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Colorado Mountain Dispensary (CMD)

C.M.D. Information and Address:
Colorado Mountain Dispensary 
1101 Village Road UL-3D
Carbondale, CO 81623

Phone: (970) 963-2784

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday from around 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM. 
Sundays from 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM.



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Colorado Mountain Dispensary

C.M.D. is a Colorado medical marijuana dispensary that prides itself in the satisfaction of each medical marijuana patient that it provides its goods or services to.  Carbondale's C.M.D does the best to provide patients with a premium selection of medical marijuana products which include many strains of both indica and sativa marijuana strains, hash, hash oils, tinctures, marijuana edibles, renowned bath oils and topical creams. 

Below are some of the most popular medical marijuana strains Colorado Mountain Dispensary has available to patients of medical marijuana. 


Carbondale Kush Strain from C.M.D.
  1. Carbondale Kush
  2. Oh Geez
  3. 1999, Redwood Kush
  4. Platnium OG Kush
Other featured medicinal grade marijuana strains typically in stock at Colorado Mountain Dispensary include 
  1. Chemdawg
  2. Big Buddha's Blue Cheese
  3. Purple Kush
  4. Jack Herer
  5. Romulan
  6. Skunk #1
  7. Cinderella 99
  8. 1999 (CMD Custom Strain - Crossbreed of Peak 10 and Cinderella 99)


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