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The Clinic Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

The Clinic's top quality cannabis have earned the dispensary chain awards and recognition as one of the best dispensaries in Colorado.  The Clinic has six marijuana dispensaries in Colorado (four in Denver and two in Lakewood).


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The Clinic Dispensary Locations


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Denver Dispensary Locations


The Clinic Highlands
3460 West 32nd Avenue
Denver, CO 80211
Phone: (303) 997-7130

The Clinic Capitol Hill
745 East 6th Avenue
Denver, CO 80203
Phone: (720) 536-5229

The Clinic Colorado
3888 East Mexico Avenue
Denver, CO 80210
Phone: (303) 758-9114

Lakewood Dispensary Locations


The Clinic on Jewell
12018 W Jewell Ave, Unit C
Lakewood, CO 80228
Phone: (303) 997-9171

The Clinic On Wadsworth
3600 South Wadsworth Boulevard
Lakewood, CO 80235
Phone: (303) 484-8853
 
 

LivWell Enlightened Health Marijuana Dispensaries

LivWell Recreational and Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

With six locations (5 shops in Denver and 1 in Boulder) LivWell Enlightened Health is one of the largest and most influential chains of medical marijuana dispensaries in Colorado.  LivWell dispensaries carry a full range of MMJ products and accessories including top-shelf cannabis strains, high concentrates, marijuana edibles, cannabis seeds, glass pipes and vaporizer pens.

LivWell Enlightened Health MMJ Dispensaries

Get info on all LivWell MMJ dispensaries in Denver and Boulder and find the LivWell dispensary location nearest you using the map below.

LivWell Denver/Boulder Dispensary Locations


 

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Denver LivWell Locations

LivWell Larimer
2863 Larimer Street
Denver, CO 80205
(303) 484-1662

LivWell Broadway
432 South Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
(720) 428-2550

LivWell Evans
2193 West Evans Avenue
Denver, CO 80223
(720) 361-2981

LivWell Colorado
1490 Lafayette Street
Denver, CO 80218
(720) 353-4120

LivWell Alameda
5660 West Alameda Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80226
(303) 922-9479

Boulder LivWell Locations

 

LivWell Folsom
5660 West Alameda Avenue
Lakewood, CO 80226
(303) 922-9479

Boulder Recreational Marijuana Dispensaries

Recreational Marijuana Dispensaries in Boulder, Colorado

Now that anybody over age 21 can legally purchase recreational marijuana, non-medical marijuana patients living in and around Boulder are eager to buy marijuana legally from one of the city's first recreational pot shop.  The first recreational dispensaries in Boulder opened for business in February of 2014 .  Only fraction of the dispensaries in the Boulder sell recreational marijuana.

See the map below for more information on and the exact location of recreational dispensaries in Boulder.

Boulder Recreational Marijuana Dispensary Map



Boulder  Recreational Dispensaries

Terrapin Care Station 
1795 Folsom Street
Boulder, CO 80302
(303) 954-8402

LivWell (Boulder)
3000 Folsom Street
Boulder, CO 80302
(720) 389-4920

Helping Hands Herbals
1021 Pearl Street #B
Boulder, CO 80302
(303) 444-1564

New Age Wellness
19 South Sunset Street
Longmont, CO 80501
(720) 652-0420

Karing Kind, LLC 
5854 Rawhide Court
Boulder, CO 80302
(303) 449-9333

If you have a medical marijuana license you can save nearly 50% by buying your weed from one of the Boulder medical marijuana dispensaries listed here.

Where to Buy Recreational Marijuana in Colorado

Where can you buy marijuana without a card Colorado?

As of January 1st, 2014, the sale of recreational marijuana to anyone 21 and above is legal in Colorado.  Now that recreational marijuana is legal in Colorado, a handful of medical marijuana (MMJ) dispensaries now sell recreational pot to Colorado residents that don't have a MMJ license (AKA Red Card).

