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2016

Blog Posts in 2016

  • What Exactly Is Instagram's Cannabis Policy?

    If you follow The Station on Instagram, you may have noticed that we haven't posted any photos recently. This is because, earlier this month, Instagram has deleted our account. Unfortunately, this has been an issue for countless individuals and businesses in the cannabis community as the social platform continues to crackdown on cannabis-oriented accounts without clarifying what their cannabis ...
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  • Denver Will Vote On Social Cannabis Use

    This November, Denver voters will decide whether or not to allow social use of cannabis in establishments like bars and cafes. The measure, called "City of Denver Cannabis Consumption Pilot Program," requires that establishments seek permission from city-registered neighborhood organizations before allowing the smoking or consumption of cannabis on their premises. As the Denver Post reports, the ...
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  • DEA Will Not Reclassify Marijuana in 2016

    Earlier this year, marijuana advocates anticipated that the Drug Enforcement Agency would announce a reclassification of cannabis from a Schedule I to a Schedule II substance. Unfortunately, it now appears that the agency will not announce a change in classification in 2016. As Westword reports, representative in the DEA's public affairs office has announced that agency officials "do not have a ...
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  • The Difference Between THC & CBD

    Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) are the two major components of the cannabis plant and the compounds that we, as cannabis consumers, interact with. While cannabis has seen a spike in popularity here Colorado, the public's understanding of these two compounds remains minimal and misconceptions persist. Below, let's take a look at these two compounds and their effect on the human ...
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  • How to Save Money at The Station

    Regular cannabis use can bring a lot of positive things into our lives—but it is also an expense. At The Station, we understand this and in an attempt to not only defray these costs but better serve the local cannabis community here in Boulder, we offer a number of different ways to save money at our dispensary. Early Bird Discount Monday through Saturday, The Station offers a 10% Early Bird ...
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  • Reusable Childproof Containers Available at The Station

    At The Station, we are proud to offer Re:stash cannabis container jars for customers ready to make a mindful environmental decision with their cannabis purchase. In fact, we're so committed to more sustainable decisions in the cannabis community that we're even offering a discount to The Station customers ready to purchase and use these reusable and childproof products. The Product Re:stash is a ...
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  • Frequently Asked Colorado Cannabis Questions

    Whether you are visiting Colorado or new to cannabis and cannabis culture, it's likely you have a few questions about our state's laws and how you can purchase and enjoy the plant. Below, let's take a look at some of the most common questions we get here at The Station and the answers from our knowledgeable cannabis professionals. "Cannabis is completely legal in Colorado?" Both medical and ...
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  • Is Cannabis Juicing the Next Big Thing?

    Over the last few years, there's been a renewed interest in juicing and the health benefits that blending fruits and vegetables together can provide. Now that more of the American public has legal access to cannabis, many have started to introduce the plant into their juicing routines and often reaping significant health benefits. We take a look below at some of the facts and science behind ...
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  • Cannabis May Finally See Federal Reclassification This Year

    For years, advocates and lawmakers alike have urged the DEA to reclassify cannabis within its schedule of controlled substances. Cannabis' current Schedule I federal classification not only puts it legally among some of the most dangerous narcotics (including heroin and ecstasy) but also has far-reaching effects all over the country. Now, the agency has indicated that it will make a decision ...
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  • 5 Tips For Enjoying Your Edible Experience

    Edibles are growing in popularity among medical marijuana patients and recreational smokers alike. As the cannabis industry expands in Colorado, patients can now enjoy a much wider selection of THC-infused snacks, desserts, and even beverages. In this blog, we share five simple tips for maximizing your edible experience. Visit The Station for top-shelf edibles – 25% off on Mondays*! 1. Be Mindful ...
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  • Could Cannabis Be A Safe Treatment For Opioid Addiction?

    There is a long list of conditions which are effectively being treated with medical marijuana, and addiction to opioids could soon be added to that list. Maine is taking steps to become the first state to recognize addiction as a condition which qualifies for cannabis treatment. Ironic, Isn’t It? The DEA still classifies marijuana as a Schedule 1 drug, putting it in the same category as heroin, ...
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  • 5 Potential Health Benefits of Cannabis

    To date, 22 states plus the District of Columbia have legalized the use of cannabis for medicinal purposes. While countless patients will attest to its benefits, there are relatively few studies which address cannabis’ effectiveness as a medical treatment. In this blog, we take a look at five conditions which may be improved through the use of medicinal cannabis. 1. Cannabis Can Prevent & Treat ...
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  • 5 Things You Likely Didn't Know About Cannabis & Sleep

    Medical cannabis is an increasingly popular, and extremely effective sleep aid. While there is a huge amount of research to be done into the effects of cannabis use on sleep, many studies have already revealed a host of benefits. In this blog, our Boulder cannabis dispensary takes a look at five things you may not have known about cannabis and sleep. The Station is your premier Boulder destination ...
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  • How CU Boulder Students Are Encouraging Safe Drug Use

    It is no secret that drug use is common among college students, and the University of Colorado Boulder is no exception. With this in mind, two student groups are pushing for school policies to help people make more informed and responsible decisions with drugs. The two groups are The Psychedelic Club, an organization that seeks to eliminate the stigma of psychedelic drugs, and the Boulder chapter ...
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