Stay Educated

Rocky Mountain Cannabis in no way guarantees that the information below is definitive. Please refer to State or local law enforcement if you have questions or doubts and always refer and comply with all warning labels on product packages.

Be responsible. know the laws.

- If you’re under 21, don’t even think about it

In order to purchase, possess, or use recreational cannabis in the State of Colorado, adults must be at least 21 years of age or older and provide a valid government issued ID. It is illegal to share any cannabis products with someone under the legal age of 21, including family members and friends.

- It ‘s illegal to consume in public

Using cannabis in any form in public places is prohibited. This includes roads and sidewalks, music and sporting venues, dispensaries, bars, restaurants, ski resorts, state and national parks, campsites, playgrounds, and any other public area. A private home or property is your best bet, but keep in mind that landlords and property managers can restrict the use of cannabis, so make sure to check before consuming.

- Federal land is off limits

Cannabis is legal in the State of Colorado, however it is still federally illegal. That being said, it is illegal to consume or possess cannabis on federal land such as a national park or forest in Colorado.

- Cannabis products cannot leave Colorado

It is illegal to take or mail any cannabis products out of the State of Colorado.  Cannabis is banned at all Colorado airports so make sure to properly dispose of any product before leaving.

- Don’t drive high

Driving high is unsafe and can lead to a DUI charge in Colorado. The law states that it is illegal to drive with 5 nanograms or more of THC in your system. Keep yourself and others safe by allowing 8 hours to pass after consuming before stepping behind the wheel of a motor vehicle. Keep all cannabis products out of reach in the trunk of your car while driving.

- 1 ounce is the limit

Adults 21 years of age and older can purchase and possess up to 1 ounce of cannabis. This is also equal to 800mg of edibles and 8000mg of concentrate.

- Dispensaries are the only place to purchase

Licensed retail dispensaries are the only legal place to buy cannabis in the State of Colorado. It is illegal for anyone without a business license to sell cannabis. It’s also illegal for anyone to purchase cannabis from someone who doesn’t have a license to sell it.

terminology
Sativa strains tend to promote creativity and functionality and lead to a more productive buzz. However, because of it's more cerebral effect, some consumers find sativa strains to lead to paranoia and anxiety.
Indica strains generally provide a sense of deep body relaxation and are believed to be physically sedating, perfect for relaxing with a movie or as a nightcap before bed.
Hybrid cannabis strains are a blend of sativa and indica families and are usually broken into three categories: sativa-dominant, indica dominant and 50/50 hybrids. Hybrid strains are frequented by consumers looking for a nice balance between the two.
Dosage
Everyone is different
Beginner Consumer: 1-5mg
Occasional Consumer: 5-10mg
Frequent Consumer: 10-15mg
Start with low doses to avoid over consumption
Edibles can take up to 4 hours to take effect
Do not mix cannabis with any other substances
In a case of over consumption, contact the Colorado Poison Control Center at
1-800-222-1222

Cannabinoid guide

Cannabinoids are a group of active compounds found in the cannabis plant that give the plant its medical and recreational properties. We’re able to benefit from the effects of cannabinoids because our bodies contain the endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS is made up of a network of cell receptors that allow the body to interact with cannabinoids, giving us high or relaxed feelings. Scientists have successfully isolated 113 cannabinoids, but here is a list of a few of our favorites and their benefits.

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)
- Psychoactive
- Most prominent cannabinoid
Cannabidiol (CBD)
- Nonpsychoactive
- Anti-cancer properties
Cannabinol (CBN)
- Highly sedative
- Appetite stimulant
- Often found in indicas
Cannabigerol (CBG)
- Nonpsychoactive
- Chemical parent of THC and CBD