Pax vaporizers brand has developed one of the most high-tech vapes on the market. The Pax Era vape pen has its own app and prefilled pods for weed concentrates.
Colorado marijuana regulations have changed, including a new purchase measure for flower, edibles and concentrates. Here’s a look at product equivalencies.
Scott Thorn, chief operating officer of The Clinic, talks on The Cannabist Show about concentrates trends and why his business saw a 400% sales increase.
Pot-concert poster child (and we mean child in every sense of the word here) Lil Wayne threw a tantrum of epic proportions.
A Cannabist reader recently commented: “I believe concentrates should only be available for medical sale.” Do you agree or disagree?
Featured guests: Cannabist concentrates columnist Ry Prichard and OpenVape CEO Ralph Morgan. [podcast] LOTS TO TALK ABOUT • Plans in Colorado to cap recreational THC amounts • A new line of vape pens for high end consumers • Can concentrates become the normal means of consumption, overtaking cannabis flower? TOP…
Featured guests: Columnist Ry Prichard and OpenVape CEO Ralph Morgan. Talking Colorado pot potency, cannabis concentrates and more.
Denver marijuana business Advanced Medical Alternatives is voluntarily recalling 133 individually packaged grams of cannabis concentrates because they contain potentially dangerous pesticides banned for use on pot plants in Colorado. It’s the city’s 11th pesticide-related recall of cannabis products in three months.
Are you familiar with flower, and educated on edibles, but curious about concentrates? If so, here’s some beginner’s advice on where to start.
University of Denver marijuana law professor Sam Kamin and Cannabist writer Ry Prichard, a concentrates expert, talk with marijuana editor Ricardo Baca. Hot topics: Denver proposal to allow more places for pot use, employer policies for marijuana testing and the mysterious world of concentrates. [podcast]
On this week’s Cannabist Show, we catch up with the University of Denver’s marijuana law professor Sam Kamin and pot concentrates expert Ry Prichard.
The way cannabis concentrates can be quickly consumed is a double-edged sword. But they offer other benefits, including intense flavor and the ability to be discreet.
Learn about the different types of marijuana concentrates in the marketplace and how they’re made: kief, water hash, CO2 oil, butane hash oil and rosin.
There are many ways to consume marijuana concentrates, from vaping to dabbing, and it can be a pricey and overwhelming endeavor. Learn about the options.
A discussion about why marijuana concentrates are such a complex issue under the law, the common views of concentrates that are misguided and more.
Even though it was a Monday afternoon and not the weekend, you couldn’t tell by the sheer volume of people at what appeared to be the busiest day yet for the three-day U.S. Cannabis Cup at the Denver Mart.
A measure to study changes to how marijuana edibles should look to prevent accidental ingestions by children is getting signed into law in Colorado.
A measure that focuses on marijuana concentrates advanced out of a Senate committee Thursday, while a separate measure dealing with past pot convictions faltered.
Bills setting restrictions on marijuana edibles in Colorado have cleared the state House unanimously. The bills approved Monday would set possession limits for concentrated forms of marijuana such as hash oil.
A Colorado House bill that would establish equivalences between marijuana flowers and concentrates, and a bill regarding edibles both moved forward.
Colorado may set new limits on edible marijuana and concentrated forms of the drug. Colorado lawmakers are scheduled to begin work Thursday on two bills that would tweak state marijuana laws.
Its co-owners were sentenced to prison earlier this year and now the last vestiges of the once-vast Sweet Leaf marijuana dispensary network are being plastered over as a new chain takes over its final three locations.
The advisory cited “potentially unsafe pesticide residue” on marijuana flower, trim, concentrates, and infused-products cultivated by Mile High Medical LLC dba MMJ America Uptown.
The Colorado Department of Revenue has issued a safety and health advisory after potentially unsafe pesticide residues were found on certain medical marijuana plant material and products.
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper [cq comment=”cq”]issued an executive order along with a health and safety advisory Wednesday warning people not to use marijuana cultivated by Colorado Wellness Centers [cq comment=”cq”]because the company used unapproved pesticides.