 Even though it's legal under state law to buy recreational marijuana without a MMJ card, a number of Colorado cities have voted to ban the sale of recreational marijuana. Below is a list of Colorado cities that have bans on recreational marijuana dispensaries.

Colorado cities with bans on recreational marijuana sales


    Alamosa
    Bayfield
    Bennett
    Berthoud
    Blanca
    Brighton
    Broomfield
    Buena Vista
    Burlington
    Calhan
    Castle Rock
    Cherry Hills Village
    Cokedale
    Colorado Springs
    Craig
    Crawford
    Dacono
    Del Norte
    Dinosaur
    Englewood
    Estes Park
    Evans
    Fairplay
    Firestone
    Fountain
    Foxfield
    Frederick
    Fort Collins
    Fort Morgan
    Greeley
    Green Mountain Falls
    Greenwood Village
    Gunnison
    Gypsum
    Haxtun
    Hayden
    Holyoke
    Hudson
    Johnstown
    Julesburg
    La Junta
    Limon
    Lone Tree
    Longmont
    Mead
    Minturn
    Montrose
    Monument
    Nucla
    Palmer Lake
    Parker
    Poncha Springs
    Severance
    Silver Cliff
    Sterling
    Superior
    Thornton
    Victor
    Westcliffe
    Westminster
    Williamsburg
    Windsor
    Woodland Park

Recreational Marijuana Shops in Denver

  • The Grove, 74 Federal Blvd.
  • The Haven, 777 Canosa Court 
  • The Shelter, 4095 Jackson St. 
  • Dank Colorado, 3835 Elm St. 
  • LoDo Wellness, 1617 Wazee St. 
  • Medicine Man Denver, 4750 Nome St. 
  • Evergreen Apothecary, 1568 S. Broadway 
  • Denver Kush Club, 2615 Welton St. 
  • The Green Solution, 2601 W. Alameda Ave. 
  • The Green Solution, 4400 Grape St. 
  • The Healing House Denver, 2383 Downing St. 
  • CitiMed, 1640 E. Evans Ave. 
  • Kindman, 4125 Elati St. 3D 
  • 3D Cannabis Center, 4305 Brighton Blvd.
Colorado residents (age 21 and above) with a medical marijuana license (AKA Red Card) can legally purchase pot from the Denver marijuana dispensaries above.

Recreational  Marijuana Dispensaries in Boulder, Colorado

Boulder saw its first recreational marijuana dispensaries open for business in February, 2014.  At this time only a handful of Boulder dispensaries sell recreational marijuana.  Click here to see a full list and map of recreational marijuana dispensaries in Boulder, Colorado.

Those with a MMJ card are better off using when buying weed. By using a MMJ card Colorado medical marijuana patients can avoid paying the 30% tax hike on recreational marijuana and can purchase pot from any dispensary in the state.   If you have your Red Card checkout the list of Colorado MMJ dispensaries here.

Big Budda Cheese MMJ Strain Review

Big Buddha Cheese strain

Big Buddha Cheese strain strain is a powerful indica pot strain. MMJ industry awards have recognized Big Buddha Cheese strain as one of the world's best indica weed strains. It is sold at medical marijuana dispensaries accross Colorado.
Strain Type: Indica dominant
Lineage: Afghani x Original UK Cheese backcross

Indoor Flowering Time: 7 to 9 weeks.

Effects: Long-lasting, uplifting high

Awards:
  • 3rd Place at People's Cup for Homegrown Fantasy (2004)
  • Named HIGH TIMES Top Ten Strain of the Year (2005)
  • 1st Place at HIGH TIMES Cannabis Cup Indica (2006)
Big Budda Cheese Strain

Big Buddha Cheese strain reviews 


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OG Querkle x Space Cheese Strain | MMJ Strain Reviews - Boulder, CO

OG Querkle x Space Cheese

Strain Type: Sativa hybrid
High: Long lasting, clear headed high; stimulated and cheerful mood.
Dispensary: LivWell Boulder
Grade: A-


OG Querkle x Space Cheese strain is a great sativa-dominanat marijuana strain.  Smoking a good size bowl (around 0.5 grams) will give you a strong, clear headed high.  This batch of OG Querkle x Space Cheese marijuana was purchased for $25 for 1/8 OZ from LivWell dispensary in Boulder, Colorado (located on Folosom St.).

