“You have people coming to Colorado and they’re at high altitude and they use marijuana and they’re not sure what to expect and they end up in the emergency room.”
Summit County leaders want to partner with local dispensaries to add a symbol similar to “Mr. Yuk” of the 1970s on the packaging of edible marijuana products.
Congressman Pete Sessions used a speech at an opioid epidemic summit Tuesday to suggest that marijuana is the gateway to addiction.
“Good music and good cannabis can really make me feel the same way,” said keynote speaker Steve DeAngelo, “they both activate the brain-heart connection, they stimulate each other and put one in touch with the other.”
Arrests have soared in Breckenridge, Dillon and Silverthorne, where all three police departments have already made more arrests this year than they did in all of 2015.
Lauren Hoover, the free-spirited Breckenridge budtender featured in the CNN documentary “High Profits,” has been in a coma since a March 2 car accident in Summit County.
Three Summit County men have been arrested on drug charges for mailing marijuana through the U.S. Postal Service after a yearlong investigation by Breckenridge police and the U.S.
A high-profile racketeering lawsuit against a proposed Summit County marijuana shop and companies that did its banking, bonding and accounting settled in U.S. District Court earlier this month — a substantial victory for cannabis opponents hoping to stun legalization efforts in America.
A 22-year-old Oklahoma man fatally shot himself with his gun on Saturday while on a family ski vacation in Colorado, according to reports from the Summit County sheriff’s and coroner’s offices.
There have been 178 fake ID cases originating from Breckenridge marijuana shops since Jan. 2017, according to the town’s municipal court. The numbers vary widely month-to-month.
The interstate traffic, notably visitors from New Mexico and Texas, are what drive sales to Las Animas County, said Trinidad City Manager Greg Sund.
Cannabutter, the complete guide: how to make cannabutter, calculating edibles potency and making your own edibles with recipes galore.
Colorado’s Office of Behavioral Health announced this week that Frisco and Montrose will both receive marijuana tax funding for new mental health facilities serving the Western Slope.
A cannabis suppository, blending THC and CBD, provided relief from menstrual cramps for one user in 20 minutes, lasting up to 20 hours.
Breckenridge police have arrested a 19-year-old man and identified a juvenile suspect in two similar marijuana burglaries at the same pot shop in the past several weeks.
Three of the four marijuana lawsuits filed against Colorado officials and businesses were organized and at least partially funded by out-of-state anti-drug organizations and socially conservative law firms, a Denver Post analysis shows.
A how-to guide for calculating THC potency when making BHO edibles instead of using traditional cannabutter for marijuana recipes.
In February, High Country Healing’s Andrew Salini was smoking with a few friends when one of them rolled a smaller joint — a mini joint, if you will. The trio passed it around, and Salini marveled at how something that looked so small was able to satisfy the group.
Colorado pot tourism: While curiosity is still at odds with social stigmas, tours with Cultivating Spirits or a stay at Breck Haus are enlightening options.
Author Neal Pollack explores the Rockies: ‘The Bud+Breakfast felt like a halfway house for people who need to transition into the reality of legalized marijuana, but not everyone wants to spend their holiday getting stoned on a couch with strangers.’
Ohio resident and former boy band star Nick Lachey is among five investors in one of 10 marijuana grow centers that would be created across the state under a proposed ballot issue.
Get info on how to make cannabutter or canna-oils and reasons to use the water method versus going without, with tips from Colorado chef Jessica Catalano.
Much of Colorado’s regulatory debate around edibles has focused on preventing accidental ingestion. But the manner in which edibles affect a person raises the question whether more should be done to educate buyers before they leave the shop.
Here are 15 of the most intriguing questions readers had for Ask The Cannabist columnist Susan Squibb in the first year of recreational marijuana sales in Colorado. Queries ran the gamut from what’s now legal (and what’s still illegal) to the products for sale in pot shops to quests for 1970s strains and cooking with weed.
Topics for this Q&A installment include signing up for a cannabis tour to get an inside look at one of Colorado’s commercial cultivation facilities, plus other questions from readers about penny stock investing and searching online for specific strains.