choose terpenes that are known to have calming or euphoric effects. Avoid strains that are rich in terpenes that can lead to drowsiness. You need to be able to relax, but you don’t want to put yourself to sleep, either!

The Best Marijuana Terpenes for Sex

So what are the best terpenes for sex? The verdict is still out, but in this Savvy Stoner’s professional opinion--and many agree with me--the best terpenes for sex are limonene and linalool. Here’s how these two terpenes can improve your sex life.

Limonene - This terpene helps give you that lighter-than-air, head-in-the clouds sense of euphoria and relaxation that’s just right for relieving stress and improving your mood so that you can more easily get in the mood for love. Super Lemon Haze and Durban Poison both have high levels of limonene.

Linalool - Technically a terpenoid, linalool is similar to limonene in that it’s relaxing and great for stress relief. It also provides benefits as an antidepressant. Linalool does have some sedative qualities, though, so don’t overdo it. Amnesia Haze is a great sativa strain with a high level of linalool.

Terpenes to Avoid

Just as essential as knowing which terpenes improve sex is knowing which terpenes can inhibit sex. Unless exhaustion is your problem and you just need to get some more sleep before you feel ready for sex, myrcene is a terpene that you’ll want to avoid in high concentrations. This is because myrcene has a very strong sedative effect, deeply relaxing the mind and body into a state commonly known as “couch lock.” You simply won’t be motivated or energetic enough for sex--all that movement, all that expenditure of energy...how can you possibly do all that when you can’t even bring yourself to stand up?! Indicas have more myrcene than sativas; in fact, it’s the myrcene content that determines how a strain is classified. If the strain has a concentration of the myrcene terpene greater than .5%, it’s considered an indica, while if it’s below .5% in myrcene, it’s considered a sativa. What this means is that if you want to avoid myrcene, choose a sativa.

Where to Find Deals for Cannabis Terpenes

Now that you know what terpenes and strains to look for to improve your sex life, it’s time to put it to the test and see for yourself the benefits of terpenes. Try out a few different strains with different terpene profiles and notice how each strain affects you and your sex drive. You’ll soon determine the strains and terpenes that are best for you. If you want to find great coupons and deals for terpene rich marijuana strains, ounce specials, concentrates, or edibles, just look on CannaSaver to find the best prices on terpenes at a dispensary near you

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The Savvy Stoner’s Marijuana FAQ - How do I Find Dispensaries and Weed Deals Near Me?

If you look up marijuana FAQ on the internet, you’ll see a bunch of pages full of facts about cannabis and pages outlining state marijuana laws in Colorado, California, and other states where weed is legal. But what you don’t see addressed on these marijuana faq pages are the more pressing questions that every stoner wants to know-- questions like Where can I find a dispensary near me? Or, What is the cheapest ounce deal near me that I can get right now, as in today? Well, the Savvy Stoner here has the answers to the questions that are really weighing on your mind. In this first installment of the Savvy Stoner’s marijuana FAQ, I’ll answer questions about how I find dispensaries and deals near me. Got a question for the Savvy Stoner? Send it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Where can I Find a Dispensary Near Me?

Whether you’re in Colorado in Denver, Boulder, or Colorado Springs, or whether you’re at Laguna Beach or Mission Viejo in Orange County, California, there’s one question that’s asked again and again-- Where can I find a dispensary near me? This Savvy Stoner likes to travel a lot and I get lost rather easily, but wherever I am,  when I need to find a find a dispensary near me all I have to do is go on CannaSaver and type my location in the search bar at the top of the page. I instantly see not only where dispensaries near me are located, but I also see weed coupons and dispensary deals from these same local weed stores. Which brings us to our next marijuana FAQ...

Where can I Find the Cheapest Dispensary Deals near me?

The fastest and easiest way to find the cheapest dispensary deals near me is to go on CannaSaver and click on the category of marijuana product that I’m looking for. If I want shatter deals near me, I click on concentrates from the drop-down “categories” menu, and it pulls up all the best dab deals near me from local dispensaries. If I’m looking for ounce deals near me, I just click on the “ounce deals” tab and voila! I’m transported to a page full of ounce deals near me, from $50 shake ounces to top-shelf flower $100 ounces. CannaSaver automatically detects my location, too,so I don’t even have to search for the city I’m in to see dispensary deals near me. If I’m in L.A. and go on CannaSaver, I automatically see Los Angeles dispensary deals near me. If I’m in Denver and go on CannaSaver, I see deals from Denver dispensaries.

CannaSaver is very user-friendly and enables you to comparison shop at a glance to find the cheapest weed deals in Denver, Los Angeles, and other forward-thinking places that have stepped into the light and made marijuana legal.

Until next time...the Savvy Stoner awaits your weed questions! This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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PLANTS AND SPICES WITH A BUZZ FEATURE

 

Before you get all excited about new ways to catch a buzz, it is highly recommended that you conduct full research on the items presented in this article. As with many items that pertain to taking a substance of any type, effects are individual and information shared is from that of another's experience.  This article in no way promotes the use of these contents, but does encourage the investigation into each one, their dosage and potential benefits.  When in doubt, consult a scientist or medical professional.

 

Philosopher Terence Mckenna has a video floating around on Youtube describing this first plant. He says if you do it right, you will open yourself up to a new world, but cautioned the amount consumed because it doesn't take much.

 

SALVIA DIVINORUM is a plant that many may know as “sage", different from the spices you cook with however. This plant is just over three feet tall and has incredibly large leaves, hollow square stems, and occasional white flowers with violet calyxes ( husk or wrapping). Sometimes, you may find white or purple flowers growing on the stems. It  is a psychoactive plant which can induce visions and other altered and spiritual experiences.

 

CATNIP  - Not just for Cats!  European countries have been using it for treating several health conditions. This plant can be good for digestion; it acts as a sedative, tranquilizer, and promoter of menstruation.  It is said to be an effective cure for infant colic as well. When this plant is consumed in the form of tea, its aromatic flavor is considered to be a remedy for coughs and colds. It’s said to give relief in cases of chest congestion and also loosens and relaxes muscles. It can be either smoked or taken in the form of juice, tincture or tea. It produces a sense of calmness and relaxation, while sometimes producing a mild sense of euphoria coupled with giddiness.

 

WHITE SAGE - The dried leaves are typically used in smoking blends to improve mood. White sage promotes feelings of relaxation and also boosts memory. When smoked alone the flavor can be intense. According to United State Department of Agriculture, it can also be used to treat eczema and skin eruptions. 

 

DAMIANA -  is a small shrub with flowers that give off a very aromatic scent. This plant is usually mixed into a tea or sugary beverage.  The plant is said to give a “relaxed" feeling almost immediately. Damiana is also used more and more as incense because of its aromatic calming effect. It has long been used as a relaxant and aphrodisiac. Native Indians were known to drink sweetened Damiana tea,  and it is said to be believed as one of the original ingredients of margaritas.

 

BLUE LOTUS - is a plant that is also known as “Sacred Blue Lily". Some refer to this plant as the “spiked plant"; because of its blue and white spiked petals, and because it is said to give the same type of effects as a sedative. It also supposedly increases your conscious awareness. It is said that your senses will be heightened and at the same time you may feel a sense of peace and tranquility. It contains nuciferan (a natural anti-spasmodic) along with aporphine, which will give you feelings of a calming euphoria.

 

Nature is amazing. From plant life to human life, everyday we learn, grow and experience new thoughts and ideas. If you have any ideas about trying any of the aforementioned plants and spices for a recreational high, make sure to investigate fully and consume responsibly.

 

Happy Week.

MrD.

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DENVER CANNABIS CONSUMPTION PILOT PROGRAM

 

Vote Yes on Initiative 300 is the chime ringing in and around the city of Denver as voters take a shot at approving what could open up the door for marijuana social clubs and indoor cannabis use by licensed public establishments.

The Yes on 300 campaign is a pilot program that aims to create private areas for adults 21+ to consume cannabis socially, and many think it's about time.   Since passing Amendment 64 in Colorado, there's been a 500%  increase in public consumption tickets issued in Denver County with African-Ameri­­cans being ticketed at a rate 2.6 times higher than others.
 
The City of Denver Cannabis Consumption Pilot Program is believed to be a responsible approach to solving this problem by providing designated areas in certain City-permitted business establishments where adults 21 and over may consume cannabis in accordance with the Colorado Clean Indoor Air Act while out of view of the general public.

Another matter at hand are the 70 million tourists attracted to Colorado each year with no place to legally consume what's becoming the state's biggest cash crop.  Moreover, now that California has legalized recreational marijuana, Colorado has to be forward thinking to keep the tourist coming to continue to bolster the the state's tourism revenues which have increased nicely since the passing of Amendment 64.

The Colorado Tourism Office reported that 77.7 million visitors visited the state in 2015 spending an all-time high of $19.1 billion. This is an increase of almost 7% from 2014,  generating $1.13 billion in state and local taxes.

The Denver Department of Excise and Licenses will handle permits but only after a prospective permit holder has received formal approval from an eligible neighborhood organization (HOA) prior to applying.  
 
What's really interesting about the indoor smoking initiative is the fact that on July 1, 2006, the Colorado Clean Indoor Air Act went into effect which banned smoking (tobacco products) in all enclosed workplaces statewide, including bars and restaurants.
 
This was a major reconditioning of a society's behaviour and now another shift in perception with legalized weed and a special privilege to consume cannabis socially in public is certainly widening the gap of possibilities of just how far human potential will take us. (Did someone say Amsterdam?)
Just for the record, here are the rules given by the Colorado Clean Indoor Air Act posted on their website for your clarification.
 
The Clean Indoor Air Act applies to community associations and prohibits smoking in restrooms, hallways, lobbies and other common areas in any public or private buildings, including condominium buildings, and within a fifteen foot radius of building entryways.  The law does not prevent owners from smoking in their residences, and does not clearly restrict smoking on private patios or balconies, although some associations impose more stringent smoking restrictions through their recorded covenants or rules.  

Colorado community associations, and individuals, in violation of the Clean Indoor Air Act may face fines.  The law establishes a fine schedule of $200 for the first violation, $300 for the second, and $500 for the third and subsequent violations.

Any establishment that chooses to allow social cannabis use will be required to comply with the Colorado Clean Indoor Air Act, which means only non-smokable forms of cannabis, such as vaporizers, will be allowed indoors. Smoking cannabis will only be allowed in designated exterior areas that are not visible to the public right of way. An odor control plan will be required and odor complaints may result in loss of permit.
 

Right on Colorado!

Progress.

MrD.

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Where Strain Names Come From

 

If you’ve never spent much time around marijuana, walking into a dispensary can have some interesting aspects you may not be prepared for, one of the most consistently hilarious being the names of marijuana strains. There are hundreds if not thousands of different strains, though they are not as random as they seem. While some can be informative and others just seem to be random or silly, there are more clues in the names as to what you can expect from certain strains than most people realize, even allowing you to accurately imagine what kinds of effects a strain you’ve never seen before will have on you, if named properly.

Ultimately the names should always be some kind of reference to the genetics of the two parent plants that created whatever strain it is that you are considering buying. For instance, several strains can be found with “Kush” somewhere in their name, a sort of suffix that can tell you a few different things. Generally these strains are named because are descendants of a subset of indica plants that originally grew in the Hindu Kush mountain range around Afghanistan and India. These will generally be more on the relaxed, euphoric side unless they have been crossed with something particularly racy.

Chem and Dawg are two other qualifiers that can be found a lot in different strains, Cali Chem, Chem Forum, Alien Dawg, Ghost Dawg, and both refer to the strain Chemdawg. This strain is very popular as it crosses well with other strains and produces very well harvestwise. It can also have many different effects when combined with other strains, but in my experience they all generally carry a high THC content and a bit more of an uplifting effect that some other strains, whether they come out more on the Indica or Sativa side. It is also one of the parent plants of Sour Diesel, another strain that can be found littered into tons of strains, anything with “sour” or “diesel” in the name generally containing some amount of Chemdawg as well.

One of the most disputed qualifiers that you can find in marijuana names is OG, which has several different possible translations, none of which truly confirmed or denied. There are a few stories that relate it to the phrase “Original Gangster,” in relation to few different rappers or rap groups having coined it, while other speculation is that it can refer to “Original Genetics,” sort of relating it to be descendant of a land race. The most credible story that I have come across is that a breeder took some Afghan genetics to California and managed to grow it as solid as it originally grew in a much different climate, then explaining that the plants were not mountain grown but were “Ocean Grown.” This distinction gets thrown around a bit more than it should, sometimes with growers just adding it on for no reason to feign credibility.

Another thing that doesn’t show up too often is phenotype numbers. When you grow marijuana from seeds each one has the potential to be slightly different in it’s effects, though generally sticking to the same kind of feeling per strain. These different phenotypes can sometimes get renamed into new strains but some companies retain their original names with numerical notations to track batches of different phenotypes. For instance, Bruce Banner is a very popular strain but not that many people realize that the phenotype they have probably had is the Bruce Banner 5. This can sometimes cause distress when your favorite strain is just not as good as usual, it could be because it is a different phenotype.

So while there may be a list in front of you with twenty or so names you don’t recognize or that sound made up, ask about their genetics. With the freedom to grow and experiment that we have in this industry there is so much more opportunity for finding the perfect strain for you. Make note of what works and what doesn’t, try new strains whenever you can. If you decide that Diesel trains aren’t for you, you’ll know that anything on the list that says “Sour” might be a waste of your time, allowing you to narrow down your experience and get you closer to your perfect strain.

 

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An Industry of Deals

 
The marijuana industry has always revolved around deals, even when it was only in the black market realm. Everyone wanted to find the guy that would give them the most for their money, the strongest products for less, the highest quantity for the least money. Anyone that did know the guy became a hot commodity, and other sellers had to match the kinds of deals going on in their area. But now with medical and recreational legalization there are so many more companies and options than ever before, and the industry is geared to expand even further with new states starting medical and recreational programs as they will no doubt create new edible companies and strains to be tried.

Dispensaries have followed this example of offering similar discounts to the black market days, specific quantity breakdown so that customers can easily order what they are used to even without being familiar with a particular dispensary’s workings. If you walk into a dispensary and ask for an eighth, they’ll more than likely know what you mean. Most dispensaries offer a different deal every day, as well as weekend specials and holiday specific sales, allowing customers to gear their purchasing schedule to make sure they can always get some kind of deal that works for them, while at the same time allowing dispensaries to push specific products on specific days. This can get overwhelming considering the hundreds of dispensaries in any given market, but there is still hope for finding your perfect purchase.

If you are someone that is looking for the best deals there are now a few options for finding just what you need, local newspapers that allow dispensary advertising, dispensary and product company newsletters, and especially deal sites like this one, Cannasaver. Dispensaries can easily update their deals every day to make sure that their specials are constantly broadcast, each special complete with a printable coupon and information on exactly where you need to go to get it. It can also be somewhat more helpful than printed media, as often those sales can have expiration dates that may not even be printed on the ads themselves, and there are many dispensaries with similar enough names to have people walk into your dispensary with another company’s ad.

Deals are also even more of an important element in this industry because of the overpopulation of dispensaries in general, each one fighting to retain customer base rather than just bringing in the occasional big sale. In the past year recreational and medical prices on flower have fallen by almost half of where they were when I first started in the industry, and people are still looking to spend as little as possible to get what they need. Another reason they have become even more important is the recent change to purchasing limits, as companies really need to fight to make sure customers are buying edibles and concentrates from them instead of hitting their limit somewhere else. This is more specific to Colorado but has also been adopted as the default amounts by California.

So even if you just came here for the blogs, check out what this kind of service has the potential to offer you. You may be able to save more than you could have ever imagined on products you buy all the time, or even learn about something more affordable you didn’t realize existed. Sorting through individual ads can take far more time than having the ability to quickly narrow down your search for your next great find.

 

 

 

 

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What Medical Marijuana Means for the South

 
Florida has passed medical marijuana into legalization, and they could be responsible for more expansion of the industry than they realize. Since Florida is in close proximity to some particularly anti-marijuana southern states, we may see some similarities between what has been happening in Colorado and what could happen to Florida, but there is a chance that their participation in the industry could lead to a much faster acceptance in surrounding states.

I am from Tennessee, which is not a great place to live if you want marijuana to be an important part of your life, as even with heartbreaking stories of kids with ailments that could be extremely effectively remedied by medical cannabis, the push to get any sort of new state legislation on the plant has always failed. But now that Florida will be cultivating medical marijuana there is most likely going to be an overflow of black market sales from Florida to surrounding states, as that market never completely disappears, even in Colorado where you would think recreational sales would have helped squelch that presence there are still many people who use dispensary deals to make extra money on the side.

Some time ago Colorado came under scrutiny from surrounding states because it was said that their law enforcement was having to deal with more and more issues coming from recreational sales, people crossing state lines with products either just bought for themselves or in some cases just general trafficking. While this is of course a negative it does begin to tear down arguments against marijuana use, especially when you see your state’s populous leaving to go somewhere else to spend their money. This has an interesting effect of encouragement on the public from surrounding states, and can help push a state government to more seriously consider just what it is their state may be losing out on by not having their own medical or recreational programs in place.

The initial effect is generally some degree of exodus, and we will probably see many of the people that genuinely need cannabis for medical purposes moving to Florida from surrounding states. In Colorado’s case this heavily impacted the real estate market, and should they decide to move forward with recreational sales they will also see a great rise in their already substantial tourism industry. But even more important is the presence of an acceptance of marijuana in the south.

The south really has made no advancement in marijuana acceptance or legislation, with the exception of some instances where CBD products are available in medical capacities, but recreational might as well be a curse word. But now that Florida has begun their journey to solidify their own medical market, the southern states will have to sit by and watch as Florida rakes in money that could be theirs if they were to think about some form of legalization. This presence alone is important, as the previous closest place to watch deal with the marijuana industry was Washington D.C. I believe.

I left Tennessee to come to Colorado to be a part of this industry and gain as much experience as I could so that someday I could return and help my home’s market expand as much as possible, but the main reason I left was because I felt that southern states would be among the last to accept any kind of industry existence. But now that Florida has begun their journey I am much more hopeful that the south will take a much harder look at just what can be gained from participation in this growing marijuana world. I just hope that it goes well, so that I can go home someday and help the people close to me.

 

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STATES VOTE YES $8 BILLION EXPECTED

 

Hello, and thank you. It is now time to mark this date in history in yet another forward movement for man kind and conduct happy celebration for the cannabis reception of the century.  Several states now take a position on the pro-cannabis course that's expected to generate at least another $8 billion in cannabis revenues as this ramps up.

 California now joins the union where recreational pot has already been in sales and use; Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington. California being the top dog obviously due to the large population has approved recreational cannabis and anticipates an estimated annual revenue of $1.4 billion dollars on rec sales alone. Cali already sees an estimated $2.7 billion from legal medical pot sales.

 Nate Bradley, executive director of the California Cannabis Industry Association said, "Proposition 64 will allow California to take its rightful place as the center of cannabis innovation, research and development. We are very excited that citizens of California voted to end the failed policy of marijuana prohibition."

 Chief Ken Corney, president of the California Police Chiefs Association seems a tad bit annoyed as one can assume by his statement, "We are, of course, disappointed that the self-serving moneyed interests behind this marijuana business plan prevailed at the cost of public health, safety, and the wellbeing of our communities.” “We will take a thorough look at the flaws in Proposition 64 that will negatively impact public health and safety, such as the initiative’s substandard advertising restrictions and lack of prosecutorial tools for driving under the influence of marijuana, and begin to develop legislative solutions."  Sort of a buzz kill dude.

abc10 reports that since Proposition 64 passed Tuesday night, adult use of recreational marijuana is now legal in California. People over the age of 21 are now allowed to carry and use up to an ounce of marijuana and grow up to six plants for personal use.

 Marijuana will be legal for commercial sale once businesses receive proper licensing, according to California NORML, a group dedicated to reforming the state's marijuana laws.

 

When can you start to Recreationally smoke?

Technically, you may use marijuana without a medical card starting at midnight November 9, 2016. Restricted areas of use include all public places, according to NORML.

So to recap history, Arkansas, Florida and North Dakota voted in favor of legalized use, sales, and consumption of medical marijuana. California, Massachusetts and Nevada have voted in favor legalized recreational marijuana in each of their states, but Arizona did not pass.

 

What's the financial future?

 A recent study found that in 2015, the  legalization of cannabis infused Colorado with nearly $120 million in new tax revenue. Sales were closing in on  $1 billion and it's been reported that by the year 2020, the U.S. cannabis industry could reach over $22 billion. More revenue, more career opportunities, less stress on society and more sales at the snack counter. Now that's a perfect world!

 

Enjoy the Now~

Mr.D

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Colorado Prefers Sativa: Where to find the most popular weed strains

Despite the plethora of marijuana strains Colorado cannabis consumers have to choose from, more often than not, they reach for the Sativa varieties. According to a recent report in Business Insider, the most popular marijuana strains in Colorado are sativas or sativa dominant hybrids. The report was based on an analysis of point-of-sale data provided by a large sampling of Colorado marijuana dispensaries. The three strains named in the report as the most popular marijuana strains in Colorado are all sativa-dominant: Blue Dream, Durban Poison, and Bruce Banner #3. If you're wondering where to find blue dream in Denver, or where to find Durban Poison in Denver or the famed Bruce Banner #3, read on. We’ve also included information on the effects, genetics, and origins of these top 3 marijuana strains to shed some light on what makes these particular buds the most popular weed strains in Colorado.

Blue Dream

Blue Dream is the #1 Most Popular Strain in Colorado. It's easy to find blue dream in Denver as many marijuana dispensaries keep it in stock. A cross between Haze, a powerful sativa, and Blueberry, a fragrant and potent indica, blue dream originated in California, where it remains a popular strain. Blue Dream produces a relaxed and joyful high without causing drowsiness, and it tastes and smells like blueberries. It tests at anywhere from 17% to 24% THC, so it's a pretty reliable strain that seldom disappoints. Denver isn’t the only place where Blue Dream is “highly” popular, either. According to Leafly Blue Dream is also the most popular marijuana strain in Los Angeles, San Diego, Seattle, Portland, Tacoma, Phoenix, and several other cities where medical and/or recreational weed is legal. You can find blue dream in Denver at many medical and recreational dispensaries including Livwell and The Green Solution Northglenn. These stores often offer marijuana coupons for blue dream deals and other dispensary deals and weed discounts on CannaSaver.

Durban Poison

The second most popular marijuana strain in Colorado is Durban Poison. Originating in Africa, Durban Poison is a pure sativa that tests at 16% to 25% THC. It has a sweet, earthy taste and smell. Unlike indica that can slow you down and give you that heavy, sleepy feeling, Durban Poison is almost energizing in its effects. With thick, chunky buds that are coated in sparkling trichomes, Durban Poison is a popular marijuana strain throughout Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, and pretty much everywhere else that it's available. You can find durban poison in Denver at Life Flower Dispensary or pick up some Durban Poison clones at Karmaceuticals.

