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Colorado, there’s a famous expression, if you don’t like the weather, wait ten minutes. Most of our readers know what I’m talking about. Well what about the expression, if you don’t like the medical marijuana laws, wait a day. Doesn’t if feel like every time you open the paper or listen to the news, something related to medical marijuana is being discussed. The effects of HB 1284 and SB 109, which were signed into law on June 7, 2010 by Governor Bill Ritter, are already being felt by the more that 1,100 dispensary owners in the state of Colorado. It is anticipated that many may not be able to comply with the strict rules, which include restrictions on location (forcing many to close their doors and move already); registration requirements (all new medical marijuana centers and bakeries had to register by July 1st) whereas existing “centers” and bakeries could ignore this July 1st registration requirement; background checks for owners, employees, etc. for criminal records; steep licensing fees based on patient count (licensing fees must be paid by August 1st ) and then by September 1st all dispensaries, now called “centers” must be cultivating at least 70 percent of their own medicine. So what does this mean for our readers? Well, for many of you, if your favorite “center” is able to totally comply, you will see no effect. However, having to grow at least 70% of their medicine might change the selection of medication available. After all, imagine if Whole Foods could only sell produce that it grew at least 70% of. Even a company as large as Whole Foods would have to limit its selection since it couldn’t possibly provide all the different types of fruits and vegetables that are now available when a market can obtain it’s produce nationally and internationally from the best produce suppliers available. In fact, the requirement of having to grow at least 70% of their medicine could have an impact on quality. After all, growing purples is quite different from growing sativa and hybrids, and if your center is not known for growing, in order to continue operating it will have to join forces with growers so it can provide the medicine it needs to service its patients. If your “center” can’t meet the rigorous and pricy requirements set forth under the new laws, then you’ll have to find a new center. So what does this mean for the “centers”? Many “centers” who didn’t register by July 1, 2010 have to close their doors. Those who stay open, have to pay licensing fees, which is currently being determined by the Department of Revenue. As of the date this publication goes to press (July 3, 2010) there are no forms or amounts of licensing fees designated by the Department of Revenue on their website or anywhere else. In fact, with less than a month left that “centers” will have to comply with a bill that was passed on June 7th, many will not even know if they can comply until the amount of the licensing fees are clearly set forth. Pretty unbelievable, wouldn’t you agree. Imagine having to close a purchase on your house in less than 30 days and not to even know how much the house is going to cost you. Who would possibly enter into that deal? So for all of the medical marijuana centers and patients, Hold Strong! Several challenges to the new laws are already underway, and presumably many more will follow once the total impact of HB 1284 and SB 109 are felt. For those who want to discuss this issue or any other cannabis related issue, please join us at www.dailybuds.com. Kush Editorial Board, www.dailybuds.com
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Aurora mall officials could find themselves in court after detaining John “Jake” Gailey at the Town Center at Aurora for wearing a “Yes We Cannabis” T-shirt.
The cops opted not to handcuff Gailey as they escorted him to the mall’s police substation. Once they got to the substation, Gailey said the
Gailey, who is a registered medical marijuana patient
officers changed their tune, telling him he was going to
in Colorado, was escorted to the mall’s police substation
be arrested for disorderly conduct instead of trespassing.
on May 22 after security officers and mall administrators told him he couldn’t wear a shirt that promotes marijuana on the premises. According to the police report, Gailey was first approached by a mall “mom” for violating the mall’s dress code, which prohibits the promoting of drug use.
Yet the officers ultimately decided not to charge Gailey at all, and instead banned him from the mall for a year. Feeling constitutionally violated, Gailey sought legal help from attorneys Jessica and Rob Corry.
The report also states that this and other dress code
“It’s about freedom of expression,” Jessica Corry said.
and behavior rules are conspicuously posted on signs
“We are considering all of our options, including a civil
throughout the shopping center. Mall “moms and dads”
help oversee the security of the shopping center by ensuring rules are followed. “They told me I would have to take off the shirt, flip it inside out, or leave,” Gailey, 29, told Kush Magazine. “I told them that I wasn’t going to take my shirt off and that I wanted to speak to management.” While Gailey was arguing with the unidentified “mom,” police arrived and observed for several minutes, according to police reports. Management arrived shortly thereafter and stood by the “mom,” saying he wasn’t allowed to wear a pro-marijuana shirt in a private mall where families shop. “I told them they were violating my constitutional rights,” Gailey said. “Then they told me I was being arrested for trespassing.”
Gailey doesn’t seek millions of dollars from filing a lawsuit. “This is about Jake’s belief in commitment to a larger cause,” Jessica Corry explained to Kush. “And the larger cause is not marijuana — it’s freedom of speech.” A couple weeks after Gailey was banned from the Aurora mall, a group of around 30 marijuana proponents marched into the mall wearing cannabis T-shirts. None of them were detained or banned from the mall. “If they can ignore 30 people wearing pro-cannabis T-shirts, why couldn’t they just ignore one person?” questioned Mason Tvert, executive director of SAFER Colorado, who organized the march into the shopping center.
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If you’re lucky enough to live in a city that provides composting
containers as part of the trash service, then you know just how simple composting can be, even if you don’t exactly know where your leftovers are going. And if you do not have the luxury of the green, city-provided bucket, then you may want to consider starting your own bucket at home. Compost is nature’s answer to fertilizer can act as fuel for creative engine-builders and is an excellent growing medium. Some people even use it in grow rooms to provide an extra boost of CO2. Compost is essential for nearly every garden as it enriches the soil, which produces better plants. It also improves the texture of the soil, allowing the soil to hold better air and moisture levels. Again, happier plants. So you see, it’s silly to just toss your banana peels into a landfill. Composting is a simple way we can all work to lessen our carbon footprint and by putting what comes from the earth back into it, we recycle at the simplest and most important levels.
Composting is simply decomposed organic matter and
that can be plant or animalderived. Anyone can effectively manage composting. If you have organic matter, and we all do, you can have compost. Composting 101 teaches us that compost is good; big piles of rotten food and garbage are bad. The trick is to make sure that you are composting the right balance of “browns” and “greens”. Green materials would be your plant clippings, your kitchen scraps and any weeds from the yard. Brown material would include things like dry, blown leaves, straw, cornstalks and dried grass. The balance of these groupings makes for better water/air circulation. Too much of one or the other and you just get garbage. Expert opinion says that the right ratio is about 4 parts brown to 1 part green.
Your new compost bucket is a If you’re composting for a great place for any food garden, it’s a good idea to scraps, used coffee grounds, eggshells and plant matter. In a typical morning, you can contribute the toast crusts you’ve never liked, the coffee grounds from your wake-up cup of joe and the trimmings from your pruned plants. Toss in a couple of eggshells from breakfast and you’re on your way to building a compost empire! If you are keeping your compost around and not putting it out with the garbage and recycling, you may want to consider an outdoor home for the bucket. Compost will get smelly and the heat of summer, you may come home to a smell you would just as soon forget. The best place to store your compost heap is near the garden, since that’s where it will end us eventually anyway. 18 kush
either buy or build a composting bin. This doesn’t have to be complicated. Generally all you need to do is build a wooden box with a screen to filter the decomposing material that will sift into another chamber. It is important to remember that you need to mix the material, so a good pitchfork or big stick is necessary to move the new and older materials.
So the next time
you find yourself sitting in the kitchen with nectarine juice dripping from your chin, toss that pit in the composting bucket. It’s good for you, good for your plants and good for the Earth.
by MICHAEL DILLON
The mention of mangoes can quickly take your mind to a tropical place. “Mango Madness” makes me think of sitting by the beach listening only to the sound of the ocean and steel drums. Slowly biting into a juicy piece of fruit while beautiful women fan me with palm leaves. Sounds pretty nice, right? So when Mango Madness turned up on the menu at my dispensary I was intrigued, to say the least. After getting home and trying my new strain, I decided to do a little more poking around on the internet’s wild west... search engines. If you Google “mango madness marijuana”, you’ll mostly get stoner forums on how to get super-duper high by eating mangoes and then smoking cannabis (which actually seems to be a legitimate thing). You’ll get a few reviews of the strain Mango Madness, generally all in forums or sites without much if any content. On both Google and Bing, when you punch in “mango madness” the first result is a sponsored listing for anti-aging cream, and after that an ad which reads: “It’s Mango Madness! is a photo review of Mango, a rambunctious and adorable Ruddy Abyssinian cat.” On Bing I found out that it’s a mixed alcoholic beverage that goes over real well with the ladies. On Yahoo, I found mostly culinary sites with recipes for drinks or other concoctions that were dominated with mango. When I searched twitter for “mango madness”, I learned that it’s a Jamba Juice smothie as well as a Snapple and Arizona brand drink. Tweets on the topic include
requests for friends to pick up a drink for the desperate tweeter, promo for products, and vacation tweets with tales sandy, carefree beaches. Mango also happened to be Chris Kattan’s flamboyantly awesome character in the hilarious SNL skits. So there’s a lot of ways to go with this name... As expected here within this fine publication, we’re going to talk about the Mango Madness strain of kush that get’s you pretty high regardless of whether or not you eat some fruit beforehand. Mango Madness is a hybrid strain that splits the difference between indica and sativa pretty evenly. It has a sweet, clean taste that is very refreshing. It’s soft and fluffy, like a big cumulus cloud high up in the sky where you could be taking an afternoon nap. These mangoes are dominantly green in color, with a healthy amount of orange hairs and a sugary sheen all over. Pretty sticky and dense buds that we’d recommend using a grinder for, especially if you’re rolling your own joints by hand. One average sized bowl lasts a regular marijuana user about 2 hours in all, without any real unpleasant peaks or lows. I smoke a lot of indica marijuana for it’s mellow attributes. This high is pretty mellow, paired with a kick of inspiration that had me starting to write this review during an NBA Finals game, and now finishing it on a beautiful, warm, sunny day. You might just have to get some work done with this buzz. I also get pretty bad anxiety and increased heart rate with strong sativa’s, but Mango Madness clears the way for relaxation and good, open conversation. So it’s really the best of both worlds! Many hybrids will go really far one way or the other. You’ll either be passing out after eating a whole pizza or going for a walk with headphones on to ease your anxiety and meet your heart rate somewhere in the middle. But Mango Madness is pretty smooth on the whole... smooth like yacht rock. So pick some of this up at your dispensary, sit back and put on some old Doobie Brothers, Hall & Oates, Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins, or whatever you have that will match the vibe. Find a hammock, put on some smooth tunes, and let the madness begin.
by BUD LEE
As we enjoy the summer months, and prepare for another July 4th weekend, let’s take a minute to learn a few things about the Declaration of Independence that may not have stuck since the 3rd grade…… What’s known as the United States Declaration of Independence is a document declaring that the 13 colonies (then at war with Great Britain), were now independent states, thus no longer a part of the British Empire. Imagine the vision and courage to make such a move away from the largest Empire in history. It’s no wonder these iconic figures fill our history books, and grace our currency today. This Declaration, adopted by the Continental Congress on July 4th, 1776, was widely published, and read to the public. It was such a different time, when the news of the day was read in public squares. A far cry from CNN and live streaming video, now 234 years later. Historians have figured out that the signing may have taken place close to a month later, on August 2, 1776, and not on the July 4th date as commonly believed. What if we celebrate with hot dogs and fireworks in August? It just doesn’t seem right, but it could have been. This most famous document, housed at the National Archives 28 kush
in Washington D.C. is printed on “hemp” paper. This shouldn’t be a big surprise, seeing as how both George Washington and Thomas Jefferson grew hemp, and Ben Franklin owned a mill that made hemp paper. Is it possible that these guys were twisting up some doobies in between Congressional meetings? Meeting on the steps of the Courthouse, for a little inspiration? Well, it’s possible of course, but not proven. What is fact though, is that hemp and all its attributes have been around for well over 234 years, and it only makes sense that America’s most prized legal document was drawn up on the day’s most common and useful paper. As we find ourselves here in 2010, with more current issues on the table, let’s remember our forefathers and the painful, arduous task it must have been to write such a declaration. As our politicians and government officials draw up legislations regarding our future freedoms here in the U.S., we must appreciate the process, and the freedoms to continue doing so. It is such a vital, inherent thread in us, as Americans. We must never take these rights for granted. Happy Birthday America!
by SCOTT LERNER
“The Battle of Algiers,” an Italian film made in 1966, depicts Algeria’s difficult struggle to separate itself from colonial France. The black and white footage, coupled with the ancient architecture of Algiers, gives the film an excellent feeling of antiquity, which speaks to the heritage of the Algerian people and their dissatisfaction with French rule. The true beauty of this film, however, lies in the portrayal of both sides of the battle—the French commanders and government have as much of a voice in the film as do the Algerian guerillas. This film also provides a birds-eye view into modern Muslim society, and without doubt will to many, shed light on America’s concurrent wars in the Middle East today.
“Philadelphia,” 1993, starring Tom Hanks and Denzel Washington, explores homosexuality, homophobia, and HIV/AIDS in both the workplace and society as a whole. In portraying the multitude of different characters the film aims at showcasing the truly humanistic side of each person, as well as each issue. Hate for the unknown is a major theme of this film; once the unknown world of homosexuality morphs into a dying human being with a face the perspectives of many of the characters dramatically change. This is a powerful film that exposes philosophies of hate and discrimination, human’s fear of the unknown, and our ability to learn and tolerate that which confronts our everyday state of normalcy.
