HOW TO SAFELY USE CANNABIS DURING A PANDEMIC
Puff, puff, pass is a thing of the past! If you plan to smoke socially, be prepared!
• Avoid sharing your smoking/vaping accessories and joints.
• If you must share, thoroughly wipe down the mouthpiece of your smoking/vaping device with alcohol and let air dry before the next person takes a hit. You can use alcohol wipes that are commonly found in First Aid kits or just use the rubbing alcohol that you keep around to clean your pieces. Double check that it is at least 60% alcohol, which is the lowest limit recommended by the CDC (Center for Disease Control) for sanitization purposes.
• Keep alcohol wipes handy in your pocket if you share your smoking accessories.
• If you like to smoke in groups remember to space yourselves 6 feet apart per recommendation by the CDC. This will minimize your chances of coming into contact with the virus.
• Did you rip it a little too hard and are coughing? Make sure to turn away from anyone nearby and cough into your elbow. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water once you have recovered.
• Are you standing next to the person coughing after a big hit? Give them extra space!
• Everyone should wash their hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water after completing a group smoke session.
Need to swing by your favorite dispensary for some extra goodies during this stressful time?
• Place an order online to limit your exposure to others in public! Check out silverstemcannabis.com for your sweet local deals.
• While you’re at the dispensary do not touch the display counters.
• If you accidentally touch the display cases, feel free to use the hand sanitizer provided by the dispensary.
• Wash your hands after handling cash.
We have also provided Social Distancing markings on the sales floors of all our dispensaries. Please respect fellow shoppers safety by standing on marked X's. Please and thank you!
Inside CannaMart, a Greenwood Village "wellness counseling" center that connects medical- marijuana patients with the medicine they seek
Earlier today, we told you about a lawsuit aimed at Centennial for closing CannaMart, a medical marijuana dispensary, in mid-October.
A medical marijuana dispensary that had already filed a lawsuit against Centennial is now suing the City of Littleton for denying it a license to operate.
Earlier today, we told you about a lawsuit aimed at Centennial for closing CannaMart, a medical-marijuana dispensary, in mid-October.
Arapahoe County District Judge Christopher Cross ruled Wednesday that the city of Centennial could not use federal law as a justification
Despite a preliminary court victory last December, CannaMart, Centennial’s now-closed medical-marijuana dispensary, will not be allowed to reopen in the city anytime soon.
Thieves target a medical marijuana dispensary in what police believe was supposed to be a quick smash and grab.
Yet, in October, the city of Centennial decided to close down his East Arapahoe Road office down.
CannaMart’s three-year battle with the city appears to be nearing an end, thanks to an open slot in the four-dispensary limit.
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