Bruce Banner #3

Coming in at #3 is, coincidentally, bruce banner #3. One of three variations of the popular Bruce Banner strain, Bruce Banner #3 is a cross between OG Kush and Strawberry Diesel. It was created by Delta 9 labs. A popular marijuana strain in Colorado, Michigan, Oregon, and Washington, Bruce Banner #3 is famed for its quick acting euphoric and calming effects. It has a spicy, earthy, and citrusy flavor and smell. Bruce Banner #3 is considered to be the strongest and best of the Bruce Banner phenotypes. You can find  Bruce Banner #3 in Colorado at Native Roots dispensary , Buddy Boy Brands dispensary and other marijuana dispensaries in Denver, Boulder, and elsewhere in Colorado.

Why Colorado Chooses Sativa

With all the opportunities for outdoor adventure, nightlife, and other fun things to do, Colorado is one of the most active states in the country. We might smoke a lot of weed here, but Colorado marijuana lovers shatter the stereotype of the lazy, couch-bound stoner. We like to get high, and we also like to get out and do stuff. In Colorado, smoking weed and having adventures go hand in hand. There are mountains to climb, trails to hike, hills to sled, and marijuana activities  and 420 tours abound. Exhilarating and energetic in their effects, sativas and sativa dominant marijuana strains are the perfect compliment to the active Colorado lifestyle.

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Weed and Motivation Problems

 Motivation has always been an interesting topic to deal with in a dispensary context, as there is a pretty real stigma that people who smoke weed are more likely to do nothing and be lazy. I’ve had conversations with a good amount of parents about this, mostly concerned that if their children start smoking weed it could potentially ruin their lives because they won’t ever be motivated again. As someone who rarely stops creating things and is pretty constantly smoking marijuana, this stigma means very little to me, but it’s most likely because of how long I have had to incorporate smoking into my life.

But from a point of sale standpoint, generally if someone is looking for a product that will keep them active, most likely what they are going to want to buy is going to be a Sativa, the assumed energetic half of weed genetics. But if there’s one thing that I’ve learned from selling weed there is no guarantee that a Sativa will in fact give you the boost you’re looking for, and can sometimes still trick you into feeling like doing nothing. I had a few customers that were diehard Sativa users, one of which was a writer who specifically bought marijuana to help him focus on writing projects he was working on. While he never had any complaints about any of the strains we gave him we rarely had anything we could consider 100% Sativa, and there is a good chance that he was not quite under as much Sativa influence as he may have thought, but even just having the perception of, “This is a Sativa, it will keep me active,” is enough to propel someone forward.

This goes back to something I go over often, which is psychosomatic effects actually benefiting a user, or at least heavily modifying the experience. There is plenty to be said for having the assumption that weed can make you unproductive, as that mindset could even be half the battle when the time actually comes. While I don’t personally think that you have to be smoking the raciest Sativa to have a chance at being awake and active, sometimes that is the mentality you have to convey for someone to actually get the most out of those assumed effects.  Half the battle is getting people in a better mental state to fully utilize their chemical options.

But even the most regular smoker can find themselves caught doing nothing for hours if they’re not careful. I personally have a few things I try to do to avoid this lull in productivity, most importantly is making sure I know what I need to be doing, lists on my laptop, timers on my phone that go off to remind me to do work, bookmark chains to pop open for new projects if I actually do run out of things to work on. But the most important thing to keep in mind is that it is ultimately up to you as the literal consumer, if you let yourself get into a state where you just don’t want to do anything, it’ll stick with you. You may be surprised to find that once you make yourself start a task, your high will more than carry you through it, maybe even getting you more invested than normal. The only way to get stuck in a couch is if you let yourself get stuck in a couch.

That being said, there are of course going to be instances where you may find yourself overwhelmed by the thought of doing anything while smoking, which some people prefer to use it primarily as a social task rather than a daily modifier, and to those people have at it. But if you are trying to be creative and productive while smoking there is plenty that you can do to start getting a better habit structure. Maybe don’t start off immediately trying to challenge an Indicas effects to see how much you can do, but after you’ve gotten used to trying to be productive you may find a Sativas energy is not actually what helps you produce what you want to.

Most importantly just focus on what is important to you. Marijuana is so heavily a mentality based drug, and it affects you based on your own decisions. If you get in the habit of using it as a tool to expand your creativity and production, the results will find their way to you. Now get up and go do something productive!

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VAGINAS ON CANNABIS - Part 1.
A 3-Part Exploration of Weed and Vaginas
 
There appears to be a new (or not so new) craze going on.  Women are consuming cannabis vaginally and their stories are pretty savoury.  Both heterosexuals and lesbians are finding that showering their jewelry box with cannabis weed lube intensifies the overall sexual experience.
 
Here's one for you.  Lesbian and Author Anna Pulley shares steamy highlights on her blog about her "Week of Sex While High on Every Marijuana Product Imaginable" and hits the reader straight forward with her opening statement, “It smells like weed down here,” my girlfriend said. 
 
Now that is an attention getter no matter hetero or homo! The images it brings to mind are just down right funny. Imagining a vagina with a big blunt hanging out of  it is just laughable, - or picturing a bong gently touching well inflamed vagina lips as it draws a long inhale and the smoke is puffed from the nostrils after a soothing journey up the torso into the head.
 
OK, so maybe this author isn't a Cosmo writer, however Krista McHarden is. Her story is one of a heterosexual nature. She states "When I first heard about a new lube  infused with pot, I was all,"WTF is wrong with people?" and also, "When can I try it?"   She goes on with the product description, "bring to your fingertips the power of ancient plant medicine to inspire deep healing and unlock profound pleasures." "Sounds good to me! Let's get high and then get freaky."  (her words exactly!)
 
This author being male, had a strong sense of urgency to investigate further the vagina cannabis connection, and of course study both of these women's stories in depth so as to best be able to share their experiences of vaginal weed experimentation with you.
 
Krista says  the lube should be applied before you are naturally lubricated. She states, "It comes in a spray bottle, which is difficult to operate upside down, so I applied it with my fingers while I was still dry. I'm not gonna lie, it was... odd and about as sexy as a pap smear. Not a great start."
 
Well if anything we know for sure, the weed lube product packaging was designed by a man!  Hey, listen up  all you cannabis vagina products manufactuers, - show a little vagina sensitivity and repackage so applying is quick, easy and pleasureable!
 
Krista goes on... "I did this and then waited about 15 minutes before getting hot and heavy with my dude. It hit me and it hit me hard, in the absolutely most delicious way. I was super relaxed and also super ready to go due to the fact that I was feeling so damn good! This was a mellow high that felt like a warm and very sexual hug, which is also what I was doing at the moment. We did it, and it was fun as hell, and I wanted to try it again."  Of course, I had to ask myself: "Could I get addicted to putting weed up my vagina?" and the answer is, yes. Yes, I could. This is something that I'd only do with someone I felt fully comfortable getting weird with, and then only on special occasions. But during those times? Hell yes; it was a blast to be both completely relaxed and gorgeously sensuous and I can't believe I typed that and I hope my mom never reads this."
 
Whew... Thanks for that Krista!
 
Here is a great example of a heterosexual vagina that has tried weed lube along with a story that should be allowed time to sink in deeply. 
 
We'll get back to exploring the vagina cannabis connection in part two discussing vagina highs picking it up with Anna the lesbians story. 
 
Stay tuned and remember to always respect the vagina.
Mr. D
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The Dabbing Intimidation Factor

 Seeing someone pull out a dab rig for the first time can be pretty intimidating for someone unfamiliar to the process. Dab rigs are pretty similar to any kind of water pipe, but they have some kind of heated element like a titanium or quartz nail that has to be heated to around 300 to 400 degrees before the concentrate is applied to it, more often than not with a hand-held torch. So when your friend busts out a bright blue propane torch when all you wanted to do was smoke a little there is definitely understandable doubt. Mostly I was just reminded immediately of hot knifing, which again did not garner any confidence in me. There are also straws, essentially a straight glass or glass and metal pipe, which also require their tips to be superheated, some with water chambers for some filtration but some literally just being thick glass tubes. But luckily with the constant expansion of the marijuana industry there have been a number of great improvements to this process that can make regular concentrate use a much less hassling process.

One of the more important ones that I unfortunately do not see people using as often is enails. Enails attach to the heating element of a rig and run electrical current into it to heat it up, and can do so at specific temperatures, which they can then maintain fairly constantly so you don’t have to go through the process of relighting your propane torch every time you want to dab, which as a regular user can be several times in a row. There are a wide variety of enails, many with digital readouts to dial in exact temperatures, which can be nice for those familiar enough to do specific temperatures for different kinds of concentrates to make sure they are getting the most out of them.

I have also used a few devices that are essentially an enail built into a full rig, though really just classifying as box vaporizers with some  new level of portability, for instance the VapeXhale which heats your concentrate in it’s own proprietary setup with glass attachments for actual inhale. These can give especially clean hits, and are a little more stable than trying make sure all your enail cables and rig are constantly safe, especially if you use them often. I would personally go this route, as ultimately ditching the torch fuel cost overtime would be worth it for me. These setups have also gotten considerably cheaper now that there are more companies producing them, some of them incredibly easy to use as well.

Vape pens are another growing market now that their demand has risen, similar to the previous vaporizers but almost always pocket sized. These of course don’t have quite the power or stability but they can still be a good option if you’re someone who’s out and about, and there are a huge number of options for them, from disposables to crazy high end, though some can only do specific concentrate types with specific attachments, and I definitely recommend finding one with a double coil over anything else, as vape pens can run into some issues as far as making sure to vaporize all of the concentrate loaded in them, less at a time is definitely better. There are also the preloaded disposable cartridges that can fit many e-cigarette batteries, which can be incredibly portable but may offer less as far as range of strains.

So why do it any other way? One of the important element of marijuana usage has always been the process. Some people enjoy getting their nails heated perfectly by themselves, some people still only smoke blunts or joints just because that’s what they’ve always done, some people only break up weed with their hands. But as concentrates continue to grow as an industry it’s nice to know there are people still making innovation in the accessories sector. I recommend trying new gear when you can, you never know what apparatus will hit you the hardest and new things come out all the time
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Is It Time for Concentrates?

 
Concentrates are a far more prevalent product in the current marijuana industry than they ever have been, but for new customers and tourists the idea can be a little daunting and much of the time not something that they are actually looking for. I have seen tourists drop hundreds of dollars on concentrates and the necessary apparatuses to consume them, just for a few days worth of their trip, when really they could have gotten more than enough regular marijuana to meet whatever chemical demands their body may have had.

While concentrates are understandably a more purified form of what we are all smoking anyway, they can bring with them some disconcerting effects. There is of course the stigma that if you’ve not done concentrates before, your first time dabbing can be a little ridiculous compared to smoking regular flower. The first time I dabbed was right when I first moved to Denver, and I was blisteringly high for almost three hours. But the first thing I noticed was after having dabbed, regular flower did not hit me the same way for a few days. Concentrates can wreak havoc on your tolerance, and if you get too used to doing concentrates you can find yourself not even getting anywhere smoking regular weed. This is one of the main reasons I don’t do concentrates, because I enjoy actual smoking too much to let it get ruined by that level of tolerance. Even things like disposable vape pens can do a number on your resistance to THC, though generally only the higher end pure hash cartridges, as some of the ones cut with polyethylene glycol come in only slightly above smoking normally.

But for some people, particularly those who genuinely use it for medical benefits and need an incredibly strong high as fast as they can get it, and after building up a tolerance to regular marijuana it can be the next step for people not interested in edibles or tinctures. It can be pretty depressing for medical patients to find that their tolerance has risen to the point that an intake method doesn’t work anymore, and having this next step option is a nice trade off, though it can get considerably more expensive if you do it very regularly. That being said, because of the new regulation on concentrates only allowed to be sold as attributing to 3.5 grams of your allowed buying quantity, many dispensaries are running sales on concentrates, since they used to be able to sell considerably more at a time under previous regulations.

Some new products have cropped up as well, making ultra purified concentrates that then have additional terpenes added back in for an even more enhanced effect. These are very clean compared to regular flower as with smoking weed or tobacco there is a good amount of plant matter you are dealing with in the process of trying to get your chemicals. Terpenes can sometimes get lost or lessened in the case of some concentrate production, which can take away from the complexity of the high, but these days extractors have gotten much more skilled than when this all was starting. For people with greater levels of health concerns as far as what they put into their body can find concentrates to be the thing they might be looking for, though intake methods can have a decent presence in this decision as well.

This also comes into play when selling to people in a dispensary, as sometimes the people that want concentrates are only going to be in town for a few days and aren’t going to want to spend a whole bunch on a reliable setup, making for a growth in the available vaporizer pens, varying in price and reliability from 13$ disposable pens to several hundred dollar gold plated options. I have used a few of the disposables and had a roughly $60 pen that worked fairly well, but it is definitely a learning process as far as how much each pen can functionally use and timing for good hits.

Ultimately concentrates are for those with an already established tolerance, or an option every once in a while to have slightly too good of a time. They are definitely a big choice to make if you plan on switching to them regularly, though the industry is constantly working to make them more accessible so who knows maybe that’ll be the only way we smoke in a year or two. Just be wary, they can often be more than anyone regularly needs. 

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Marijuana and The Green Party

With the 2016 elections quickly approaching and Green Party candidates like Jill Stein coming onto the radar of an increasing number of disillusioned voters, many in the marijuana industry are wondering, just how green is the Green Party? What is the party’s stance on marijuana reform, and would the marijuana industry find some safeguards under Green Party leadership? Would marijuana dispensaries in Colorado and other legal weed states face fewer regulations, or more? While Presidential candidate Jill Stein isn't expected to get anywhere near the number of votes she needs to win, she may very well get enough votes to earn the Green Party a spot in future election debates. The Green Party already holds over 100 positions across the nation at the city and county level, and with more and more states opening up to legal marijuana, the party is definitely gaining supporters as well as attention. Here is the lowdown on where the Green Party stands on the green.

Protection for the Marijuana Industry

The Green Party platform includes powerful protections and safeguards for the legal marijuana industry, which is important to states like Colorado where marijuana is big business. Not only does the party platform call for the legalization of cannabis possession, sale, and cultivation, but also the DEA would be instructed to not interfere with or harass legally operating cannabis businesses, from marijuana cultivation centers to marijuana dispensaries  and marijuana social clubs. Marijuana entrepreneurs would have some assurance that their businesses could continue, while new marijuana entrepreneurs  would have the protection needed to open new businesses and industries.

Amnesty for marijuana offenders

The Green Party platform also calls for serious reforms to how the criminal justice system handles drug offenders. Drug use and abuse would no longer be handled as a crime but as a medical issue, and anyone currently being held on charges for non-violent marijuana crimes would be released.

Opponents worry that the Green Party's stance on drugs goes too far, not only legalizing cannabis but also paving the way for the decriminalization of extremely dangerous drugs such as crack and heroin.

Running on Reefer

Green Party candidates are outspoken in their support of marijuana legalization. Throughout her campaign, Presidential candidate Jill Stein has made reference to the need for drug reform and has voiced her support for marijuana legalization at the national level. Other Green Party candidates are also using marijuana legalization to gain supporters. Vanessa Tijerina, who is running for a congressional seat in southern Texas, has made a point of bringing medical marijuana into the spotlight, campaigning to raise public awareness about the medical benefits of cannabis.

The Future of the Green

With a majority of Americans now supporting marijuana legalization, the Green Party with its pro-cannabis platform could soon become a prominent feature of our country’s political landscape. While they're unlikely to win many races this time around, the mere presence of Green Party candidates on the ballot brings needed attention to marijuana legalization and the millions of citizens who support it. With dispensaries and other marijuana businesses on the line in states like Colorado, the sharp divisions that have separated political parties for decades have already begun to blur.

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ADDING POTENCY TO YOUR WEED WITH BOWL TOPPERS
 
"For smokers really looking to level up of each of their smoking sessions, adding wax is the best way to blast off to another planet!" This is the advice from someone who works 40 hours a week in a dispensary.
 
Toppers, topping, or otherwise adding a substance to the top of a bowl has become a popular method of increasing the potency and duration of one's high. Back in the day, this is one of the primary ways hash was consumed. Today's  difference includes the quality and consistency of toppers and without debate, the variety of substances available for topping off a bowl of marijuana.
 
The practice of bowl topping has probably been going on since the discovery of cannabis.  We are an inquisitive people and we like to try things. Think about the person that first decided it was a good idea to lick a toad or eat a mushroom for that matter. The entire planet is nothing more than discoveries springing to life.
 
Now that there is a stream of new products flowing, there are also new terms and terminologies that are springing up that merits reviewing.
 
First and foremost, here is a very important tip to know before you put a flame to your mixture.  Not all toppings are alike and not all toppings are good for putting on top of a bowl of weed, unless you just want to waste your product. 
 
Some products are designed for vaping to achieve the maximum effect and will burn right up along with its stimulating properties before you have a moment to blink is cooked incorrectly. When in question as to the best options for topping off a bowl, always ask your friendly budtender for advice. The Green Solution always has a wide variety of Bowl Toppers and even a dispensary coupon for your purchase.
 
Concentrates are high-potency waxes and oils with different properties and extraction processes. Hash, Kief, Wax, Bubble, Nectar, Shatter, Melt, Rosin, Resin, Live Resin and probably by the time you read this, an entirely new list will pop up with new names and methods of elevating the herb, are all types of concentrates containing a powerful dose of medicine. 
 
Usage has become very popular, especially amongst long term cannabis smokers who may have built up a resistance to THC with smoking as their main method of intake.
 
Dabbing is another term that's become increasingly popular, but what exactly is it?  Dabbing usually refers to a dose of concentrate that is heated on a hot surface, typically a nail, and then inhaled. THC is the active ingredient activating the potent effects of dabs. Many say that dabbing is the fastest and most efficient way to get really, really medicated/stoned!  
 
It has been said that smoking dabs as a method of consumption has been around for at least a decade, but the advent of more advanced extraction methods have led to a flood of cannabis concentrates that have boosted dabbing popularity.  
 
It also merits the mention that concentrates have a couple of different extraction forms, solvent and nonsolvent. The difference is in the method used to isolate resin heads. Some solvent based extraction processes use solvents such as  butane, CO2, or ethanol, while non solvent extraction techniques may use a natural substance such as water. 
 
It's becoming quite evident that many people are favoring extracts over flower and it's no wonder considering the favored terpene profiles in both taste and smell. 
 
Whatever your desire, dabbing, vaping, eating... there's an untold choice of ways to legally and responsibly consume cannabis.
MrD.
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The Topicals Topic

 While the first thing many people may think of in regards to the marijuana industry is a bunch of people now allowed to get high, it has also made some amazing strides in the kinds of products available for medicinal usage even on the recreational side, several of which allow users to bypass any of the “high” aspect of using marijuana. Some edible companies are now producing CBD only edibles, with only a tiny amount of THC in them either to use as a catalyst to help enhance the CBD without enough to cause psychoactive effects, or for legal reasons, as dispensaries can only sell ingest-able products that contain THC because of food license sorts of things. Some companies can also do online ordering and shipping for CBD products that are made with hemp and have almost 0 THC content, usually in tincture form. I’ve used a few of these, and though I prefer more of a 1:1 ratio, they are still very helpful for pain and seizure relief, especially for people not looking for any kind of real intoxication.

There are also some very nice products available for topical relief if you’re not interested in ingesting something. I have used a few different lotions and salves, though my favorite is definitely the spray lotions, as you don’t have to use much and for muscle relief they can be very fast acting. Their speed seems to be the only real difference between sprays and lotions, though some of the thinner lotions are somewhat faster as well. Even though most of the lotions contain THC they don’t go into your blood stream, which can be a concern for some older customers just because of marijuana taboos that still very much exist. One of my coworkers had a grandmother that used it for her arthritis because smoking was not an option at her age, and there are now several more companies making these topical creams that there used to be so there are options for everything from pain relief to anti anxiety calming, all with quality ingredients you’d find in non-medicated lotion.

Another great option is trans-dermal patches, though these will go into your bloodstream so make sure not to get any with THC in them if that’s not what you’re looking for. These are pretty interesting because they can also give you options for taking more specific cannibinoids, some with all CBD, some with CBD and THCv, some with non activated THC, which can cause different effects than traditionally activated THC. Just for clarification, most THC in marijuana is actually THCa, which then turns into THC when activated by whatever heating element is used. The patches are time release and I’ve had them last between 8 and 12 hours, but you can also cut them into smaller pieces for multiple lesser uses.

These are just a few of the new options you can find in dispensaries for a little more relief than just average smoking, and there are always new products coming out. I’ve seen CBD medicated sugar for adding to drinks, bath salts that give crazy amounts of muscle relief and relaxation, even dog treats for arthritis. If you’ve been looking for something besides weed to maximize your relief, ask about some of these products, in my experience they are a fantastic thing to have on hand if you need a quick solution for pain. 

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Buying Weed Like a Pro

After working in a dispensary for a decent amount of time, it quickly becomes apparent that not everyone buys marijuana the same way. Some people will only ever buy ounces at a time, some people can’t let themselves have more than a gram at a time in their house for fear that they’ll smoke it all. This kind of buyer always makes me sad because even though I understand where they are coming from, most dispensaries don’t run any particularly strong sales on very small amounts, so I end up having to charge them far more over time than someone who comes in for an eighth every few days. And then you have customers who only buy large amounts or specific strains, still wasting money on small day to day purchases in between their favorite strains availability.

Strain availability seems to be kind of a hard thing to grasp for some people, I personally have been yelled at countless times because someone couldn’t rationalize the idea that marijuana has to be grown, cured, and tested before it can be released for consumption. Depending on the strain it can also take longer to grow or produce far less than some other strains a dispensary might have, which is why while it may seem like they are focusing on a strain you don’t particularly care for in reality your favorite just produces notably less per harvest. In this way you can’t really blame the people that stock up on their favorites, but as with anything too much of one strain is not necessarily a good thing.

I think it is very important to be fairly constantly changing what strains you smoke, of course everyone has a favorite but you stand to make your favorite hit you harder if you take a break from it for a bit. The more you smoke a specific strain, especially if you get it from the same dispensary, your body has a very good chance of slowly building up a tolerance to it, in some cases I’ve even felt that smoking different strains from the same dispensary can hit you weaker because they all use the same sort of nutrient cocktail. I recently visited another recreational state and found that even though I had purchased something considerably lower THC wise, the weed hit me very differently from any of the strains that I had been getting from my dispensary. This is nothing to do with the quality of the weed, it was simply something that my body had not gotten used to yet.

I am also a fan of getting out of your strain comfort zone. If you are someone who is constantly smoking the heaviest Indicas you can find but aren’t feeling the kick like you used to, switch to some Sativas. There are plenty of Sativa options that don’t carry with them the raciness some customers avoid, plenty of strains that will serve their purpose of kicking your receptors out of the rut they can get into. This goes for Sativa users as well, find a light Indica, something with uplifting body high instead of heaviness. You may find that when you go back to your Sativa standard it’s been given back some of the kick you missed.

