The recreational cannabis industry is new, exciting, and even a little scary - especially for first timers and those coming from states where cannabis is not legal. This page is here to answer questions and calm any qualms. If you're still confused or concerned, don't hesitate to call us at (303) 477-8888.
Are you a medical or recreational dispensary? Both! We've served medical patients since 2009 and recreational adults since 2014 in our co-terminus shop.
Are you a medical cannabis recommending doctor? No. We are a dispensary and only vend cannabis infused products. We are not affiliated with any doctors.
When are you open? We open at 8AM daily, seven days a week. By law, in Denver county, all sales must be finalized by 10PM. We suggest arriving as early as possible so we can provide you with the absolute best, personal, and in-depth assistance we can.
Can anyone buy cannabis? As long as you have a valid ID and are at least 21 years of age, you can shop with us — no need to be a Coloradan! Since we are a dual license store, medical patients will also need to be at least 21. Please ensure your ID is not expired!
What counts as valid ID? Any government issued ID will work — Military ID, Driver's License, Passport — It must bevalid and non-expired.
Do you take my information? Will I be put on a list somewhere? No. It is illegal for us to copy or store any information regarding you or your identity.
What's the difference between medical and recreational? Our medical selection is reserved for Colorado residents who have obtained their Medical Marijuana Card from the State. The main differences between the two sides aretaxes and edible regulations. Medical sales are taxed at the regular state sales tax while recreational shoppers must pay a 22% tax on their purchase. Recreational edibles are capped at 100mg of THC per unit, and must be divided into 10mg serving sizes. Medical edibles don't have these dosing requirements — we have 500mg chocolate bars!
How much cannabis can I purchase? Individuals are currently able to purchase up to one ounce for recreational consumption. Medical patients are allowed to purchase up to two ounces.
How much cannabis can I have on me? Recreational consumers can carry up to one ounce at a time.
How many edibles should I eat? The State of Colorado recommends 10mg of THC as one dose. All recreational edibles, by law, are dosed in clearly marked 10mg or lower serving sizes. Start with one. You can eat more, but you can't eat less.
What's the difference between indica and sativa? Indicas are generally more mellow and relaxing and often offer the most medicinal qualities. They make you feel "stoned." Sativas are generally more uplifiting and cerebral and make you feel "high." Some people like the saying "indica in the couch, sativa clean the house." Don't let this sway you though, if it looks good and smells good, it's going to be good.
What are concentrates? Wax? Oil? Shatter? Concentrates are produced by blasting cannabis - either trim, full flower, or whole plant, with a solvent such as butane or CO2. This extracts the cannabinoids and terpenes from the plant, resulting in a waxy, oily, or glassy product. Concentrates, as their name implies, are very concentrated, ranging anywhere from 60% THCa to over 80% THCa. People like concentrates for their strength and flavor.
What is the difference between THC and THCa? THCa is the unactivated form of THC, meaning your body can't process it and you can't get high. When you smoke or vaporize cannabis, the THCa converts to THC so you can get high.
Where can I smoke? It is stillillegal to consume in public. Cannabis must consumed be on private property.
How do I pay? We accept cash and debitcards with PIN. There is also an ATM on site.
Can you ship me infused products? No. It is illegalat both the State and Federal level to ship any THC infused products across state lines.
Can you deliver me infused products? No, it is currently illegal to deliver cannabis.
Can I take my infused products out of state on the plane or in my car? No. If there is any THC in the product,it is illegal to remove from the State of Colorado.