OG Querkle x Space Cheese Reviews

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What's The Difference Between F1, F2, and F3 Weed Strain Seeds?

Just as with common flowers or other household plants (roses, pea plants, etc...), Cannabis seed strains can be grown and crossbred. This is usually done for the purpose of developing new breeds with different characteristics such as the size of the plant, yield, taste, effect, bud to leaf ratio, or other specific traits that the grower desires. As this cross breeding continues, the plants end up forming different weed strain seeds, or generations. These are often described as being either F1, F2, or F3. In order to really make some informed seed purchase decisions it is very helpful to understand the differences between these various seed strains.

F1 Seeds: The First Breeding:
An F1 seed variety is created by breeding together two pure strains. For example, a tall plant (represented with two dominant genes, AA) is bred with a small plant (represented by the two small recessive genes, aa). Since the resulting plants will each receive one gene from each parent, this will result in offspring with the following genetic make-up: Aa. All four offspring will have the same make-up and therefore, will each be tall plants. The difference from the parent generation in this case is that these will not be pure strains due to the presence of the recessive (short) gene.

F2 Seeds: The Breeding Continues:
To create what is known as an F2 strain, the grower will breed two members of the F1 family together. The 'children' that result from this breeding will have the genetic make-up of: AA, Aa, AA, and aa. This is illustrated in the table below:

This means that the F2 seed strain will have three tall plants and one short plant. So, the main difference between the F1 and F2 varieties is the amount of genetic variation and purity of the seed strain.

F3 Seeds: Reducing Variation:
To continue along this cycle, the F3 generation will be produced by pairing those plants which have the desired characteristics together. As an example, if the grower was looking for short plants they would breed together parents with the make-up of (as listed above) Aa and aa. The result of this combination will be two tall plants, each with a make-up of Aa, and two short plants (both aa). This breeding has actually reduce the variation is on the path to producing a more stable variety. This is also often called stabilizing.

Conclusion: With each successive variation the grower is selectively taking those plants which have the characteristics they are looking for and breeding them together. It is basically a way of manipulating the future stock and developing more stabilized weed strain seeds. It should also be noted that the main difference between F1, F2, and F3 is simply the generation it is, since this process can really be repeated indefinitely (although there will come a time when the seeds produce much different results than expected). This is also a bit of a technical process which may even explain the price difference for various strain seeds.

Colorado Medical Marijuana Edibles

MMJ Edibles In Colorado

Medical marijuana edibles, also known as Cannabis foods, are really just ordinary food products that have included Cannabis in either herbal or resin form as an ingredient. The idea here is that some people do not want to go through the trouble of smoking marijuana or hashish. There are even a number of people who have trouble inhaling due to medical conditions (or otherwise). Medical marijuana edibles are perfect in such situations. Some of the most common types of edibles include cakes, cookies, and brownies. Of course, there are tons of additional edibles that have been created in recent years, thanks to the new laws in Colorado making medical marijuana legal.

The majority of medical marijuana edibles are baked goods such as cakes and cookies. The main point of these is to allow the THC (which is the main active ingredient in marijuana) to enter into the bloodstream of the eater. In order for this to happen, the actual marijuana needs to be infused into butter, oil, or alcohol. The result of this infusion is a tincture. This liquid can then be used in all types of edibles and edible recipes.

Types of Marijuana Edibles in Colorado:

There are really so many different types of marijuana edible products on the market that it can be a little overwhelming. These can include items like chocolates, cookies, ice creams, and more. Given the factors listed above, you can really put the Cannabis oil or resin in just about anything that is edible, so the following list will undoubtedly grow larger as more companies become more creative and innovative with their recipes.