So what does this mean all together? I recommend getting an eighth to a quarter of whatever strain you are looking at, anything more can start to degrade somewhat by the time you get to the end of your bag, jar, what have you. I just finished a half ounce of something and the first hit of the new strain was a phenomenal change. And most importantly, try new things. Don’t get upset when your spot is out of something you love, it may just be a chance for you to find a new favorite, and with so many dispensaries running specials on eighths there is always something new to be tried. 

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Dispensary Security Guard Duty 

I have been lucky to work for a dispensary that has always had a guard in place, but for first time visitors there can often be an odd level of off-putting energy surrounding seeing someone armed greeting you at the doorway. Not all dispensaries have guards, but the ones that do I would say are ahead of the curve. There have been several instances of unguarded dispensaries being robbed, generally responding by hiring security the next day, most likely kicking themselves for not jumping on the boat. There is also a level of imaginative paranoia that I personally have where I can totally see security companies hiring essentially hit-men to go rob a dispensary to land contracts, though lets all hope that is not a thing.

But why guards? Simply put, this is a thing that is assumed to be necessary given the assumed clientele that populate the group of people that have been long time weed smokers, but personally even in black market sales safety was rarely something that I felt I had to double take on, as most of the people I have dealt with as well as people I’ve talked to about their experiences never found themselves in any kind of “I think I need to start carrying a gun” mentality. Most of the instances where I feel like I have heard about such things were dealers that didn’t just sell weed, other things like cocaine and pills being more likely to attract violent and unstable people, more along the lines of requiring protection.

But an important thing to consider, something that I have written a decent amount about before, is people that are still operating within the black market, using dispensaries to facilitate their personal sales. There is a massive element of the legal weed market that involves people running to various dispensaries and scalping deals so as to still be able to make a profit when they flip it to neighbors or an established customer base of some kind, as well as people with medical cards that solely use them to get large quantities that they can then flip for more than the running price for medical, which their customers may not have the option to access.

This is a big part of the demographic that is likely to cause a scene in a dispensary, screaming at budtenders because the prices they get quoted don’t allow them to flip for enough profit, then putting the blame on us as an industry, which while that is technically the case it puts us in the compromising position of dealing with having to remove someone from the premises for trying to make us sell to someone that we are then sure are reselling it, which we are legally required to shut down. But when you’ve got a huge dude screaming in your face, banging on counters, it’s nice to have someone to look over to that can help you. This also takes the potential legal implications of removing a customer out of you as the budtender’s hands, and puts it in the hands of a trained professional who’s job is exactly that.

I love our guards, and some of them have remained my friends even after working with them, though of course you can always get the slightly overzealous ones, as most are ex-military or ex-police, nothing to their discredit, some off them just need to calm down a little. But it also doesn’t help when snarky customers berate them about carrying a gun or joke about them not being able to protect anyone, which I have seen happen several times. Even though it can be somewhat off-putting to see a guard in a dispensary just know that you for sure would rather have them there rather than not, and understand that they are not looking to pick a fight, they only want to make sure everything goes as smoothly as it should. 


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The Anti-Aging Benefits of CBD Oil

Repair Wrinkles with CBD Oil

CBD oil has stepped into the spotlight as research continues to emerge revealing its many healing and anti-aging benefits, and lately it's being touted as the latest skin care miracle. More and more beauty experts are singing the praises of CBD, insisting that CBD reduces wrinkles and may even help repair them. Here’s what you need to know to improve the look of your skin and reduce wrinkles with CBD.

What is CBD?

CBD is a compound called a cannabinoid that occurs naturally in marijuana. Cannabinoids also occur naturally in the human body, and the brain has a set of receptors specifically used for detecting and reacting to cannabinoids. CBD is present in all marijuana, but some strains such as Charlotte's Web, are grown to maximize the CBD content while minimizing the THC content. While THC is psychoactive, CBD is not. Consuming CBD products or using them on the skin won't get you high. CBD is often sold as an oil. The CBD compounds are extracted from the marijuana and concentrated much like any other natural essential oil.

CBD oil is often blended into other products ranging from edibles to skin creams and lotions.

How CBD Reduces Wrinkles

CBD reduces wrinkles in a number of ways. CBD oil or CBD infused creams and lotions can be applied directly to your skin for deep moisturizing. CBD is an antioxidant so it also helps your skin fight damage caused by free radicals from things like UV radiation from the sun and cigarette smoke. This helps protect your skin’s smoothness and elasticity.

Another reason CBD reduces wrinkles is because it's a natural rejuvenator. CBD is known to help skin cells regenerate by aiding in the removal of dead skin cells and by encouraging new cells to grow. This gives your skin a healthier and more luminescent glow.

CBD reduces wrinkles even more when you make it a part of your diet in addition to applying it topically. Look for edibles labeled as CBD edibles, and be sure to ask about any THC content that might also be present in the product. You can also add CBD oil or hemp seed oil directly to your food. Just be sure the product is intended for consumption and not a topical formulation that might have added non-edible ingredients like dyes or perfumes.

Where to buy CBD

Wondering where to buy CBD in Denver? Well CBD is legal worldwide so you can actually buy CBD online. However, if you have questions and want some help to make sure you choose the right CBD product, you're best bet is to buy CBD in Denver at any one of the many medical or recreational dispensaries that carry it, which is most of them. Karmaceuticals, The Green Solution, Herbal Remedies Denver, Medicine Man Denver , and Livwell Franklin are among the many Denver dispensaries that sell CBD oil in Colorado. You can often find coupons for CBD on Cannasaver .

Look Good, Feel Good

CBD can help you look younger and feel more youthful. With its host of known health benefits and new applications being discovered everyday, CBD is definitely worth a try. If you want to reduce wrinkles and restore your body from the ravages of time, CBD should be at the top of your list.

 

 

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COLORADO YTD POT REVENUES JUMP 33% WITH AUGUST SETTING NEW RECORD


According to the Colorado Department of Revenues most recently published marijuana tax report, during the first eight months of 2016, Colorado medical and adult-use marijuana hit $846 million jumping 33% from the same period last year.  According to a Pew Research Center poll, 57% of Americans say marijuana should be legal so it's easy to see why pot sales are on the rise.

In Colorado,  medical and retail marijuana is presented with a 2.9% sales tax and retail marijuana is presented with 10% special sales tax. These tax dollars recently funded a television commercial that can be found online and should be hitting a television set near you very soon.

The state is attempting to run television commercials telling parents to talk to their kids about pot. LOL!  Come on Denver, you're missing the point just like the mighty ones that funded the DARE program.  Now if you smarten up, you'll produce commercials telling kids to talk to their parents about weed!

It is amazing that children are used in the pot wars. In some sociopaths minds, saying legalizing pot will keep it out of the hands of children, is like saying there's a drought when the planet is mostly water. Do you remember being 13?  I can walk into any neighborhood and within a very short time, some teen will be able to do a drug hook up.

Not to digress, that's another topic.

$126 million in recreational cannabis sales was reported for the month of August which is said to be a new record for the state’s marijuana industry.  Rec sales were nearly $85 million of the total. That's up 43% from the same time a year ago.  It's reported that Adult-use sales jumped nearly 50% over the same period this time last year through August. The  comparison is during the first eight months of 2015.

According to a Pew Research center study poll, younger Americans are leading the shift in support of cannabis legalization, and it's no wonder. Younger Americans have grown up in favorable circumstances led by direct knowledge instead of propaganda. They have encompassed technology at a rate that propels the advent of new technologies so rapidly, last year's generation is still trying to figure out how to program their VCR while the younger generation forces expansion and growth. - Hey, didn't anybody ever tell you those VCR things are obsolete? - Lest you remember - or forget - Blockbuster Video Rental Stores? LOL!

The University of Colorado Leeds School of Business released a report that Colorado’s employment growth is meeting expectations and the economy continues to outperform the nation. The report stated that Colorado Employment is growing faster, housing is hotter and incomes are higher. Food and chemical manufacturing added 1,200 jobs between 2014 and 2015 and manufacturing as a whole added 6,100 jobs.

The legalization of marijuana is expected to continue to drive growth in retail sales and employment in Colorado and many other states as the November ballot quickly approaches.  A recent national Gallup poll showed that 58% of respondents were in favor of nationwide legalization so it easy to see where this is headed. Less alcohol related accidents and deaths is one outcome we can insure!

Be Well.

MrD.

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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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Colorado Pot Featured In High Times “Strongest Strains on Earth”

ChemDog with 32.13% THC, is an indica entered by Next Harvest. High Times states that the Chem has achieved what most people thought impossible with it’s level of potency - which begs the question: How potent can a flower go in terms of producing psychoactive THC?

The Brotherhood came in second with 27.65% THC and is also an indica. It was entered by Animas Herbal Wellness Center. It’s our understanding that it’s propagated from seed and her lineage stacks up like this: (Willie’s Wonder x Grape Krush) x (Bubba ’91 x The White).

Sour Kush 60/40 with 26% THC, a hybrid came in number three. It was entered by Black Dog LED. Next is Lemon OG Haze with 26.14% THC. It’s a sativa entered by Ethos Seed Company. Ghost Train Haze was next with 27.46% THC, sativa, entered by Greenman Cannabis in Denver with the review noting, it’s a Rare Dankness–bred strain dipped slightly.

The strongest CBD strains were tested by three different labs across four separate competitions. Coming in at number 5 out of the top six CBD strains is Colorado's The White entered by Green Grass Central City, expressing 16.57% CBD with 0.67% THC. The sixth strongest CBD strain AC/DC entered by Emerald Triangle Genetics came in expressing 15.4% CBD with 0.8% THC.

The top CBD strain, Cannatonic, entered by IDK Farms topped out at an amazing 20.8% CBD with 0.8% THC. The second highest strain was CBD OG entered by C.R.A.F.T. expressing 19.5% CBD with a fairly high level of THC reaching 9.01%.

Perkins Cut Cannatonic entered by Mota Rebel Genetics expressed 18.8% CBD and 0.7% THC and was listed as the third highest. The fourth on the list was CBDee's #1B entered by Pure West Compassion Club with Light Sky Farms. It expressed a CBD level of 18.6% with THC at 0.7%.

In 2013, Bruce Banner came in number 3 at the Denver Cannabis Cup with a high of 28.35% THC. In 2015 a well known LA dispensary by the name of Greenwolf, took home the Denver Cup for their entry, Emperor Cookie Dough. This is not your ordinary cookie dough though. This stuff has a walloping 31.1% THC. Denver's own Next Harvest, wasn't about to be stirred. Their entry of ChemDog Cut surpassed the 32% mark setting the bar high with a new all-time record of 32.13% THC.

These are impressive levels and from the looks of it, the USA is producing a more power packed marijuana plant than that of our tokking friends in Jamaica.

The top of the list of six only reaches 17.8% THC submitted by St. Best Ganja Growers apparently going by a self titled name. The entry was submitted by Kevin Samuels and the strain is called Kevies Skunk. Second on the list of entries from Jamaica is True OG entered by Kingston Skinny with a 17.4% THC level followed by Power Nap entered by Sunspice with a level of 16.8% THC.

Next in the lineup is Gummy Berry 2 entered by Bongo Mannie. It's an indica flower grown outdoors with 16.6% THC. Following GB2 is Orange Hill Ebola entered by Juna Johnson. OHE is an outdoor grown indica with a 15.8% THC level. Wrapping it up at number six is M.G. Express - G.O.E.Original, coming again from St. Best Ganja Growers this time submitted by Glendon Elcis. This flower is an outdoor grown sativa leveling out at 15.4% THC and by the hyphenated name and initials G and E in the title, one must guess Glendon Elcis had a little influence.

Consume Responsibly

MrD.

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Marijuana Strains for Your Halloween Festivities
 
Halloween is a great time for treating yourself to a little rest and relaxation. It's a time when tricksters and their treats hit the streets trying to score the mother candy load. The history of halloween is sketchy at best, but according to Peter Tokofsky, an assistant professor in the department of folklore and mythology at UCLA, the earliest trace of Halloween is the Celtic festival, Samhain, which is the Celtic New Year. Samhain (pronounced sah-win or sow-in) means "summer's end" by the Celts. "This day marked the end of summer and the harvest and the beginning of the dark, cold winter, a time of year that was often associated with human death." We'll cut short there because really and truly, the 'harvest' is all we're interested in! To celebrate, here's a list of the top fifty orange marijuana strains and if you feel like trick or treating this Halloween, why not stock up on orange weed! 
Make it a Safe One. 
MrD. 
 
 Top 50 Marijuana Strains for Halloween

1. Afghani Orange 2. Agent Orange 3. Blood Orange 4. California Orange 5. California Orange 6. California Orange 7. Californian Orange 8. Californian Orange 9. Californian Orange 10. Clockwork Orange 11. Clockwork Orange 12. Dutchmens Royal Orange 13. Jack Orange 14. Master Orange 15. Orange 16. Orange 17. Orange Berry 18. Orange Big Bud 19. Orange Blossom Trail 20. Orange Bubba Kush 21. Orange Bud 22. Orange Bud 23. Orange Bud 24. Orange Bud 25. Orange Bud X Blueberry 26. Orange Candy 27. Orange Candy Floss 28. Orange Cream 29. Orange Cream Cake 30. Orange Cream Soda 31. Orange Creamsicle 32. Orange Crush 33. Orange Diesel 34. Orange Dream 35. Orange Drop 36. Orange Fizz 37. Orange Glue 38. Orange Goo 39. Orange Haze 40. Orange Hill Special 41. Orange Juice 42. Orange Kush 43. Orange Light 44. Orange Louie OG 45. Orange Peako 46. Orange Snow Cone 47. Orange Spice 48. Orange Velvet 49. Orange Widow 50.

 

 
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COLORADO PTSD RULING

Five individuals with PTSD filed a claim against Colorado over its choice not to permit their condition to be dealt with under the state's therapeutic pot program, despite the fact that the marijuana is as of now, lawful in the state for medical and recreational purposes.

Colorado as a leader in cannabis cultivation and sales and should take a glazing look at the state of Illinois and it's most recent lawsuit filed to petition adding PTSD as a condition to the current list of approved ailments.

A Cook County judge has decided that Illinois must add post traumatic anxiety issues to the state's approved list of medical conditions that fit the bill for medicinal cannabis treatment, as reported by the Associated Press. Only one day prior to the judgement, restorative cannabis program executive Joseph Wright surrendered from his position.

The Illinois veteran who filed claim, Daniel Paul Jabs, supposedly "feels this choice gives him and other military veterans experiencing PTSD the admiration they merit from the state and the representative's office," as per an announcement by Michael Goldberg, his lawyer.

This new issue will at last permit Illinois veterans and other people who experience the ill effects of PTSD access to cannabis as medication, and will prevent the state from blocking cannabis as a treatment. This is a big triumph for cannabis-curing veterans all over the place.

Lawyers contend that cannabis has been "extremely obstructed" by the medicinal board's refusal to perceive PTSD as a condition that is fitting for medical cannabis treatment. The prohibition of PTSD from the list was made regardless of a proposal from Colorado's main medicinal officer Dr. Larry Wolk.  

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment awarded $2 million to Dr. Sue Sisley for her study on cannabis in treating PTSD. It appears Sisley has to source the plants for the study but her sources are not able produce the kind of cannabidiol-rich strains she needs. Her source of weed being that of the University of Mississippi streamlined by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

On the alternative, she could walk into any local dispensary and purchase what she needs for the study but  that would make things too UNcomplicated. It would simplify things and most certainly expedite the process. In addition to that, Colorado would be receiving taxes on the money that's spent in the local dispensaries. It's as though there is no common sense among-st lawmakers.  

The FDA approved two medications for PTSD, Paxil and Zoloft. According to research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, neither are more effective than a placebo.

From a legal point of view, Colorado voters approved Amendment 20 which  allows the Board of Health to add conditions. Currently Section 14. of Amendment 20 states; Medical use of marijuana for persons suffering from debilitating medical conditions as used in this section,  terms are defined as follows;

(a) "Debilitating medical condition" means: (I) Cancer, glaucoma, positive status for human immunodeficiency virus, or acquired immune deficiency syndrome, or treatment for such conditions;

(II) A chronic or debilitating disease or medical condition, or treatment for such conditions, which produces, for a specific patient, one or more of the following, and for which, in the professional opinion of the patient's physician, such condition or conditions reasonably may be alleviated by the medical use of marijuana: cachexia ( a wasting syndrome):  severe pain; severe nausea; seizures, including those that are characteristic of epilepsy; or persistent muscle spasms, including those that are characteristic of multiple sclerosis; or

(III) Any other medical condition, or treatment for such condition, approved by the state health agency, pursuant to its rulemaking authority or its approval of any petition submitted by a patient or physician as provided in this section.

In the largest understanding of our mutual habitation on planet earth, let's get it together folks.  Suffering is absolutely unnecessary and avoidable.  Wake up and do the right thing

MrD.

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Sativa vs. Indica vs. Hybrid Which Strain Is For You?
 
Medical marijuana patients and recreational cannabis users are often in the dark about pot strains and their effects on the human body. If you think all flower is the same, here are a few highlights that should help anyone navigate the growing variety of weed available for purchase and use.
 
The cannabis plant has a family of produce that have various properties which result in various effects in the brain and body.  Sleepy, drowsy and couch parked are typically the results of Indica dominant cannabis while energy, upliftment and focus are typical of Sativa dominant cannabis strains. Indica heavy strains are felt more within the body while Sativa dominant strains are felt more in the head.
 
There is another class of cannabis known as Hybrid. Actually, all cannabis strains are a type of hybrid. Hybrid of course meaning "it goes both ways" or "middle," to make it easier.  Hybrid strains can be 50/50 or 60/40 or any variation of percentages thereof.  A 50/50 Hybrid means that the flower is 50 percent Indica and 50 percent Sativa so you can expect to have a head and body high simultaneously.
 
There are literally thousands of different types of cannabis plants being bred and tested.  Many strains are cross-bred to certain specifics to create private label ganja.  No doubt you've heard of the many celebrities that are getting into legal cannabis either by investment or self-branded product lines.  These savvy entrepreneurs have a strong base of technology at their fingertips to truly create naturally growing custom cannabis.
 
Cannabis Sativa plants grow much taller, and thinner with a smaller span. Sativa buds are thin and much longer in length than that of the indica. They are much less densely populated than the indica plant. Sativas have a very high level of THC and best for daytime use because if you're like most, you will feel a rush of energy after having a taste of sativa bud.
 
Cannabis Indica plants on the alternative are short, densely branched and have wider leaves. Indica strains are known for giving off a very strong odor and produce a very strong body high.  The Cannabis Indica high is often referred to as a "body buzz" and has beneficial properties such as pain relief, assisting with insomnia, and many others.
 
The  key differentiators between Cannabis Indica and Cannabis Sativa include the height and stature, internodal length, leaf size and structure, bud size and density, flowering time, odor, smoke and effects. 
 
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Here's a little quip from wiki: "During the 1970s, Cannabis indica strains from Afghanistan and Hindu Kush were brought to the United States, where the first hybrids with Cannabis sativa plants from equatorial areas were developed, widely spreading marijuana cultivation throughout the States."
 
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Learning a little something new everyday!  Cannabis Sativa, Cannabis Indica and Cannabis Hybrid. Sounds like it's time for a little exploration.  Consume responsibly.
 
Enjoy the Now!
MrD.
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CBD for Dogs
 
Unlikened to the 2000 stoner movie Dude, Where's My Car? where Jesse (Ashton Kutcher), and Chester (Seann William Scott), are entertained by Nelson's (David Herman), stoner dog as the dog tokes from a self resembling pipe, CBD for dogs seems to be having a positive growing effect on man's best friend.
 
CBD Cannabis produced pet products are produced mostly from hemp which has significantly different properties than the most consumed pot plants. Further discussion on the difference between hemp and medicinal marijuana will be discussed in another post, but for the most part, Hemp is part of the cannabis plant family but has an extremely low level of THC,  grows differently than THC-containing cannabis, and is well known for industrial use. Both are derived from the Cannabis Sativa L plant. Hemp contains from 0.3%-1.5% of THC while medicinal cannabis contains around 5% to 10%.
 
CBD extracted from Hemp -aka- Hemp Cannabidiol, or Hemp CBD is a non-psychoactive oil  extracted from cannabis plants.  Non-psychoactive meaning your dog won't get stoned!
 
Dogs, similar to humans produce natural chemicals in the body that interact within the endocannabinoid (EC) system called cannabinoids.  These cannabinoids work the same way in animals as they do in humans.  They work directly on the endocannabinoid (EC) system through cannabinoid receptors.  
 
Cannabinoid receptors are a class of cell membrane receptors. There are two types.  CB1 receptor which is expressed mainly in the brain, the central nervous system, lungs, liver and kidneys. The CB2 receptor is expressed mainly in the immune system. 
 
There are several companies and entrepreneurs already extracting, baking and shaping cannabis derived pet products. A quick internet search and you'll delight your best pal with a variety of healthy CBD treats including liquid concentrates, oils, edibles, biscuits, and capsules with plenty of treats sure to please and keep your pet at peace.
 
The American Pet Products Association suggests that the U.S. pet industry grew at an 8% CAGR to reach $58.51 billion in 2014.  $13.72 billion of that was derived from the retail pet medicine market with CBD-based products.  
 
The APPA ( American Pet Products Association) has shared some interesting data that should provide insight as to the future revenues of CBD for dogs. They report that in 2015 the total pet industry expenditures in the United States hit $60.28 million and is estimated to hit $62.75 million this year.
 
$15.42 billion was spent on animal care, followed by $14.28 billion spent on animal supplies and over-the-counter medicine. Live animal purchases captured $2.12 billion while  pet food delivered $23.05 billion. Pet services such as grooming and boarding grew to $5.41 billion in 2015.
 
Dogs are best friends and family members.  They are loyal and trustworthy. They also know all your secrets and see everything you do when no one else is around.  Just think... what if your dog could really speak?!
 
Enjoy the Now!
MrD.

About the Author: MrD. (pen name) is a writer, educator, musician, producer, public speaker and founder of 420GIVES(tm) a non profit organization giving back to the community.  420GIVES.com
 
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What is Hemp? Difference Between Marijuana

It is reported that the United States founding fathers were hip on hemp. George Washington grew industrial strain hemp crops that were used for the production of rope, thread, canvas, and many other industrial applications.  It's also been rumored that refusing to grow hemp in America during the 17th and 18th centuries was against the law!  You could be jailed in Virginia for refusing to grow hemp from 1763 to 1769.

Amazing how times have turned and today ladies and gents, let's take a look at this crop and shed some light on this animal, well actually plant.

Hemp is a part of the Cannabis sativa plant family. It grows very fast and has a very low level of THC with much higher concentrations of cannabidiol (CBD).  It has been said that hemp use dates back ten thousand years ago when it was first spun into useable fiber.  Modern day use after it's been refined include commercial items such as paper, textiles, food, fuel, and clothing to name a few. Hemp does not produce psychoactive effects.

