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It’s not unusual to have a ton of questions about your Boulder, Colorado cannabis dispensary, the rules are still relatively new and if your a tourist this information is critical to your Colorado Marijuana experience. We highly suggest reading the states information regarding marijuana use and the rules behind it and read through our frequently asked questions to ensure your safety and compliance with Colorado marijuana laws.
Any adult over the age of 21 can purchase cannabis with a valid government-issued ID or Passport. Unfortunately, an expired ID or out-of-state paperwork will not be accepted at any dispensary in Colorado by law. Marquis Cannabis Boulder location is considered Virtual Separation, which means even Medical Patients must be 21 + to be served.
No, Colorado is not a reciprocal state so medical marijuana cards from other states cannot legally be accepted in Colorado. If you are 21 years of age, you can still purchase from a recreational dispensary.
*Some states that offer reciprocity. Be sure to check the local laws before assuming you can use your medical marijuana card.
Retail 21+: As a legal adult, you can purchase up to an ounce at a time with a limit of 1 oz, or 28 grams, in your possession. However, there are a few equivalencies to keep in mind: 800mgs of edibles = 8 grams of concentrates = 1 oz of flower.
Medical Use: With a medical card you are allocated a minimum of 6 plants and are allowed to purchase up to 2 oz (56 grams) per day. The equivalencies for medical products are a little different, as 1 gram of flower = 1000mg of edibles = 1 gram of concentrates. There is no limit to the amount of THC there is per package of edibles on the medical side.
A wide variety of products are available at our store and can be viewed online here.
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Retail marijuana is intended for private, personal use. Such use is only legal in certain locations not open or accessible to the public. Marijuana may not be consumed openly or publicly.
No, it is illegal to consume marijuana in or around a licensed store. It is also illegal to smoke at indoor-but-public locations such as bars, restaurants and common areas in buildings.
Yes. Marijuana may be carried in cars but it may not be in an open container and cannot cross state boundaries. It is illegal to use or consume marijuana in a motor vehicle and it is illegal to drive under the influence of marijuana.
Yes. The legal limit for driving after smoking marijuana is 5 nano-grams or less of delta 9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) per milliliter of blood. Anyone with 5 or more nano-grams of THC in his or her blood can be arrested for DUI.
No. Denver International Airport prohibits the possession, use, display and transfer of marijuana on its property. Other Colorado airports have similar rules, though some are less stringent than others.
Not a problem. If you are 21 years of age with a valid passport you may shop at Marquis Cannabis!
A valid Driver’s License issued by any state within the United States or a U.S. Territory*.
*Please note that temporary paper driver’s licenses are not acceptable.
A valid driver’s license is acceptable until midnight the day of expiration.
A valid Passport booklet (does not need to be issued in the United States).
A valid Identification Card, issued by any state, for the purpose of proof of age.
A valid Military ID.
Simply put, Sativa strains tend to make you feel uplifted and energized, Indica strains tend to make you feel relaxed and sleepy, and Hybrid strains fall in between the two.
Terpenes are organic compounds found in most plants, including cannabis. They are aromatic oils that lend cannabis strains their unique smells and flavors. Individual terpenes often come with unique effects.
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