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Yes, individuals 18 years and older can possess a medical cannabis card, while those without a card must be 21 years or older to legally purchase or possess recreational cannabis. Medical cannabis cards are for Colorado residents only.

Adults 21 years or older are allowed to purchase and possess up to 1 ounce (28g) of cannabis flower or its equivalent in concentrates (8g), or edibles (800mg THC). Note that you can buy a mix of flower, edibles and concentrates to reach this threshold. Vaporizer cartridges are considered part of the concentrate category.

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No, not legally. The law in Colorado restricts consumption of cannabis to private areas only. This includes National Forests.


Under the umbrella of cannabis, concentrates are produced through an extraction process using various solvents (e.g., butane, propane, CO2, ethanol, or water) that strip cannabinoids from cannabis flowers or trim, leaving behind a product of varying viscosities and textures with a high concentration of cannabinoids. Some extracts test as high as 90% THC by weight, while others are rich in non-psychoactive compounds like CBD that deliver an altogether different experience. This ever evolving and rapidly growing category of products include vaporizer cartridges, shatter, wax, live resin, rosin, budder, terpene jelly, bubble hash, keef, distillate, and more.
Concentrates contain significant THC levels typically ranging from 40-95% THC by weight, while most cannabis flower is 10-30% THC by weight. As a result of this key difference, less concentrate need be consumed to achieve the same effect as cannabis flower. It is important to consult with your budtender to assess a concentrate’s suitability based on your usage history, tolerance, and consumption goals.

Being a highly concentrated form of cannabis, the effects upon the user are much more psychologically and physically intense than provided by the same amount of flower. However, lower potency concentrates, typically offered in vaporizer cartridge form, are available for those looking for options that are similar in intensity to traditional flower, but offer more convenience and discretion. We recommend consulting with our experienced and educated budtenders to tailor your concentrate experience based upon your needs, consumption history, and tolerance.

High Country Healing offers a wide variety of concentrate types and strains to suit all needs, desires, and budgets whether you’re a novice of an experienced aficionado. Our selection includes our curated selection of vaporizer pens (O-Pen, PAX, Kuli) with cartridges of varying potencies, cannabinoid and terpene profiles. We also carry a robust strain offering of oil, wax, shatter, live resin, terpene jelly, distillate, rosin, bubble hash, budder, and more to fit every budget. Please check our menus or call your favorite HCH location for more information on what is currently available.


Nearly any type of food can be infused with cannabis, as long as it contains some form of lipids (fats). These products include infused drinks, candy, baked goods, savory snacks, or tinctures.
The Council on Responsible Cannabis Regulation recently produced the First Time Five website, which recommends only 5mg of infused edibles to ensure that no consumer, medical or recreational, has a poor experience. Remember that you can always eat more, but once it’s in your system you have to ride out the effects.

The effects of edibles may not be felt for up to and beyond 90 minutes. Peak effects may be delayed up to 2 hours, whereas the peak effects of smoking or vaporizing come in as little as 5-10 minutes. This is because of the way our bodies process THC, the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis.

When smoked, delta-9 THC bypasses processing by the liver and directly enters our bloodstream via the lungs. When eaten, cannabis is metabolized by the liver, changing delta-9 THC into 11-hydroxy-THC. This results in a slower onset with more intense effects. The effects of the digested 11-hydroxy-THC are often described as being more psychedelic.

No. Traveling with cannabis over state lines is 100% illegal. You can get a DUI if you’re driving under the influence of cannabis.

If you have cannabis in your car, keep it in an closed container, but note that it’s always illegal to consume cannabis in a motor vehicle.


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