There are many differences between hemp and marijuana with the most obvious being its use. Marijuana is used as a consumable and topical product for medical and recreational purposes. Hemp is used for industrial purposes. Hemp fibers are very strong and have many practical applications.  Marijuana has psychoactive effects (you feel stoned). Hemp does not have psychoactive effects. Hemp is a high-growing plant and produces CBD which has many of the same pain management benefits of marijuana without feeling stoned. Marijuana plants produce high levels of THC (the get stoned compound).

The biggest difference between marijuana and hemp is that research has shown, CBD acts to reduce the psychoactive effects of THC. That means what is extracted from hemp counteracts that which is extracted from marijuana, even though they are from the same Cannabis sativa plant family.

Hemp is hip!  It's a usable practical plant that has incredible benefits.  As states continue to legalize marijuana and countries open their borders, the Cannabis sativa family of plants has a great chance of becoming the new "cash crop" of the millennium.

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Cool quip from wiki: Hemp was made illegal to grow without a permit in the U.S. under the Controlled Substances Act passed in 1970 because of its relation to marijuana. Some states have made the cultivation of industrial hemp legal, but farmers in many states have not yet begun to grow it because of resistance from the DEA. In 2013, after the legalization of cannabis in the state, several farmers in Colorado planted and harvested several acres of hemp, bringing in the first hemp crop in the United States in over half a century.

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Way to grow Colorado! A state where new beginning flourish and new ideas come to life.


Enjoy the Now!

MrD.

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Differences Between CBD and THC


To explain the difference between CBD and THC it's important to first know what these abbreviated symbols mean and then explore what each compound is made of and it's effect on the human body.

CBD is short for Cannabidiol.  Why CBD instead of CNL? Who know's. There's still worldwide confusion over the term "jumbo shrimp".

Cannabidiol is a natural compound within the Cannabis sativa plant. As scientist continue to research the many different types of cannabis plants, scientist are also discovering the chemical properties that make up the plants. Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of several hundred compounds found within the chemical structure of the sativa plant. It has become popular due to its effects on the human brain and body.

THC is short for Tetrahydrocannabinol. Now this abbreviation makes a lot more sense. The t, the h, and the c are all right there standing front faced at attention as proud members of the american english alpha-bet should be!

THC is the chemical compound in cannabis that produces the "high" effect. CBD on the other hand, does not produce   a "high" feeling like THC.

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is probably the most popular compound in cannabis because it is the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. Psychoactive is anything capable of affecting mental activity. It's a chemical substance that changes brain function and results in alterations in perception, mood, or consciousness.  It's the chemical that leads to various euphorias felt within the body and brain.  Some  examples of psychoactive substances most people have heard of include LSD, cocaine, crack cocaine, methylphenidate (Ritalin), and ephedrine to name a few. Both THC and CBD  interact with the cannabinoid receptors found in the human body.

Hundreds of different cannabinoids have been isolated from the Cannabis plant. Cannabinoids in simple terms are chemical compounds that act on cannabinoid receptors in cells within biological systems.    

The human body has what is called an Endocannabinoid system.  Cannabinoid receptors are located throughout the body connected to this system.   Having a well-functioning endocannabinoid system is vital for human health. It is responsible for many of body's physiological processes such pain-sensation, mood, memory and appetite.  

With this understanding, one may ask, what are the benefits of using one over the other.  The answer would have to be based on each individual's preference.  A look at a few of the other differences point out that CBD is technically legal because it does not produce the psychoactive “high” effect that THC does.

CBD is widely used for medical purposes and especially important for children and elderly patients who may be greatly helped by the cannabis plant but certainly would not and should not have any substance that would affect mental activity.

THC on the other hand produces a 'high' that people just love and it's high time the cannabis plant is respected for all the medicinal, social and financial benefits it produces.

The one thing about CBD and THC that is most impressive, is that you can try them both and see what works best for you!


Enjoy the Now!

MrD.

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Marijuana Legalization What it means for California and Other States
by Mrd 

Recreational cannabis cultivation, sales and use are the premise of Amendment 64. California voters will have the power and authority to follow the lead set by 1,383,139 Colorado voters on NoMvember 6, 2012, who voted yes to legalize cannabis.  A 52% favorable vote which has already had great impact on the industry forcing systems, rules and regulations into place. 

 It's reported that California's legalization of recreational marijuana would bank $1 billion in additional taxes per year.  Colorado collected more than $135 million in legal cannabis taxes and fees in 2015. If you compare the market size and tremendous growth in consumer purchases, $1 billion just may be a bit little low.

 On November 8, 2016, nearly 40 million California voters can flex their patriotic right to approve Amendment 64 which would legalize recreational sales to those age 21 and over.  Online consensus shows a strong positive movement toward legalization.

 Other states prepare to address many of the same issues and cultural norms within their communities when it comes to legalization.  Fortunately, in this country, voters have the power to make a difference and change old paradigms that no longer fit, ethically, morally or scientifically when there is greater benefit to all.

 If the population is educated with unbiased, un-agendaed, facts, with the number one understanding that in practise cannabis assists in relieving pain in the human body.  It is a plant that has a great impact on health, and obviously finances.

 Every state where medical marijuana is legal, you can expect recreational pot to follow.  There's an old saying, "Follow the money" and in this paradigm, it's growing out of the ground.

 Overall, legal marijuana in California, Colorado and every state that is forward thinking will have its impact.  Communities from coast to coast will begin to notice a much more positive vibe in their hoods as the populus begins to RELAX, and exhale from life's roller coaster ride.

 There will be less alcohol incidents, less fighting, less arguing and much more creativity flowing between neighbors.  Entrepreneurially speaking, the cannabis industry has already opened the door for those with the desire to become financially independant.  The cannabis industry has opened new avenues for job creation and for educational institutions who must teach the new industry employees.

 The scope of cannabis legalization is well beyond current comprehension.  It's like looking up at the sky and considering everyone is here on a single planet flying through space at an unheard of speed, hanging on the tip of a galaxy, surrounded by an infinite number of galaxies all in sync doing their own thing as we individually try to get a clue as to what's for dinner tonight.

 

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Marijuana Use by Adults and Seniors on the Rise

According to a recent report issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, today's parents are smoking weed more often than their teenage kids do. Marijuana use among kids age 12 to 17 has fallen, while marijuana use among adults age 35 and up has sharply increased. With marijuana dispensary deals offering deals on ounces of buds, coupons for edibles, deals on concentrates, daily specials on marijuana and other incentives, older adults with more spending power have become one of the largest and most influential groups of marijuana consumers.

Since 2002, marijuana use by middle aged adults in the 45 to 54 age group increased by 48%, while marijuana use by adults age 35 to 44 rose by 43%. These are pretty sharp increases, but they're nothing compared to the numbers of even older adults who are now using marijuana regularly. Marijuana use by seniors aged 65 and older increased by 333% over the past decade, while marijuana use by adults age 55 to 64 has increased by a whopping 455%. The one group who is using marijuana less often, however, is kids and teens. Only 7.4% of kids and teens age 12 to 17 reported that they use marijuana regularly, showing a 10% decrease in marijuana use compared to data collected ten years prior.

The report highlights the ways in which marijuana legalization is shaping our culture. In the “War on Drugs” era, more kids and teens were using marijuana. Now that parents and even grandparents are doing it, doctors are prescribing it, and national media outlets report on it daily, marijuana has lost much of the glamour it received from being something illicit and illegal, rebellious and “wrong” in the eyes of the parental units and society as a whole. Marijuana has become acceptable, recognized for its many potential benefits on both physical and mental health, as well as for its advantages over the far more dangerous and detrimental choice of alcohol for purposes of recreational relaxation. Opponents of marijuana legalization often tout their fears about legalization leading to increased marijuana use among youth, but the study by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention proves these fears to be unfounded. It's a timeless truth that kids usually don't want to be like their parents, so if their parents are toking down, teens are less likely to see marijuana smoking as an appealing activity that's in any way cool or desirable. Stephen Colbert even did a skit about the phenomenon of parental marijuana use on a recent episode of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” The skit featured a very normal-looking, middle aged Minnesota couple chilling out at home on the sofa. They're obviously stoned, bong in hand. Their teenage son walks in and they quickly stash the bong behind the throwpillow. The son accuses his mom and dad in a resigned and annoyed sort of way if they're smoking marijuana yet again, then he makes a comment about he doesn't use marijuana himself, but instead snorts adderall like a normal person.

Ideas about marijuana use are definitely changing, and parents are finding new ways to talk to their kids about drugs and marijuana use more honestly and openly than ever. With marijuana's benefits as a medicine widely recognized by the scientific and medical community, and medical marijuana dispensaries and recreational marijuana dispensaries a common feature in many communities in states like Colorado, no longer can parents pretend to their children that marijuana use is something criminal or extremely detrimental or dangerous, especially when they are using it themselves to relieve insomnia, back pain, anxiety, just to unwind, or for a number of other valid and logical reasons. If we don't want our kids to use marijuana, it makes sense to talk about it as honestly as possible, being genuine about the positive as well as the negative aspects of pot smoking. When marijuana is unfairly demonized, kids who try it and discover its real-life effects are much more likely to distrust any warnings they've received about other drugs which actually do pose very serious risks. Legalization has forced a more honest and open dialogue regarding marijuana use, which in turn is leading to fewer kids overall using marijuana for recreational purposes.

Marijuana has matured, both in terms of its users and in terms of the marijuana industry itself. With all the medical and recretional marijuana dispensaries such as Livwell, Medicine Man Denver, and MMJ America, plus all the cultivation facilities, research institutes, seed banks and more, the marijuana industry has become big business. Paired with an increasingly older demographic of marijuana users, marijuana is no longer kids stuff. It's ironic that where the War on Drugs failed, marijuana legalization has apparently succeeded. Putting marijuana into the hands of parents and grandparents and other older adults has been the unexpected key to keeping it out of the hands of youth.

 

 

 

 

 

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Organic Pesticides and Cannabis
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 I’ve gotten a good amount of questions into whether or not the weed my dispensary grows uses pesticides or is organic, the majority of people inquiring getting quite unhappy with my responses. The pesticide/organic stigma is of course a carryover from more heavily regulated industries like the food industry, and unfortunately with the way that dispensaries work these days it is not quite as available of an option for the marijuana industry. 

First off, noone in the recreational or medical side of marijuana sales can be actually considered organic, whether or not it technically is, because none of it has been tested by the FDA to receive that status. This brings up the question “What does that official classification actually mean?” One of the more interesting things is that if you do claim your weed is organic you can potentially be sued. There have been several dispensaries that had to change their names because they initially went with some kind of name referencing “organic,” which again they do not have clearance to use. 

As far as pesticides go, the dispensary that I previously worked for did use them, much to the chagrin of many snooty customers, trying to berate me for a decision that my company made to protect their product. In the current industry, at least in Colorado, most larger scale producers have to use pesticides on their product because of their scale alone. The goal for many dispensaries is always to expand into larger and larger grows, so as to minimize loss pesticides are a necessary “evil,” as one plant getting sick in a hundred plus plant grow can be devastating to the entire environment if not treated. As far as I know the only dispensaries I’ve heard of not using any pesticides are primarily the smaller, medical only locations. 

These conversations are always hilarious to me. It makes me wonder how much stock people put into labels and ingredient listings, and how much they actually know about the production of products they take to be the “clean” ones they pride themselves on maintaining consumption of. And on that note, some people that I know have been smoking for years previous to any kind of regulated cannabis, in which case there is a good chance they’ve had something with pesticides used on it, or that wouldn’t technically count as organic just because of how it was grown, not to mention I’ve heard a ton of stories about growing amazing weed with just Miracle Gro. 

At the end of the day, pesticides are necessary for full sized production facilities, and the CDPHE is very involved in making sure that everything used is above board, limiting the useable pesticide brands to six that are allowed to be used in growing marijuana, I believe. Not to mention no matter what is used in the product’s production should be flushed out before curing, unless the growers literally don’t know what they’re doing, and that stuff is instantly recognizable, it will make you want to die. 

I’m not saying don’t inform yourself to the specifics of your dispensaries products, but don’t look down on me if I tell you there are pesticides used during production, you made this industry what it is. Not to mention there’s probably toxic dust in every inch of air that exists outside of a can.  

 

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Choosing the Right Edible for You

Edibles are becoming a major aspect of the Marijuana industry, in some people’s mind they have even more importance than just weed by itself. For a decent part of the Medical side of the weed industry they are very important, as they allow somewhat of a more seamless delivery of the cannibinoids they are looking for without having to interact with their lungs and respiratory system, as well as eliminating some of the less desirable aspects of smoking like coughing, dry mouth, resin dirtying up smoking utensils, as well as being a less challenging option for people with harsh arthritis or tremors, as grinding weed and packing a bowl and even smoking it can become a hassle for regular users. But more and more people are finding that the edibles they have been directed towards may not be as effective as they may have hoped, though the problem may not be with the quality of the edible itself. 

One of the major differences I have noticed people running into regularly is the kind of concentrates used to create the edibles themselves. The companies that produce edibles can go a few different routes in the infusion of their products, from the actual infusion process to the form of the THC being infused. For instance, some companies use what is essentially a very clean BHO product, similar to dabs but extra clarified, which work well for most people but in some cases doesn’t seem to process correctly in specific patient’s systems. When I encounter patients like this I generally try and push them to try something that has been created with cannabutter instead, which processes somewhat different and can be the missing element for several people I’ve talked to. Cannabutter also has some potential to retain a more complex profile than concentrates, as the flower itself is mixed straight with the butter that is then used to make edibles, usually more along the lines of baked goods and some chocolate hybrid edibles. If you have been having trouble getting the effects you’re looking for out of things like gummies or candies, it’s possible that this switch could greatly benefit you. 

Another element that is always important to consider is how much of the edible you are actually consuming. In some cases with larger edibles, such as full sized candy bars or very low dosage candies that you have to consume many pieces of to meet your dosage, the sugar content can become an issue especially when looking to use edibles for sleep, as the sugar can adversely affect the THC doing this job. This is also heavily dependent on what your actual dosage is, the higher you end up having to consume the more often you may run into these problems. I have talked to several customers that stray from edibles that may actually be more cost effective or the actual Indica/Sativa specific item they may be looking for simply because they don’t want to eat that much chocolate or candy. I am personally much more in favor of eating less actual edible mass in all categories, though I think there is definitely a market for full substantial actual snack or meal edibles. 

Some people that run into the common “THC gives me the munchies,” issue definitely benefit from having more to eat so as to avoid the problem of eating more than their dosage of edibles. Unfortunately because of the lack of regular demand for these kinds of products they are much harder to find on many dispensary shelves, even though there are companies that produce things like THC infused frozen pizzas. One solution to this is to go with pure cannabutter and just use it in conjunction with the food you  are going to eat anyway, everything from baked potatoes to a dollop in soup could be a much easier to control dosage option, though you will definitely have to feel out exactly how much yous hould be using, companies will always disclaim how much is technically in what amount of cannabutter bought at a dispensary but if you go the make-your-own route you definitely need to pay attention and start low, one of my neighbors basically quit trying after making a slightly too bomb plate of spaghetti. 

So there are many things to consider when you look for the edible that will give you the best version of what you are looking for, and I highly recommend making notes on what works for you and what seems to work less. I also recommend putting chocolate bar edibles in oatmeal, it’s the best. 

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Five States to Vote on Recreational Marijuana this November

The November elections are rapidly approaching, and marijuana industry entrepreneurs are watching closely the results of initiatives in five separate states that would pave the way for recreational marijuana dispensaries and more widespread cannabis cultivation. Voters in Arizona, California, Nevada, Maine, and Massachusettes will decide whether or not marijuana possession, cultivation, and retail recreational marijuana dispensaries will become legal just as they are in Colorado, Alaska, Oregon, Washington, and Washington D.C. Here is an overview of the different recreational marijuana legalization intitiatives for 2016 that will be decided on this November.

Arizona: Despite many challenges and obstacles along the way, Proposition 205 which would legalize recreational marijuana in Arizona has made its way onto the November ballot. A lawsuit that sought to block the measure from placement on the ballot was dismissed by the Superior Court of Maricopa County, and the Arizona Supreme Court upheld this decision after the challengers appealed. If voters approve the proposition, Arizona residents who are of adult age would be allowed to legally possess up to an ounce of marijuana, consume marijuana privately, and grow up to six marijuana plants. The proposition would also pave the way for retail recreational marijuana sales, imposing a 15% tax on cannabis sold at adult use marijuana dispensaries. The vote on the proposition is likely to be a close one. While a July poll showed only 39% of Arizona voters in support of marijuana legalization, the campaign in favor of Proposition 205 has raised a lot more money than the oppossition groups. The campaign for voting “yes” on Proposition 205 has amassed over three million dollars in donations, while the opposing campaign has raised less than one million. If Proposition 205 passes, revenues from taxes placed on retail marijuana sales will be utilized in part for education and public healthcare initiatives.

California: This November, California voters will decide on Proposition 64, titled the Adult Use of Marijuana Act. The proposition would allow for recreational marijuana sales and establish the right of citizens age 21 and over to grow up to six plants and posess up to an ounce of marijuana. A15% retail tax on recreational cannabis would be established, and a system for expunging the records of past non-violent marijuana convictions would be put into place. California was the first state to legalize medical marijuana, way back in 1996. If aproved, the taxes imposed on marijuana cultivation and sales could bring in over a billion dollars each year to California's strained budget, and could save the state millions by forgoing the expense of keeping non-violent marijuana offenders in prison. With millions more in fundraising donations raised by supporters and an August poll showing over 61% of California voters in favor of legalizing recreational marijuana, Proposition 64 is very likely to pass.

Maine: It was a rocky road, but Question 1 which would legalize recreational marijuana sales, possession, and cultivation within the state of Maine will be put into the hands of voters this November. When supporters of the measure first submitted the signatures required to place Question 1 on the ballot, over half of the signatures were invalidated which left the group falling short of requirements. They challenged the decision and the ruling was overturned. When the signatures were reexamined in April, it was found that there were enough valid signatures to get Question 1 on the November ballot. If Question 1 passes, Maine residents age 21 and older will be able to purchase or possess up to 2 ½ ounces of marijuana and grow up to 6 flowering marijuana plants at a time. It would also impose a 10% sales tax on recreational marijuana sales. With a March poll indicating only a little over 53% of voters in Maine in favor of legalization, the fate of Question 1 is unclear, but it's likely to be a close call whichever way voters decide.

Massachusetts: Voters in Massachusetts will decide on Question 4, which would legalize the possession of an ounce of marijuana, allow for the cultivation of up to six marijuana plants, and establish a sales tax for recreational marijuana sales. Although Massachusetts approved medical marijuana in 2012, the first medical marijuana dispensary in the state didn't open its doors until June of this year. That doesn't give voters much time to see the marijuana industry in action and gauge its potentials, so it may be tough for some people to make a decision on Question 4. While an April poll conducted by Western New England University found 57% of Massachusetts voters in favor of recreational marijuana legalization, a poll conducted in July by Gravis Marketing showed only 41% of Massachusetts voters in support of making recreational cannabis legal. If campaign finance is any indication of who the winning team is, Question 4 has a really good shot of passing. Supporters have raised nearly half a million, while the oppossition has collected virtually nothing. River Rock Wellness of Colorado is one of the top contributors to the campaign, donating $10,000 in support of Question 4.

Nevada: In Nevada, voters will decide on Question 2, would legalize the possession of up to an ounce of marijuana and allow adults to cultivate up to six marijuana plants. A 15% sales tax on recreational marijuana sales would be imposed, and consumption would be restricted to private areas which could include retail marijuana dispensaries. The tax revenue would be earmarked for use in the k-12 public education system. A poll conducted in July by a local news station found 50% of voters in support of Question 2, 41% oppossed, and 9% undecided, so it could really go either way and at this point, it's too close to call.

New Opportunities for Marijuana Businesses

The growing trend towards legalization opens the way for more marijuana businesses to thrive and profit. Entrepreneurs who are contemplating opening a marijuana dispensary, grow house, or other marijuana business in one of the five states who  are voting on recreational cannabis should look closely at each state's laws now to get an idea of all the details and regulations, and how to start the process of applying for a marijuana business license. States like Nevada will limit the number of marijuana establishments that can open up in any municipality if their legalization initiative passes, so business owners wishing to cash in will need to be ready to act quickly once the votes are counted. CannaSaver will keep you informed of the latest updates and elections results, so stay tuned.

 

 

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New Purchase Limit Rules for Edibles and Concentrates in Colorado

You know those special marijuana deals you can get at marijuana dispensaries in Colorado that include an ounce of marijuana flower and a couple grams of concentrates? These and many more of the best marijuana deals and best deals on concentrates in large quantities will be a thing of the past come October 1st, when new Colorado marijuana regulations go into effect that more specifically define purchase limits by clarifying the concentrate to flower equivalency.

Currently, a gram of THC is considered a gram of THC, and adults in Colorado are allowed to purchase up to 28 grams of it, be it in the form of concentrates like wax and shatter, in the form of edibles, or in the form of buds. When the new marijuana regulations go into effect on October 1st, 800 mg of edibles or 8 grams of concentrate will be considered equivalent to 28 grams of marijuana flower. One gram of concentrate will be equivalent to an eighth of flower, while two grams will be equivalent to a quarter ounce. This means that no longer will Colorado marijuana dispensaries like Medicine Man Denver be able to offer their retail customers anything close to an ounce of flower paired with two grams of concentrates. If you purchase two grams of concentrates, the most bud you could buy would be just three quarters.

We can say goodbye to the deals on whole ounces of concentrates, too. The new regulations will greatly diminish the quantity of concentrates that can be purchased in a single transaction, and no longer will recreational marijuana consumers be allowed to purchase more than 8 grams of concentrates at a time without exceeding the purchase limit. And with many edibles packing 200mg THC per package, a few marijuana-infused candy bars could add up to the 800mg purchase limit very quickly. If you want to mix and match with some flower or edibles or concentrates, you'll have to really be smart in tallying up exactly how much of what you can legally get. Marijuana dispensaries will be challenged to come up with alternative bundle packages that include a carefully thought out balance of flower and concentrates or edibles that will appeal to marijuana consumers while staying within the rules.

It's unclear how strictly these new rules will be enforced, as there currently isn't any system in place that actually prevents consumers from simply heading from one dispensary to another to get around the purchase limits. Fortunately for medical marijuana patients, the change in how concentrates and edibles are considered when it comes to the one ounce purchase limit effects only recreational sales. Medical marijuana sales will remain unchanged.

Other new regulations are likely to effect the cannabis industry more than the marijuana consumer. You know that weird label that comes on every marijuana product you buy in Colorado, that looks a bit like a sheriff's badge only it says “Department of Revenue” and “marijuana” on it? It will soon be a thing of the past as a new marijuana warning label has been adopted. The new retail marijuana symbol features a diamond shape surrounding the word “THC” coupled with an exclamation mark. The new symbol being introduced for medical marijuana is virtually the same, only with an additional letter “m” to denote that is a medical product. The new universal symbols are required to be in use by October 1st, with a two-month grace period extending the compliance period to November 30th, 2016. After that, establishments found selling marijuana labeled with the outdated universal symbol could face penalties.