“When the Levees Broke” is a documentary about the Hurricane Katrina Saga, from before the storm hit to one year after. While the film definitely criticizes the federal response to the disaster, it also steps away from the typical media coverage and seeks the opinions of people from different parts of the city, economic class, race, gender, etc., from then-Mayor Ray Nagin to people literally standing in front of their destroyed houses. The multiple opinions presented in this 4-hourlong documentary allow the viewer to see many of the differing views surrounding the event, with a scope so powerful that is difficult to find something as well-rounded on the subject.
“The Wire” has been widely hailed as the best TV show of alltime. I won’t disagree. But while the entirety of the show’s five seasons are panoramic, and each season only represents one facet of the city of Baltimore, season one does an exceptional job of portraying poverty, drug culture, inherent racism, and corruption in a crumbling American city. Unlike many “cop shows,” the first season of “The Wire” transcends the usual confines of the medium and gives the “bad guys”—drug dealers, users, and their muscle—as much of a voice as the cops themselves. Both sides are criticized and analyzed, and both sides are represented with fairness and truth. This season of “The Wire,” if not the entire show itself, will absolutely change the way you view the world around you. It is an absolute must-see. kush 35
On a recent road trip to New Mexico, I decided to go a different way. You know, take the road less traveled and all that Gestalt goodness. Pagosa Springs may very well be one of the most beautiful spots on Earth. Pagosa is surrounded by the largest contiguous wilderness area in the United States and the San Juan National Forest. Nothing short of glorious, the road from Durango to Pagosa Springs was maybe the most beautiful I have seen in all of Colorado. Ouray, known as Switzerland of America treated me to a dozen waterfalls and mountains that did indeed look like the Alps. Since the journey is the best part of any trip, I highly recommend stopping at the little towns along the way for a taste of the old mountain west. 38 kush
You won’t be disappointed and your camera will be busy! I’m convinced that Pagosa Springs gets more snow in winter than the North Pole and Antarctica combined, which is why the short summer there is such a treat. With 3 MILLION acres of National Forest to play in, Pagosa Springs is an outdoors enthusiast’s dream. Located at 7,000 feet at the base of the Continental Divide, Pagosa Springs is full of rushing streams, archeological wonders, lakes galore, hiking and mountain biking trails, camping bliss and of course, the hot springs. (continued on page 40)
The Chimney Rock Archaeological Area is a 4,100-acre site containing the remains of the Ancestral Puebloan People, formerly known by the Navajo word “Anasazi,” as well as evidence of other prehistoric and historic uses. . “The site provides a spectacular glimpse into the past, perhaps more so because so much of its history is unknown. But, beyond the mystery and speculation, it is most special and worth our protection as the home to a living culture where human beings were born, worked and played, built and farmed. As a place where they reflected on their world and their place in it.” Chimney Rock Archaeological Area is open May 15 through Sept. 30 for tours and special events. Tours are offered seven days a week. The first of four daily tours, averaging 2 1/2 hours, begins at 9:30 a.m., weather permitting, on a first-come, first-served basis. Other tours begin at 10:30 a.m., 1 and 2 p.m. Groups of 10 or more are required to make reservations. Visitors walk about one mile on the tour, which is at an elevation of 7,600 feet. The walk is in two stages: the first is the Great Kiva Trail — a barrier-free, smooth, paved trail of gentle grades. The second — the Pueblo Trail — is a more challenging walk (along cliffs) that climbs 200 feet from the upper parking lot through a rocky incline to the mesa top. 40 kush
The clear lake waters of Arboles and Navajo Lake are less than an hour’s drive from Pagosa Springs and offer boating, fishing, jet skiing and waterskiing to the aqua-enthusiast. This is the way that mountain lakes should always be—pristine, surrounded by unmatched beauty and breathtaking sunrises and sunsets. The Navajo Lake marina has almost everything for boating and water skiing enthusiasts. The Two Rivers marina sells fuel, ice, tackle, boating supplies, snacks and accessories; has boat slips and mooring buoys; and a restroom on the dock. A 200-foot breakwater protects one of the longest ramps in the state, and three large parking areas provide ample marina parking. If you don’t have a boat, don’t worry; there are several different types of watercraft available for rent. Spend one of the best days of your life on a boat here.
Pagosa Springs most famous building is The Springs Resort and Spa. You don’t have to be a tycoon to enjoy the amenities at The Springs, either. The public is welcome to enjoy their outdoor hot springs, pools and in the summer months, every Wednesday the hotel hosts a concert series called Sounds at the Springs. Live music, great food and drinks, vendors and a billion stars await you. After a long weekend of playing in Colorado’s most beautiful land, it’s not a bad idea to check in to the spa for a massage! Enjoy your trip and remember to take lots and lots of pictures.
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This is the translated Chinese saying that Denver attorney and panelist Rob Corry opened with at the KUSH Cannabis Seminar held June 8 at Denver’s Colorado Convention Center. Indeed, times are exciting in the Colorado Medical Marijuana (MMJ) industry and they are only bound to get more interesting in the coming months, following the recent passage of two bills that will tremendously change the way it’s regulated throughout the state. More than 500 attendees listened intently as expert panelists did their best to clarify the changes in law, answer questions, and address concerns in order to help prepare those working in the industry for the fast-approaching deadlines that come along with the new rules. Dispensary owners, primary caregivers, people who make infused edibles, and growers alike are scrambling to ensure they’re operating legally by the time the bills go into full effect July 1, 2011. “There’s a lot of smart people here with different takes on what’s going on,” said Denver dispensary owner Zach Maas, who attended the event hoping to gain some clarity on the issues and hear what various experts in the field had to say. Panelists included: Corry, a civil rights and criminal defense attorney who specializes in marijuana; Matt Brown, executive director of Colorado CannaBusiness Consultants; Warren Edson, one of the leading MMJ lawyers in the state; Mason Tvert, co-founder and executive director of Safer Alternative For Enjoyable Recreation (SAFER); Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) co-founder Rob Kampia; Dan Steinberg and Greg Berard of EMC2 Billing, a payment processing company specializing in obtaining reliable
payment acceptance solutions for dispensaries; Attorney Bob Dill, whose practice is concentrated in the areas of complex civil litigation, business law, and liquor and gaming licensing; and Matt D. Cook, one of the authors of House Bill 1284 and a regulatory law enforcement specialist who oversees the Colorado Department of Revenue’s enforcement line of business, which currently includes gaming, liquor, and tobacco enforcement, and will soon include MMJ. (continued on page 48) kush 45
Owner of City Floral, Matthew Wickstrom, also came to the event in search of clarification on the new bills. “I just wanted to hear what the speakers had to say, get up to date, and hear different opinions,” Wickstrom said. “I’m trying to get all angles on it.” While the majority of attendees came as a result of confusion and panic over the bills that were signed by Gov. Bill Ritter only 24 hours before the event, some came for slightly different reasons. “I’ve read the bill so I was looking for some new information,” said Denver attorney Joel Russman. “But what I found interesting was the reaction of the audience... it’s clear there’s a lot of confusion and near panic about the coming deadlines.” Although many questions and concerns were addressed throughout the evening, it was clear that for as many questions that were answered, even more questions remain as legislators and law enforcement officials are working to try and interpret the new laws and apply them into regulations. “I don’t think anybody understands the laws, including the lawyers and the legislators,” said Mitch Hamilton, Glendale dispensary owner, adding that he thinks everyone is doing their best and was pleased to hear varying angles on the issues. 48 kush
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“There are so many gaps in the laws; it’s very vague,” said Ray C., owner of Doob Tubes, a California company that provides airtight packaging solutions for the cannabis industry. “Obviously we’re very concerned with the changes.” During the closing Q&A session with the panelists, many people expressed concern over the dispensary licensing fees, which vary depending on the scope of the operation and start at $7,500, but could be as high as $18,000. All fees are due Aug. 1, only weeks after the bills were signed by the governor. A number of people also asked about interpretation of specific bullet points within the bills, and panelist Cook fielded the majority of questions relating to how the bills will translate into regulation. “I’m glad he’s here,” said MMJ grower Thad Cummins about Cook. “He’s the one who’s got to figure out the law.” Panelist Kampia, co-founder of MPP—a Washington, D.C.-based organization devoted to reforming marijuana laws—said it was refreshing to be in a room full of people having an adult discussion about the real issues involved with MMJ. 50 kush
After hearing that KushCon Colorado (held at the Colorado Convention Center in April) was way bigger than anyone expected, Kampia volunteered to speak at the seminar, which was hosted by Kush magazine, dailybuds.com, Red Bull, and EMC2. He said he gleaned a lot not only from the attendees raising their concerns and asking questions, but also from his fellow panelists, including government officials responsible for overseeing the regulation of MMJ. He said he especially enjoyed listening to Dill and Cook discuss how they’re looking to apply alcohol, tobacco, and gaming regulations to the MMJ industry, as this is something MPP is working on with lobbyists on a national level. “We’re at a much higher level of political discourse than I’ve seen in any other states,” Kampia said. Crystal Guess, who volunteers for the Women’s Marijuana Movement, said she came to the event to learn about the legal changes and to continue being involved in the movement. “This is such an exciting movement and such an exciting industry,” she said. “It’s been very interesting to learn about all the different aspects, but just as many answers as it gave, it asks as many questions.”
Decisions can be tough. With so many top notch shows in our wonderful
state this month, it was really hard for us to choose the cream of the crop. Summer 2010 is almost halfway gone, which may be a depressing thought but should also serve as motivation for you to get off your butt and see a concert. Take a look at all of the aural ecstasy filing into Colorado in the coming weeks and do something about it!
8.7.10 @ Soma
8.14.10 @ Spreckels Theatre
The Silversun Pickups are simply delightful. Between lead singer Brian Aubert’s enchanting vocals and hints of the early 90’s indiegrunge-rock heyday, it’s pretty hard to listen to the entire Swoon or Carnavas albums without liking this band. The Los Angeles natives, who are part of Dangerbird Records and the Silver Lake community, have been touring extensively since Swoon and come back home to please fellow Californians to the south on this lovely night at Soma.
One of the founding members and driving forces behind 10,000 Maniacs in the 1980’s, Natalie Merchant moved on with her solo career in 1993 and hasn’t looked back. Her wonderful voice and powerful words remain timeless and will send chills down the iciest of spines. Expect a packed house and a beautiful performance at Spreckels on this Saturday night.
