Know Your Plant
Marijuana refers to dried leaves and flowers from the cannabis plant. Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis Indica are the most commonly consumed marijuana plants.
Higher THC: Good for day-time use. It generally delivers a cerebral high.
Effects: Energy, appetite stimulation, enhanced creativity, and helps relieve depression.
Higher CBD: Good for night-time use. It generally creates a body high.
Effects: Sedative, helps relieve anxiety and pain. Causes sleepiness.
A mix of both Sativa and Indica.
Effects: Depending on the hybrid, it can have more Indica properties or Sativa properties. Be sure to check the label.
Know The Compounds
Marijuana plants contain compounds called “cannabinoids” that produce different affects when consumed. Some of the most understood of these compounds include THC (psychoactive), CBD (non-psychoactive), CBN (sedative), and CBC (analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic).
THC – Tetrahydrocannabinol
Most psychoactive compound that provides pain relief, may reduce aggression, can stimulate appetite, and reduce nausea.
Causes a “high” leading to an altered perception of time and space. It also can create feelings of happiness or fatique.
CBD – Cannabidiol
Non-psychoactive compound offering relief for a wide range of symptoms including pain, anxiety, inflammation, seizures, MS, PTSD and more.
CBN – Cannabinol
Pronounced sedative properties aiding in pain relief and insomnia, with little to no psychoactive effects.
CBC – Cannabichromene
Has analgesic, anti-inflammatory and very promising antibiotic properties.
Over 100 different terpenes have been identified in the cannabis plant. They give cannabis varieties their smell and taste with distinctive flavors like citrus, berry, mint, and pine. Terpenes also help account for the unique effects induced by each cannabis strain by modifying how much THC passes through the blood-brain barrier.
Ways To Smoke
Joint | Pipe | Water Bong | Vape Pen
To avoid inhaling smoke, a vaporizer “vape pen” can be used. These devices contain a battery-powered heating element that vaporizes concentrated cannabis oils, waxes or dry herbs. It pulls the active ingredients (including compounds like THC and CBD) from the marijuana and collects the vapor in a storage unit. That vapor is then inhaled until the desired effect is reached.
Rules of The “Road”
We are cash & Debit only
No cell phones
Your purchase cannot leave Colorado
Keep out of reach of children and pets
Use in private
Public space, Federal land (including ski resorts) and your car are not legal places to consume
Only 1 ounce per person limit
= 800mg edibles
= 8 grams concentrates
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