What all this adds up to for the average person who wants to buy marijuana in Colorado is that September is the time to shop and stock up on large quantities of edibles and take advantage of the  best shatter deals denver offers and the best flower plus concentrates bundle deals before it's too late.

 

 

 

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The Future of Public Pot Use and Private Marijuana Clubs in Denver

“Where can I smoke weed in Denver?” It's usually one of the first questions asked by tourists, second only to “where can I buy weed in Denver?” While marijuana dispensaries in Denver are plentiful, and Green Star Excursions will even pick you up at the airport and take you right to a dispensary, places to smoke marijuana without fear of getting a ticket aren't quite so out in the open. Marijuana activists have been working for years now to reform current public pot use laws and private marijuana club regulations so that people will have more places to be able to safely blaze up. Many of these efforts have remained fruitless, but with momentum building and support mounting, voters and activists might have another shot this November.

Although one citywide initiative that would have made private marijuana clubs fully legal in Denver failed to make the November 8th ballot, there is still a chance for a similar but different measure to be brought to a vote. The failed initiative, called the Responsible Use Denver Intitiative, fell nearly 2000 signatures short of the 4,726 verifiable signatures required to make the ballot, despite the group behind the measure, Denver NORML, having turned in over 7,500 signatures. When the signatures were reviewed, many turned out to be from unregistered voters or from voters living in other counties. While disappointing to the many marijuana activists who worked countless hours on the effort, the news is not completely disheartening, as another intitiative regarding pot consumption in businesses still has a chance. Deemed the Neighborhood Supported Cannabis Consumption Pilot Program, this initiative would allow marijuana to be smoked at certain establishments like cafes and bars. Such businesses would be required to seek and obtain approval from the neighborhood where the establishment is located before they can allow marijuana consumption on their premises. The Neighborhood Supported Cannabis Consumption initiative is currently under review by the Denver Elections Division. If there are enough verifiable signatures on the petition to get the measure placed on the ballot, Denver voters could be deciding within just a few months whether or not to legalize toking up at bars and other neighborhood-approved establishments. The Denver Elections Division is expected to complete their signature verification process by sometime next week.

Many are hopeful that this measure will indeed make the ballot, as the rules against public pot smoking cause a lot of confusion and inconvenience, especially for marijuana tourists. You can walk into any number of marijuana dispensaries in Denver such as Medicine Man Denver and easily buy weed, but then you're left with no place to legally smoke it. While Amendment 64 legalized the sell and possession of pot, consuming marijuana openly and publicly remains illegal under Colorado state law. Most hotels don't allow indoor smoking, which leaves the marijuana tourist with no obvious options when it comes to knowing where to smoke weed in Denver. Being able to just go to a bar or cafe or other business and sit back and light up would provide for an easy and convenient way for marijuana tourists and residents alike to enjoy Colorado cannabis culture to the fullest. It could also be a boon for the businesses that choose to allow marijuana consumption, attracting new customers and especially marijuana tourists to their establishments. The petition to get the Neighborhood Supported Cannabis Consumption Pilot Program on the Denver November election ballot has 10,800 signatures, so there is a strong chance that the Denver Elections Division will be able to verify enough of those signatures for the measure to come to a vote. The ballot measure has the backing of the Marijuana Policy Project, Veterans for Cannabis, Cannabis Business Alliance, Sensible Colorado, The Church, Club Vinyl, My 420 Tours, Colorado Cannabis Tours, and many other influential organizations and businesses. If the Neighborhood Supported Cannabis Consumption Pilot Program makes it on the ballot, hopes are high that the measure will pass.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Effects of Different Marijuana Strains | Enhance - Debilitate - Normalize

When I first started budtending, I was very much of the "if it messes you up it's what you want" persuasion. I still very much dwell in that area but as I have had the opportunity to try a ludicrous amount of different strains and crosses, I can much more accurately get to the effect I'm looking for in most cases. Some strains I know for sure will effect me in a specific way, whereas some strains still baffle me and I need to do more pretend research on, all strains just making me wish I could test individual cannabinoids by themselves, But after all of this, I needed a way to explain the generalized effect of strains beyond the Indica Sativa Hybrid model, as there are plenty of cases where just those labels alone were either not accurate enough or in some cases even opposite. We recently got a Sativa strain that is under no circumstances effectually useful as a Sativa, and I would never sell it as such. A lot of categorization happens based on the physical makeup of the plants that are grown, as you can't necessarily know what a plant is really going to result in outside of how it has ended up in previous batches.

Indica vs. Sativa

The use of Indica Sativa and Hybrid in a consumer context is also essentially a curse. I cannot even begin to count the number of people that have come in not even ever having smoked weed adamantly telling me that they don't want Indicas, they hate them and they only want Sativas because someone told them all Indica strains would put them to sleep. This is understandable as this past two years have really opened up a lot as far as open experimentation and research, which can only continue to climb. But even so, the average customer is probably still going to tell you that the don't want Indicas, or that Sativas make them too paranoid or sometimes even that Sativas put them to sleep and they can ONLY smoke hybrids, which is generally all nonsense.

Even just going by my dispensary alone, we have always had Indica strains that are very energetic in addition to the more downer strains, and plenty of Sativas that I would never recommend for people to go out and do stuff on, more prone to relaxation and calmness. I have had a hard time really trying to narrow down how to describe the effects of different strains in a way that I can keep them all straight in my head and avoid being constantly thrown off by new weird crosses. So after much deliberation, I came up with the following three categories: enhance, debilitate, and normalize.

Three Ways to Categorize The Effects of Smoking Marijuana

Enhance strains
are generally more applicable to Sativas and Sativa leaning hybrids, but are not limited to that by any means. Any strain that modifies your mental or physical feelings in a way that pushes you forward or helps you focus or even body high that reduces muscle pain could fall under this category, Enhance strains can come in many different ranges of strength as well, some lower THC strains being very beneficial for cerebral effect. These strains are generally more recommended for going out and doing things, mental expansion and creativity channeling, among other positive effects. The body high side of enhance strains I have also found to be a little more like lifting body high, losing a few pounds of weight in your extremities, good for all kinds of outdoor kinds of adventures. Enhance strains can also carry with them a heavy drop effect once they have worn off, as enhancement can't be permanent and you must eventually go back to normal you.

Debilitate strains come in two main types for me, strains that are very heavy on the body high and knockdown potential, and strains that make you stupid. I am a huge fan of strains that make you stupid, me stupid, what have you. I avoid a lot of enhance strains as I feel like there is rarely as much change in my headspace, sometimes getting a little more tangential than usual but that is rarely something I'm looking for, as anything more going on in my head just pushes me more towards just getting too distracted to function, whereas strains that knock me down mentally make me more able to enjoy the present rather than spiraling through my thoughts. Intense heavy body high as opposed to the enhance strains lifting body is also a preference for me, again because I want to be knocked down. While these strains can be often attributed to Indicas, the dumbing strains I have found are generally closer to hybrids, usually resulting from an interesting strain cross.

Normalize strains are interesting because they vary from person to person, as you may find that an Enhance or a Debilitate strain may actually knock you down or pick you up to normal. Most CBD strains that I have tried fall into this category, as they are generally just relaxing and relief heavy, without actually being too down. Some people associate CBDs with going to sleep or tiredness, but I don't really agree in any context. Normalize strains are more along the lines of getting you to a nice average space that you want to inhabit, rather than pushing you too much in any direction, similar to how people will take antidepressants or Adderall, things like that.

But these three categories are fairly fluid, really only getting assigned to strains that I think fully embody these ideas. Still if you go into a store and ask for something that fits one of these contexts, I guarantee you will have a much more productive conversation with your budtender. They may even be able to find you something much closer to what you need rather than just assigning you the Indica or Sativa of the day because you told them you couldn't smoke one or the other. I recommend you always take your drug research seriously, and try to move away from the traditional genetic classifications of weed. The sooner we start to move away from these ideas the sooner we can really advance into growing strains that do the same thing every time.

Save your stickers, keep a journal, whatever works for you, I encourage you to do it. Learning is the best aspect of this industry right now, as much as everyone else would have you believe it is money.

Money is not what we're working for.

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Marijuana Massage Trends to Try at Home

Cannabis has become a part of mainstream culture, mentioned daily by national media outlets and losing its stigma as more and more states legalize marijuana and more people turn to the benefits of cannabis for pain relief, stress relief and treatment for anxiety disorders such as ptsd, and other medical  uses. Cannabis has even shown its merit in the field of massage therapy, giving therapists a new vehicle through which to provide added relief and benefits to their patients. Some of the techniques utilized by professional massage therapists who use marijuana in massage can be practiced by anyone. Here is a description of how marijuana is used in massage by professional therapists, and how you can safely incorporate cannabis into self-massage or partner massage.

How marijuana enhances massage

Cannabis oil has been show to reduce pain and help release tension in the muscles, making it a lot easier for the massage therapist to really get in there and do their thing to fully release the tension and loosen the muscle. CBDs, which are compounds found in different concentrations in different marijuana strains, have been shown to reduce the time it takes to heal and recover from injuries to the connective tissues. Marijuana's greatest benefit to massage however may be in its ability to reduce anxiety and help you relax so that the massage will be more effective. If you're not used to getting a massage, having a stranger touching all over your back and possibly triggering a lot of pain in the muscles as tension is release can be very uncomfortable, to say the least. The relaxing properties of THC in marijuana ingested pre-massage can help you be less self-conscious so that you can loosen up and get the greatest benefit from the treatment.

Using cannabis oil and other marijuana topicals in massage is becoming trendy in modern culture, but it is nothing new. Marijuana has been used for its therapeutic and medicinal benefits for thousands of years, practiced in ancient Egypt, China, and Mesopotamia, as well. The oldest surviving medical texts from these cultures mention cannabis use as if it's a long-known, well established medical treatment. Marijuana was used by the ancients to treat inflamation, fever, pain, and many other maladies and complaints. One treatment used in ancient Egypt was to rub an ointment containing cannabis oil on affected parts of the body to help relieve soreness and inflamation.

Marijuana in Massage Today

Today, massage therapists who use marijuana and massage hand in hand use marijuana infused creams and oils to enhance the massage treatment.The Lodo Massage Studio in Denver, for instance, offers a massage in which a cannabis-infused pain relieving cream is rubbed into the muscles as part of a deep tissue massage or other massage therapy session. The formula they use is reputed to have a soothing, cooling sensation that provides relief from pain as well as anti-inflammatory benefits. It's called Apothecanna's Pain Crème, and it contains  a mixture of THC, CBD, arnica, peppermint, and juniper.  Apothecanna has a whole line of different marijuana-infused massage products, each formulated to provide relieving, calming, or stimulating effects. Life Flower Dispensary in Glendale offers Apothecanna products, and they have a dispensary deal where they offer 10% off topicals every Tuesday. Such massage creams and oils won't get you high, but they can certainly help relax the body.

If you're traveling to Denver and interested in a marijuana massage, you can schedule one through many of the marijuana tour companies including Colorado Cannabis Tours and My 420 Tours.

Using Marijuana Massage at Home

Even if you're not a trained massage therapist, you can still reap the benefits of marijuana massage safely at home. The rule is to not go deep unless you definitely know what you're doing—leave deep tissue massage to the professionals, as you can accidentally do serious injury if you manipulate the muscles incorrectly. But if you keep your touch gentle and your strokes light, moving your hands in slow circles or rubbing them up and down across the muscles, you can gain a lot of relief. You can practice gentle touch massage on yourself or on others, and there are many ways to utilize marijuana to enhance the massage. You can incorporate marijuana infused oils and creams like the professionals do, if you're wary of catching a buzz but would like to enjoy the pain-relieving, muscle-relaxing benefits of marijuana. You might even try your hand at creating your own homemade cannabis tinctures. If you're looking for pain relief and muscle relaxation as well as the blissful buzz, your best bet is to ingest thc-containing marijuana pre-massage. Smoking marijuana or consuming edibles will relax the mind as well as the body, providing both a psychoactive and a physical effect. Be sure to use caution if you've never tried psychoactive marijuana before, and if you're pregnant or you have any physical, mental, or medical conditions, ask a doctor first just to be on the safe side. Especially with edibles, first timers should be careful and moderate with dosage until they get used to the way cannabis uniquely affects their mind and body. Start slowly by bringing just a little cannabis into your massages, and work your way up to using marijuana in higher dosages and concentrations after you're sure you like the effect. If you're uncertain, just stick with the marijuana-infused creams and oils and skip the high.

To learn more about marijuana massage, check out this article from Massage Magazine.

 

 

 

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Picking Great Bud:  Red Hairs and Glitter Say a Lot

Picking great marijuana can be as easy as visiting a dispensary with a reputation for selling great bud, but sometimes that can be easier said than done.  Marijuana is an agricultural product, and just like our fruits and veggies, sometimes the crop isn’t picked at the perfect time and quality suffers.  Picking too early or too late can affect the flavor, THC and cannabinoid content and high of the finished product.  So how can a marijuana consumer tell if the pot they’re buying was picked at its peak?  One way is to take a good hard look at the bud before you buy it.  A bud will say a lot about its life in its appearance.  In determining if it was picked at the right time there are two main things to look for, red hairs and glitter.

Red hair

Mentioning hair in pot makes many potheads remember the old days when picking dog hair out of the baggie was a part of rolling a joint.  But red hair in marijuana can be a great sign.  If a bud is covered in red hair, that is a great indicator that it was left on the plant until it was done developing, which means the percentages of THC and cannabinoids will be higher than if it had been harvested early. 

There are a couple of important notes concerning red hair in marijuana.  First, not all strains have the ability to produce as much red hair as others.  These “hairs” are actually part of the cannabis flower, and just like many flowers, different varieties produce different color variations.  Some strains of pot produce these red “hairs” while others have smaller, and harder to see, hair.  Second, these hair parts can also indicate a bud that was picked too late and started to lose quality and THC content.  If the hairs seem particularly withered or brittle, another strain may be your best bet this time around unless you can grab it on discount, like day old bread.

Glitter

We are not talking about that movie about the singer.  Glitter, as in the sparkly, shiny stuff that envelopes each and every nook and cranny of a good bud.  Mother nature’s greatest marketing tool ever – a glittery bud and a few well aimed LED lights, and everyone will come and buy your beautiful and irresistible buds.  And if those buds are coated in glitter, then they very well should go and buy those buds! 

The glitter on marijuana is actually the trichrome and home to the volatile oils that make the plant what it is -  the oils that make up live resin.  Get up close and personal with a bud sometime and check these little gems out.  Each and every one of those sparkly little dots is really a tiny little bubble of the good stuff.  THC, cannabinol, and other active chemicals are carried and housed in these bubbles of oil.  When marijuana has lots of these bubbles left on it in the pot shop, this means a couple of things.  It means that the bud was allowed to mature to a point where it produced a lot of this oil, which means it should be stronger.  It also means that it was not allowed to stand in the field too long and loose vital potency.  But lots of glitter left on the bud also means that it was cured and handled with care and that its at least fairly fresh.  As pot sits around and dries out, so do these oils, making even the best weed loose quality and glitter if not stored properly. 

When shopping for your favorite strains of marijuana at your local dispensary remember to keep one eye open for red hairs and glitter.  Better than thumping a melon, these are two tried and true indicators of mature, high quality marijuana that is sure to provide the high you are looking for at great cannasaver prices
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Best Dispensary Deals in Denver for 7/17/16 – 7/24/16

Whether you're looking for good deals on recreational marijuana or medical marijuana in Denver, you're in luck this week, as many dispensaries are offering sales on flower ounces, concentrates, edibles, and more. Here are the best dispensary deals in denver this week for both medical and recreational marijuana, marijuana edibles, wax, and shatter.

Best dispensaries in denver for edibles

The best dispensaries in denver for edibles this week are RiverRock North, RiverRock South, and Medicine Man Denver. RiverRock is offering 25% off on Dixie Elixirs chocolate bars at both their north and south locations, and they also have a coupon offering first-time customers 15% off their total purchase. These deals are good for both recreational and medical customers. According to Weedmaps, RiverRock is open daily until 6:55 p.m. At Medicine Man Denver this week, recreational customers can get a 100 mg Bhang Fire Chocolate and a 10 mg Dutch Girl Caramel Waffle for only $20 out the door, tax included. Just print up the free coupons  to score these deals.

Best Ounce Deals in Denver

The best ounce deals in Denver this week are at Medicine Man Denver, Livwell, MMJ America, and Platte Valley Dispensary. Medicine Man Denveris offering recreational and medical single-strain ounces of any of their top-shelf strains for only $99 plus tax. Livwell has recreational ounces for $99, too, but only for select strains. Livwell Broadway has a 4.6 star rating on Leafly. For medical customers, the best ounce deals in denver right now are at Platte Valley Dispensary, which is offering medical ounces of select strains for $100 tax included to first visit medical patients and members.

Best Marijuana Deals in Denver – Less than an ounce

There are a few other weed deals worth noting this week if you're looking to buy less than a full ounce. The absolute cheapest price is the $15 eighth of recreational shake you can get at Livwell, with the deal from Medicine Man Denver –a $45 quarter—following at a close second. If you're a medical customer, MMJ America Golden Triangle is offering a special where medical patients can get 6.5 grams of flower for just $19.03, and receive this same price every day of the week if they choose MMJ America as their caregiver. Just be sure to get the marijuana coupons from CannaSaver to take advantage of all these specials.

Best Concentrate Deals in Denver

Medicine Man Denverhas one of the best concentrate deals in denver this week, with 3 grams of recreational wax or shatter for just $89 with coupon. MMJ America has a good deal for medical customers every wednesday, where grams of wax are just $20 and grams of shatter are $25. If you're looking to stock up, they're also offering medical ounces of wax for $420, and recreational wax ounces for $550. Platte Valley Dispensary also has concentrate deals for both their medical and recreational customers alike. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, all concentrates are buy one, get one 50% off for all customers. If you do happen to be a medical marijuana patient, you can enjoy grams of concentrates for just $25 a pop for members or $30 each for non-members, or print the coupon and get member pricing on your first visit even if you're not a member.

New Specials Everyday

If you really want to save as much as possible on your marijuana, stay informed of the latest sales, deals, and trends by checking sites like CannaSaver and Leafly. New dispensary deals and new marijuana coupons are added daily. If you don't want to spend all that time researching a weed bargain just subscribe to the CannaSaver newsletter or to the CannaBlog so you won't miss out on the best deals denver dispensaries have to offer.

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Marijuana Dispensary offers Pokemon Go! Discounts in Denver

With Pokemon Go! one of the most popular phone apps of all time, restaurants, coffeeshops, zoos, and now even marijuana dispensaries are getting in on the action, offering Pokemon Go discounts in Denver and other cities across the country as a way to help attract the droves of people young and old who are on the hunt for Pokemon. Life Flower Dispensary, a marijuana store in the Glendale area of Denver Colorado, is offering a  Pokemon Go! discount that gives players 5% off purchases of marijuana products including joints, buds, wax, shatter, edibles, pipes, bongs, dab rigs, and more. Life Flower Dispensary is the only marijuana dispensary in Denver selling to both recreational and medical customers that stays open seven days a week from 8:00 a.m. to midnight, with most Denver dispensaries closing several hours earlier. There's a small catch to getting the Pokemon Go deal, though, so be sure to read the details of the offer on the printable marijuana coupon from CannaSaver, a popular marijuana couponing site based in Colorado. You'll need to actually show the budtenders your Pokemon Go! profile on the app, and they'll check your profile to see if you make the cut—only Pokemon Go trainers that are level 5 or above will get the discount!

In  Pokemon Go! your trainer level increases when you gain more experience points. Experience points are earned as you catch Pokemon, hatch Pokemon eggs, collect items from Pokestops, evolve Pokemon, and win at Pokemon gyms. According to Serebii, a website dedicated to all things Pokemon, you'll need to amass 10,000 experience points before you'll reach level 5. That's not really too hard to do. The Pokemon Go app is so addictive that most players reach level 5 within the first few days of playing the game.

Pokemon Go! is a free phone app for IOS and Android devices that represents a collaboration between Nintendo, the Pokemon Company, and Niantic.  According to an article in Quartz, the app is bringing in over a million dollars daily in sales and Niantic's revenue for this year is expected to be five times the projected amount. The main action in the game is catching pokemon and battling pokemon, but the real fun is in the game's virtual reality appeal. If your phone has the gyroscope feature, pokemon will appear on your phone screen over a video backdrop of whatever is in front of you, meaning you might very well see a Bulbasaur sitting on top of your boss's head, or spot a Charizard chilling at the local post office. People of all ages are enjoying the game, from the kids and younger adults who grew up with Pokemon, to older generations that are just now discovering the Pokemon universe. The app urges players to get out and explore the world, bringing more people to parks, art districts, museums, libraries, bookstores, restaurants, and just about everywhere!

Weed stores like Life Flower Dispensary aren't the only businesses in Denver that are utilizing Pokemon Go discounts and special events to attract more customers. The Denver Zoo andElitch Gardens amusement park both offered discounts to Pokemon Go players, and there's a massive Pokemon Go bar crawl event planned for August 20 in Denver which is expected to attract thousands of visitors to participating businesses. There are over 2000 people signed up to attend on the Pokemon Go bar crawl Denver Facebook page, with over 9000 more potential guests who are interested in the event.

With the popularity of both  Pokemon Go and marijuana in Colorado, more and more dispensaries  might decide to take a cue from Life Flower and follow suit. Who knows? Maybe you'll catch a Snorlax snoozing amidst the jars of beautiful green buds, or spot a Koffing hiding out with the handblown glass pipes and bongs! And if you happen to get a Munchlax, just take it as a sign to eat some tacos and celebrate the joys of a world where weed stores are a reality and being a Pokemon Trainer out on an adventure catching Pokemon is a livable dream.

 

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Best Recreational Dispensary Deals in Denver for 7/17/16 – 7/24/16

Whether you're looking for good deals on recreational marijuana or medical marijuana in Denver, you're in luck this week, as many dispensaries are offering sales on flower ounces, concentrates, edibles, and more. Here are the best dispensary deals in denver this week for both medical and recreational marijuana, marijuana edibles, wax, and shatter.

Best Recreational Dispensaries in Denver for Edibles

The best dispensaries in denver for edibles this week are RiverRock North, RiverRock South, and Medicine Man Denver. RiverRock is offering 25% off on Dixie Elixirs chocolate bars at both their north and south locations, and they also have a coupon offering first-time customers 15% off their total purchase. These deals are good for both recreational and medical customers. According to Weedmaps, RiverRock is open daily until 6:55 p.m. At Medicine Man Denver this week, recreational customers can get a 100 mg Bhang Fire Chocolate and a 10 mg Dutch Girl Caramel Waffle for only $20 out the door, tax included. Just print up the free coupons  to score these deals.

Best Ounce Deals in Denver

The best ounce deals in Denver this week are at Medicine Man Denver, Livwell, MMJ America, and Platte Valley Dispensary. Medicine Man Denveris offering recreational and medical single-strain ounces of any of their top-shelf strains for only $99 plus tax. Livwell has recreational ounces for $99, too, but only for select strains. Livwell Broadway has a 4.6 star rating on Leafly. For medical customers, the best ounce deals in denver right now are at Platte Valley Dispensary, which is offering medical ounces of select strains for $100 tax included to first visit medical patients and members.