HARD Fest w/ Crystal Castles + Sinden + Proxy + Destructo
Lady Gaga 7.28.10 @ Pepsi Center (Denver) Lady Gaga is easily the biggest pop star in the world right now. One might say it’s a Gaga world and we’re all just living in it. And while many times pop stardom doesn’t require much unique talent, Stefani Germanotta is an incredibly talented woman with a long career ahead of her. As with everything she does (music videos, outfits, collaborations, etc) Lady Gaga concerts are a huge production with startling outfits, spectacular lights, flawless choreography, and real live music... not pre-recorded songs with bad lip syncing. Yes, we’re looking at you Ke$ha. Gaga is visiting Denver on her Monster’s Ball Tour and may not be back for a while, so don’t miss this show at the Pepsi Center! www.ladygaga.com
8.9.10 @ Ogden Theatre (Denver) HARD events have been growing steadily over the last 2 years under the direction of Gary Richards (Destructo), building up to this summer US tour that features Crystal Castles. Based mostly in Los Angeles, HARD always brings out the best and brightest in the electro dance community. Crystal Castles recently released their second full length album with some stellar songs like “Vietnam” and “Celestica”. CC live shows are equal parts ear shattering, mind blowing, and spirit lifting. This is a really solid lineup all together, so get ready to dance and scoot your booty down to Ogden Theatre. www.hardfest.com
The Temper Trap 8.10.10 @ Ogden Theatre (Denver) With their debut album Conditions being released just last year, The Temper Trap are quickly becoming one of the most buzzed indie bands around these days. Their smooth, atmospheric sound has been featured in a slew of commercials via their hit song “Sweet Disposition”. A 5-piece band performs live and has gotten
Left: Chromeo Right from Top: Lady Gaga, Natalie Merchant, Silversun Pickups, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, The Temper Trap, HARD logo, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
rave reviews during their recent tour. These Aussie boys are certainly worth getting familiar with, and you can start with this show! www.thetempertrap.com
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros 8.11.10 @ Ogden Theatre (Denver) Another ‘indie’ band quickly working their way into the mainstream and iPods around the world, Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeros are a solid talent worth the recent hype. Band leader Alex Ebert (Ima Robot) is taking their psychedelic country folk sound to places that leave you feeling comfortable. And that’s a pretty good way to describe their sound on the whole: comfortable and triumphant. Their song “Home” from 2009’s Up From Below has been on play in our headphones for months. Check them out August 11th in Denver. www.edwardsharpeandthemagneticzeros.com
Rodrigo Y Gabriela + Xavier Rudd & Izintaba 8.20.10 @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre (Morrison) Rodrigo y Gabriela are an acoustic rhythm guitar duo, natives of Mexico, and got their start playing underground bars and pubs in Dublin, Ireland. Their smooth style of dueling guitars is so simple that it needs no extravagant setup to blow a crowd away. Another great show at Red Rocks that is certain to fill your heart and soul with good vibrations. www.rodgab.com
Chromeo + Holy Ghost! 8.16.10 @ House of Blues
Here is a golden opportunity to dust off those dancing shoes and two-step your ass off! Chromeo is one of the funnest shows on the road, and fellow New Yorkers Holy Ghost! certainly know how to make people move. Chromeo most recently released their single “Night By Night” with an album likely on the way this year. Holy Ghost! released an EP in late spring and have been touring the world since. Both put on a lovely show, and both will make your feet hurt come Tuesday morning. www.chromeo.net, www.holyghostnyc.com
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POLITICAL ROUNDUP by LISA FAYE
WHATâ€™S HAPPENING IN THE MEDICAL MARIJUANA WORLD
As reported recently in the Daily Camera, Boulder medical marijuana providers are trying to comply with the new state regulations set forth in HB 1284, recently signed into law by Governor Bill Ritter. It is anticipated that over half of the stateâ€™s 1,100 dispensaries will be forced out of business. The law requires dispensaries to register with the state by August 1, 2010, grow seventy percent of their own marijuana as of September 1, 2010, as well as comply with numerous other requirements such as criminal background checks for owners, officers and their employees. For those without huge financial resources, ramping up to grow this quantity of marijuana could be the biggest obstacle to overcome. Some owners with local dispensaries have estimated that setting up a grow operation can cost upwards of $50,000 not to mention the additional cost of the city and state fees required under the new laws. In order to comply with this new grow requirement many owners are selling portions of their business to growers so they can collectively grow the 70% required to be legal. The key is making sure you remain legal under the law and some of these arrangements might be challenged. The new law also allows cities to decide whether they even want to have medical marijuana dispensaries at all. The town of Superior recently became the first in Boulder County to completely ban dispensaries. Others, such as Lafayette, Louisville and Longmont all have existing moratoriums on opening up new dispensaries into next year. Meanwhile on another note, on June 21, 2010 the Colorado Springs Gazette reported that sales of marijuana and marijuana products topped $1.6 million in the month of April generating $40,000 in tax revenues for the city. Marijuana sales have brought in over $120,000 in tax revenues for the first three months, whereas last year the city collected just over $100,000 for the entire year in tax revenues from sales of medical marijuana. Yet even with the increase of revenue for their city, a group of Colorado Springs citizens are collecting signatures to put an initiative on the ballot banning medical marijuana dispensaries altogether. Others see the industry as a group of legitimate businesses creating jobs, renting available space in vacant buildings and helping out people who need to earn a living in this challenging economy. No matter where you reside in Colorado, medical marijuana is a hot topic. Feel free to post your own opinion on www.dailybuds.com. 62 kush
by BUD LEE
With so many different technologies, gadgets, and techniques out there to help you produce a fruitful harvest, here is one that may have breezed by you - Aeropononic / Hydroponic foggers. Used for many horticultural applications, including root fogging, foliar feeding, grow room and greenhouse humidity generation, and even for low volume pesticide application, these ultrasonic foggers are a perfect aid for plants to grow above and below ground. An Aeroponic / Hydroponic fogger oscillates at a frequency of 2 MHZ, or two million vibrations per second, which at that frequency, nebulizes the water into cold / dry fog. It also generates an extremely small droplet of water (2.5 microns) which is small enough to be absorbed by roots and leaves on contact. This increases the effectiveness with an ultra low volume of liquid. With the application of a fogger, your plants metabolism is supercharged, thus maximizing yields, minimizing maintenance, and reducing operating costs by providing plant roots with the optimum Oxygenation and uptake capacity. Roots fed with an Aeroponic / Hydroponic fogger develop single and multi-hairs, which significantly increase surface area, and the ability to metabolize nutrients.
Systems can run between $350-$400, but are well worth it. Setting one up can be very simple, and there are many tutorials online to help you. With a little ingenuity, and another $50 spent at Home Depot, you’ll be in a “fog” in no time. Keep in mind that every set up is different. What works in one situation my not work in another. But we can conclude that with certain tools, and tips, (and maybe the addition of an Aeroponic / Hydroponic fogger) one should be able to optimize their harvest. Again we suggest that you seek out advice from your local Hydro shop, and ask many questions. Look into an Aeroponic / Hydroponic Fogger, and KUSH is quite sure that it will help bring you closer to a successful harvest.
Without endorsing any particular fogger, KUSH has provided the following links for you to check out: • www.futuregarden.com/hydroponics/systems_nutramist.html • www.hydrofogger.com/?gclid=CImPt_GpwaICFRekiQod6y3_QQ • www.acmehydroponics.net/?gclid=CJGKsJ2qwaICFQyjiQodoCtu7g
Good luck, and happy growing!!
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by AUDREY BURNS
DENVER: City, O’ City 206 E. 13th Ave, Denver, CO 80203 303-831-6443 www.cityocitydenver.com City, O’ City is a funky and creative three-inone vegetarian bistro, full bar, and coffee shop. Not only known for their creative pizzas (available both gluten free and vegan), seitan buffalo wings, and ho-ho cupcakes, but also for their bustling and bohemian atmosphere in which one will find the youngest generation of Denver hipsters along with business men and politicians. It is Capitol Hill’s solution to everyone’s needs, making it a melting pot of people and a great community hang out with food options for an endless variety of tastes. They are open practically all the time, Monday thru Friday from 7am to 2am and Saturday and Sunday from 8am to 2am. As if it couldn’t get any better, they also focus on sustainability and the locality of their ingredients. They show local artwork on the walls, have a huge blackboard displaying their weekly specials and occasionally a Tom Robbins quote, and support the idea of a community hang out by having weekly whiskey, tequila and micro-brewed beer nights. If you want a place with not only amazing vegetarian cuisine but that is also injected with culture, funk and community, this is the place.
Watercourse 837 E. 17th Ave. Denver, CO 80218 303-832-7313 www.watercoursefoods.com Watercourse is City, O’ City’s sister restaurant, but it offers a more traditional, yet still hip, approach to a sit down dinner. It is still casual and labels itself as a provider of “vegetarian comfort food”. Their prices are reasonable and the atmosphere is relaxed but still fun with huge colorful murals on the walls. The only downside is that there is usually a wait but it is well worth their amazing banana bread French toast, vegan milkshakes, and tomato curry soup. They also serve salads, pastas, fajitas, burritos, sandwiches, wraps and bruschetta. They are open Monday thru Friday from 6:30am to 10:00pm and Saturday and Sunday from 8am to 10pm. Masalaa 3140 S. Parker Road Aurora, CO 80014 303-755-6272 www.masalaausa.com Masalaa is a vegetarian Indian restaurant for the more adventurous herbivore. It offers the convenience of giving the customer confidence that everything on the menu is vegetarian. This restaurant specializes in Southern Indian cuisine, making it unique and also one of the most authentic Indian restaurants in the area. They have a separate menu from those looking for an entirely gluten-free meal and also have many vegan options. They offer a lunch buffet every day of the week, which is perfect for first timers wanting to try a little bit of everything, and also a dinner buffet every Thursday from 6 to 9pm. Their dosas, especially the masala dosa, are amazing and once paired with a mango lassi, you should expect to be in heaven. The only downsides are the ambiance and décor, which are lackluster. They are open Monday thru Thursday f rom 11:30am to 2:30pm and 5:30pm to 10:00pm, Friday from 11:30am to 2:30pm and 5:30pm to 10:30pm, Saturday from 12pm to 3pmand 5pm to 10:30pm, and Sunday 12pm to 3pm and 5pm to 10pm. 84 kush
BOULDER: Leaf Vegetarian Restaurant 2010 16th Street Boulder, Colorado 80302 303-442-1485 www.leafvegetarianrestaurant.com Leaf is the perfect combination of a tranquil, spa-like atmosphere and gourmet but simple vegetarian food. The restaurant has a high ceiling, light sage walls, a silent ceiling to floor water instillation, is packed with live green plants, and has huge glass windows perfect for people watching. Its bright and open vibe is combined perfectly with the refreshing and delicious vegetarian food. Their sauces and salad dressings are their strong point, so practically everything is guaranteed to be amazing, especially their samosas, huevos rancheros, Jamaican jerk tempeh, roasted pablano sandwich, flourless chocolate cake and vegan carrot cake. Combine any of these dishes with their delicious chai or mint lemonade to make a perfect meal. Leaf is also dedicated to environmental sustainability and serves Boulder’s own Organic Vodka 14 and Robert Sinskey’s biodynamic Merlot. They are open daily for lunch from 11:30am to 3:00pm, happy hour from 3:00pm to 6:00pm and dinner from 5:00pm to close. V.G. Burgers VG Burgers 1650 Broadway St. Boulder, CO 80302 (303) 440-2400 www.vgburgers.com V.G. Burgers is a vegan fast-food restaurant that serves American comfort food, without invoking any fast food guilt. One can walk in and pick up killer chili cheese fries and a bacon cheeseburger without worrying about mystery meat or the fast food industry, as the customer can be positive that the food being eaten is both organic and vegan. For those not interested in faux meat V.G. Burgers also offer salads, wraps, burritos and quinoa bowls. Their chai made with hemp milk is the perfect companion to any meal and a vegan chocolate shake is the perfect indulgence. Their mission statement speaks of zero waste, humane treatment of animals and an all-organic lifestyle, which is solidified by their 100% wind powered facility and their entirely compostable packaging. Open daily from 11am to 9pm, their only downfall being that the prices are not fast food prices. This restaurant is perfect for the vegan who craves a bacon cheeseburger or even just for the health-conscious carnivore craving fast food.
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by JB WOODS AND MARY WOODS When Vincent Palazzotto was growing up in New Jersey, he and his family saw first hand what it’s like to struggle and try to make ends meet. “There were times when my mom and I had to rely on food stamps,” says Palazzotto. These hard life lessons remain with a person throughout their life. While some will use them as an excuse to be apathetic, others like Palazzotto use it as motivation for a greater purpose. Vincent Palazazzotto and John Comandari channeled this energy into co-founding the Medical Marijuana Assistance Program of The Rockies, or MMAPR. Their mission is simple —help indigent medical marijuana patients. Watching Denver Channel 8, Palazzotto discovered the issues behind the medical marijuana movement. “I needed to find my place within the medial marijuana community,” says Palazzotto. “I kept asking myself ‘Where do homeless people medicate safely?’ or if you live in government-provided housing, do you risk using medical marijuana to relieve your pain, even though you might lose a roof over your head.’ These are difficult questions that deserve an answer as Colorado moves forward with House Bill 10-1284 and Senate Bill 109. Just like the patients that MMAPR serves, the organization is voluntary and relies on the help of many people and
organizations. The people involved, such as the board members, must raise $3,000 per year for the benefit of MMAPR. Volunteers include Miguel Valdez, who decided to use his time by attending industry meetings and trade events to spread the word to the medical marijuana community. Participating organizations include dispensaries, growers, clothing and financial companies. Publications such as Kush Magazine are also strong supporters. Mike Lerner, publisher of Kush Magazine, saw the need and benefits of MMAPR early on. “We provided support to MMAPR at the Colorado Cannabis Convention in April. Anytime the Kush family can help other people within our community, it is the right thing to do,” said Mike. (continued on page 90)
MMAPR uses these opportunities to share information with patients and industry members. They will also “co-brand” an event to include their affiliated members like Kush Magazine. “We had a dailybuds logo at the Kush event to show our appreciation for what Mike had done for us,” says Palazzotto. “Everyone benefits that is part of the organization.” Cornerstone Business Resources aligned themselves with MMAPR by offering credit card processing. “We give a percentage of our revenue to MMAPR each time a patient purchases medicine at one of our dispensary partners,” says Russell Harverson of Cornerstone. They would even like to offer specially designed credit card swiping machines that are in different colors or themes to represent a particular cause. For example, a pink machine could represent a contribution being made toward breast cancer research. Palazzotto says the vast majority of people are overwhelmingly positive toward the cause. “We all need to be reminded that the 20th Amendment in Colorado is rooted in care giving. While House Bill 1284 or Senate Bill 109 will provide a framework to operate legally, we should not lose sight of the patients who seek relief from their physical impairments, especially those who have less, or need us the most.” Palazzotto quickly reaffirms that care giving is at the core of the movement. MMAPR operates on a platform with many different moving parts. The first step is to identify medical marijuana patients who need some form of subsidy for medicine, medical evaluations, or other services due to their condition physically or economically. As with any non-profit today, funding is a challenge. Therefore, MMAPR focuses on the patients who are in the “worst of the worst” situations. Patients with AIDS, cancer or severe economic challenges are treated first through a network of dispensaries and growers that discount their medicine and contribute a percentage back to MMAPR. The discount for patients can be up to a 50% savings for medical marijuana, and evaluations by a Doctor are at a reduced cost or no charge. For many patients, this can make a substantial difference in the quality of their lives. Many people have lost their health insurance or cannot afford medication because of the economic situation. VISIT the MMAPR Website for more info: http://mmapr.org/ Telephone: 303-386-4001 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Address: P.O. Box 40878 | Denver, CO 80204
by J.T. GOLD
IT SEEMS THAT EVERYWHERE YOU LOOK in the grocery stores lately, there is an influx of “Gluten-Free” labels on foods. Even old staples like Rice Chex cereal are touting the mark. What were once specialty items at health food stores are inching their way to the mainstream. Gluten, the protein found in wheat, rye, and barley, is the common denominator in most of the grain-based products we eat, such as cereals, breads, and pasta. So why the sudden shift to a life without gluten? For some people who suffer from celiac disease, gluten is the enemy. Celiac disease is an autoimmune dysfunction that causes serious digestive issues for those who suffer. When someone with the disease eats gluten, it attacks their immune system which responds by damaging the villi-tiny, fingerlike projections in the small intestine that absorb the nutrients from food. Once considered a rare disease, celiac affects 1 in 133 Americans. More common, however, is a gluten intolerance that may make you uncomfortable, but the symptoms are fleeting. Symptoms often include fatigue, weight loss, diarrhea, gas, bloating and vomiting. These seem like pretty serious symptoms, so why the barrage of gluten-free offerings? The answers are many. America today eats more processed and fast foods than ever. So if you’re suffering from stomach issues, the first thing you should consider is what you do eat. Rice, breads, pasta and cereals are the most commonly avoided foods on most weight-loss diets because they are high in simple carbohydrates 94 kush
and sugar, which turn to fat. So while many people think they may have a gluten allergy (a misnomer: gluten intolerance is not a food allergy), the real story might be that you are just eating too much sugar. The only real way to tell is to eliminate gluten from your diet and see how it goes. You may find that you are replacing breads and grains with fruits and vegetables which will make you feel better, without question. If you are unfortunate enough to suffer through the symptoms of celiac disease or severe gluten intolerance, your quality of life is bound to improve. If you decide to try a gluten-free existence, it’s important to replace B vitamins, as not all gluten-free foods are enriched with vitamins. B vitamins are abundant in wheat and will be missed if you don’t supplement them. Fiber is also an issue, so make sure to raise your daily intake of beans, fruits and vegetables. Try switching to grains such as cornmeal, chia, flax, kasha, millet and quinoa. Since gluten-free lifestyles are becoming the norm (even Oprah gave up gluten on her latest 21-day cleanse and is planning a glutenfree cooking segment on her network), make certain that you don’t make the mistake of over doing dairy and forgetting your fiber. You will feel worse! As with any change to your diet, do your homework and if your symptoms persist, by all means see a physician. If all you need is a lifestyle change to improve your physical well-being, a limited amount of grains is good, so long as they are whole grain and not processed. Good luck and stay healthy.
