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Three great works of literature, almost certainly influenced by cannabis consumption

It’s no secret that literary genius has frequently throughout history been paired with an altered state of mind. Ernest Hemingway has alcohol, Samuel Taylor Coleridge had opium, and Hunter S. Thompson had a cornucopia of psychotropic substances. As such, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that cannabis was involved with more...

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Edible review: Blue Kudu Fruit Juiced Gummies

The weekend before I went into all-out social isolation due to COVID-19, I was on the hunt. Not for scant toilet paper or pasta, mind you, but for some weed. See, while I’m already a bit of a complete and total hermit, the idea of zero human contact for weeks indefinitely sounded, shall we say, depressing, and I was hell bent...

The International Church of Cannabis is exactly what it sounds like

For at least 3,500 years, cannabis has been used as an enethogen, a chemical substance used in religious and spiritual contexts. While the religions that prohibit the use of intoxicating substances also tend to fall on the anti-weed side of the spectrum, others — from ancient, Vedic-period India to modern-day Rastafari — have...

Get Outta Town: Try not to steal Colorado’s almost-420 mile marker

Stratton, Colorado, a tiny town of about 650 people, sits on Interstate 70, just west of the border with Kansas. It has an ice cream store, a restaurant, and a nine-hole golf course. What it’s probably most famous for, though, is the mile marker sign that stands, at least in theory, just east of I-70 at exit 419.

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Edibles review: Dutch Girl Caramel Waffles

If you’re a seasoned marijuana user, it can be a challenge to hit that sweet spot — you know, that solid melt-into-your-couch kind of high — without consuming, say, 98,438,573,845 mg of weed.

Recently, I had a few house guests over that also have that exact problem. They’re daily users of the green and at this point in...

Strain review: GMO from Prohibition Herb

Hi there. If you’re my neighbors, I’d like to take this time to reassure you that the coughing and choking you heard from my home last weekend was not me spreading seeds of COVID-19 all over. It was me choking on a bowl of some of weed — well, a bowl of GMO from Prohibition Herb, to be exact. I know it sounded like I was...

Will coronavirus be the tipping point for Colorado approving weed deliveries?

We’re lucky enough to live in a time where technology and businesses are focused on convenience and are making social isolation due to the coronavirus a bit easier on the brain. Unfortunately, a lot of legislation (on all levels of government) is a bit behind the times, and it’s safe to say that it’s biting us in the ass hard...

Strain review: Strawberry Cough from The Green House Durango

It seems appropriate — or even strangely silly — that we’re reviewing a strain called Strawberry Cough in the midst of a pandemic that causes people to cough like a bunch of choking stoners, yet here we are. This is real life, folks. Buckle up, I guess.

Anyway, we are indeed reviewing a strain called Strawberry Cough...

Edible review: Dragonfruit-flavored Phyx Water by Spherex

I wasn’t super sure how to feel when the four-pack of Phyx Water appeared in the mail. I’m not super big on edibles — I generally try to avoid drooling on myself and talking nonsense, which is what happens when I take one — and that’s precisely what Phyx is. Or, so I thought anyway.

I learned very quickly that Phyx is...

Can cannabis help with the prevention and symptoms of coronavirus?

So you’ve got COVID-19, or you’re worried about catching it, or you’re one of the few survivors of the coronavirus apocalypse reading a scrap of this article, trying to piece together how society collapsed and you’re wondering whether cannabis could have helped treat or prevent the spread of the disease.

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Inside the world of Colorado's edibles

Cannabis edibles are older than heck, first showing up in anthropological records around 1500 BCE in ancient India – in the form of bhang, a paste made by grinding buds and leaves. They show up again in Renaissance writer Bartolomeo Platina's “On Honorable Pleasure and Health,” the first printed...

Wake and bake your way through these Southwest Colorado bud and breakfasts

One of the best parts of taking a trip somewhere is the chance to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of routine. As good citizens of the green state of Colorado, I think, or at least HOPE, we can all agree that one of the best ways to relax is by smoking doobies. That’s right – we’re taking a hard...

Strain review: LucidMood vapes from Prohibition Durango

You know a product is good when a ton of different people – some of whom rarely smoke; others who are regular imbibers; some who have shied away from cannabis because of panic attacks – all like it, even with their unique, individualized preferences.

That was the case with the LucidMood vape pens, which are disposable...

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