Best Marijuana Deals in Denver – Less than an ounce

There are a few other weed deals worth noting this week if you're looking to buy less than a full ounce. The absolute cheapest price is the $15 eighth of recreational shake you can get at Livwell, with the deal from Medicine Man Denver –a $45 quarter—following at a close second. If you're a medical customer, MMJ America Golden Triangle is offering a special where medical patients can get 6.5 grams of flower for just $19.03, and receive this same price every day of the week if they choose MMJ America as their caregiver. Just be sure to get the marijuana coupons from CannaSaver to take advantage of all these specials.

Best Concentrate Deals in Denver

Medicine Man Denver has one of the best concentrate deals in denver this week, with 3 grams of recreational wax or shatter for just $89 with coupon. MMJ America has a good deal for medical customers every wednesday, where grams of wax are just $20 and grams of shatter are $25. If you're looking to stock up, they're also offering medical ounces of wax for $420, and recreational wax ounces for $550. Platte Valley Dispensary also has concentrate deals for both their medical and recreational customers alike. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, all concentrates are buy one, get one 50% off for all customers. If you do happen to be a medical marijuana patient, you can enjoy grams of concentrates for just $25 a pop for members or $30 each for non-members, or print the coupon and get member pricing on your first visit even if you're not a member.

New Dispensary Specials Everyday

If you really want to save as much as possible on your marijuana, stay informed of the latest weed specials, deals, and trends by checking sites like CannaSaver and Weedmaps. New dispensary deals and new marijuana coupons are added daily. If you don't want to spend all that time researching a weed bargain just subscribe to the CannaSaver newsletter or to the CannaBlog so you won't miss out on the best deals denver dispensaries have to offer.

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Medical Marijuana: How this Cheaper, Safer Painkiller is Changing Health Care

Medical marijuana is being prescribed for pain more and more often these days, while traditional painkillers like Vicodin and OxyContin are being prescribed less and less. This change not only saves states money on their health care programs, but it's also saving lives as the number of overdoses caused by traditional painkillers has dramatically decreased. In a recent study conducted by Ashley and W. David Bradford from the University of Georgia, analyzations of prescribing patterns and spending in state-funded Medicare Part D programs revealed that medical marijuana is having a significant impact on our nation's healthcare.

The study found not only that traditional painkillers were being prescribed far less where medical marijuana is a legal alternative, but also that states with legal medical marijuana were saving millions on their Medicare programs. Overall, reductions in Medicare spending where medical marijuana is legal added up to $165.2 million in 2013, a figure which is expected to continue to increase as more and more states opt to legalize the medical use of cannabis. If all fifty states were to legalize medical marijuana and prescribe it in line with these current patterns, it's estimated that the annual nationwide savings would total over half a billion dollars.

More important than the money savings though is the fact that medical marijuana is saving lives. In the states with legal medical marijuana, the study found that on average, physicians prescribed 1,826 fewer doses of traditional painkillers like Vicodin (hydrocodone), OxyContin (oxycodone), methadone, and Opana (oxymorphone), which are often associated with dangerous sideeffects, abuse potential, and a greater risk of overdose.

The Center for Disease Control considers painkiller overdoses to be a nationwide health epidemic, with an estimated 15,000 deaths each year attributed to an overdose of a prescription painkiller. From 1999 to 2014, over 165,000 people in the U.S. alone lost their lives to a prescription painkiller overdose. More people die from a prescription painkiller overdose each year than from heroin and cocaine overdoses combined. Methadone, Hydrocodone (such as Vicodin), and Oxycodone (like OxyContin) are the most common opioids involved in overdoses, and these are also some of the most commonly prescribed, especially in states where medical marijuana is not yet an option. Meanwhile, there has never been a single documented case of medical marijuana overdose leading to death or any other serious complications.

As more and more physicians are opening their eyes to medical marijuana as a safer alternative to prescription painkillers, more and more patients are reaping the medical benefits of cannabis, not just for pain relief but for a wide range of conditions including anxiety and depression. A 2016 survey of state databases found that there were 1,246,170 registered medical marijuana patients across the country. It's no wonder the pharmaceutical industry continues to lobby against further medical marijuana legalization—they're losing consumer faith, customers, and revenue daily as new research on the medical benefits of cannabis emerges and more states allow doctors the option to prescribe it. Numerous studies have shown the benefits of marijuana for pain relief , anxiety, depression, glaucoma, epilepsy, HIV, cancer, and other conditions. Marijuana is even reputed to help relieve discomfort and heighten sensitivity during sex. With more and more states legalizing not just medical marijuana but also recreational marijuana, cannabis has lost a lot of its stigma and its benefits are being more readily embraced, a change that's benefiting not only patients but also states looking for more efficient, effective, and safer healthcare options. As medical marijuana continues to open up new avenues of wellness, the healthcare landscape is transforming and the medical community has at last begun to evolve.

 

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Are You A Savvy Stoner? 

Savvy stoners don't just run to the nearest dispensary; they check around first to find the lowest price dispensary to make sure they get the best deals on shatter and wax and the lowest price weed available. Prices vary from dispensary to dispensary, and tend to fluctuate quickly as stores compete to have the best weed deals. Here are this month's lowest price dispensaries, average marijuana prices, and the best deals on concentrates for July.

Lowest price dispensary

The Joint by Cannabis has the best ounce deal this month with their Sunday shake ounce special. Every Sunday this July, you can score an ounce of recreational shake for just $60. If you prefer nugs to shake (and who doesn't!), the best price dispensaries this month are Medicine Man and Livwell. Medicine Man Denver, Medicine Man Aurora, and Livwelllocations including Livwell Broadway are offering ounces of select strains of recreational marijuana flower for just $99 with the marijuana coupons you can get from CannaSaver. Livwell also has high CBD ounces for $89.99 recreational.

For less than an ounce, the best price dispensary in Denver this July is  Preferrred Organic Therapy. For $19.95, you can get an eighth of Moonshine Haze, a sativa dominant hybrid cross between Soma's Amnesia Haze and Nevil's Wreck (E-32 Trainwreck x Neville's Haze) that originated in Colorado. Preferred Organic Therapy also has great deals any Tuesday in July, where you can get their “Two-fer Tuesdays” deal which features buy one, get one free dime bags and pre-roll joints.

For medical customers, the best ounce deal in Denver this month is at Karmaceuticals on Santa Fe Drive ,which is offering medical ounces for just $90 with the marijuana coupon from CannaSaver. They have over twenty different strains to choose from at this price.

Best Deals on Concentrates

The best dispensary for concentrates this July is Platte Valley Dispensary on 7th street in downtown Denver. Every Wednesday or Saturday in July, you can buy a gram of wax or shatter and get another gram half off. This is one of the best concentrate deals denver has going right now. Other good deals on concentrates can be found this month at MMJ America downtown and Rocky Road Aurora. If you miss out on the Wednesday and Saturday deals at Platte Valley Dispensary but you still want to find the best shatter deals in denver, your best bet is to head to Rocky Road Aurora. They're offering four grams of wax or shatter for $100. MMJ America downtown has the same price per gram on their wax ($25), but you don't have to buy the large quantity to get the deal. MMJ America downtown also has the best deal for medical customers. You can get grams of wax for just $20, which is the best wax deals denver dispensaries have going this July for med patients.

Average Marijuana Prices in Denver for July

As usual, the range of marijuana prices in Denver is extremely broad, which makes it all the more important to find the best weed deals on CannaSaver before you shop. Average marijuana prices for this month are around $150-$200 for an ounce, while quarter-ounces are around $40-$50. Eights are priced around $30-$35, and grams are going for an average of $8-$10. Many recreational and medical dispensaries are priced much higher than this, with some stores selling ounces for upwards of $360.

More ways to save on weed

With the buy one get one free deals and other bargains this month offered on CannaSaver, you can score two grams of flower for $10 or an ounce for about a $100, considerably less than the average marijuana prices. There are also coupons for edibles, smoking accessories, and more, as well as daily specials offered by many dispensaries. If you watch for the bargains and take advantage of all the sales and coupons, you can really save a bundle, and the more you save, the more you can afford to smoke! All that marijuana couponing really pays off!

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Summer Marijuana Tourism and Travel in Colorado

Whether you're traveling to Colorado for the marijuana tourism deals or you just want to check out some fun 420 marijuana events while you're visiting the area, our state has a lot to offer this summer. Here are the best marijuana events in Colorado this summer for marijuana tourism seekers to explore and enjoy.

Ganjasana in the Garden

Ganjasana in the Gardenis a cannabis-friendly event featuring an hour and a half of ceremonial yoga and guided meditation plus instruction on the many benefits of organic cannabis. You'll also gain tools to help you build closer connections to the powerful medicines of the plant world. Refreshments are available and the event is cannabis-friendly, but you have to be over 21 to attend. Tickets range from $25 to $40.

When: Sunday, July 17, 2016 and Sunday, August 21, 2016
9:00am-12:00pm

Where: Beta Nightclub Rooftop
1909 Blake St.
Denver, CO 80202

Why: It's fun and unique! Many marijuana events focus mostly on indulging and skip over the more magical and shamanic aspects of cannabis, but with the Ganjasana, you get the best of both worlds.

Cannazaar

The Cannazaar is a marijuana event that blends the fun of an outdoor festival with the intrigue and mystery of performance art, theatrics, and more. My420 tours rolls out the party buses where you can indulge in vaping or edibles, and each cannabis tour bus is equipped with a different theme and style of music. The Cannazaar includes food vendors, shopping, and plenty of live entertainment. Tickets are free, but donations are welcome to benefit Denver Norml.

When: Every Sunday in July and August

12:00p.m. to 6:00p.m.

Where: Cluster Studios

3881 Steele St, Ste B,
Denver CO 80205

Why: If you want to enjoy a festive, almost carnival-like atmosphere with your cannabis, this is a must-attend event on your marijuana travel adventures.

Hemp on The Slope

Hosted by the Salt Creek Hemp Company,Hemp on the Slope is an event that celebrates the usefulness and benefits of industrial hemp for construction, manufacturing, clothing, fuel, food, and other uses. Featuring special guest speakers, workshops, exhibitors and vendors, live music, and more, this community event in western Colorado is open to all ages and kids 12 and under attend free. Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the gate.

When: Sat, July 30, 2016
All day
Where: 60885 Salt Creek Rd.
Collbran CO 81624

Why: Hemp truly is a miracle plant, and if you like smoking the psychoactive variety of cannabis, learning about hemp will give you a whole new perspective on this awesome plant and the many economical, environmental, and health benefits it can provide.

33rd Colorado Invitational Bong-a-thon

Since 1974, the Colorado Invitational Bong-a-thon has been celebrating marijuana as America's oldest 420 event. Individuals and teams will compete in all sorts of bong-related competitions, from relay competitions to see which group can smoke a quarter the quickest, who can finish a gram the quickest, and which five-person team can clear a hooka of a whole ounce of cannabis. This year's event features outdoor camping, but Rvs and tents are welcome. Tickets start at $90 and pre-registration is required as this is an invitational event. They keep their location under tight wraps until close til the festival, so register early and stay tuned.

When: Friday, August 5 and Saturday, August 6, 2016

Where: You'll have to register to find out!

Why: This event is one of the oldest marijuana events in the country and includes smoking copious amounts of weed. What more could a stoner ask for?

More Events

If you happen to miss these events or you're traveling to Denver at a different time, you'll still be able to find many activities and places with a marijuana tourism focus. There are dispensary tours, glass blowing demonstrations, cannabis cooking classes, 420 friendly transportation options, customized marijuana tours, and more. Check out Colorado Cannabis Tours, My420 Tours, and the Colorado Potguide for resources and the latest event listings. To find recreational dispensaries near you, go to Weedmaps, then before you shop, be sure to check out the latest deals and marijuana coupons from CannaSaver to save money on your trip.

 

 

 

 

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What is 710? Dab Day 710 Events in Denver 2016

What is 710? If you're asking this, you're not alone. Many stoners have heard of 710 but are still wondering what it's all about and what are the origins of 710 as a marijuana holiday. Here's what you need to know about 710, along with some suggestions for celebrating with 710 events in Denver.

Why is 710 a marijuana holiday?

The idea for 710 originated in 2010 during a conversation on TinyChat between Dabbers Daily co-founder Taskrok and some friends from Healthstone and BeeHive Oil. Taskrok's friends were saying that smoking dabs should have its own special time of day, just like smoking weed is associated with 4:20. Taskrok had a flash of inspiration that 7:10 is the word “oil” turned upside-down, and the group agreed that this would indeed be the perfect time for ingesting dabs. (If you don't know already, dabs are marijuana concentrates in oil, wax, shatter, or resin form, that are smoked to produce a more powerful high.) The idea expanded to include not only the time 7:10, but also the date 7/10. When the idea first originated, it was already past July 10th, so the first official 710 festivities didn't take place until 2011.

The first public announcement about 710 as a new stoner holiday was a post made on Tokecity. The idea quickly spread and soon national media outlets like High Times were publicizing this brand-new weed holiday and cannabis companies were searching for ways to cash in. Events like the 710 Cup emerged, as well as strains, private clubs, societies, and more all bearing the moniker “710”. Taskrok had intended for 710 to be more of a grassroots movement, and had never expected or desired the commercialization of the holiday. Despite the commercial aspects, though, Taskrok remains a strong supporter of the 710 dab day holiday and seems pleased to have had a role in its creation. In an interview with Mitchell Colbert writing for The Leaf Online, Taskrok said in an interview that “became pretty excited as 710 grew in popularity.”

Of course, Taskrok was by no means the first person to discover that 710 spells “oil” if you look at it upside-down, but he does indeed seem to be the first to associate it with cannabis oil and accidentally/on purpose make a holiday out of it. Today, Taskrok continues making an impact on cannabis culture through HighlyEducated TI, which manufactures a line of dabbing accessories including nails, e-nails, carb caps, and more. He's also a rapper who, along with his friend Linus, released an album titled Task and Linus “The Movement” in honor of 710 and the dabbing movement in general.

710 Events in Denver

Unfortunately the Denver 710 Cup for 2016 has been cancelled due to “unforseen circumstances” according to the event's website, but there are still some fun 710 events in Denver you might want to check out.

Cannazaar:

710 events in Denver include the Cannazaar, a celebration of cannabis culture held at Cluster Studios in central Denver. This 710 event features live entertainment, outdoor games, food, vendors, art, dance, performance artists, theatrics, themed cannabis party buses from My420 Tours, and more. The My420 Tours cannabis buses feature different themes, from funk to edm to latin reggae. Tickets to the event are free but donations are welcome to benefit Denver Norml. The Cannazaar will be held on 7/10/16 from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00pm at Cluster Studios located at 3888 Steele St. in Denver.

Hash-making class:

Learn how to make dabs on Dab Day! What better way to celebrate 710 than with a hash-making class? Hosted by Colorado Cannabis Tours, the class includes a hands-on cooking demonstration where you'll learn how to make budder and hash as well as chocolates and tinctures. As long as you're a resident of Colorado, you will be able to take your creations home with you at the end of the class. The lesson costs $145 per student, but just think of all the money you'll save when you can make your own budder for the next 710!

Last-Minute 710 Party!

You can always host your own 710 celebration. Just don't forget to pick up some concentrates and have a few dab rigs on hand so everyone can indulge together. If you want to know where to score the best concentrate deals denver dispensaries have going for 710, check out CannaSaver for money-saving marijuana coupons and go to Weedmaps to find the nearest dispensary. You'll be able to choose the best dispensary for concentrates near you, and you'll know you're getting the best shatter deals in denver and the best wax deals denver is serving up this 710 holiday.

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Marijuana Market Report: Best Weed Deals in Denver for the week of 7/09-7/15

If you're looking for discounts on marijuana, coupons for shatter, the best price ounce or other ways to save on weed, you're in luck. There are a lot of great deals on weed in Denver this week. Here are our picks for the best price dispensary in Denver this week to score the best ounce deals, best deals on shatter, best deals on wax, and best marijuana coupons you can use right now to save money on weed.

Best price ounce and more 710 weed deals in Denver

The best price ounce for a recreational ounce this week is at Medicine Man recreational and medical dispensary. Medicine Man Denver and Medicine Man Aurora are offering premium top shelf single strain ounces for  just $99 with coupon for both recreational and medical marijuana, but you'll have to act quickly as this deal expires July 10th. If you miss out on the top shelf deal, they also have a coupon for the same $99 price on select strains of recreational marijuana flower that you can use anytime while supplies last. Medicine Man denver or Medicine Man aurora is a good choice if you're a first timer, because in addition to offering a free joint rolling service with any purchase, they're always friendly and happy to answer any newbie questions you might have. Livwell is also one of the best price dispensaries for a deal on an ounce. As usual, they have a deal on an ounce of pre-weigh on select strains for $99. At Livwell Broadway, high CBD marijuana ounces are just $89.99 for recreational purchases.

If you're looking for the best deals on medical marijuana,Karmaceuticals on Santa Fe Drive in Denver is offering medical ounces for just $90 with coupon, with over twenty different strains to choose from. They also have one of the best weed deals in Denver when it comes to bonuses, offering a free eighth with any $125 or more medical purchase with coupon. For a bit of novelty, check out their signature Karma Blunt, a giant blunt containing one ounce of weed, a gram of earwax, a gram of dry ice hash, and a gram of hash oil. With the $26 dollars off coupon, you can get one of these wonderful monstrosities for $199.

or the best marijuana deals in Denver on less than an ounce,Preferrred Organic Therapy is the best price dispensary to get an eighth or even a dime bag. They're offering an eighth of Moonshine Haze for just $19.95. A sativa dominant hybrid, Moonshine Haze is a cross between Soma's Amnesia Haze and Nevil's Wreck (E-32 Trainwreck x Neville's Haze). It's one of the more potent marijuana strains that originated right here in Colorado. On Tuesdays, stop by Preferred Organic Therapy for their “Two-fer Tuesdays” deal. Dime bags and pre-roll joints are buy one, get one free all day long. At Starbuds DU, you can score a joint for only a penny with any $10 purchase made between 9:00 am and 11:00 am, everyday. Livwellalso has a bargain, offering $20 recreational eighths with coupon. Life Flower dispensary, one of severalmedical and recreational dispensaries in Glendale has a marijuana coupon for $30 for a premium top shelf eighth, tax included.

The Joint by Cannabis has another of the best weed deals Denver dispensaries are offering this week. Premium medical eighths are just $20. They also have a marijuana coupon for a free gram of top shelf flower with any recreational or medical purchase of $30 or more.

If you're looking for a little more weed than that, Rocky Road Aurora is offering recreational quarter-ounces for just $41.67, and MMJ America downtown has recreational half-ounces for $50 and quarter-ounces for just $38. RiverRock North has a coupon for 15% off your entire purchase for recreational customers. 

Best Concentrate Deals in Denver: Best Shatter Deals and Best Wax Deals

The best concentrate deals denver dispensaries are offering this week is at Rocky Road. Rocky Road Aurorais offering 2 grams of recreational wax or shatter for $66 with coupon, or four grams for $100. They also have a 250 mg Tumbleweedvapepen for just $30. MMJ America downtown has a special on a half-ounce of flower plus one gram of wax or shatter concentrates for just $75. Another of the best concentrate deals denver has going is at Medicine Man Denver. They have a special on 3 grams of recreational wax or shatter for $89, which is a savings of $59 off their usual prices. Starbuds Du also has a concentrate sale going on, offering a coupon for 30% off all concentrates, and a coupon for two O-Pen cartridges for just $50 for recreational customers.

The best deals on concentrates denver medical customers can find this week are at RiverRock North, a dispensary on York street in Denver. They're offering their medical customers 2 grams of craft shatter for just $40. MMJ America downtown has live resin grams for $25, medical only. On wax Wednesdays, medical customers can score a gram of wax for $20 or a gram of shatter for $25.  At CannaBotica, medical customers can get four 500mg cartridges from Wana for just $100.

More Weed Deals and Marijuana Coupons

If you want the best deals on edibles or you're looking for more weed bargains, you can find many more marijuana coupons and coupons for the best weed deals and best price dispensaries in denver on CannaSaver.

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Leafs by Snoop strains, products, and where to buy

People traveling to Colorado for the marijuana tourism often ask where to buy Leafs by Snoop—a line of marijuana products curated by the world-famous rapper and marijuana activist Snoop Dogg. Since its exclusive debut at Livwell last November, Leafs by Snoop has become available at many more recreational dispensaries and medical marijuana dispensaries throughout Colorado. If you want to know where are the best dispensaries to buy Leafs by Snoop, what products are available, or Leafs by Snoop strain information, read on for a quick overview.

 

What is Leafs by Snoop?

Leafs by Snoop is an array of legal marijuana products especially chosen, developed, and approved by Snoop Dogg. “Wherever my musical journey has taken me around the world, it's beautiful to see how chronic leafs are a common source of peace, love and soul that connects us all. I've always been proud of our movement and have personally selected my favorite strains to enjoy,” Snoop explains on the Leafs by Snoop website. “Leafs by Snoop is my way of sharing the experience I have with the finest quality cannabis one could imagine.”

 

Leafs by Snoop products

Snoop Dogg's marijuana products line includes Leafs by Snoop shatter, wax, flower, and edibles. The buds come packaged in a cool looking box that holds either an eighth, a half ounce, or an ounce of high-quality, Snoop Dogg approved cannabis flower. There are eight different strains of marijuana flower available: four indica-dominant hybrids, three sativa-dominant hybrids, and one strain that is high in CBD.

The Leafs by Snoop shatter, wax, and edibles are also made from these strains. The Leafs by Snoop shatter comes in such varieties as Lemon Pie sativa shatter or Purple Bush indica shatter, while wax offerings include Cali Kush indica wax and Northern Lights indica wax.

There are many Leafs by Snoop edibles, from gummies to chocolate bars. Cannabis infused candies are called Dogg Treats and come in flavors like peach drops, lemon drops, watermelon drops, cherry drops, peach gummies, and cherry gummies. The candy bars are potent as well as delicious, handcrafted with cannabis oil and premium chocolate. You can get them in dark chocolate, milk chocolate, dark chocolate with almonds, peaches n cream, blueberries n cream, or strawberries in cream with waffle bits. There are also several flavors of fruit chews and a specialty candy called peanut butter gems.

 

Leafs by Snoop Strain Information

Cali Kushis an indica-dominant hybrid strain that first debuted in the San Fernando Valley near Los Angeles, California in the 1990s. It's a potent strain that produces small, dense nuggets that glisten with trichomes. Leafly describes Cali Kush as an earthy, woody, sweet, and citrusy bud that produces a relaxing and euphoric high. Cali Kush has an A++ rating on the Medical Marijuana Strains website, which recommends it for relaxation, pain relief, and stimulating the appetite.