by CHARLOTTE CRUZ
Dining outdoors is one of the highlights of summertime. Whether you have a backyard barbeque or go out on the town, food never tastes as good as when it’s served on a patio or terrace, on the sidewalks of the city or a sun-soaked deck. With no shortage of sweet outdoor spots to choose from and something for every occasion and budget, grab a friend and ask to be seated outside! Mizuna FOR A ROMANTIC DINNER OR SPECIAL OCCASSION, or if you’re just a serious foodie, Mizuna is a gastronomical delight. The contemporary French food here is art and the master is Chef Frank Bonano. This is a place to spend a lot of dough, so expect to pay $31-$50 per person. The patio is a perfect place to impress a date or celebrate. A must have: The lobster mac and cheese! 225 East 7th Avenue, Denver.
Gaia BRUNCH IS THE PERFECT MEAL IF YOU ASK ME and the best way to spend it is with an appetite on a patio. One of my favorites to dine mid morning is Gaia, a charming spot in an old Victorian house. This gem of a restaurant introduces itself as “An earth friendly breakfast & lunch restaurant in a garden setting featuring crepes, soups, salads, sandwiches, artisan bread & pastry.” The real story here is the crepes. You can make your own or order from the menu; either way, they are dazzling! Be prepared to make friends on the patio as seating is close together. 1551 S Pearl Street, Denver.
Bang! BANG! CLASSIC AMERICANA WITH A SOUTHERN TWIST, a friendly patio and menu items like sweet potato bread and shrimp po-boys make Bang! a huge hit. This a casual place to go with a big appetite. The patio tends to get crowded in the hip Highlands neighborhood, so make sure you aren’t in a huge hurry. It’s well worth the wait and no, they don’t accept reservations. Order the gingerbread for dessert. 3472 W 32nd Ave.
DJ’s Berkeley Café DJ’S IS ALWAYS PACKED and for good reason. This breakfast/ brunch/lunch spot is really a joint with a classy menu, an espresso bar and loose leaf tea selection and huge, delicious portions. The biscuits and gravy are just the ticket after a night on the town. 5 stars for the peanut butter and jelly-stuffed French toast! They don’t serve booze here which is an ok thing considering that a large percentage of the people eating on Saturday and Sundays after 11 a.m. still smell like distilleries. It’s definitely a comfort food, fix me up kind of place! AS tempted as you may be, don’t take a food coma nap on the patio. There are others waiting for your spot and they NEED Eggs Benedict!
Centro CENTRO LATIN KITCHEN & REFRESHMENT PALACE is located in the heart of Boulder at 980 Pearl St. has numerous awards and accolades including “Denver’s 10 Best New Restaurants” among others. Chef Ian Clark renowned for his innovative Latin cuisine creates delicious food served on the expansive patio. The indoor/ outdoor bar bustling with people in need of a great rustic environment, creates a fabulous alfresco dining experience. Known for lunches and Boulder’s BEST Saturday and Sunday brunch as well as having a reputation for a well stocked bar which provides an array of delicious, handcrafted cocktails, a large variety of tequilas and rums and local micro-brews. This is a don’t miss restaurant experience.
Jose Muldoon’s JOSE MULDOON’S IS A POPULAR LOCAL RESTAURANT located in Colorado Springs, serving Mexican cuisine, vegetarian entrees and sandwiches for over 30 years. Known for its appetizer of mesquitos – a dish of ground meat, chilis con queso and peppers wrapped in a tortilla, as well as its extensive vegetarian menu, dine on the large patio or enjoy your favorite libation at the indoor/outdoor bar. A great place to grab a bite after a day hiking Pike’s Peak or just because you crave a great meal. 222 N. Tejon St., Colorado Springs.
SHRIMP COCKTAIL If you are using frozen shrimp, the safest way to defrost them is in a bowl of ice water in the refrigerator. I like to buy tail-on, shell-on, deveined shrimp. Of course, use what you can find at the markets. INGREDIENTS For the shrimp: 2 tablespoons Old Bay Seasoning 1 lemon, halved 1 teaspoon granulated garlic 1 clove garlic, finely minced 1/2 teaspoon chili powder
1 teaspoon salt 24 extra large tail-on raw shrimp (more if you are using smaller shrimp) For the cocktail sauce: 1/2 cup chili sauce 1 cup ketchup8* Âź cup THC olive oil 1 tablespoon horseradish 1 dash Worcestershire sauce Juice of 1/2 lemon 1/2 teaspoon Tabasco 1/2 clove garlic, finely minced 1 tablespoon cilantro, chopped
* The chef specifically recommends Heinz chili sauce – it’s not very spicy and has a nice sweet taste. If you use other type of hot chvvvili sauce, just start with a couple tablespoons first, then taste and adjust.
METHOD 1. To prepare the cocktail sauce, mix all the cocktail sauce ingredients together in a medium bowl and refrigerate until ready to serve. 2. Have a large bowl of ice water ready and set near the sink. To a 8-quart pot of water, add the Old Bay, lemon, granulated garlic, garlic, chili powder, and salt. Bring to a boil. Add the shrimp to the pot and when the water returns to a boil, the shrimp should be done! The shrimp should be bright pink. 3. Immediately drain and place the shrimp into the ice bath to cool for 2 minutes. Peel the shrimp (leaving the tail-on.) Drain and serve with the cocktail sauce.
TRADITIONAL CEVICHE INGREDIENTS 2 lbs of firm, fresh red snapper fillets (or other firm-fleshed fish), cut into 1/2 inch pieces, completely deboned 1/2 cup of fresh squeezed lime juice 1/2 cup of fresh squeezed lemon juice ¼ cup THC olive oil 1/2 red onion, finely diced 1 cup of chopped fresh seeded tomatoes 1 serrano chili, seeded and finely diced 2 teaspoons of salt Dash of ground oregano Dash of Tabasco or a light pinch of cayenne pepper Cilantro Avocado Tortillas or tortilla chips DIRECTIONS 1. In a non-reactive casserole dish, place the fish, the onion, the tomatoes, the chili, the salt, the Tabasco, and the oregano. Cover with THC olive oil, lime and lemon juice. Let it sit covered in the refrigerator for about an hour, stir occasionally, making sure all the fish gets exposed to the acidic lime and lemon juices. Let sit for several
hours, giving time for the flavors to blend. 2. During the marinating process the fish will change from pinkish grey and translucent to whiter in color and opaque. 3. Serve with the chopped cilantro and the slices of avocado with heated tortillas for ceviche tacos or with tortilla chips.
CRAB CLAWS WITH A CLASSIC CAJUN ROMULADE INGREDIENTS 1 qt Mayonnaise; (not salad 4 Eggs; hard boiled 3 tb Creole or dark mustard ½ cup THC olive oil 4 tb White vinegar 4 tb Fresh parsley; chopped 2 tb Paprika 2 tb Worcestershire sauce 3 tb Horseradish sauce 4 Cloves garlic; chopped Salt and pepper; to taste PREPERATION Whirl all the ingredients in blender or processor, add salt and pepper to taste. Refrigerate 12 hours before using. Will keep several weeks in refrigerator. This sauce is basically for use with Crab Claws, as a cocktail sauce, but can be used for many other things.
ASIAN TOMATO CUCUMBER AND ONION SALAD INGREDIENTS 1 large cucumber 2 tomatoes, seeded and cut into wedges ¼ red onion, thinly sliced ¼ THC olive oil 1/4 cup rice vinegar
2 tablespoons lime juice 1 teaspoon white sugar, or to taste 3 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro 3 tablespoons chopped peanuts (optional)1
PINEAPPLE AND JICAMA SALAD
DIRECTIONS Peel the cucumber in stripes lengthwise with a vegetable peeler, alternating skinned stripes with peel for a decorative effect. Slice the cucumber in half lengthwise, and then thinly slice. Place the cucumber in a salad bowl with the tomato and red onion, and mix together. Pour the rice vinegar,THC olive oil, and lime juice into a separate bowl, and stir in the sugar until dissolved. Pour the dressing over the salad;mix, cover, and refrigerate until chilled, at least 30 minutes. Just before serving, stir in the cilantro and sprinkle with chopped peanuts.
INGREDIENTS 1 fresh pineapple 1/2 green bell pepper, cut into thin strips 1/2 red bell pepper, cut into thin strips 3/4 cup finely diced jicama 2 scallions, thinly sliced 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper Âź cup THC vegetable oil 2 tablespoons rice vinegar
MOMâ€™S PICNIC CHICKEN SALAD INGREDIENTS 3 peaches 1/4 Cup THC olive oil 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar 1 lb cooked chicken 2/3 cup hazelnuts 1/2 cup cilantro salt pepper 8 cups spinach leaves DIRECTIONS 1. Peel the peaches: this is easier if you blanch them first by putting them in a pan of simmering water for a minute. (If you use nectarines, it is unnecessary to peel them). 2. In a medium salad bowl, whisk together the THC olived oil and vinegar. Add the chicken, peaches, hazelnuts and cilantro. Season with salt and pepper, and toss to coat. Add the spinach leaves and toss again. Taste and adjust the seasoning. Serve immediately, or refrigerate for up to a day; it gets better as it sits. Remove from the fridge half an hour before eating.
DIRECTIONS 1. Peel pineapple and cut away core. Cut into 1-inch pieces. Place in a large bowl. 2. Add green and red pepper strips, jicama and scallions. 3. In a small jar, shake together salt, pepper, vinegar and THC vegetable oil. Add to salad and toss to coat. 4. Serve chilled or at room temperature.
SMOKED SALMON PASTA SALAD INGREDIENTS 1/2 c. dry white wine 1/4 c. THC olive oil 1 tbsp. Dijon mustard 1 tsp. fresh lemon juice 8 oz. fusilli (corkscrew) pasta 1 head radicchio, torn into bite sized pieces 3/4 lb. smoked salmon, cut julienne 1/4 c. raspberry vinegar 2 eggs 1 shallot, minced Salt and pepper heads curly endive, torn into bite sized pieces 10 Italian olives, pitted
1 tbsp. snipped fresh chives DIRECTIONS Mix wine, vinegar, THC olive oil, eggs, mustard, shallot and lemon juice in blender until smooth. Season with salt and pepper. Cook pasta in large pot of boiling salted water until just tender, stirring occasionally to prevent sticking. Drain in colander. Cool completely under running water. Drain. Mix pasta with endive and radicchio in large bowl. Add tomatoes, olives and dressing to taste; toss well. Divide salad among plates. Sprinkle with salmon and chives. 6 servings
EXTREME MEDICATED BLONDIES INGREDIENTS 4 cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1-1/2 teaspoons salt 1-1/3 cups (2-1/3 sticks) unsalted THC butter temperature 3 cups packed light-brown sugar 4 teaspoons vanilla 4 eggs 2-1/2 cups coarsely chopped walnuts 1-1/4 cups white chocolate chips
DIRECTIONS 1. Heat oven to 350 degrees F. Line two 9 x 9 x 2-inch square baking pans with foil, extending over two sides. 2. Mix together flour, baking powder and salt in a bowl. Beat THC butter, sugar, vanilla in large bowl until creamy. Beat in eggs, one at a time. On low, beat in flour mixture. Stir in 2 cups walnuts and 1 cup chips. Divide batter into pans. Divide remaining nuts in half; sprinkle over each pan. 3. Bake in 350 degrees F oven 40 minutes, until toothpick tests clean. Remove pans from oven. Sprinkle tops with remaining chips; lightly press down chips with spatula to melt slightly. Cool in pan on rack. Cut in squares.
