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High Country Healing  Was featured on The Guardian today, Friday April 9th 2016, in a piece by Jonathan Thompson. In the two years since Colorado legalized cannabis, chefs in the state have been finding new ways to make a meal of it. Our friends over at Cultivating Spirits are also mentioned. Read the excerpt below and make sure you click through to read the whole article. ___ “As a chef, I take cannabis as seriously as any other ingredient. That...
Acommon rule of thumb suggest terpene yields above 0.5% beta-myrcene produce an indica dominant effect for the cannabis consumer. This terpene is distinguished by its musky, earthy, clove, and pungent aromatic qualities as well as its link to sedating, analgesic (pain killing) and anti-inflammatory effects. Yet, perhaps what is most interesting about this terp, is that it potentiates the effects of THC, meaning it helps your CB1 receptions in your brain receive and absorb even more THC. In other words,...
Phillip Wolf: I got into the cannabis space in 2009. I opened one of the first dispensaries in Colorado Springs when the medical boom hit Colorado after the Colorado Department of Public Health Environment changed regulations to really allow this industry to thrive.