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Errl's Guide to Colorado Cannabis

Recreational marijuana stores opened in Colorado on January 1st, 2014, making Colorado the first state in the nation to legally allow recreational sales of cannabis. Medical marijuana has been legal in Colorado since 2001, though a regulated dispensary system did not emerge for almost another decade. All adults 21 or older can now purchase up to 28 grams of marijuana in Colorado. However, cannabis products must not leave the state, and marijuana in Colorado cannot yet be consumed in public. If you are caught consuming in public you may run the risk of receiving a citation.

Now that you know some of the basic rules, Leafbuyer is here to help you buy and save on Colorado cannabis products. We have hundreds of marijuana Dispensaries listed in Colorado and many Dispensaries located in Denver - find the one that's right for you! Once you have located a Dispensary, Grow Store, or Head Shop, find a deal and save!

Key things to remember before purchasing or consuming legal marijuana in Colorado:

  • You must be 21 or older to possess marijuana (unless you have a red card for medical marijuana)
  • Recreational consumers (tourists and locals) can legally purchase up to 28 grams of marijuana flower, 8 grams of concentrates, or 80 10-milligram servings of edibles THC.
  • Marijuana products cannot leave Colorado
  • Don't consume marijuana products in public
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Different Cannabis Types

Sativa

Sativas can be found near the equator in extremely humid countries like Colombia, Thailand, Uganda, Cameroon and Kenya! Sativa plants also tend to grow very tall and have thin leaves that are typically a lighter green color.

Releases Stress
Enhanced Creativeness
Perfect for Daytime Use
Vivacious Flavors
Stimulating
Active
Appetite Modifier
Cerebral High

Hybrid

Hybrids are a combination of both sativa and indica with different percentages of each. Either end can dominate the final hybrid. It is rare to come across a 100% pure sativa or indica strain of marijuana.

There is a long list of different hybrid combinations currently available on the market. Take your shot at each of them until you find your favorite.

OG Kush
Girl Scout Cookies
Blue Dream
Chem Dawg + Hindu Kush
OG Kush + Durban Poison
Blueberry Indica + Sativa Haze

Indica

Indicas can be found in regions that are home to higher altitudes like Afghanistan, Argentina, India and Iran. Indica plants also tend to be shorter and have wide leaves that are typically a darker green color.

Body High
Causes Drowsiness
Relieves Pain
Perfect for Evening Use
Relaxing
Earthy Taste
Dismisses
Sedative
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CBD Fact Sheet

What is CBD?

CBD, or cannabidiol, is the second most common cannabinoid presently found in the cannabis plant. Lacking the "high" or noteable psychoactive effects of THC, CBD has been the subject of various studies and, in recent years, has been highly publicized as a treatment for conditions and ailments that severely diminish one's quality of life. By acting as a neuroprotective, an antiemetic, an analgesic, and an anti-inflammatory, the rate that cancer cells can multiple can be affected by CBD, as can symptoms of chronic pain. CBD can help with mental illness such as PTSD, anxiety, schizophrenia, and depression, allowing many to see clinically positive outcomes. Most notably, CBD has been shown to reduce spasticity in multiple sclerosis and significantly reduce the convulsions experienced in epilepsy patients.

How Does CBD Work?

CBD is currently being studied to answer just how it does what it does, but the current scientific consensus revolves around CBD having the ability to stabilize healthy function of the endocannabinoid system, a biological system that interacts within the brain and immune system, allowing for a number of therapeutic effects to be observed. For instance, CBD can give someone with severe pain a greater chance to interfere with inflammatory signaling before it can further influence pain. CBD and healthy endocannabinoid response has additionally been shown to help interrupt neuronal messaging associated with spasticity or convulsions, easing symptoms of MS or epilepsy as well as lessen the intensity of emotional responses by interacting with serotonin receptors within the brain, inspiring less anxiety. CBD is shown to promote neurogenesis, or the creation of new neural pathways, which can work to ease triggers associated with trauma over time and even, possibly, help slow Alzheimer's.

What Are Some Ways to Use CBD?

CBD can be consumed, applied, or ingested in a number of ways -- many of them not unlike ways we already use medicine. CBD products may come in capsules, tablets, syrups, solutions, lotions, tinctures, lozenges, patches and suckers, but CBD products -- as an effect of mainstream cannabis culture in it's current form -- are also available as a concentrate, an oil, a flower, a chocolate, and even contained within butter. There are even some CBD products made for the intimate areas. Oh, and did we mention CBD is safe for pets?

Is CBD Legal?

CBD has been a source of confusion when it comes to the legal status. On one hand, the cannabis plant is schedule I on the Controlled Substances Act. On the other, the CSA has been amended to allow industrial hemp cultivation. Further clarification of what separated marijuana from hemp went to say that hemp for industrial uses is to contain no more than 0.3% THC by dry weight. CBD occurs naturally within the genetic variety of cannabis used in hemp cultivation and no definite ruling that CBD is a controlled substance under the CSA has occurred. So yes, CBD is legal and CBD hemp oil, ultimately, is identified as a dietary supplement. Have no fear, there is no need to live in a recreational or medical state.

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What are concentrates?

The world of concentrates can seem daunting, yet the classification of cannabis products has continued to grow, slowly eating into traditional flower sales. While the wide open world slowly acclimates to the legal medical or recreational realities, the varieties of concentrates have expanded from the delicacies of hashish to a complex world of different textures, tastes, potencies, and purity.

Concentrates can be individually distinguished by the extraction method used during production, yet the entire category of cannabis products can be defined as the gathering of high amounts of cannabinoids and terpenes into a potent, flavorful extracted resin. Concentrates are used in joints, in edibles, and all by them self. Whether you dab, smoke, vaporize, combust, eat, or apply, products that contain cannabis concentrates or concentrated products deliver a flavorfully refined and potent marijuana product leagues beyond that of the traditional buds.

Types of Concentrates
Concentrates come in a variety of textures. Commonly, extractions are done using butane, propane, Co2, or alcohol as a vehicle to strip the plant oils and resins from the whole plant & pieces itself. While the solvent and process inspires the texture, the flavor can be affected by the time between harvest and extraction, the strain, and the equipment used. Closed-loop systems are often employed in the extraction process, ensuring the maximum amount of resins are extracted from the plant.

Wax

Wax
An oven baked whipped cannabis oil emulsion with overtures of all the terpenes and cannabinoids contained within the dried, cured plant, wax is commonly made from trim or bud and has a bit of a crumbly texture.


Shatter

Shatter
A translucent golden-amber, shatter maintains a rigid consistency which can be snapped and broken. Produced in a vacuum, shatter can further solidify flavor and stability, increasing terpene richness -- boosting the overall effect


Live Wax

Live Wax
Live wax is a variation of concentrates produced from freshly frozen, non-dried or cured plant matter. A boastful aroma containing three to five times more terpenes than wax or shatter, live wax is an excellent way to experience the full flavor of cannabis without sacrificing any effect


Live Sugar

Live Sugar
Not your average sugar, this concentrate gets it's name from the granulated, crystalline visual texture. A popular variation, requiring a long oven process that causes the THC-A to crystallize, Live Sugar boasts aromatics, potency, and purity that makes it a truly sweet deal (less than 50 ppm, tests around 80% potency on average)


Live Resin

Live Resin
An achievement of impeccable flavor, live resin utilizes the unique characteristics of any strain, extracting a powerful, balanced taste and effect spectrum. Live Resin often comes as a sappy or shatter texture.

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