BLUEBERRY CUPCAKES INGREDIENTS 1 1/4 cups flour 2 cup sugar 1 3/4 teaspoons baking powder 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/3 cup THC butter 1 egg, beaten 3/4 cup milk 1/2 teaspoon vanilla 2/3 cup blueberries 1/3 cup chopped unblanched almonds, toasted DIRECTIONS 1. Sift dry ingredients together to mix well. cut in the THC butter until mixture resembles coarse crumbs. 2. Whisk egg vigorously to incorporate air and make the eggs light. Stir in egg, milk and vanilla and combine thoroughly. Add to dry mixture and stir together (some lumps should remain) and add the blueberries. 3. Fill well greased muffin tins with batter until two thirds full. 4. Bake in a preheated 350°F oven for 20 minutes or until done. Makes 18 large muffins. Hey to all my fans I would like to take this time to thank you for following my recipes. I will be setting up cooking classes in your neighborhood so Email me at email@example.com to sign up or learn more information on my class times and locations.
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by JAY E Considered to be the greatest writer in the English language, William Shakespeare would probably be elated to know that his works are still being reproduced world-wide, in every language, and by many different interpretations, to this day. Colorado’s finest thespians are bringing his work to life this summer at the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, presented by Blue Mountain Arts. Described as “One of the top Shakespeare Festivals in the U.S.” by TIME Magazine, KUSH Magazine is backing that claim, thus why we’re suggesting you check this out……. Shakespeare produced most of his famous works between 1589 and 1613, just three years before his death. His writings ranged from Comedies and Histories, to Tragedies, and Tragicomedies (or what we know as Romances today). The Colorado Shakespeare Festival has chosen three very different pieces, that show the depth of the brilliant writer. Running concurrently through July and August at the Mary Rippon Theater, is King Lear, The Taming Of The Shrew, and Measure For Measure. King Lear is a powerful family drama, and an explosive political epic. With the division of his kingdom among three daughters - his country, and life are seemingly unraveling around him. This tragedy explores the most basic questions of human existence, love and loss, and good and evil. The Taming Of The Shrew is a romantic comedy where the shrewish Kate is pitted against the fortune-seeking Petruchio. This playful battle of the sexes is filled with disguise, deception, and mischievous behavior. Shakespeare explores the institution of marriage, and the paths in which men and women seek out love. 112 kush
Measure For Measure is one of Shakespeare’s most provocative, and unconventional dramas, touching on issues of mercy, justice, truth, and their relationship to pride and humility. With a story wrapped around sexual intrigue, sex outside of marriage, and the sacrifice of virginity, it seems like Shakespeare would have made a great Soap Opera writer. It’s no wonder that his themes are still ever-present within our media, and overall culture. Some bodies of work, whether literary, musical, or artistic seem to transcend time effortlessly. These classics have stood the test of time for a reason, so get out to the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, and absorb this cultural experience.
July: 1-3, 20-21, 29-30 August: 7-8
The Taming Of The Shrew July: 9-10, 22-23, 27-28, 31 August: 1, 5-6
Measure For Measure
July: 15-16, 17-18, 27-28, 31 August: 1, 5-6
For tickets, or more information on the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, with performances at either the Greekstyle Mary Rippon Outdoor Theatre and several in the indoor, proscenium University Theatre, both located on the grounds of the University of Colorado at Boulder please visit www.ColoradoShakespeareFestival.com.
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You can tell a lot about a person based on their preferred weed-smoking technique and apparatus. With all the different ways to partake of your favorite combustible treats, it’s important to know exactly what your smoking method says about you:
You’re a college student who’s renting your apartment with absolutely no intention of ever receiving your deposit back. Those bong water stains on the floor? Not your problem. Let your landlord take care of that when you move out in three years. Right now, you’ve got bigger problems to deal with, like the fact that your roommate’s girlfriend keeps humiliating you with lethal headshots in Call of Duty. You don’t have time to pass a joint or light a pipe every couple of minutes, because you’re too busy trying your hardest to avoid virtual assassination every thirty five seconds. Now get back to your game! You still have to pull an all-night study session for finals tomorrow, remember?
a clean, efficient person who absolutely hates cleaning up bong water. A pipe offers all the convenience of stay-at-home smoking without all the impending danger of a big, clunky bong full of filthy, gooey liquid. As an added bonus, your pipe can easily be taken on the road if necessary. It’s not as covert as a joint, but it’s much better for you because you suck at rolling joints. A pipe is a versatile, all-purpose smoking apparatus that mirrors your personality perfectly. Pipes are like the Willem Dafoe of smoking devices: they make everything a little bit awkward, but they’re versatile enough to fit a ny role. 118 kush
Joint You’re a social and adventurous person. If you’re smoking a joint, then you’re in one of three places: at Bob Marley’s grave, at a rock and/or rap concert, or ducking behind the auditorium with five other dads during the intermission of your kid’s poorly-executed, but surprisingly heartwarming third grade theater production of “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.” You don’t buy into the whole “smoke before you go” mentality. Instead, you prefer to smoke as you go and you welcome others to join in. This will pay off big time toward the end of your kid’s play, when you get to the Fizzy Lifting Drink scene and a third-grader dressed as an old man gets flown around the stage on cables while pretending he’s not completely terrified.
Vaporizer You are a seasoned veteran of smoking. You’re pro-level. You’re a formidable powerhouse of smoking efficiency. You’re like the Kobe Bryant of weed. Vaporizers are by far the most efficient, effective means of smoking. They’re also the healthiest and cleanest smoking method, which demonstrates that you’re concerned with your general well-being. You also probably realized that, while a vaporizer may require a considerable upfront investment, you’re going to save a lot of money on the back end (thanks to the vaporizer’s incredible efficiency). As an added bonus, you get to use the word “vapors” a lot more than most people do in everyday conversation, which makes you much cooler than everyone else.
You’re a planner. You’re always one step ahead of the game. You’re also heading out to a place that’s sure to be a) incredibly interesting, and b) not even remotely smoke-friendly. Whether it’s a laser light show at the observatory, your cousin’s clown college graduation party, or an advanced screening of Toy Story 3 in 3D, you’re fully prepared to exponentially increase the awesomeness of your experience. All you have to do is sit back, relax, and reap the benefits of your tremendous foresight. Also, is there anything better than eating and getting high at the same time? That’s called “multitasking” and you’re great at it.
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Colorado Cannabis Caregivers 2203 N. Weber St. Colorado Springs, CO 80907 (719) 634-7389
Altitude Organic Medicine 822 W. Colorado Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80905 (719) 313-9841
Colorado Cannabis Center 1905 N. Academy Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80909 (719) 574-4455
Altitude Organic Medicine 409 S. Nevada Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80903 719) 434-7918
Doctors Orders 2106 East Boulder St. Colorado Springs, CO.80909 (719)634-8808
Aromas & Herbs, LLC Go Green Cross 2514 W. Colorado Ave., Ste 206 Colorado Springs, CO 80904 (719) 930-9846
DrReefer.com 2231 E. Platte Ave. Colorado Springs, CO.80909 (719)434-7166
Cannabicare 1466 Woolsey heights Colorado Springs, CO 80915 (719)573-2262 Cannabis Connection of the Rockies 4850 Galley Rd. Colorado Springs, CO.80915 (719)42- CCMMJ( 422-2665) Canna Care 1675 Jet Wing Dr. Colorado Springs, CO 80916 (719) 596-3010 Canna Caregivers 3220 N. Academy Blvd., Ste 4 Colorado Springs, CO 80917 (719) 597-6685 Cannabis Therapeutics Caregivers Cooperative 907 E. Fillmore St. Colorado Springs, CO 80907 (719) 633-7124
Mountain Made Meds 5162 Centennial Blvd Colorado Springs,CO. 80919 (719) 528- MEDS (528-6337) Mountain Med Club 4465 Northpark Dr. Colorado Springs, CO 80907 (719) 599-4180 Natural Advantage Medical Marijuana Center 925 W. Cucharras St. Colorado Springs, CO 80905 (719) 533-1177 Natural Remedies MMJ 408 S. Nevada Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80903 (800) 985-7168
Emerald City Wellness 1353 S. 8th St. # 102 Colorado Springs, CO.80905 (719)344-8046
Nature’s Medicine Wellness Center 11 S. 25th St., Ste 220 Colorado Springs, CO 80904 (719) 213-3239
Epic Medical Caregiver 3631 Galley Rd. Colorado Springs, CO 80909 (719) 638-4596
Nature’s Way 5012 North Academy Blvd Colorado Springs, CO. 80918 (719)531- MEDS (531-6337)
Front Range Alternative Medicines P.O. Box 60744 Colorado Springs, CO 80960 (719) 213-0118
Old World Pharmaceutical 6347 E. Platte Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80915 (719) 393-3899
Genovation Laboratories 957 E. Fillmore St. Colorado Springs, CO 80907 (719) 632-6026
Pikes Peak Alternative Health and Wellness Centers 1605 S. Tejon St., Ste 101 Colorado Springs CO, 80905 (719) 575-9835
Marimeds 222 E. Moreno Ave. Colorado Springs, CO.80903 (719)634-8285
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DISPENSARY LISTING Pikes Peak Cannabis Caregivers 3715 Drennan Rd. Colorado Springs, CO 80910 (719) 216-5452 Pikes Peak Compassionate Care Center 2845 Ore Mill Rd. #6 Colorado Springs, CO 80904 (719) 633-8499 Sunshine Wellness Center 31 N. Tejon St., Ste 400 Colorado Springs, CO 80903 (719) 632-6192 THC (The Highland Collective) 332 W. Bijou St., Ste 101 Colorado Springs CO, 80905 (719) 442-6737 The Green Door Collective 3470 Chelton Loop N., Unit H Colorado Springs, CO 80909 (719) 574-1742 The Green Earth Wellness Center 519 N. 30th St. Colorado Springs, CO 80904 (719) 633-6337 The Healing Canna 3692 E. Bijou St. Colorado Springs, CO 80909 (719) 637-7645 The Highlands Cooperative 332 West Bijou St., Ste. 101 Colorado Springs, CO 80905 (719) 442-6737 The Organic Seed 2303 East Platte Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80909 (719) 375-3700 The Parc (Patient Activity Resource Center) 957 E Fillmore St Colorado Springs, CO 80904 (719) 632-6026 Today’s Health Care 1635 W. Uintah St., Ste E Colorado Springs, CO 80904 (719) 633-1300
