1. Can Senior Citizens Benefit from Cannabis?

    Calling all seniors! Are you one of the many seniors who is considering using cannabis, but unsure of the cannabis compounds or methods of consumption? Cannabis could be right for you. I'm going to break down the two major compounds and the methods of consumption. The two main compounds of cannabis are THC and CBD. THC is the psychoactive compound in cannabis.  It is good for pain relief, reducti…Read More

  2. “Beyond Organic” Farming: Organic Integrated Pest Management

    With the growing concern over pesticide use on cannabis, many growers are taking a more organic approach to pest management. When bugs start to take hold in the grow room some of the best options are ones that nature designed to fight the problem instead of relying on synthetic products. For every insect that eats your plants, there is a predatory insect that hunts down and eats it.  That is how …Read More

  3. Medical Marijuana Registry Cards – Acceptable Formats

    Staying up-to-date with the latest changes in the Marijuana industry can be a lot to handle but we have you covered.  While this has been in effect since January 1st, 2017 it was recently updated on December 12th, 2017.  The key takeaways are the two acceptable formats that your Medical Marijuana Registry card can be: A hard copy of your registry card A Portable Document Format ("PDF") of your …Read More

  4. Is Medical Flower really more Potent? The Differences Between Medical and Recreational Cannabis

    Today in Colorado, there are over 500 licensed medical marijuana centers. These centers, or dispensaries, allow medical marijuana patients to purchase products designed to alleviate symptoms from a plethora of ailments. Many of these dispensaries, like Choice Organics, also serve the recreational cannabis market. The question many customers and patients alike are asking – what is the difference?…Read More

  5. Battling the Opioid Epidemic: Opioid Abuse and How Cannabis Can Help

    Opioid prescription drug abuse is at an epidemic high in the United States. It is estimated that between 26.4 and 31 million people abuse opioids worldwide, and more than 2.1 million are living in the United States.  Per the Nation Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), the total number of opioid pain relievers prescribed in the United States has skyrocketed in the past 25 years.  The number of prescr…Read More