Tangerine Man is a fragrant and flavorful sativa-dominant tangie strain especially developed for high THC content and potency. Merryjane.com describes it as a “strain that has fantastic orange and tangerine notes blended with a nice thick and mild diesel flavor.” Of all eight strains in the Leafs by Snoop marijuana product line, Leafly calls Tangerine Man “perhaps the best” of the bunch. It has a very energizing and stimulating effect that's perfect for a daytime high.

Other strains in the Leafs by Snoop line include Lemon Pie, Northern Lights, Purple Bush, Bananas, Blueberry Dream, and 3d CBD.

 

Where to buy Leafs by Snoop in Denver

Leafs by Snoop is available at many dispensaries throughout Colorado. Here are some of the best dispensaries in Denver to score your Snoop weed:

Livwell: Livwell is a recreational and medical dispensary with many locations in the Denver area. Not only were they the first dispensary to sell the Leafs by Snoop product line, but also they're actually the manufacturers, growing the weed to specification and producing the carefully crafted shatter, wax, and edibles for Snoop Dogg's signature brand. You can find a complete list of Leafs by Snoop prices on the Livwell website. You can get coupons for Livwell on CannaSaver.

Denver Recreational Dispensary: This award-winning dispensary is located on Larimer in downtown Denver. They're a recreational only dispensary. You can find deals for Denver Recreational Dispensary on CannaSaver.

MMJ America: MMJ America is a dispensary specializing in top-quality marijuana. MMJ America downtown is both a recreational dispensary and a medical dispensary, while their golden triangle, cherokee, and sheridan locations are medical only. CannaSaver often features money-saving coupons for MMJ America.

Medicine Man: Medicine Man is a recreational and medical dispensary with two locations, one in Denver and one is Aurora. They have good prices to begin with and you can also find special deals and coupons for weed from Medicine Man on marijuana couponing sites like CannaSaver.

 

These aren't the only dispensaries in the Denver area that carry Leafs by Snoop, and as the brand continues to expand its distribution network, it's becoming much easier to find. Just take a quick look on Weedmaps to find the nearest dispensary and give them a call to see if they've got it.

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4th of July Weed Deals in Denver and Super Summer Savings

For 4th of july weed deals denver pot lovers know the best ounce deals and best concentrate deals go quickly, so it's important to get your marijuana coupons and stock up early from the lowest price dispensaries before they're all sold out. Here are the best 4th of july weed specials denver dispensaries are offering on marijuana and concentrates this holiday weekend. (If you're travelling to denver for 4th of july, be sure to check out all the info, deals, and resources on Colorado Pot Guide, too.)

Best Ounce Deals in Denver for 4th of july

If you're looking for the best 4th of july ounce deals denver has going right now, there are several different specials you should know about. One of the best ounce deals for the 4th of july is at The Joint by Cannabis. They're offering a 4th of july weed deal where you can get a recreational ounce of top-shelf flower for only $100. The Joint by Cannabis is a medical and recreational dispensary near the Highlands neighborhood in denver, and they're ranked as one of the top ten dispensaries in Colorado by Leafly. Another great 4th of july ounce special can be found at Medicine Man Aurora. You can get an ounce of their top-shelf recreational flower for just $99. Family owned and operated, Medicine Man has been in business since 2010 and has been serving both the recreational and medical markets in denver for several years. They have a feature on their website that allows you to order weed online so you can save time at the dispensary when you go to pick up your supply.

Livwellis another one of the best price dispensaries in denver to score some killer 4th of july weed deals. One ounce of their recreational pre-weigh is just $99 at all Livwell locations includingLivwell Evans andLivwell Stapleton. One of the more well-known and easy to find dispensaries, they're listed on weedmapsand they have many convenient locations.Livwell has a reputation for consistently good prices and consistently good bud. Be sure to get the free money-saving printable marijuana coupons from CannaSaverbefore you head over so you can take advantage of these special 4th of july sales.

Best 4th of july concentrate deals in denver

Some of the best concentrate deals denver dispensaries are offering this summer are happening this 4th of july weekend. One of the best 4th of july concentrate deals is at Livwell, where you can get one gram of Infusiasm Wax for just $17.76. This deal is good for both recreational and medical customers and is available at all Livwell locations. Quantities are limited to only one gram per customer at this price, though, so consider shopping with friends if you're planning a big party weekend.

If you have a prescription for marijuana, check out the 4th of july concentrate deal at MMJ America downtown. Grams of live resin are on sale for half-price at just $25, but only medical patients can score this price.

Best way to get high on 4th of july

The 4th of july is a holiday we often spend outdoors at neighborhood barbecues or community fireworks displays, surrounded by our fellow Americans and select public servants who may or may not approve of blatant weed-smoking. If you're looking for the best way to get high on the 4th of july without getting caught, vaping or edibles are the way to go. One cool vape product is called the Stealth Stick. It's a disposable weed vape containing 400 mg of THC, and it's conveniently packaged and easy to use, designed for discretion. Livwell has the Stealth Stick for 25% off right now, just $17.76 with their CannaSaver coupon.

For festive 4th of July edibles try an Incredibles Firecracker Bar, made with red, white, and blue poprocks blended in white chocolate along with a substantial infusion of THC. Preferred Organic Therapy is offering them for 15% off this 4th of July weekend. Like their name implies, Preferred Organic Therapy specializes in providing organic cannabis of the highest quality. It's both a medical and a recreational dispensary, and they always have a good selection of sativas, hybrids, and indicas to choose from.

Whatever weed deals you take advantage of this 4th of july, don't forget to take a moment to celebrate your freedom to get high legally in Colorado. With all the medical and recreational dispensaries, top-quality cannabis strains, and marijuana coupons and weed deals to be found every day of the week, Colorado really is a cannabis-lovers Utopia.

 

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How to Roll a Blunt : First Timers Guide

Most weed smokers know how to roll a joint, but how to roll a blunt is something that takes a little more know-how and experience. Not only is a blunt much longer and fatter than your average joint, but also the paper is a lot courser, which makes it a bit more difficult to roll. If you're a first timer or a beginner and you have questions about how to roll a blunt, from which blunt wrap to choose or how to prepare your marijuana, read on for a step-by-step guide that will make you an expert on blunt rolling in no time.

Step 1: Buy marijuana

You'll need to break up your weed into small pieces in order to roll it in a blunt, so you might as well save some money and go for the shake rather than the premium top-shelf flower. It just seems a shame to break apart a perfect nug of crystally flower, but if you take advantage of the best ounce deals in denver and get a great deal on a shake ounce—which many denver dispensaries offer—well, you might as well roll a good bit of it up in a blunt and smoke a fatty to celebrate. You'll need a valid photo id proving you're 21 years old or older to shop at any of the local marijuana dispensaries, and you'll need a med card if you want to shop at the medical dispensaries or take advantage of medical pricing which is often lower.

Step 2: Buy a blunt or a blunt wrap

You can go with a traditional blunt which uses an actual cigar (also called a blunt) with the tobacco taken out of it, or you can purchase a commercially made blunt wrap which is basically a rolling paper made out of cigar paper. They are usually sold in packs of two and are available at most convenient stores. If you're a beginner to blunt rolling, you're best bet is to choose a commercially made blunt wrap as these are much easier to work with. Zig Zag has a good variety of flavored blunt wraps if you like your blunts on the sweeter side. If you want to go the more old school route and start with a cigar, get a Phillies blunt.

Step 3: Prepare your blunt wrap

If you've opted to start with a traditional cigar, you'll need to empty out the tobacco first. Slit the cigar down the middle vertically and empty out the tobacco, or gently twist until you get all the tobacco out. If you've opted for a blunt wrap, simply bend it in half as you would with a rolling paper if you were twisting a joint, only don't make a sharp fold but rather a gentle curve. Some blunt wraps come wrapped around a paper or plastic cone that you can utilize to pack the weed inside the wrap.

Step 4: Prepare your weed

You'll want your weed to be broken up to an even density, without any thick chunks, stems, or seed remnants. Break up the mariuana until it's the consistency of  loose tea leaves or pipe tobacco.

Step 5: Roll the Blunt

If you're using a blunt wrap or a cigar that's been split down the middle, simply roll it as you would roll a joint. Put your weed down the middle and spread it out so that it's nice and even, then hold it with your thumbs in the middle while you use your index fingers to keep everything in place as you roll it up as tightly as possible. Lick the wrapper along the upper edge, seal it up, and it's ready to smoke. If you've chosen to empty the tobacco out of your blunt without cutting it, you'll need to carefully fill it with weed, packing it down as you go. A small funnel made out of construction paper and a straw or other thin object will really come in handy here and make your job a lot easier. Once you have your weed in and it's filled up completely so that it's nice and fat, simply light it up and get to toking.

How to roll a blunt video tutorial

If you're still not feeling confident about how to roll a blunt, you might want to check out this video tutorial. Rolling a blunt isn't too difficult, but it does take a bit of practice so don't be too disappointed if your first timer blunt rolling attempts aren't the greatest. Practice makes perfect, so try again.

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Marijuana Deals Market Report: Weed Deals Prices - Week Ending 6/26/16

If you're looking for the 
best dispensary deals denver has to offer this week, search no further. We've rounded up the best marijuana deals in denver, from the best ounce deals in denver to the best shatter deals in denver, into a weekly marijuana market report that will save you both time and money. Here are the best dispensary deals denver recreational dispensaries and medical dispensaries are offering this week.

Best Ounce Deals on a Recreational Ounce

MMJ America downtown is offering one of the best ounce deals in denver this week, with an $88.00 ounce of recreational marijuana on select strains while supplies last. If you don't mind a shake ounce, The Joint by Cannabis is the lowest priced dispensary with their $60 recreational shake ounce daily special that customers can purchase every Sunday.

Best Ounce Deals on a Medical Ounce

Karmaceuticals has the best ounce deals in denver this week for medical customers. They're offering medical ounces for just $90 with the printable coupon from CannaSaver, which is a savings of $35 off their average marijuana prices. Unlike many ounce specials where you have only one or two strains available for the bargain price, this ounce deal includes over twenty different strains to choose from.

Best Concentrate Deals Denver

RiverRock North has one of the best concentrate deals denver dispensaries are offering this week, with grams of The Lab oil or budder going for just $15 with the coupon on CannaSaver. For medical patients, the best concentrate deals denver dispensaries have going right now can be found at MMJ America downtown, where you can score a gram of live resin for just $25 with the printable coupon from CannaSaver. Their usual price for a gram of live resin for medical customers is $50, so you're getting a 50% off savings. 
Wednesday is the day to find the best wax deals and the best shatter deals in Denver. Lifeflower Dispensary in the Glendale area offers 15% off wax for any recreational or medical wax purchase. Medical customers should head to MMJ America Golden Triangle on Wednesdays for $20 grams of wax or $25 grams of shatter, one of the best shatter deals in denver for medical marijuana patients. 

Best Edibles Deals

AMA Dispensary has some of the best edibles deals at any denver recreational marijuana or medical marijuana dispensaries this week. You've probably heard the sad news that marijuana gummy bearswill soon be a thing of the past in Colorado, as animal-shaped and fruit-shaped marijuana gummies will become illegal on July 1st. Well, now is the time to stock up, and AMA Dispensary is the place to go. They're offering medical patients 100 mg Elevated Edibles Bear Drops for 50% off, and only $3.50 per bottle if you buy three or more. They also have a CannaSaver coupon offering their recreational customers a buy one, get one half off deal on any edibles, any day of the week.

Best Deals for First Timers

The Joint by Cannabis has one of the best deals for first timers at denver dispensaries, offering a 15% off coupon for any recreational or medical purchase to a first time customer. Karmaceuticals has a great deal for first time medical patients, offering $15 off a $50 purchase. If you're super new to smoking or a first timer from out of state, you might want to check out the first timers deal at  Medicine Man Denver. For $20, you can get one gram of top shelf flower, a small pipe, a Bic lighter, and the exit bag required to carry your purchase out of the store.
For out-of-state visitors one of the best dispensary deals might be found at MMJ America downtown. They're offering a special discount this week for anyone who comes in with a valid out-of-state id.

More Weed Deals

If you're looking for something else like glass, vaporizers, smoking accessories, apparel, hash, best deals on joints, or other weed deals, you can always find the best price dispensaries and the newest deals and best printable coupons for weed on CannaSaver. There's also a map featuring all the best dispensaries in Colorado so you can find the best deals at the dispensaries that are closest to you. Happy bargain hunting!
 
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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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What are Concentrates? Shatter, Wax, Live Resin

If you're a first time dabber and new to concentrates, you might still be wondering exactly what are concentrates, and what is the difference between wax, shatter, live resin, and other types of concentrates. Deciding what concentrate to choose and knowing how to use it properly takes a little background knowledge. The budtenders at denver dispensaries are usually willing to offer advice to concentrate first timers, but it's still a good idea to have at least a basic idea of the different types of concentrates available so you'll be better able to understand your options. Here is a first timers guide to concentrates to answer those most frequently asked questions: What are concentrates? and What is the difference in wax, shatter, live resin and other types of concentrates?

What are Concentrates?

Concentrates such as shatter and wax are products made from extracted, concentrated marijuana oils. These oils can take the form of THC, which will get you high, and CBD, which provides pain relief and relaxes the body without affecting your mental state. Types of concentrates include wax, shatter, budder, live resin, and oil.

How do you use concentrates? What is Dabbing?

Some concentrates can be used topically or taken orally, while others are used in a vaporizer commonly known as a vapepen. Dabbing is also popular. This is the process of heating up a small amount of concentrate such as live resin with a device called a dab rig, and inhaling the vapors. Think heating up a drop of hash on a pen knife and breathing in the smoke—same basic concept, only now you can buy an actual factory-made contraption for this. You can also go the old fashioned route and use many types of concentrates to simply top off a bowl of ordinary flower to give it an extra kick.

Wax, Shatter, Live Resin – What's the Difference?

Concentrates go by many names: dabs, wax, shatter, BHO oil, budder, and live resin are just a few of the terms you might hear in reference to concentrates. Though there are many different types of concentrates, they are essentially all the same product—extracted, compounded marijuana oils. But they are named differently based on the consistency, density, and texture of the end product, and also on differences in how the concentrates are prepared. Here are the basics.

Live Resin

Live resin  is simply cannabis oil that has been extracted from fresh flowers that have been freezedried rather than air dried and cured the typical way. This produces a different flavor in the resin, imparting a more aromatic and floral bouquet. Live resin is usually somewhat gooey in consistency.

Shatter

Shatter is heat extracted or chemically extracted cannabis oil that has hardened into a glasslike substance that's usually amber colored and mostly transparent. When it's heated, it becomes a viscous liquid similar to thickened honey.

Wax

Wax refers to concentrated marijuana oil that has been extracted--often with butane or other chemicals—to produce a thick, oily, and wax-like substance that can be smoked or vaporized. Unlike shatter which is see-through and hard, wax is soft and opaque. Wax is also referred to as ear wax or BHO oil, which stands for butane honey oil. Wax that is especially on the creamy side is referred to as budder, while the more crumbly stuff is called honeycomb wax.

Any questions?

If you're still not sure what to get or how to use it, just ask the budtender at your denver dispensary for advice. Medicine Man Denver is very friendly and the staff at Livwell are also always willing to share their knowledge and expertise. You can find a list of other dispensaries in denver on CannaSaver, and download some printable coupons for great deals on concentrates, too.

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6 Popular Strains for Summer: Best Sativas and Hybrids

Pretty much all cannabis strains  are great year-round, but in the summertime, many stoners tend to lean towards the sativas and hybrids. Indicas tend to be much more physical in their effects, producing drowsiness, slugishness, and an overall “heavy body” feeling, while sativas and sativa-dominant hybrid strains result in more of a mental high that won't leave you too tired to enjoy all those fun summer activities. While indicas are more popular in the fall and winter, sativas are the most popular strains for summer. From a 90% sativa to a 50/50 hybrid strain, here are 6 popular strains for summer that you can find at many dispensaries in denver.

Golden Goat: This sativa-dominant hybrid has been rising star ever since its accidental creation, when a grower in Kansas had a Hawaiian-Romulan cross pollinate a Sweet Island Skunk plant. The results turned out to be spectacular. Golden Goat is a popular strain for summer due to its incredible flavor and tenacious, full-body buzz. This cannabis strain excites the mind while relaxing the body, making it a great choice for those summer days spent chilling with friends or strolling around downtown denver. It has a sweet, slightly tangy and somewhat earthy taste, with a tropical and spicy scent. You can get Golden Goat at Livwell and many other denver dispensaries.

SinMint Cookies: This hybrid strain is a cross between Blue Power and Girl Scout Cookies. It has a minty, cookie dough flavor with light lemony undertones and a super skunky buzz. SinMint Cookies has gained popularity for being one of the more unusual and potent marijuana strains available at denver dispensaies. In 2014, SinMint Cookies was selected by High Times magazine as one of the top ten strains of the year. Two years later, SinMint Cookies is still a favorite strain in Colorado. It's both relaxing and euphoric, making it a perfect accompaniment to those warm summer nights.

Green Crack: Another great bud for summer smoking sessions is Green Crack. Green Crack is a sweet, skunky cannabis strain that is 90% sativa. It provides a fun and satisfying head high without leaving behind even a trace of that sluggish, heavy feeling. Green Crack can be somewhat hard to find at Denver dispensaries as it's a popular strain for summer, but you can get it right now at MMJ America.

Tangerine Power: A combination of Agent Orange and Blue Power, Tangerine Power is a sativa-dominant strain with a strong citrus flavor and a powerful high. It tastes and smells like oranges and tangerines. A popular strain for summer, Tangerine Power can be found at Livwell and other medical and recreational dispensaries in denver.

Sour Banana Sherbet: One of the newest cannabis strains to achieve popularity in Colorado and elsewhere is Sour Banana Sherbet. This hybrid strain is an equal mix indica and sativa, which provides for a well-balanced and potent effect. Sweet and refreshing, Sour Banana Sherbet is a great strain for summer, especially if you're enjoying it with a big bowl of ice cream! It produces a joyful mood while also helping to relieve physical pain and discomfort. Fox Street Wellness is one of the best price dispensaries in denver where you can find Sour Banana Sherbert.

Limón: Limón is a powerful sativa strain created from the blended genetics of three Diesel strains: Strawberry  Diesel, Sour Diesel, and NYC Diesel. It has a slightly sour, citrus taste with earthy notes of pine and a strong diesel scent. Limón produces a long-lasting high that helps lighten the mood and lower inhibitions for summer fun. You can get Limón and many other sativa strains at Livwell Stapleton or Livwell Broadway.

Summer Sales and Savings

When it comes to summer, there seems to always be more fun to be had than there is money to spend! If you want to maximize your summer fun budget and still afford to try all these powerful and potent cannabis strains, be sure you're getting the best prices on marijuana. Many dispensaries in denver offer daily specials, coupons, and other discounts. You can get many of these popular strains for summer for cheap right now with all the awesome summer sales going on; just check CannaSaver for the newest weed deals and grab them while they last.

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First Timers Guide to Edibles: Marijuana Gummies and Cannabis Candy

If you're a first timer or you're traveling to Denver for the marijuana tourism, you might be in need of a little guidance regarding what to buy at the local dispensaries. One of the most interesting and unusual marijuana products you can buy at Denver dispensaries are the marijuana edibles such as the marijuana gummies and other marijuana candy. Edibles can be enjoyed discreetly, and they're also a fun novelty, which makes them very popular among Denver marijuana travelers who come here for the marijuana tourism. Edibles are also a great choice for first timers looking for a consistent, controlled, and measured dose. There are a ton of edibles on the market, from beverages to pastries to chocolates. First timers and Denver travelers are often intrigued by the marijuana gummies and other types of marijuana candy, but they wonder, What edible should I try first? What marijuana candy is right for me? Here is a list of marijuana gummies and other marijuana candies available at Denver dispensaries that have come to be local favorites:

Marijuana Gummies for first timers and travelers

Highly Edible Gummies: Produced by Colorado cannabis company Cannapunch, Highly Edible Gummies are vegan, handmade, and organic marijuana candies that come in a variety of flavors. Many gummies contain gelatin, a product derived from animals. Vegetarians and vegans seeking a cruelty-free buzz should check out Highly Edible Gummies. They're as potent as they are delicious.

Americanna Gummies: Another good choice for first timers and marijuana tourists traveling to Denver is Americanna Gummies. These star-shaped marijuana candies are substantial, being both larger and denser than many other cannabis gummies on the market. You can get sweet gummies, or sour gummies. Americanna Gummies can be purchased in bottles containing ten gummies of 10mg each, and you can find them at Livwell Broadway and many other dispensaries in denver.

Edipure: Edipure products are lab-tested and carefully prepared to produce a marijuana candy with a consistent dosage and minimal cannabis aftertaste. They make an extensive line of marijuana gummies and other marijuana candies. First timers who aren't quite ready for a heavy head high should try the sour gummy bears. The sour gummy bears deliver 75 mg CBD and 25 mg THC per serving for a mild, nicely balanced effect. Their Raspberry Jellies feature both raspberry and blackberry flavored jellies,infused with 10 mg THC per serving. If you're looking for a marijuana gummy without gelatin, trythe Edipure Cherry Loves. They're made with natural cherry flavor and include organic grape juic concentrate, organic sugar, and black carrot juice concentrate. The bear-shaped gummies and fruit-shaped gummies will only be available until July 1st when a new marijuana law goes into effect prohibiting the sell of animal-shaped or fruit-shaped marijuana gummies, so act quick if you want these products.

Marijuana Mints and other Marijuana Candy

Dixie Elixirs: Dixie Elixirs makes a great line of marijuana mints. One of their most popular is their Synergy Mixed Berry Mints. These mints contain 5 mg CBD and 5 mg THC per mint, providing a nice balance for the first timer or marijuana tourist seeking a milder effect. Just place the mint under your tongue, and allow it to dissolve. Their Awakening Mints are also worth trying if you're looking for a mild energy boost. These mints contain ginko, matcha, ginseng, and orange oil to help support mental alertness and enhance physical stamina. Awakening Mints deliver 3 mg THC per mint and are sold in packs of 16. Rocky Road Aurora and MMJ America both have a full line of Dixie products.

Med-a-mints: Med-a-mints are another marijuana mint to try. Infused with 10 mg THC per mint, Med-a-mints are sugar free and loaded with vitamin C. They come in a variety of interesting flavors like Exotic Chai Mint, Relaxing Vanilla Mint, and Energizing Vanilla Mint. You can get Med-a-mints at Medicine Man Denver.

CannaCubes: A great choice for first timers or marijuana tourism seekers, these small, sweet, indulgent Belgian sugar cubes are infused with high quality cannabis oil. Each cube delivers a 10mg dose of THC, and they're sold in packs of two. CannaCubes are part of The Dutch Girl line of products.

So Much Candy!

There are so many more marijuana gummies, mints, and other marijuana candies to try, this list just represents the must-try marijuana candies for first timers or marijuana tourism adventurers traveling to Denver. The best thing to do is to head to the closest dispensary and see for yourself the vast variety of marijuana candies and edibles available.