Top Buds, LLC 575 Valley St.#10 Colorado Springs, CO.80915 (719) 591-7411 Tree of Wellness 1000 W. Fillmore St., Ste 105 Colorado Springs, CO 80907 (719) 635-5556 Trichome Health Consultants 2117 W. Colorado Ave. Colorado Springs CO, 80904 (719) 635-6337 U-Heal Apothecary 101 N. Tejon St., #102 Colorado Springs, CO 80903 (719) 465-3471 Westside Wellness Center 2200 Bott Avenue Colorado Springs, CO.80915 (719)422-2665
Watchpoint, LLC 5971 Omaha Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80918 (877) 277-6540
COMMERCE CITY Colorado Coalition of Caregivers 7260 Monaco St. Commerce City, CO 80022 (720) 987-3669 Top Shelf Hydroponics and Organic Gardening 7260 Monoco St. Commerce City, CO 80022 (303) 287-8118
CRESTONE High Valley Healing Center and CannaTea 400 Galena Ave. Crestone, CO 81131 (303) 877-7452
DACONO Dacono Meds 730 Glen Creighton Dr., Unit C Dacono, CO 80514 (303) 833-2321
DENVER Doctors Amarimed Dr. Alan Shackelford Denver, CO (720) 532-4744 CannaMed USA 6855 Leetsdale Dr. Denver, CO 80224 (877) 420-6337 or (303) 388-2220 Happyclinicdenver.com 1211 S. Parker Rd., #101 Denver, CO 80231 (720) 747-9999 Health Star Medical Evaluation Clinic 710 E. Speer Blvd. Denver, CO 80203 (303) 586-1200 Herbal Health Systems 2777 S Colorado Blvd. Denver, CO 80222 (720) 279-2379 or (877) 304-HERB The Medical Marijuana Doctors (MMD) 700 E. Speer Blvd. (2nd Floor) Denver, CO 80203 (303) 309-6704
Blown Glass and Accessories 4815 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220 (303) 388-1882 Head Quarters 1301 Marion St. Denver, CO 80218 (303) 830-2444 Heads of State 3015 W 44th Ave. Denver, CO 80211 (303) 433-6585 Herbal Daze Smoke Shop 4530 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220 (303) 333-1445
Herbal Daze Smoke Shop 6525 N. Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80221 (303) 427-1445 High Fashion Glass 42 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80209 (303) 766-5473 or (303) 766-5437 Mary Jayz Cool Stuff 4014 Tennyson St. Denver, CO 80212 (720) 855-7451
DENVER CENTRAL 5280 Wellness 1321 Elati St. Denver, CO 80204 (720) 296-1711 Advanced Medical Alternatives 1269 Elati St. Denver, CO 80204 (303) 351-WEED (9333) All Green Health Alternatives 2757 Bryant St. Denver, CO 80211 (303) 868-4753 or (303) 955-6552
Capitol Hill Medicine Shoppe 1410 Grant St., #B104 Denver, CO 80204 (303) 993-5777 Caregivers for Life of Cherry Creek 310 Saint Paul St. Denver, CO 80206 (720) 536-5462 Carribbean Connection 6th Ave. & Santa Fe Dr. Denver, CO 80204 (720) 209-2454 or (720) 217-6786 Cherry Creek Health 155 Cook St., #150 Denver, CO 80206 (303) 388-0086 Cherry Creek High Expectations 2719 E. 3rd Ave. Denver, CO 80206 (303) 955-7855 City Park Dispensary 3030 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206 (720) 389-9735
Alpine Herbal Wellness 313 Detroit St. Denver, CO 80206 (303) 355-HERB (4372)
Colorado Care Facility Medicinal Marijuana 5130 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220 (303) 953-8503
Alternative Medicine on Capital Hill 1401 Ogden St. Denver, CO 80218 (720) 961-0560
Colorado Caregivers Denver, CO (720) 258-6847
Back to the Garden Wellness Center 1547 Gaylord St. Denver, CO 80206 (720) 877-3562 Cannabis Medical 762 Kalamath St. Denver, CO 80204 (303) 912-2013 Canna Center 5670 E. Evans Ave., Ste 216 Denver, CO 80222 (720) 222-3454
Cured Therapeutics 877 Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80204 (303) 868-1269 Denver Relief 1 Broadway St. Denver, CO 80223 (303) 420-MEDS Discount Medical Marijuana 970 Lincoln St. Denver, CO 80203 (303) 355-9333
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DISPENSARY LISTING Front Range Dispensary Denver, CO 80203 (720) 620-4463 Go Dutch Collective 1111 Lincoln St. Denver, CO 80203 (720) 220-9029
Mile High Green Cross 852 Broadway St. Denver, CO 80203 (303) 861-4252
ALCC, LLC 2257 Curtis St. Denver, CO 80205 (303) 297-3435
Elevated Medical 3660 Downing St. Denver, CO 80205 (303) 530-4338
Natural Remedies 1620 Market St., Ste 5W Denver, CO 80202 (303) 953-0884
Nature’s Cure 2 2740 W. 9th St. Denver, CO 80204
Alternative Medicine On The 16th Street Mall 910 16th St., #805 Denver, CO 80205 (303) 623-1900
Great Scott’s Total Care 198 E. 45th Ave. Denver, CO 80216 (720) 304-5940
RiNo Supply Co 3100 Blake St. Denver, CO 80205 (303) 292-2680
GreenDocs L.L.C. 1550 Larimer St., Ste 309 Denver, CO 80202 (303) 339-0214
SNW 2030 E. 20th Ave. Denver, CO 80205 (303) 321-MEDS (6337)
Greenhouse Wellness Center 2403 Champa St. Denver, CO 80205 (720) 328-0412
Summit Wellness 2117 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205 (720) 407-8112
Green Cross of Cherry Creek 128 Steele St., Ste 200 Denver, CO 80206 (303) 321-4201
Pain Management of Colorado 110 Cook St., Ste 103 Denver, CO 80206 (303) 423-7246
Green Karma Medical 1115 Grant St., Ste G2 Denver, CO 80203 (303) 815-1585
Pride in Medicine 731 W. 6th Ave. Denver, CO 80204 (303) 999-0441
Greenwerkz 907 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80218 (303) 647-5210
Pure Medical Dispensary 1133 Bannock St. Denver, CO 80204 (303) 534-PURE (7873)
Harmony Project 1940 Blake St. #11 Denver, CO 80202 (303) 292-4420
Remedy Care Center 1850 S. Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80219 (303) 935-2694
Hawaiian Herbal Health Center 1337 Delaware St., #2 Denver, CO 80204 (303) 893-1200
Rocky Mountain Farmacy 1719 Emerson St. Denver, CO 80218 (720) 389-9002
Herbal Health 419 W. 13th Ave. Denver, CO 80204 (720) 542-8364 Herbs 4 You 20 E. 9th Ave. Denver, CO 80203 (303) 830-9999 Lincoln Herbal 424 Lincoln St. Denver, CO 80203 (303) 955-0701 Lodo Wellness Center 1617 Wazee Street Denver, CO 80202-5947 (303) 534-5020 Mile High Alternative Medicine Denver, CO 80203 (720) 289-9654
Tender Healing Care 1355 Santa Fe Dr., Ste F Denver, CO 80204 (720) THC-4-THC The Grasshopper Alternative Medicine 1728 E. 17th Ave. Denver, CO 80218 (303) 388-4677 The OG Collective Medical Marijuana Dispensary 82 S. Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80219 (303) 955-0070
DENVER DOWNTOWN 24/7 Health Care Centers 3535 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205 (720) 479-8756
Apothecary of Colorado 1730 Blake St., Ste 420 Denver, CO 80202 (303) 296-5566 Ballpark Holistic Dispensary 2119 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205 (303) 953-7059 Botanico, Inc. 3054 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205 (303) 297-2273 Budding Health 2042 Arapahoe St. Denver, CO 80205 (720) 242-9308 Cannabis Station 1201 20th St. Denver, CO 80205 (303) 297-WEED (9333) Denver Compassionate Caregivers 1538 Wazee St. Denver, CO 80202 (303) 623-7246 (PAIN) Denver Kush Club 2615 Welton St. Denver, CO 80205 (303) 736-6550 Denver Patients Group 2863 Larimer St., Unit B Denver, CO 80205 (303) 484-1662 Discount Medical Marijuana 2028 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80206 (303) 355-9333
J&J Green Clinic 3462 Walnut St. Denver, CO 80205 (303) 284-5610 Lotus 1444 Wazee St., Ste 115 Denver, CO 80202 (720) 974-3109 Mahooka Meds 2400 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205 (720) 536-0850
Tastee Yummees P.O. Box 181457 Denver, CO 80205 (720) 937-1559 The Farmacy 1400 Market St. Denver, CO 80202 (303) 260-7036 The Happy Harvest 2324 Champa St. Denver, CO 80205 (303) 997-4425
Mile High Cannabis 899 Logan St. Denver, CO 80203 (303) 955-6203
Timberline Herbal Clinic and Wellness Center 3995 E. 50th Ave. Denver, CO 80216 (303) 322-0901
Mile High Medical 424 21st St. Denver, CO 80205 (303) 296-3732
Zen Dispensary 26th Ave. & Ogden St. Denver, CO 80205 (303) 297-1466
Mind Body Spirit 3054 Larimer St. Denver, CO 80205 (303) 297-2273
MMD of Colorado 2609 Walnut St. City Denver, CO Zip 80205 (303)736-9642
Cannacopia 3857 Elm St. Denver, CO 80207 (303) 399-3333 City Floral 1440 Kearney St. Denver, CO 80220 (303) 355-4013
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DISPENSARY LISTING Colorado Care Facility 5130 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220 (303) 953-8503
Verde Dispensary 5101 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220 (303) 474-4489
Flavored Essentials 3955 Oneida St. Denver, CO 80207 (303) 377-0539
Herbal Care 2866 N. Colorado Blvd. Denver, CO 80207 (303) 321-4433 Jane Medicals 7380 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220 (303) 388-JANE New Millennium Solutions 1408 N. Oneida St. Denver, CO 80220 (720) 318-3275 Med Stop 5926 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220 (303) 573-6337 (MEDS) Rocky Mountain Farmacy 6302 E. Colfax Ave. Denver, CO 80220 (720) 389-9002 Stone Forest Bakery 846 1/2 Forest St. Denver, CO 80220 (720) 297-0990 Supreme Care Strains and Wellness Center 6767 E. 39th Ave., Ste 105 Denver, CO 80207 (720) 877-5216 The Clinic on Colfax Dispensary 4625 E. Colfax Denver, CO 80220 (303) 333-3644 The Healing Center of Colorado 1452 Poplar St. Denver, CO 80220 (720) 389-9285
Colorado Herbal Center 7316 N Washington St. Denver, CO 80229 (303) 287-6815 Denver Canna Club 4155 E. Jewell Ave. #903 Denver, Co 80222 (303) 578-0809 Doctors Orders 5068 N. Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80221 (303) 433-0276 Elite Cannabis Therapeutics 6401 N. Broadway, Unit J Denver, CO 80221 (303) 650-4005 Green Medical Referrals Clinic - Denver 5115 Federal Blvd., #9 Denver, CO 80221 (303) 495-5000 Medicine World 4950 East Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80222 (303) 300-5059 Nature’s Choice 2128 S. Albion St. Denver, CO 80222 (720) 447-3271
DENVER NORTHWEST Alive Herbal Medicine 4573 Pecos St. Denver, CO 80211 (720) 945-9543 Alternative Wellness Center 2647 W. 38th Ave. Denver, CO 80211 (720) 855-6565 or (720) 855-8040 Altitude Organic Medicine - Highlands 1716 Boulder St. Denver, CO 80211 (720) 855-MEDS (6337) B*GOODS MMJ Apothecary 80 S. Pennsylvania St. Denver, CO 80209 (303) 803-8256 or (303) 777-5239 BC Inc. 4206 W. 38th Ave. Denver, CO 80212 (720) 323-2383 or (720) 988-3184 Biocare 2899 N. Speer Blvd., Ste 105 Denver, CO 80211 (303) 455-3187 Cherry Meds 111 South Madison Street, #111 Denver, CO 80209 (303)399-MEDS
Chronic Wellness 3928 Federal Blvd. Rockbrook, Inc. 2865 S Colorado Blvd. Suite 323 Denver, CO 80211 (303) 455-6500 Denver, CO 80222 (303)756-0595 The Healing House 123 W. Alameda Ave. Denver, CO 80223 (720) 389-6490
DENVER NORTHEAST Golden Meds 4620 Peoria St. Denver, CO 80239 (303) 307-4645
Denco Alternative Medicine 2828 Speer Blvd., #117 Denver, CO 80211 (303) 433-2266 Denver Metro Cannabis Couriers 1562 S. Parker Rd., Ste 328 Denver, CO 80231 (720) 227-6939
Doc Danks 4785 Tejon St., Unit 101 Denver, CO 80211 (720) 276-5956 Grass Roots Health and Wellness 2832 W. 44th Ave. Denver, CO 80211 (303) 325-7434 Grassroots 3867 Tennyson St. Denver, CO 80212 (303) 420-6279 Herbal Connections 2209 W. 32nd Ave. Denver, CO 80211 (720) 999-6295 Herbal Spa 4347 Tennyson St. Denver, CO 80212 (303) 339-0116 Herbal Wellness, Inc. 3870 N. Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80211 (720) 299-1919 Highland Health 2727 Bryant St., Ste 420 Denver, CO 80211 (303) 455-0810 Highland Herbal Connections 2209 W. 32 Ave. Denver, CO 80211 (720) 999-6295 Highlands Square Apothecary 3460 W. 32nd Ave. Denver, CO 80211 (303) 433-3346 Kushism 2527 Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80211 (303) 477-0772 Kushism 3355 W. 38th St. Denver, CO 80212 (303) 477-5171
