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We don't blame you if recent reports scared you away from vaping anything, especially cannabis. But those vaping-related lung illnesses and deaths were linked to black-market products, and Colorado's marijuana industry is now prohibited from using the additives vitamin E acetate, polyethylene glycol (PEG) and MCT oil. But you never had to worry about using that shit in the first place if you bought Dablogic products. A branch of Verde Natural, one of Denver's danker dispensaries, this solventless hash vaping company takes the same approach to filling cartridges with rosin as the green-thumbs do with growing terp-heavy strains like Strawnana or Tropicanna Cookies. Those terps are preserved and highlighted in each rip of Dablogic's cartridges, which feel more like a dab than a vape hit.

For whatever reason, you don't see many cannabis brands born in Colorado Springs taking over the world, despite that city's being home to over 100 medical marijuana dispensaries. Concentrate maker Apothecary Extracts and its arm of dispensaries, Apothecary Farms, have bucked that trend, thanks largely to the sticky gold coming out of the hash lab. Potent, affordable slabs of shatter and sauce-laden THC diamonds of Ambrosia — Apothecary's terp-sauce concoction — have helped the brand gain a reputation for solid, stanky products throughout Colorado and beyond.

Adding 10 milligrams of THC or less to coffee might seem counterproductive to some, since caffeine and cannabinoids don't always seem to mix well, leaving you riding waves of jitters and lethargy without being able to add two plus two. However, Canyon THC has discovered the rare harmonious blend of the two wonder drugs, and our clear favorite is the nitro version. A thick, creamy nitro-brewed coffee mixed with 10 milligrams of THC won't get regular edibles eaters stoned, but it will get you ready to crush the day without a tense stomach or anxious nerves, while the THC/CBD version (2.5 milligrams of each) can do the same for lower tolerances. Don't worry about tasting any weed in this can (you won't); after adding a splash of milk or creamer, your biggest challenge will be stopping at just one.

You can find CBD products anywhere from 7-Eleven to Walgreens, but good luck getting any educated help there — or finding anything more than lotion, for that matter. But at Color Up Therapeutics, a Denver-based CBD company and store, you can find CBD products along with news of CBD spa services, yoga classes, education courses and massage sessions. Co-founders Shauna Blanch, Bryce Conley and Will Parker aren't new to the game, having taught the community about CBD and hosted local event organizers for over five years now. You can buy Color Up's CBD oil, capsules, salves, deodorants and pet products around the world, but why not try them out at a fantasy factory?

Hemp foods have more potential than they’re given credit for, but much of that failure to launch is because of how expensive hemp milk, seeds and protein powder are compared to other plant-based health foods. Mocu, a Denver-based health food manufacturer, seems to have figured out how to sell quality hemp-based food ingredients without charging as though they were weed edibles. Our favorite right now is the hemp protein flour, packed with twenty amino acids, antioxidants and some of those good fats you’re always reading about. Hemp flour doesn’t rise, so you can only substitute about a third of it for traditional baking flour, but the ratio works out perfectly, limiting hemp’s nutty, piney flavor in homemade bread, smoothies, crackers and even flapjacks.

Last year, the International Church of Cannabis unleashed BEYOND, a guided meditative laser light experience set against artist Okuda San Miguel's painted work on the congregation's walls. But despite the church's name, visitors can't smoke weed there because of public pot consumption laws. That's where My 420 Tours come in. The cannabis-friendly tour service has partnered with the church for a new class, starting with a drive to a dispensary and food hall on a 420-friendly tour bus before heading to Beyond, so you're properly stoned and well fed before one fun, trippy experience.

There aren't a ton of options for social cannabis use in Denver, but private pot club Tetra 9 has figured out how to provide a club-like space for tokers without making you feel like you're at an ICP concert. Local rappers, DJs and cannabis brands frequently host parties and performances at Tetra, which holds weekly karaoke and game nights to keep regulars entertained. Although Tetra is a private, members-only club to avoid city rules that ban indoor cannabis smoking at public places, signing up for a daily or monthly membership at the RiNo cannabis lounge doesn't cost much and can be done the same day as your visit. Can't smoke where you live, or just want to leave the house because your Midwestern parents are visiting? You betcha, Tetra.

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