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High Country Healing features 60+ strains of Colorado’s finest cannabis.

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Be Responsible

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

Although any adult 21 years or older is allowed to possess up to 1 ounce, non-residents of Colorado will be restricted to purchasing ¼ ounce (7 grams) in a single transaction. This law was created to prevent visitors from going from one retail center to the next and stockpiling product for export. Residents of Colorado may purchase up to 1 ounce (28 grams) per single transaction.

Note that you can buy a mix of bud, edibles and concentrate, as long as the total equals to 7 grams or less for a non-resident or 28 grams or less for a Colorado resident. Keep in mind that ten 100mg edibles or 1 gram of concentrate equal 1 gram of bud.

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


Under the umbrella of cannabis, hash or concentrates are any product procured through an extraction process. Solvents (e.g., butane, CO2, ethanol, water, sift) strip compounds from the cannabis plant, leaving behind a product with a high concentration of cannabinoids. Some types of extracts test as high as 80% in THC, while others are rich in non-psychoactive compounds like CBD deliver an altogether “high-less” experience.
Marijuana concentrates contain extraordinarily high THC levels ranging from 40 to 80 percent THC amounts. This form of marijuana can be up to four times stronger in THC content than high grade or top shelf marijuana, which normally measures around 20 percent THC levels.

Being a highly concentrated form of marijuana, the effects upon the user may be more psychologically and physically intense than plant marijuana use.

To date, long term effects of marijuana concentrate use are not yet fully known; but, we do know the effects of plant marijuana use. These effects include paranoia, anxiety, panic attacks, andhallucinations.

Additionally, the use of plant marijuana increases one’s heart rate and blood pressure. Plant marijuana users may also experience withdrawal and addiction problems.

High Country Healing offers a vast variety of hash sure to suit your needs. Including:
Caviar – Qleaner

Cannabis that is dipped in hash oil and rolled in strain specific keef

Caviar – Girl Scout Cookies

Cannabis that is dipped in hash oil and rolled in strain specific keef

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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 marijuana.

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

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