Local Caregivers of Colorado 5316 Sheridan Blvd. Denver, CO 80214 (720) 233-5482 Mary Jayz Natural Therapeutics 4900 W. 46th Ave. Denver, CO 80212 (720) 855-7451 Platte Valley Dispensary 2301 7th St., Unit B Denver, CO 80211 (303) 953-0295 Pure 3533 W. 38th Ave. Denver, CO 80211 (720) 335-6336 Sunnyside Alternative Medicine 1406 W. 38th Ave. Denver, CO 80211 (303) 720-6761 Sweet Leaf Inc. 5100 W. 38th Ave. Denver, CO 80212 (303) 480-5323 The Cosmic Company 3460 W.32nd Ave. Denver, CO 80211 (303) 433-3346 The Giving Tree of Denver 2707 W. 38th Ave. Denver, CO 80211 (303) 477-8888 The ReLeaf Center 2000 W. 32nd Ave. Denver, CO 80211 (303) 458-LEAF (5323) The Tea Pot Lounge 2008 Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80211 (303) 656-9697 Therapeutic Herbal Comfort, LLC Denver, CO 80214 (720) 298-8909
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DISPENSARY LISTING Total Health Concepts 2059 Bryant St. Denver, CO 80211 (303) 433-0152
Healing Buds 468 S. Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80219 (303) 936-0309
Urban Dispensary 2675 W. 38th Ave. Denver, CO 80211 (720) 389-9179
Mother Nature’s Miracle 315 W. Littleton Blvd. Denver, CO 80210 (303) 794-3246
Organameds 2020 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210 (720) 862-7544
A Cut Above 1911 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210 (720) 536-8965 Broadway Wellness 1290 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210 (303) 997-8413 Cannabis 4 Health 1221 S. Pearl St. Denver, CO 80210 (720) 296-7563 Colorado Alternative Medicine 2394 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210 (720) 379-7295 Daddy Fat Sacks 945 South Blvd. Denver, CO 80219 (303) KIND-BUD Delta 9 Caretakers LLC 2262 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210 (720) 570-2127 Denver Patients Center, LLC 2070 S. Huron St. Denver, CO 80223 (303) 733-3977 Earth’s Medicine 74 Federal Blvd., Unit A Denver, CO 80219 (720) 542-8513 Ganja Gourmet 1810 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210 (303) 282-9333
Patients Choice of Colorado 2251 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210 (303) 862-5016
DENVER SOUTHEAST 303 Cannabis Inc. 1800 S. Sheridan Blvd., #303 Denver, CO 80232 (720) 934-5388 A Mile High LLC 63 W. Alameda Ave. Denver, CO 80223 (303) 722-3420 Alternative Medicine Of Southeast Denver 6853 Leetsdale Dr. Denver, CO 80224 (720) 941-8872
Altitude Organic Medicine - South Rocky Mountain Caregivers 2250 S. Oneida St., Ste 204 285 S. Pearl St. Denver, CO 80224 Denver, CO 80209 (303) 756-8888 (720) 746-9655 BuddingHealth THC: The Herbal Center 4955 S. Ulster St., #105 1909 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80237 Denver, CO 80210 (303) 770-0470 (303) 719-4372 Colorado Cannabis The Candy Girls Services Denver, CO 80219 1842 S. Parker Rd, Unit 18 (303) 219-6020 Denver, CO 80247 (720) 984-6543 The Health Center Cronergy 2777 S. Colorado Blvd. 4101 E. Louisiana Ave., #320, Denver, CO 80222 Denver, CO 80246 (303) 758-9997 (720) 382-1287 The Kind Room 1881 S. Broadway Denver CO, 80210 (720) 266-3136
Green Around You 970 S. Oneida St., Ste 17 Denver, CO 80224 (303) 284-9075
The Wellness Shop 5885 E. Evans Ave Denver CO, 80222 (303) 756-3762
Green Cross Caregivers 1842 S. Parker Rd. Denver, CO 80231 (303) 337-2229
Walking Raven Dispensary 2001 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210 (720) 327-5613
Green Ribbon Clinic 4155 E. Jewell Ave., #403 Denver, CO 80222 (720) 296-8035
Wellspring Collective 1724 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80210 (303) 733-3113
Herban Wellness Inc. 4155 E. Jewell Ave., #405 Denver, CO 80222 (877) 702-4MMJ (4665)
Karmaceuticals 4 S. Santa Fe Dr. Denver, CO 80223 (303) 76-KARMA
Rocky Mountain Farmacy 2420 S. Colorado Blvd. Denver, CO 80222 (720) 389-9002
Little Brown House 1995 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80223 (303) 282-6206
Rocky Mountain Marijuana Dispensary 1126 S. Sheridan Blvd. Denver, CO 80232 (303) 219-4884
Little Green Pharmacy 1331 S. Broadway Denver, CO 80223 (303) 722-2133
Sleeping Giant Wellness 45 Kalamath St. Denver, CO 80223 (303) 573-3786
Medical Marijuana for Wellness 1240 S. Parker Rd., #100 Denver, CO 80231 (720) 629-3476
Southwest Alternative Care 1940 W. Mississippi Ave. Denver, CO 80223 (303) 593-2931
Metro Cannabis Inc. 4101 E. Wesley Ave., Ste 1 Denver, CO 80222 (720) 771-9866 or (720) 542-3022 Metro Cannabis on Hampden Inc. 3425 S. Oleander Ct., Unit B Denver, CO 80224 (720) 365-5307 Mile High Quality of Life 2186 S. Holly St., #106 Denver, CO 80222 (720) 933-1857 Mile High Remedies 4155 E. Jewell Ave., Ste 310 Denver, CO 80222 (303) 419-3896 Mile High Wellness 6740 E. Hampden Ave. Denver, CO 80237 (720) 382-8516 Rockbrook, Inc. 2865 S. Colorado Blvd., Ste 323 Denver, CO 80222 (303) 756-0595 Rocky Mountain Alternative Medicine 1479 S. Holly St. Denver CO, 80222 (303) 758-9114
SweetLeaf Compassion Center 5301 Leetsdale Dr. Denver, CO 80246 (303) 955-8954 Tetra Hydro Center 9206 E. Hampden Ave. Denver, CO 80231 (303) 221-0331 Very Best Medicine (VBM Club) 6853 Leetsdale Dr. Denver, CO 80224 (720) 941-8872 Wellness Center 330 S. Dayton St. Denver, CO 80247 (303) 856-7798
DENVER SOUTHWEST SUBURBS 420 Wellness 2960 S. Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80236 (303) 493-1787 Alameda Wellness Center 183 W. Alameda Ave. Denver, CO 80223 (303) 736-6999 CannaMart 3700 W Quincy Ave., #3702 Denver, CO 80236 (303) 730-0420
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DISPENSARY LISTING Clovis, LLC 4000 Morrison Rd. Denver, CO 80219 (303) 284-3165 Green Tree Medical, LLC 3222 S. Vance St. Denver, CO 80227 (720) 838-1652 Home Sweet Home 20 Sheridan Blvd. Denver, CO 80226 (303) 922-8777 Mr. Stinky’s 314 Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80219 (720) 243-0246 (303) 736-6188 Mile High Therapeutics 1568 S. Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80219 (720) 389-9369
EGDEWATER Greenwerkz 5840 W. 25th Ave. Edgewater, CO 80214 (303) 647-5210 Northern Lights Natural Rx 2045 Sheridan Blvd., Ste B Edgewater, CO 80214 (303) 274-6495
EDWARDS New Hope Wellness Center 210 Edwards Village Blvd., B-110 Edwards, CO 81632 (970) 569-3701 Rocky Mountain High 105 Edwards Village Blvd. Edwards, CO 81632 (970) 926-4408
Nature’s Cure 4283 W. Florida Ave. Denver, CO 80219 (303) 934-9503
Green Belly Co-OP 3330 El Dorado Springs Dr. Eldorado Springs, CO 80025 (720) 381-6187
Rocky Mt. Organics 1015 W. Evans Ave. Denver, CO 80223 (720) 479-8905
Rocky Mountain Patient Services 934 S. Federal Blvd. Denver, CO 80219 (303) 922-9385 or (720) 882-5521
DURANGO Nature’s Medicine Durango 129 E. 32nd St. Durango, CO 81301 (970) 259-3714 Nature’s Own Wellness Center 927 Highway 3 Durango, CO 81301 (970) 259-0283
ADG Herbal Medicine 11 W. Hampden Ave. Englewood, CO 80113 (720) 278-0419 Nature’s Kiss Medical Lounge 4332 S. Broadway Englewood, CO 80113 (303) 564-9690
Best Card, LLC 6955 E. Caley Ave. Englewood, CO 80111 (303) 741-2313
FORT COLLINS/GREELEY A Kind Place 123 Drake Rd. Ste. B, FT. Collins, CO 80525 (970) 282-3811 Bonnee and Clyde’s Caring Cannabis Fort Collins, CO 80526 (970) 443-6206 BuddingHealth 1228 W Elizabeth St., Ste D8 Fort Collins, CO 80521 (970) 484-6337 Campus East MMJD 1740 S. College Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80525 (970) 817-1965 Colorado-CHRONIX Medicinal Cannabis Community Fort Collins, CO 80526 (970) 227-3366 Colorado Wellness Providers 1425 Cape Cod Cir. Fort Collins, CO 80525 (970) 217-0900 Emerald Pathway 4020 S. College Ave., Ste 11 Fort Collins, CO 80525 (970) 377-9950 Friendly Fire 1802 Laporte Ave. Fort Collins, CO 80521 (970) 631-8776 Generations Natural Medicine 2006 8th St. Greeley, CO 80631 (970) 353-2839
Colorado Patient Coalition 9460 Federal Blvd. Federal Heights, CO 80260 (303) 667-6032
Kind Care of Colorado 6617 South College Ave Fort Collins, CO 80526 (970)232-9410
Front Range Dispensary, LLC 8876 N. Federal Blvd. Federal Heights, CO 80260 (303) 429-2420
Medicinal Gardens of Colorado 420 S. Howes St., Ste D (Stone House) Fort Collins, CO 80521 (970) 217-0575
Northern Colorado Natural Wellness 1125 W. Drake Rd. Fort Collins, CO 80526 (970) 689-3273 Solace Meds 301 Smokey St., Unit A Fort Collins, CO 80525 (970) 225-6337 Table Mesa Wellness Center 1612 Laporte Ave. Fort Collins, CO.80521 (970)672-0888
FRANKTOWN S.E.C.A.M. (Serving Parker, Elizabeth, Castle Rock) 7517 E State HWY 86 (720) 346-2772 or (303) 660-2650
FRISCO Bioenergetic Healing Center 842 N. Summit Blvd #13 Frisco, CO 80443 (970) 668-3514 Medical Marijuana of the Rockies 720 Summit Blvd., Ste 101A Frisco, CO 80443 (970) 668-MEDS
GARDEN CITY Cloud 9 Caregivers 2506 6th Ave. Garden City, CO 80631 (970) 352-4119 The Generations Natural Medicine 2647 8th Ave. Garden City, CO 80631 (907) 353-2839
GLENDALE Nature’s Best 4601 E. Mississippi Ave. Glendale, CO 80246 (303) 386-3185
GEORGETOWN Clear Creek Wellness Center 1402 Argentine St. Georgetown, CO 80444 (303) 569-0444
GLENWOOD SPRINGS Green Medicine Wellness 1030 Grand Ave. Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 (970) 384-2026 Peaceful Warrior Medical Marijuana LLC 216 6th St. Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 (970) 485-5286
GOLDEN Golden Alternative Care 807 14th St., Ste A Golden, CO 80401 (303) 278-8870 Rocky Mountain Organic Medicine 420 Corporate Cir. #I Golden, CO 80401 (720) 230-9111
GRAND JUNCTION Doobies, LLC 239 27 ¼ Rd, Ste 1 (on frontage road) Orchard Mesa/Grand Junction, CO 81503 (970) 242-2281 Elk Mountain, LLC 477 30 Rd. Grand Junction, CO 81504 (970) 270-7229 or (970) 270-7452 Green Natural Solutions, LLC 753 Rood Ave., Unit 3 Grand Junction, CO 81501 (970) 424-5331 Heavenly Healing, LLC 1225 N. 23rd St. #106 Grand Junction, CO 81501 (970) 242-2488
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DISPENSARY LISTING Herbal Paradise 2454 Hwy 6 & 50 Grand Junction, CO 81505 (970) 424-5264 High Desert Dispensary, LLC 1490 North Ave., Ste S Grand Junction, CO 81501 (970) 424-5357 High Desert Dispensary Highly Herbal 555 North Ave., Ste 4 Grand Junction, CO 81501 (970) 778-5151 Mesa Alternative Health and Wellness 605 Grand Ave. Grand Junction, CO 81501 (970) 424-5264 Naturals 624 Rae Lynn Dr. Grand Junction, CO 81505 (970) 424-5291 Nature’s Alternative 496 28 Rd. Grand Junction, CO 81504 (970) 245-2680 Nature’s Medicine 1001 Patterson Rd #1 Grand Junction, CO 81506 (970) 424-5393 Weeds 719 Pitkin Ave. Grand Junction, CO 81501 (970) 245-4649
HIGHLANDS RANCH Hatch Wellness Center 3624 E. Highlands Ranch Pkwy., #105 Highlands Ranch , CO 80126 (303) 470-9270
IDAHO SPRINGS Mountain Medicinals, Inc. 1800 Colorado Blvd., Ste 5 Idaho Springs, CO 80452 (303) 567-4211
LAFAYETTE 420HighWays, LLC 201 E. Simpson St., Ste B Lafayette, CO 80026 (720) 434-5210 Ka-tet Wellness Services 489 N. Highway 287, Ste 201 Lafayette, CO 80026 (303) 665-5599
LAKEWOOD Alternacare 830 Kipling St. Lakewood, CO 80215 (303) 462-1070 or (303) 386-5865 Bud Med Health Centers 2517 Sheridan Blvd. Lakewood, CO 80214 (720) 920-9617 Denver Mile Hydro 355 S. Harlan St. Lakewood, CO 80226 (303) 935-GROW (4769) Green Tree Medical 3222 S. Vance St., #230 Lakewood, CO 80227 (720) 838-1652 Lakewood Patient Resource Center 7003 W. Colfax Ave. Lakewood, CO 80214 (303) 955-5190 Meadows Wellness Center 1701 Kipling St., Ste 104 Lakewood, CO 80215 (720) 435-3830 Mr. Nice Guys 12550 W. Colfax Ave., Unit 119 Lakewood, CO 80215 (303) 233-6423 Natures Herbal Solution 9699 W. Colfax Ave., Unit A Lakewood, CO 80215 (303) 232-2209 Pain Wellness Center 2509 Sheridan Blvd. Lakewood, CO 80214 (720) 404-0174
