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High Level Health MMJ Dispensary Review - Denver, Colorado

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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.


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High Level Health Medical Marijuana Dispensaries in Denver, Colorado

High Level Health has two locations in convenient locations in Downtown Denver.  Checkout the map below to find the High Level Health MMJ dispensary nearest to you.

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High Level Health on Lincoln Street
970 Lincoln St.
Denver, CO 80203
Phone: (303) 839-9333
Located in the Golden Triangle District across from the Beauvallon.
 
High Level Health on Colfax
2028 East Colfax Avenue
Denver, CO 80206
Phone: (303) 355-9333 
 Located between Race and Vine. 
 
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High Level Health Marijuana Strains, Prices and Specials

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Prices and Specials

Prices of marijuana in Colorado are considerably lower than in other parts of the U.S. and prices of marijuana at High Level Health are among the lowest you'll find in the state.  

As you can see in the photo on the left, High Level Health dispensaries normally runs an ad in the local Westword magazine promoting a special for 2 ounces of any top shelf strain for $299.  With most MMJ dispensaries in Denver charging over $300 per ounce for top shelf strains, medical marijuana patients can save a lot of money by buying in bulk from High Level Health.

Marijuana Strains

There's no shortage of top-shelf cannabis strains on the dispensary menu at High Level Health.  Here's a sample of the Denver dispensary's menu. 
  • Summit Sweet Skunk
  • Chocolate Rain
  • AK-47
  • White Widow
  • Orion
  • New York City Diesel  
  • Killing Fields
  • Moonwalk
  • New York Big Bubba
  • Trainwreck
  • Snow Dog
  • Tahoe OG
  • Grapefruit Durban
  • Lemon Durban
  • Cataract Kush
  • Sour Alien
  • Strawberry Cough
  • Lemon Diesel
  • Snow
  • Lemon Topaz

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