A: Medical marijuana is available to those 18+ with a doctor’s prescription. Patients under the age of 18 need 2 doctors to sign the prescription and must have parental permission. They must also be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18 when entering the dispensary. As of January 1st, 2014, recreational marijuana can only be sold to persons 21+.
A: Weedmaps has a database of doctors who will evaluate you as well as what conditions make you a good candidate for a red card (aka medical marijuana license), find them here. You must be a legal resident of Colorado to obtain a red card.
A: Yes, red card holders can purchase up to 2oz of medical marijuana products at a time.
A: Yes, recreational customers can purchase up to 1oz of medical marijuana products at a time. Non-Colorado residents are limited to a quarter ounce of marijuana products.
A: Yes, you can read some of the additional benefits to having a red card in our blog post.
A: Since January 1st, 2014, recreational marijuana is sold in the state of Colorado. Colorado residents over the age of 21 can purchase/posses up to 1oz of recreational/retail marijuana at a time.
A: Yes. Non-Colorado residents 21 years of age and up can purchase/posses up to 1/4oz of recreational marijuana products at one time.
A: No, currently 6 of our stores are approved to sell retail marijuana. The two medical only locations are The Retreat and The Ridge.
A: In addition to flower (dried marijuana nugs ready for grinding and use in smoking/vaping devices) we sell some edibles, tinctures, oils and other concentrates. We also have an exclusive line of glass, apparel, and other accessories. You can view any of the stores menus on their location page.
A: No. It is against the law to take any amount of recreational marijuana out of the state. You will just have to enjoy it while you are here.
A: No. It is against the law to ship any amount of recreational marijuana out of the state.
A: No. Recreational marijuana is intended for private and personal use only. You cannot use it out in the open or in public. It must be used on private property not accessible to the general public. Please plan accordingly.
A: That is a hard question. There is no “list” of marijuana friendly hotels that we have found yet. It is safe to say that if the hotel has a no smoking policy then do not smoke ANYTHING in the hotel. A safe rule of thumb is, if you don’t know, don’t do it. Be careful asking, while recreational marijuana will be legal after January 1, 2014 it will still be at the discretion of businesses to remove people from their premises for use.
A: No, it is illegal to use recreational or medical marijuana in or around the place of business you purchased it at. It is also against the law to use marijuana in other businesses open to the public such as bars or restaurants.
A: It is against the law to use in any of those locations.
A: Yes, it must be in an unopened container. It’s also probably a good idea to keep it out of view of the general public. Again, while recreational marijuana is legal, not everyone is a fan.
A: It is against the law to use marijuana in parks, outdoor concert venues (including Red Rocks), or other public location or recreational locations. The 16th street mall is also off limits.
A: The law says you have to smoke on private property. Retail marijuana consumption in any outdoor location is illegal unless the person is the property owner or lessee or has been granted express or implied permission by the property owner or lessee. On private non-residential property, marijuana consumption is illegal in any outdoor location if it is clearly visible from a public place.
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