Post Modern Health 5660 W. Alameda Ave. Lakewood, CO 80226 (303) 922-9479 Rocky Mountain Ways, LLC 1391 Carr St., Unit 303 Lakewood, CO 80214 (303) 238-1253 Rocky Mountain Wellness Center 1630 Carr St., Unit C Lakewood, CO 80214 (303) 941-7883
Colorado Medical Marijuana LLC 2 W. Dry Creek Cir. Littleton, CO 80120 (303) 625-4012 Footprints Health 8250 W. Coal Mine Ave., Unit 4 Littleton, CO 80123 (720) 981-2818 Green Mountain Care 5423 S. Prince St. Littleton, CO 80120 (303) 862-6571
Therapeutic Herbal Comfort Southwest Alternative Care 12078 W. Jewell Ave. 2100 W. Littleton Blvd., Suite 50 Lakewood CO, 80228 Littleton, CO 80120 (720) 298-8909 (720) 237-3079
Herbal Health Systems 1630 Carr St., Ste A Lakewood, CO 80214 (720) 279-2379 or (877) 304-HERB
The Hemp Center 2430 W. Main St. Littleton, CO 80120 (303) 993-7824
Herbal Health Systems 10475 Park Meadows Dr., Ste 600 Littleton, CO 80124 (720) 279-2379 or (877) 304-HERB
Heads of State 9715 W. Colfax Ave. Lakewood, CO 80215 (303) 202-9400 Lazy J’s Smoke Shop 10672 W. Alameda Ave. Lakewood, CO 80226 (303) 985-2113
LARKSPUR Larkspur Herbal Services (Inside Pony Express-o Cafe) 9080 S. Spruce Mountain Rd. Larkspur, CO 80118 (303) 681-3112
LITTLETON A Cut Above 2690 W. Main St., Unit C Littleton, CO 80120 (303) 999-0857 Blue Sky Care Connection 1449 W. Littleton Blvd., Ste 10 Littleton, CO 80120 (720) 283-6447 CannaMart 72 E. Arapahoe Rd. Littleton, CO 80122 (303) 771-1600
LONGMONT Botanic Labs 1110 Boston Ave., Ste 210 Longmont, CO 80501 (303) 260-8203 Colorado Patients First 1811 Hover St., Ste H Longmont, CO 80501 (303) 449-1170 Herbal Medix 10763 Turner Blvd, No. 3 Longmont, CO 80504 (303) 718-8543 Longmont Cannabis Club 650 2nd Ave, Ste A Longmont, CO 80501 (720) 340-1420 Nature’s Medicine 1260 S. Hover Rd., Ste C Longmont, CO 80501 (303) 772-7188
New Age Wellness 625 Main St. Longmont, CO 80501 (720) 381-2581 Stone Mountain Wellness 600 Airport Rd. Longmont, CO 80503 (303) NUG-WEED or (303) 803-3062 The Apothecary 1314 Coffman St. Longmont, CO 80501 (720) 210-3986 The Blueberry Twist 725 Main St. Longmont, CO 80501 (303) 651-7842 The Zen Farmacy 323 3rd Ave., Ste 3 Longmont, CO 80501 (303) 774-1ZEN (1936)
Doctors CannaMed USA 650 2nd Ave, Ste B Longmont, CO 80501 (877) 420-MEDS
High Society Smoke Shop 608 9th Ave. Longmont, CO 80501 (303) 502-7620
LOUISVILLE AlterMeds 1156 W. Dillon Rd., #3 Louisville, CO 80227 (720) 389-6313 Compassionate Pain Management 1116 W. Dillon Rd., Ste 7 Louisville, CO 80027 (303) 665-5596
LOVELAND BuddingHealth 1479 W. Eisenhower Blvd. Loveland, CO 80537 (970) 635-3280 Chronic Illness Alternative Medicine 129 S. Cleveland Ave. Loveland, CO 80537 (970) 593-1180
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DISPENSARY LISTING Green Medical Referrals Clinic 1505 N. Lincoln Ave. Loveland, CO 80538 (303) 495-5000 Magic’s Emporium 2432 E. 13th St. Loveland, CO 80537 (970) 397-1901 (970) 667-4325 Marry Janes 4229 W Eisenhower Blvd., Ste B2 Loveland, CO 80537 MedicalM, LTD (970) 669-5105 Nature’s Herbal Relief Center 528 E. Eisenhower Blvd. Loveland, CO 80537 (303) 219-6834
Tea Alchemy 98 Hwy 119 South, Ste 2 (303) 258-3561
NORTHGLENN Green Medical Referrals Clinic - Northglenn 10781 Washington St. Northglenn, CO 80233 (303) 495-5000
PAGOSA SPRINGS Good Earth Meds PO Box 1149 Pagosa Springs, CO 81147 (970) 731-2175
PALISADE Colorado Alternative Health Care 125 Peach Ave., Unit B Palisade, CO 81526 (970) 424-5844
Nature’s Medicine 843 North Cleveland Ave. Loveland CO, 80537 (970) 461-2811
A Kinder Way 10290 S Progress Way, Ste 204 Parker, CO 80134 (303) 325-5187
Colorado Medical, LLC 11257 Tumbleweed Way Parker, CO 80134 (303) 588-0372
Headquarters Emporium Dispensary 310 Main St. Lyons, CO 80540
MONUMENT Palmer Divide Green Meds (303) 912-2818
Green Point Insurance Group 11479 S. Pine Dr. Parker, CO 80134 (303) 841-8999
Grateful Meds 110 Snyder Street Nederland CO, 80466 (303) 258-7703
Grassland Greenhouse LLC Pueblo, CO 81004 (719) 671-8857
NEDICATE, LLC 150 N. Jefferson St., Ste B-3 Nederland, CO 80466 (303) 258-7141 NedMeds (303) 258-7981 One Brown Mouse/ Cannabis Healing Arts 35 and 95 E. First St. Nederland, CO 80446 (303) 258-0633
Medimar Ministry 112 Colorado Ave. Pueblo, CO 81004 (719) 545-0100
PUEBLO WEST Marisol Therapeutics Wellness Center 177 Tiffany Dr. Pueblo West, CO 81007 (719) 547-4000 or (800) 584-MARI (6274) Organic Solutions 356 S. McCulloch Blvd # 106 Pueblo West, CO 81007 (719) 547-5179
SALIDA Medical 420 7595 West Hwy 50 Sailda, CO 81201 (719) 214-9515
SILVERTHORNE High Country Healing 191 Blue River Pkwy Silverthorne, CO 80497 (970) 468-7858
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS Natural Choice Co-Op, LLC 1169 Hilltop Pky #104C Steamboat Springs, CO 80487 (970) 846-7785 Rocky Mountain Remedies 2750 Downhill Plaza #205 Steamboat Springs, CO 80487 (970) 871-2768
THORNTON Street Glass 8671 Washington St. Thornton, CO 80229 (303) 301-5117
WESTMINSTER Colorado Patient Coalition 9460 Federal Blvd. Westminster, CO 80260 (303) 810-8667
Herbal Remedies 3200 W. 72nd Ave. Westminster, CO 80030 (303) 430-0420
Herbal Health Systems 1014 Eagleridge Blvd., Unit A Pueblo, CO 81008 (720) 279-2379 or (877) 304-HERB
The Healing Center 8020 Federal Blvd. Westminster, CO 80031 (303) 412-0200
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Herbal Health Systems 10955 Westmoor Dr. Westminster, CO 80021 (720) 279-2379 or (877) 304-HERB
WHEAT RIDGE Cannabis Kindness 4045 Wadsworth Blvd. #306 Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 (303) 431-4994 Clone Depot 3505 Kipling St. Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 (303) 547-2252 NatuRx 10107 W. 37th Pl. Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 (303) 420-9427
WINDSOR A New Dawn Wellness Clinic 520 ½ Main St. Windsor, CO 80550 (970) 599-6896 In Harmony Wellness 4630 Royal Vista Cir. Windsor, CO 80528 (970) 222-5555 Medigrow Wellness Clinic 1292 Main St., Unit 1 Windsor, CO 80550 (970) 686-1200
A20labs Fort Collins, CO 80524 (303) 909-4541 Alternative Health Center Littleton, CO 80165 (720) 227-5816 ApotheKary 48 Denver, CO 80209 (720) 237-1715 Chronic Express Denver, CO 80224 (303) 656-7300 ClearLabs Windsor, CO 80550 (720) 785-4788 Colorado Cannabis Therapy, LLC Grand Junction, CO 81501 (970) 460-3017 Colorado’s Absolute Alternative Denver, CO 80205 (720) 327-8572 Cream Denver, CO (303) 949-3618 Crystals Creations Pueblo, CO 81007 (912) 322-2346
Comfort Care Centers 1750 East Highway 24 Woodland Park, CO 80863 (719) 687-2221
Denver Metro Medical Cannabis Couriers Denver, CO 80203 (720) 227-6939
Eagle’s Nest Sanctuary Woodland Park, CO 80863 (719) 687-2928
Dignity Group LLC Denver, CO 80218 (303) 238-4428
Dr. Green Genes Denver, CO 80202 (720) 329-3643
303 Delivery Service Denver, CO 80224 (303) 993-7022 or (970) 586-5865
List of Advertisers GeNEDics Medical Delivery Service Nederland, CO 80477
TLC of Colorado Longmont, CO 80501 (720) 207-1324
Greenfaith Ministry Nunn, CO 80648 (307) 221-2180
Victory Gardens Grand Junction, CO 80501 (970) 314-5725 Zen Cafe Denver, CO 80203 (720) 306-8339
Greenlight Care Grand Junction, CO 81501 (970) 609-MEDS (6337) Herbal Delivery Services Denver, CO 80210 (303) 868-0242 MariMed Denver, CO 80202 (303) 669-7684 MedicalM, LTD Loveland, CO 80537 (970) 669-5105 MetroMeds Delivery CO Denver, CO (303) 923-5806 Mobile Dispensary LLC Denver, CO 80220 (303) 396-5710 Nature’s Medicine Loveland Loveland, CO 80537 (970) 672-0454 Nature’s Medicine Pagosa Pagosa Springs, CO 81447 (970) 507-0148 Nature’s Own Wellness Center Durango, CO 81301 (720) 663-9554 Pueblo Delivery Service Pueblo, CO 81007 (330) 703-7500 Sublime Wellness Center Denver, CO 80203 (720) 382-0890 The Kind Farmacy Denver, CO 80204 (720) 309-7771
OTHER BUSINESSES 8 Rivers Restaurant 1550 Blake St. Denver, CO 80202 (303) 623-3422 CQB K-9 www.cqbk9.com (719) 494-0345 Dazys www.dazys.info (303) 818-0083 Dragon Chewer http://dragonchewer.com/ (213) 973-DRGN
420 Wellness p 87
Herbal Wellness Inc p 103
A Cut Above p 47
Herban Wellness Inc p 37
ADG Herbal Medicine p 9
Herbs 4 You p 26
Advanced Medical Alternatives p 87
High Country Medical Solutions p 56
ALCC, LLC p 30
Highland Health p 111
Altermeds LLC p 116
High Society p 43
Alternative Medicine on Capitol Hill p 83
Karmaceuticals p 19
Alternative Medicine Colorado Springs p 83
Kushism p 5 & centerfold
Altitude Organic Medicine p 39 Amarimed p 76 Ballpark Holistic p 64 BC Inc. p 51 BioCare p 59 Blown Glass p 54 Boulder Kush p 14 Boulder MMJ p 7 Broadway Wellness p 3 BuddingHealth 32 & centerfold Canna Health p 15 Canna Mart p 24 Canna Med p 14 Cannabicare p 65 Cannabis Connection of the Rockies p 63 Cannabis Kindness p 64 Cannabis Therapeutics p 36 Cannacopia p 36 Canna-pothecary p 85
Longmont Cannabis Club p 14 Medical Marijuana Business Alliance p 95 Medical Marijuana Connection p 14 Metro Cannabis p 25 METRO CANNABIS on Hampden p 106 Mile High Medical p 71 Mile High Green Cross p 57 Mile High Medical Gardens p 56 Mile High Remedies p 10 MMD of Colorado p 74 Mountain Medicinals p 86 Natural Advantage 420 p 74 Natural Remedies MMJ p 55 Nature’s Best p 74 Nature’s Cure p 110 Nature’s Kiss p 11 Naturx LLC p 23 Northern Lights Natural RX p 86 Patient’s Choice p 113
Cherry Meds p 111
Plant Medicine Expo HealthCare Provider Conference p 107
City Floral p 68
Post Modern Health p 107
City Park Dispensary p 69
Pure Medical Dispensary p 93
Clear Creek Wellness p 69
Remedy Care Center p 91
Cloud 9 Caregivers p 130
Rocky Mountain Marijuana Dispensary p 92
Colorado Alternative Medicine p 4
Rocky Mountain Organic Medicine p 119
Colorado Cannabis Caregivers p 85
Rocky Mountain Ways p 86
Comfort Care Centers p 64
SAFER p 80
Plant Medicine Expo HealthCare Provider Conference www.plantmedicineexpo.com (303) 991-6196
Daddy Fat Sacks p 116
Sleeping Giant Wellness p 110
Southwest Alternative Care p 91
Denver Canna Club p 12, p 110
Special Kinds p 76
Denver Kush Club p 2
Summit Wellness p 41
Denver Patients Center LLC p 64
Sunnyside Alternative p 81
Denver Patients Group p 20 & 21
Sweet Leaf p 91
RxHydro www.rxhydro.com (304) 69Hydro (304) 694-9376
Doctors Orders p 27
The Giving Tree of Denver p 69
Dr. Alan Shackelford p 76
The Grasshopper Alt. Medicine p 89
Emerald City Wellness p 71
The Green Earth Wellness p 46
Emerald Pathway p 76
The Healing House p 31
EZ ATM p 46
The Health Center p 29
Flavored Essentials p 77
The Hemp Center p 23
Golden Meds p 75
The Kind Room p 117
Grassroots p 113
The Releaf Center p 42
Greenhouse Wellness Center p 46
Today’s Health Care p 131
Green Point Insurance Group p 116
Top Buds LLC p 71
Happyclinicdenver.com p 115
U Heal Apothecary p 70
Hatch Wellness Center p 19
Universal Herbs p 115
Healing Buds p 61
Urban Dispensary p 42
Herbal Connections LLC p 49
VBM p 14
Herbal Health Systems p 95
Walking Raven Dispensary p 46
Herbal Remedies (insert)
Westside Wellness p 42
Herbal Spa p 85
Zen Farmacy p 43
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