Do you need a medical card to buy the medicinal strains in Colorado, specifically CBD oil (real CBD, not the industrial hemp versions)? I am confused because many of the dispensaries seem to list the CBD oil under their medical menu.
Also, does anyone have recommendations of dispensaries to buy CBD oil in Colorado?
Thank you greatly for your help.
This is straight from Joey the owner of Ajoya in Colorado:
“There are medicinal strains on the retail market as well as the medical market. Some centers carry them and some don’t. At Ajoya, we grow Harla-Tsu (last tested at 9% CBD & 6% THC) and Canna-Tsu (last tested at 21% CBD & 1% THC). And we generally process some of it into oil as well. We also have a variety of other infused CBD products. ”
I hope this helps. Have a great trip out to Colorado!
I see you were confused a while back about buying cbd oil at Colorado. I have done my research on cbd oil and it seems that it will help me. I would appreciate if you have any recommendations of buying the CBD oil at Colorado. Thanks
If you’re in Denver, CO there are a lot of CBD oil options. Native Roots off 16th Street Mall has just re-opened as a 100% CBD dispensary.
Also, we curate our own offering of CBD at the My 420 Tours gift shop. We work with local, full spectrum makers like Ambary Gardens and VESL — the tour guests love that they can take these products with them legally across state lines!
Here’s a post we recently did on cannabis oil. I also recommend our Concentrates Class if you’re in town!