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Ask a Stoner: Which Dispensaries Carry CBD Strains?

Ask a Stoner: Which Dispensaries Carry CBD Strains?EXPAND
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Dear Stoner: What dispensaries carry CBD strains? It’s hard to find good CBD strains out there.
Cindy

Dear Cindy: I can confidently tell you that most Denver-area dispensaries carry CBD-heavy products, if not CBD-heavy strains, too. Any chain — the Green Solution, LivWell, Native Roots, Green Dragon — typically has at least one in-house CBD strain, and so do plenty of wholesale growers and mom-and-pop dispensaries. However, the ratios of CBD and THC can fluctuate from strain to strain, ranging anywhere from 1:1 to 20:1. If you want something specific, it’s best to look at online dispensary menus from Jane, Leafly and Weedmaps, or call ahead. (Note: If you take your chances on a pot shop that doesn’t update its inventory, you could end up driving around town on a wild goose chase.)

Harlequin is a popular CBD strain in Colorado.
Harlequin is a popular CBD strain in Colorado.
Herbert Fuego

Some of my favorite shops that carry CBD strains are L’eagle (Cannatonic), Kind Love (Spectrum #12), House of Dankness (CBD OX) and the Clinic (Pre-’98 Bubba Kush), but that’s just a sliver of the vast selection of CBD strains, edibles and concentrates in this city. Start with dispensaries you’re familiar with; if they don’t have what you’re looking for, don’t be afraid to ask your budtender what other shops might.

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