Chocolates. The first type of edible product would have to be chocolate. This could include all types of chocolate bars or specialty products. One worth trying is the blackberry dark chocolate bar from River City Phoenix/Kiva Confections. Sugar free chocolates (sort of like kisses, only a little bigger and more potent) from Denver Relief is also a nice alternative.

Brownies and Cupcakes. When most people think about medical marijuana and edibles, they tend to imagine the traditional hashish laced chocolate brownie. Denver Relief also bakes an incredibly delicious truffle brownie that is to die for! Bakked is another Colorado company that has a tasty brownie edible product (with 100mg of THC). Honestly, almost every good medical marijuana company that offers edibles is likely to have some type of brownie product.

Cookies. Another excellent type of marijuana edible is cookies. These are also incredibly easy to make since all that is required is to mix the THC resin or oil into the cookie batter. The difficult part is actually ensuring that each cookie receives an equal amount of the marijuana ingredients. Denver Relief also has a lot of different cookie varieties including an M&M cookie, oatmeal cookie, and even a Snickerdoodle cookie, in addition to the original chocolate chip version. There are also Rice Krispie Treats, although whether or not they qualify as a cookie could be debated. Check out Dixie Elixirs to try a few of your own.

Ice Cream. Yep, even ice cream is now considered to be a medical marijuana edible product. Mile High Ice Cream has some of the best tasting ice cream that has been infused with medical marijuana. Some of their flavors include Caramel Oreo, Chocolate Cookie Dough, Chocolate Raspberry, Red Raspberry, and Vanilla Bud.

Marijuana Hard Candy, Chocolate and Chews. This is another hugely popular market for marijuana edibles. The variety here is almost endless and can include things like gummy bears, hard candies, lollipops, specialty chocolate bars, lozenges, drops, etc... Sweet Stone Candy offers many of these varieties listed above.

Carmel Canna Chew Marijuana Edible
Canna Chews


Drinks. There are even a number of companies out there adding marijuana ingredients to drinks. Canna Cola is another Colorado company that has developed a full line of marijuana or THC infused soft drinks. In fact, they are billed as 'medical marijuana soda pop.' Some of their flavors include orange krush, sour diesel, grape ape, doc weed, and the classic canna cola. 

Granola Bars. Many people on a health kick love eating granola. Therefore, it is only natural that someone would create a version of granola bars as an edible. Cool Calm Collective has put together something they call Hearts of Hemp Granola Bar. This comes in professional packaging and has 125 mg of THC, with 2-4 doses per bar.

Cakes. There is a tremendous amount of variety in medical marijuana infused cakes. In fact, it would even be possible to have a wedding or birthday party cake created (although they would likely be quite expensive). Running Dogs offers a fantastic product they call Captain Kirk's Oklahoma Sweet Cake. The cake itself is infused with THC, plus they also supply a caramel sauce that is also THC infused. Simply pour over the cake for a full strength dose. 3rd Gen Family also makes an excellent Pineapple Turnover Cake that you will be delighted to try.

Colorado Marijuana Edible Companies:

Since the legalization of medical marijuana in Colorado there have been a number of companies that are jumping into the edibles market. Obviously there is a lot of money to be made here, which is one of the most likely reasons for all the action. Many of these companies have physical storefronts, although a number operate simply through cyberspace using only a web presence. Either way, it is always helpful to keep in mind that something like this should demand the ultimate care and due diligence to determine which is likely to be the best source of supply for all your medical marijuana edibles needs.

Denver Relief is one of the largest of these new marijuana edibles companies. As the name implies they are based out of Denver and do have a physical storefront as well as an online presence. They offer a wide variety of edibles including MarQaha drinks and tinctures, lozenges, candies, cookies, cupcakes, chocolates, honey, olive oil, bars, and more. They even carry products from other companies as a distributor.

Marijuana Tea by Mad Hatter Coffee & Tea Company
The Mad Hatter Medical Marijuana Tea
The Mad Hatter Coffee and Tea Company is the number one supplier of marijuana infused teas and coffees to MMJ dispensaries in Colorado.  Teas and coffees produced by the Colorado based  MMJ edible manufacturer are made organically and contain 120mg of CO2 extracted marijuana.  The Mad Hatter Coffee and Tea Company makes caffeinated morning time teas and coffees as well as decaf MMJ teas, coffees and other elixirs.