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Father's Day Sales Denver: Best Dispensary Deals in Denver

 Father's Day is a great time to snag some of the best dispensary deals in Denver. There are lots of Father's Day Sales Denver dispensaries are offering for Father's Day weekend. Some of these deals are good through the summer, while others expire soon. For most Father's Day sales these denver dispensaries will require you to present the printable coupon from CannaSaver to take advantage of the special discounts. Be sure to check the expiration date on the printable coupon so you won't miss out on the best marijuana deals in denver. Here are the best Father's Day sales denver bargain hunters should know about; treat yourself or your dad to the best dispensary deals in Denver.

 Father's Day Sales and Best Dispensary Deals

Preferred Organic Therapy has a wonderful Father's Day sale going on where you can get a top shelf ounce of select strains for just $125. This recreational and medical marijuana dispensary has been in business since 2009, offering some of Colorado's finest organically grown cannabis, edibles, concentrates, and other quality marijuana products.

RiverRock North is offering a coupon for 20% off your entire purchase of recreational or medical marijuana. RiverRock North is a recreational and medical dispensary on Denver's northside offering a wide range of marijuana products including vapes and cartridges, flower, concentrates, edibles, beverages, and topicals. They also sell a line of marijuana strains and products curated by recording artist Wiz Khalifa, including the popular Khalifa Kush Flower.

Rocky Road Aurora has one of the best concentrate dealsdenver dispensaries have going for Father'sDay. You can get 2 grams of their house wax or shatter for just $28 with coupon, a $7 savings. This deal is only good for the week of Father's Day though, through June 23rd, so act quick if you want to take advantage of the sale. If you miss the Father's Day sale, they also have a coupon for 10% off any edible that you can use all the way through the end of June. Edibles make a great gift for Father's Day or a good treat for the deserving dad any other time, as well.

If you're out towards Boulder on Father's Day, MMJ America Boulder is offering 25% off high THC strains with coupon. This includes high THC strains like White Triangle Kush, A-Dub, and Daydreamer. They also have a coupon for a $19 recreational eight, a $10 savings off their average marijuana prices.

If you're looking for great Father's Day sales and some of the best concentrate deals denver recreational shoppers and medical patients can take advantage of, stop by Starbuds Du AKA Citi-Med. This place offers one of the best wax deals in denver. They have a coupon for wax grams for $30 each, tax included, with no limits on quantity.

If you're looking to get the most bud for your buck, check out the Father's Day sale prices at Livwell Franklin. With the printable coupon from CannaSaver, you can get a recreational or medical shake ounce for only $79, which is a $25 savings off their usual marijuana prices.

For Dads who deserve a special treat, stop by CannaBotica for an $8 24-K gold pre-roll joint, a $2 savings with their coupon on CannaSaver. Only available for medical patients, this joint is rolled in a wrapper made with real 24-K gold leaf.

Whether you're a dad yourself, or whether you have a dad who is special to you, why not take advantage of some of these great Father's Day salesdenver dispensaries are offering this week? These are some of the best dispensary deals denver dads can enjoy right now.

 

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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 a 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 almond, cookies and cream, cherry almond, 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 on leafly 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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Best Concentrate Deals in Denver and Concentrate Trends for 2016

Concentrate trends for 2016 show that sales of wax, shatter, and other concentrates are on the rise in Colorado, as more and more marijuana consumers are looking for alternative ways to medicate that don't involve smoking. If you haven't yet tried concentrates, it might be time to consider giving this potent marijuana extract a try. Some of the best concentrate deals Denver dispensaries offer throughout the year are going on right now. Here's what you need to know.

CLICK HERE TO GET COUPON FOR $19 GRAMS of RECREATIONAL WAX or SHATTER 

Concentrate Trends for 2016

Concentrate trends for 2016 indicate growth, growth, and more growth. According to a recent report published in Marijuana Business Daily, concentrates brought in a whopping 60.5 million in retail sales in the first quarter of 2016, representing a 125% increase over retail sales in the first quarter of 2015 just a short year ago. The market for flower, meanwhile, experienced only an 11% growth, which shows a consumer trend towards favoring concentrates over the more traditional flower.The data was compiled and analyzed by BDS Analytics, who gathered point-of-sale information from marijuana retailers throughout Colorado. BDS Analytics director of analytics Tom Jones expressed a belief that concentrates will continue to take up an increasingly large share of the overall marijuana market, stating, “The share of flower in dollars has dropped from 71% (of total sales) last year to 58% this year...That’s a big change, and we absolutely expect that flower will diminish to a minority share.”

Best Concentrate Deals in Denver

Here are some of the best concentrate deals denver dispensaries are offering right now. From the best shatter in denver to the best wax deals, denver residents know that CannaSaver will save you both time and money with printable coupons and quick links to the best recreational dispensary deals in denver. Be sure not to miss these deals:

Whole Meds, The Joint by Cannabis and Rocky Road Aurora always have some of the best recreational dispensary deals on concentrates right now. They also have some of the best shatter in denver and some of the best wax deals denver bargain hunters love. With the printable coupons from CannaSaver, you can save as much as 50% on wax and shatter everyday so you don't have to wait for Wax Wednesday to get a deal on wax, shatter or live resin. Lots of the stores offer deals on as many as 8 grams at a time giving you that bulk purchase discount.

Another of the best wax deals denver dispensaries have going right now can be found at MMJ America's downtown Denver store where you buy 2 grams of wax and get the 3rd for a penny and they always have other great wax deals as well. Medicine Man Denver also has good wax deals, offering three grams for $89 with coupon. They have one of the best shatter deals in denver, too, offering 4 grams of Nug Run shatter for $200 wih coupon. As far as daily specials for concentrates, Saturday is the day to shop, and Medicine Man Denver is the place to go. Every Saturday, you can get concentrates for $45 a gram, or get two grams for $60. Also on Saturdays MMJ America offers their same Wax Wednesday Deal, in case you missed it, for Wax $25/gram and Shatter $33/gram. 

If vaping is your thing, check out Denver Recreational Dispensary or DEN REC as they carry a good selection of O-Pen products that they usually do coupons for.

Livwell is one of the best recreational dispensaries in denver and probably the overall best price dispensary denver has to offer. They have everyday great deals on wax, shatter, oils, and other concentrates, and you can usually find printable coupons for Livwell on CannaSaver so you can save even more.

Colorado Concentrates on Concentrates

As the concentrate marketshare continues to grow, manufacturers are working hard to improve and perfect their product lines. Many companies are developing new products and perfecting new cutting-edge oil extraction techniques that will likely improve and expand the wide range of concentrate products currently available. Consumers are becoming more discriminating, too, taking the time to seek out the best concentrate deals denver has to offer. If you haven't yet tried concentrates, now is the time to take advantage of some of the best concentrate deals denver has to offer, and see for yourself why the popularity of wax, shatter, oil, and other concentrates is booming.

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Marijuana Tourism Denver: Best Marijuana Drinks for 420 Travelers

If you're traveling to Denver and feeling thirsty, just grab a bottle of bud—and we don't mean Budweiser. Marijuana beverages aren't as popular or as well-known as the pot brownie or good old 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. Here are some of the best marijuana drinks and the best dispensaries for THC-infused beverages and other edibles that Denver has to offer; just remember to use moderation and follow recommended dosing instructions and guidelines.

Marijuana Beverages:

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. 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 such as Livwell. In fact, Livwell has a free printable coupon right now on Cannasaver offering a buy one, get one for a penny deal on all CannaPunch beverages.

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, and Bubba Kush Root Beer. Keef Cola is available at all Livwell locations including Livwell Broadway and Livwell Stapleton.

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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Summer Sale Deals and Printable Coupons for Weed

If you're looking for discounts on marijuana, summer sales, deals on concentrates, and free printable coupons for edibles and other weed products, Cannasaver has got you covered. Here are some of the best summer sale deals going on right now that you won't want to miss.

Best Summer Sales

Livwell has a summer sale happening from June 1st through June 14th at all their locations including Livwell Garden City, Livwell Stapleton, and Livwell Broadway. With the free printable coupons you can find on Cannasaver, you can score a Leafs by Snoop edible for only a penny when you buy a ¼ ounce of Leafs by Snoop flower. Leafs is the brand backed by the one and only famous rapper, actor, and cannabis entrepeneur Snoop Dogg. If you're a mmj patient, be sure to get a free printable coupon for a $13 high CBD eighth. If it's a new glass piece you've been dreaming of, there's also a printable coupon for 25% off glass pipes during the summer sale.

Best Concentrate Deals for Summer

Preferred Organic Therapy is offering some of the best concentrate deals this summer. Medical marijuana patients can get grams of wax or shatter for $15, a 40% discount from their usual prices. Recreational marijuana customers can also get great concentrate deals, with shatter and wax going for just $20 a gram. Medicine Man Denver also has an excellent summer sale on concentrates, offering four grams of Nug Run shatter for $200 with the free printable coupon available at Cannasaver. Act quickly though as these concentrate deals are only good until the supply runs out.

Best Printable Coupons for Edibles

CannaBotica has one of the best printable coupons for edibles. You can get a Marqaha brand 90 mg. shot for just $12, a 30% discount savings from usual prices. They are also offering Mountain Medicine Pie Bars for just $10 each. Both of these deals are for medical marijuana patients only. CBD enthusiasts looking for the best deals on edibles should check out the printable coupon from Livwell offering a buy one, get one for a penny deal on Cannapunch products.

Best Daily Specials on Marijuana

Life Flower dispensary in Glendale Colorado offers an interesting deal every Sunday. Just bring in the free printable coupon you can get on Cannasaver and any other Life Flower coupon and they will honor the offer, even if it's for a daily special for a different day of the week. They call it Sunday Funday, and the discount is available for both medical marijuana patients and recreational marijuana customers. If you get a hankering for a joint on a Tuesday, check out Greenfields BOGO joint special for recreational marijuana customers. With the printable coupon from Cannasaver, you'll get a free joint with the purchase of every joint, with a three joint limit per customer, per coupon. On Wednesdays, medical marijuana patients should head to Medicine Man Denver to pick up a top-shelf quarter ounce for just $40, a $25 savings off their usual marijuana prices. You'll have to show your coupon though, so be sure to get the printable coupon from Cannasaver before you head out. Saturdays is a lucky day for medical marijuana patients in Colorado Springs. Quality Choice Alternative Care offers a pre-roll joint for only a penny with a $30 purchase every Saturday. There are great specials every day of the week; just check out Cannasaver to find the best dispensary deals and and printable coupons for marijuana near you.

Don't Wait

Many of these summer sales are time-sensitive and supply dependent, so if there's a marijuana deal you want to take advantage of, grab it quick. To save time, you might want to take a minute to browse through Cannasaver and print up all the marijuana coupons that interest you, so you'll be prepared whenever you're ready to hit up the dispensary. Whether its a great deal on edibles, the best deals on concentrates, daily specials, or a wonderful weed discount you're looking for, Cannasaver has you covered.

 

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Where to buy weed in Colorado Springs

If you're wondering where to buy weed in Colorado Springs, you'll be happy to know that Colorado Springs dispensaries are some of the best mmj dispensaries Colorado has to offer. Although a city-wide ban currently prevents Colorado Springs dispensaries from selling recreational marijuana, if you have a  valid medical card, often called a red card, and a state issued id, you'll be able to shop for concentrates, flower, edibles, topicals, and more. If you don't have a red card, you can still check out the Colorado Springs dispensary the Hemp Center. They have a front of the house section where you can shop for many unique hemp-based products including lotions, candles, and more. Then after a little shopping, just make the short drive over to the nearby town of Manitou Springs, where recreational marijuana sells are allowed. Now if you're lucky enough to be a red card holder, where to buy weed in Colorado Springs is a matter of knowing where to find the best concentrate deals, best dispensaries for edibles, best deals on marijuana flower, best daily specials, or whatever other particulars you might be looking for. Colorado mmj patients have an abundance of medical marijuana dispensaries in Colorado Springs to choose from. To help you in your quest to find the best dispensary in Colorado Springs for medical marijuana, we've put together a short list of a few of our favorites.

The Hemp Center

This medical marijuana dispensary and cannabis boutique is one of the best marijuana dispensaries in Colorado, and a local favorite of Colorado Springs residents and mmj patients. Conveniently located at 25th and west Colorado Avenue, The Hemp Center is not only a marijuana dispensary, but also a marijuana-themed gift shop where you can buy pot leaf shaped soaps, hemp-based candles, body oils and lotions, healthy hemp snacks, hemp clothing, and more.

Specializing in individualized service and treatment options, this Colorado Springs marijuana dispensary offers a wide selection of flower, from sativas like WhiteFire and Lemon Haze, to indicas like Chocolate. They also have great concentrate deals and it's one of the best dispensaries for edibles in Colorado Springs. One of their good deals on edibles happens each Monday, where customers get a free 50 mg edible with every purchase. There are daily specials every day of the week that bring other fine goodies, as well, like the free pre-roll joint you'll get for making a purchase on a Wednesday or a Friday. They have awesome member perks, too, like their concentrate deals where you get 15% off purchases of marijuana concentrates, or the free eighth of flower members receive on their birthday. You can usually find additional discounts, savings, and printable coupons for The Hemp Center on CannaSaver, too. The Hemp Center is open seven days a week, Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., and Sundays from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Quality Choice Alternative Care Center

If you're looking for the best concentrate deals in Colorado Springs, you should check out Quality Choice Alternative Care Center. This Colorado Springs medical marijuana dispensary offers concentrate deals from makers such as Mahatma Concentrates, Viola Extracts, and The Colorado Cannabis Company. Quality Choice even makes its own line of concentrates from its high-quality marijuana. From tinctures to syrups, to edibles, tablets, and transdermal products, Quality Choice has a wide range of offerings for the Colorado mmj patient. As for the flower, this locally-owned and family-operated marijuana dispensary focuses solely on providing top-shelf marijuana strains grown with care. Some of their most potent cannabis strains include DurbanPoison, Star Dawg, and Tangerine Kush.

Daily specials offer a dfferent discount on marijuana products each day. There are great concentrate deals each Wednesday, for example, offering $5 off marijuana concentrates. Other days offer different discounts, and you can also check CannaSaver for additional printable coupons and savings on marijuana from Qualtiy Choice.

Strawberry Fields

Strawberry Fields medical marijuana dispensary is one of the most popular Colorado Springs dispensaries. If you ask a local where to buy weed in Colorado Springs, there's a good chance they'll at least mention this place. Located on west Colorado Avenue, the medical dispensary is open seven days a week. They grow all their bud organically, and they offer good deals on marijuana flower as well as concentrates such as wax, shatter, and oils.

Pure Intentions Wellness

Pure Intentions Wellness on Academy Boulevard is another good place to buy marijuana in Colorado Springs. This medical dispensary prides itself on providing excellent service, high-quality medicine, and affordable care. Their budtenders are very knowledgable and willing to guide you towards the right mmj selection if you're not sure what marijuana strain or mmj product would best suit your needs.

There are many other Colorado Springs dispensaries. These are just some of the best and most popular ones you know you can count on for quality top-shelf marijuana, great deals on concentrates, marijuana edibles, and more. Happy shopping!

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Where to Smoke Weed in Denver : Tips for the marijuana tourist

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 little dark corner somewhere or a hidden alcove amid some trees, or a deserted sidewalk to stroll along, as long as you're discreet and keep an eye out, you should have little to worry about. Civic Center Park is a hub for a lot harder drugs than weed, so unless it's the 420 festival, it's usually not the ideal place to blaze up in the city. Wander instead on less populated streets, explore the less popular parks, stroll through the residential areas, or take a walk down by the river, and you'll be able to find plenty of discreet spots in which to enjoy some time away from the crowds. 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. There's always the option of vaporizers or edibles, too, as these are virtually undetectable and can be consumed virtually anywhere without drawing too much attention.

If you prefer not to lurk in the shadows, go to iBake, a private cannabis club that offers a safe place to smoke weed in Denver. They don't sell marijuana so you'll have to stop by one of the area's many recreational dispensaries before you go, but they do offer typical head shop fare like pipes, bongs, and vaporizers.

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 Funky Buddha are downtown Denver bars known for their chill 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 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. If you want to get out in nature and enjoy the beautiful scenery, it's just about everywhere you look. 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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Best Marijuana Deals in Denver: Average Recreational Marijuana Ounce Prices

Where can I find the best marijuana deals in Denver?  It's a question we're asked often by Colorado tourists and locals alike. With so many recreational dispensaries to choose from, it's easy to overspend and pay more than the average marijuana prices if you don't know where to find the best weed deals Denver has to offer. We've put together a list of the best marijuana deals in Denver, along with some information on  the average marijuana prices in Colorado. If you want to save time and money and go straight to the best marijuana deals and bargains in Denver, read on.

Average Marijuana Prices in Denver

A survey conducted by Potguide in spring 2016 examined 25 of the best recreational dispensaries in Denver. According to the survey, average marijuana prices in Denver and Colorado are getting lower, but are nearing a point of stabilization. Their survey showed that average marijuana prices in Denver for an ounce of recreational cannabis have dropped 7.37% since the fall of 2015, less than a year ago. However, in the last quarter, average prices on an ounce of weed have dropped only 2.82%, indicating that overall, marijuana prices are fluctuating less drastically and may soon reach a plateau. The survey revealed an average marijuana price in Denver of $217 per ounce for recreational. A February 2016 report in MarketWatch estimates the average marijuana prices in Denver to be $219 for an ounce of recreational. For an average ounce price, the $217-$219 range seems reasonable, but you can definitely find better prices if you take advantage of the best ounce deals in denver such as the $99.99 ounce special from Livwell.

Along the I-70 mountain corridor, prices tend to be considerably higher, with Potguide reporting the average marijuana prices as $314 an ounce. The best ounce deal was $222, and $440 was the most expensive ounce offered by any of the ten stores surveyed.

Best Marijuana Deals in Denver: Ounce Specials

As for the best marijuana deals in Denver, the lowest priced ounce reported by Potguide was $136, with the highest priced ounce going for $319. The breadth of the price differences between dispensaries shows the importance of knowing where to go to find the best dispensary deals denver has to offer. Consistently, Livwell is one of the best dispensary deals denver weed buyers know and trust. Their marijuana is always sufficiently potent, and they sell both recreational marijuana and medical marijuana at many of their locations including Livwell Broadway, Livwell Franklin, and Livwell Stapleton. Often one of the best ounce deals denver has available can be found at Livwell. For less than $100, just $99.99, you can get a full ounce of recreational marijuana. They usually have one or two strains to choose from that you can mix and match for a spectacular sampling of good Colorado flower. If you want to save even more and you're planning to roll up a bunch of joints anyway, print up the coupon from CannaSaver and take advantage of the $79 shake ounce offered at all Livwell recreational and medical dispensaries. They definitely have the best quality and are still one of the cheapest recreational dispensaries in Colorado.

Another one of the best marijuana deals in denver is at Medicine Man. On Tuesdays, they have one of the best ounce deals denver weed buyers can take advantage of. Select top-shelf ounces are just $130 plus tax, which is significantly lower than the average marijuana prices in denver. If you're a morning person, you can take advantage of their earlybird special any day of the week, where recreational ounces go for $140 if you purchase before noon. Preferred Organic Therapy also has good deals, as they frequently offer money-saving weed coupons for marijuana deals like $19.95 recreational eighths and $99 shake ounces for medical patients.

Save Money on Marijuana

To make sure you get the best marijuana deals in denver, you have to do your research. You need to stay informed not only about the average marijuana prices in denver and colorado at any given time, but also keep up to date on all the latest specials and best marijuana deals. Recreational and medical dispensaries are offering new specials, discounts, and coupons daily. The easiest way to make sure you're in the know about the best dispensary deals in denver is to sign up for free email notifications from CannaSaver. We'll let you in on the best marijuana deals in denver and you'll be the first to know when new discounts and specials become available. Just click here to sign up to get the best marijuana bargains in Denver and start saving today.

 

 

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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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If successful, the California Craft Cannabis Initiative could lead to better quality cannabis in California and beyond. Drafted by lawyers Heather Burke and Omar Figueroa, the initiative is one of a large handful of recreational marijuana legalization measures vying to make it onto the November 2016 statewide ballot. In addition to retroactively legalizing the use, cultivation, possession, transportation, processing, distribution, and sale of marijuana by persons 21 years of age and older, the initiative would establish a seed bank dedicated to the preservation and development of cannabis strains, and would also provide incentives to encourage small-scale growers to produce top-quality weed. We've all heard of craft beers, but have you ever heard of craft cannabis? The concept is the same whether we're talking beer or buds. Small-scale, focused production allows artisans the opportunity to create unique, unusual, or specialty products of often exceptional quality. If California's Craft Cannabis Initiative passes, craft cannabis growers could actually register and trademark their buds. For instance, their would likely be regional designations such as “Humboldt County” or “Emerald Triangle,” as well as certified strains.

What this would mean for the average California cannabis consumer is that what you pay for is what you get, at least when purchasing a certified or trademark-registered product. Seems like a simple enough consumer expectation, but this isn't always the case in legal recreational cannabis states like Colorado, Oregon, and Washington where strains are often misnamed, ill grown, and poorly preserved in the mass-production frenzy of trying to meet an ever-rising demand. No means for certifying any particular strains of marijuana exist in these states, which basically results in anyone being able to call their buds anything they like and sell them under any name they choose, and consumers having nothing other than their own eyes, nose, and knowledge of cannabis to help them tell the difference. That Lemon Haze might be Lemon Haze, or it might not. That “rare” strain whose name you've never heard of before could be good old Blue Dream with a fancy new alias. If the initiative in California passes and other states decide to adopt their own certification mechanisms, consumers would be able to tell exactly what they were getting, and growers would have an incentive to protect their strains and develop them to their fullest potential.

The California Craft Cannabis Initiative would also provide an opportunity for growers to have their crops certified organic. This is something none of the legal marijuana states currently offer, which again leaves the consumer with little but their own judgment and the shopkeeper's word to go on when hoping to purchase organically-grown cannabis. As it stands, much of the marijuana sold at dispensaries is coated with pesticides and often contains fungus or heavy metals. It might say “organic,” but there isn't really any way of knowing whether or not it actually is. The California Craft Cannabis Initiative would make it possible for consumers to choose products that are certified organic, which could encourage other legal weed states to follow suit.

The initiative also calls for the establishment of the California Cannabis Genetic Repository. The repository would collect germplasm from all known cannabis strains, carefully preserving and documenting the biodiversity of the cannabis genus. Researchers and others wishing to study the cannabis plant would have free access to the repository, which could lead to the development of strains with higher potency, new hybrids, and more. As the nation's herb supply continues to be flooded with mislabeled or wrongly identified strains, preserving the genetics of specific cannabis strains becomes increasingly important not just for California, but for the world. The sponsors of the California Craft Cannabis Initiative have until December 21st to collect the 365,880 signatures required to get the measure placed on next November's ballot. There are at least ten other recreational cannabis legalization initiatives that are in the process of meeting requirements to make it on the ballot, as well. For more information including the full text of the California Craft Cannabis Initiative, visit www.californiacannabis2016.com .

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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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