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Where can I smoke marijuana?

Cannabis products can be consumed only on private property with the property owner’s permission. If you think about it, the rules for consuming marijuana are similar to those surrounding alcohol: you can’t walk down the street drinking a beer, nor can you walk down the street smoking a joint. This makes things tricky for tourists, but hotels are private property, and the only other thing you’ll need is the property owner’s permission. So, all you must do is go to the front desk at your hotel and ask if it’s okay to smoke marijuana in a designated area, or in your smoking room. I know it seems weird to walk up to a hotel receptionist and ask if it’s cool to smoke pot out front, but trust me, they get the same question hundreds of times daily, so they won’t think it’s weird at all. 

How much of an edible should I consume?

If you’ve never consumed a cannabis edible, we recommend taking 5mg at most, and then waiting at least an hour and a half before consuming more. It can take a while for an edible to kick in, and once you eat it, you cannot un-eat it, so it’s best to “start low and go slow.” Consuming too much THC can be an uncomfortable experience, and most edibles in Colorado deliver 10mg per serving, so with these, it’s always best to at least cut the serving in half for a 5mg trial, or to cut the serving in quarters for a 2.5mg test serving. 

How much cannabis can I buy at a time?

Per day, you’re allowed to purchase one ounce of flower, or 800 milligrams in edibles, or 8 grams of concentrate, or any combination of the three. We’ll always help you figure out your purchase limits because we simply cannot go over them, and because they’re a little tricky. 

A good way to think about purchase limits would be to imagine a pie cut into 8 pieces. Each piece is worth on eighth of flower, or 100mg in edibles, or 1g in concentrate. So, for example, if you purchased 4 eighths of flower (which would be a half-ounce), you could still purchase 2 grams of hash and 2 100mg gummy packs. If you’d like clarification, please feel free to call us at any time: (970) 424-5888. 

Can I travel with marijuana?

It’s illegal to fly with cannabis products because you’re in federally controlled airspace, and marijuana cannot cross state lines. But other than that, it’s perfectly legal to travel from point A to point B within Colorado.