Dixie Edibles also offers a number of different medical marijuana foods and edibles. This includes peanut butter bars, chocolate truffles, Crispy Rice Treats, fruit lozenges, and dixie rolls (which look similar to tootsie rolls of bygone days).

Bakked is another Colorado-based edibles company that should not be overlooked. They have a unique and interesting selecting of products to choose from along with monthly specials and an attractive website from which to order or find out additional information. They sell bars, candy, chocolates, cookies, pastries, sugar free items, tinctures, concentrates, and more.

Sweet Stone Candy focuses only a few areas of edible candy products. This includes hard candies, chocolates, and gummies. There are tons of varieties under the heading of hard candies, ranging from common flavors like cherry and orange to blueberry cheesecake and key lime. The three flavors of chocolate bars include classic milk chocolate, chocolate peanut butter, and chocolate caramel.

Sweet Mary Jane is another Colorado company that creates a small number of medical marijuana edibles. In fact, they have recently won several awards for their signature product, the OMG! Brownie Cheesecake. Be sure to try this one. Incidentally, they have also placed very well in the concentrates category.


Conclusion:

As you can see, the range of medical marijuana edibles and edible products is vast...and growing. To think that none of these companies existed in their present form even just a decade ago. Really the question is no longer what types of edibles are available but rather what type of edible products are you looking for. The day may soon come when there will be restaurants catering to those needing medical marijuana. In the meantime, the above guide should serve as a great place to start with your own research.

The 710-Cup Marijuana Event In Denver - 2013

The 710-Cup Marijuana Event In Denver

Denver played host to a two-day Cannabis event expo this past weekend. The Exdo Event Center will featured an outdoor medicating area and tons of interesting seminars and discussions like cultivation information and major Cannabis celebrities. There was even activism sessions to further the efforts at legalization, an all-star awards ceremony, and tons of live music. This years 710-Cup was truly an unforgettable pot party filled with surprises. Be sure to mark your calendars for the next 710-Cup event in Denver. There was even be a secret cup party before the actual event (this was held on the 10th).

710-Cup


The Basic Details:

The 710-Cup event was held from Friday, July 12th, 2013 through Sunday, July 14th, 2013. The hours were 1:30pm to 8:30pm each day, although late night events also took place after these hours. The event was held primarily at the Exdo Event Center, located at the address of 1399 35th Street, Denver, CO 80205. For further details and additional information feel free to call (303) 468-5443. Of course, this is an adults only (18+) event and you must be 21 or over to actually smoke or enter a product into the 710-Cup event competition.

Competitions:

Basically, this event is a marijuana extract competition. There are a number of categories which include Shatter, Wax, Edibles, Solventless, CBD, and both Indica and Sativa categories. So, if you think you have what it takes to go up against the very best, you could gather together one processed ounce of your best stuff and compete for grand prizes that include a custom HitMan Phase Two Torch Tube, your own grassroots hat line, $5000 in cash, and more! For $275 contestants could enter into each of the categories above and have your high THC extract judged by the expert event panel and the public.


Entering:

Each competitor needs to turn in a write up of their THC concentrate(s), which will be reviewed by the judging panel and should include the extraction methods and cannabis strains used, along with the category you wish to enter. You should provide at least one processed ounce so as to allow for lab testing five to ten days before the event. It should also be noted that entry does not guarantee your product will make it to the actual event competition; this determination will be made by the judges.

Whether you are being judged, or just coming out to watch a fun time should be had by all!

High Level Health MMJ Dispensary Review - Denver, Colorado

High Level Health

With great specials on ounces, top quality cannabis, a variety of edibles and concentrates, a welcoming environment and friendly staff, High Level Health dispensary in Denver has quickly earned a name for itself in the Mile High City.


High Level Health