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Marijuana for Medical Professionals Returns to Denver – Oct 14-16th

September 29th, 2018

The Biennial Marijuana for Medical Professionals Conference is one of the most comprehensive professional cannabis conferences in the country. It’s the longest running medical cannabis conference in Colorado, offering certified Continuing Medical Education credits for doctors, nurses, health care professionals, and anyone looking to continue their medical education in cannabis. It also offers expert training for budtenders, dispensaries, MIPs, and labs, that count for Continuing Education credits. I’m excited to say I’ll be attending as press to bring you exclusive coverage of the event! I... Read More

Treating ITBS with Cannabis

September 8th, 2018

If you’re thinking about becoming active, there are a few things to consider to avoid injuries. If you’re already living an active lifestyle, you don’t want an injury to slow you down. However, many athletes who participate in activities where the knee is bent repeatedly experience a common injury. Most commonly called the overuse injury, running, cycling, hiking and walking long distances can cause iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS) or IT band syndrome. Mostly affecting endurance athletes, the injury affects tissue that runs from the hip down past the knee. Usually, the injury manifests as... Read More

“Wake Up, You Need to Make Money!”

May 15th, 2017

Congratulations Graduates!  Now what? Just like the Twenty One Pilots song, “Stressed Out,” it time to wake up!  You’ve got the degree — but the traditional job market is saturated with thousands just like you.  If you want to get those student loans repaid fast, go where the grass is always greener…Take the alternative route and try a career in the cannabis industry.  Check out this infographic to see how you can use that new degree and start earning a decent salary fresh out of college. Peace, Love, and the Power of Cannabis! Lori You must be at least 21 years... Read More

All Cannabinoids Are Not Considered Equal

April 4th, 2017

One question I get from customers on a daily basis is, “what has the highest THC?” That question bothers me because nobody buys other things based on the highest potency offered. People do not go to the liquor store every time and ask for Everclear. By only looking at the options for the highest in THC customers limit themselves to very few products, and just because something has the highest THC does not necessarily make it the best option. Cannabis has different levels of potency throughout its life. When a plant is harvested, it can have one level of potency. Then, it can have another potency... Read More

Teaching Your Parents About Cannabis

March 21st, 2017

Senior citizens have become the fastest growing group of cannabis consumers since 2009. The federal government made cannabis illegal in 1937. For most their lives our parents have only known this unprocessed plant to be off limits. However, the times they-are-a-changing. Walk into any cannabis shop and many friendly faces in there will resemble your parents. Cannabis is practically made to accommodate and improve the quality of life for those advancing in age, so give it a try. Unfortunately, to start, I am going to have to see their identification. Colorado has an odd compliance law that makes... Read More

Buds with Benefits: 5 Ways Marijuana Makes Us Healthier

February 21st, 2017

By now it’s no secret that there’s more to marijuana than meets the high. Not only can marijuana provide an enchanting recreational experience, but it also offers a myriad of health advantages to those who use it. Here are just five of the ways that the powerful cannabis plant benefits the body naturally.  1. It helps improve lung function. Yes, really. It may seem counterintuitive, but studies show that the use of marijuana actually improves lung function. The Journal of the American Medical Association published the findings of a longterm study that tested more than 5,000 adults... Read More