Do you have a medical card? If so, yes – at any age except you must be over 21 to shop at our medical location in Longmont. If no, yes – as long as you are 21 years of age or older you can shop at any of our recreational locations.
Colorado State Law requires a bona fide patient-doctor relationship in order to recommend a person be registered as a Colorado Medical Marijuana patient. We at Green Tree will happily refer you to independent local doctors that provide recommendations and are available by phone to answer questions about the process.
If you suffer from any of the following conditions, you may be eligible to use medical marijuana under Colorado state law. Please call or visit one of our locations if you are interested in obtaining your license. There are clinics located throughout Colorado that specialize in this medical alternative.
All medical card holders are permitted to grow a minimum of 6 plants. The card holder may grow these plants themselves or if a patient so chooses, they may select one primary caregiver (either an individual or a medical marijuana center) who may legally grow, posses, and distribute marijuana to the patient as is medically necessary.
Primary care-giver is defined as a person, other than the patient and the patient’s physician, who is eighteen years of age or older and has significant responsibility for managing the well-being of a patient who has a debilitating medical condition.
According to new laws, a patient may divide their recommended plant count (determined by the patient’s physician) between themselves and their caregiver. This option allows the patient to enjoy the benefits of Green Tree’s Membership Plan and premium medication, while continuing the rewarding experience of cultivating their own cannabis.
Let us take care of the hassle and delicate attention needed to produce quality strains and enjoy access to high quality medicine conveniently and discretely. We are currently accepting members at all Green Tree locations. As your Caregiver, we work with you on picking the best strains of medication available. Professionally grown and attended to using a holistically organic approach such as naturally occurring predators and oils, we insure your medication will provide you with the best alternative pain management and symptom relief.
Green Tree will gladly work with your unique situation to build a plan that allows you affordable access to your medication. You will never be restricted to shopping solely at our center, and we will always provide you free medication and deeply discounted options. Our signup package is great for testing some of our best products and our monthly benefits will be targeted to help you as an individual. Please call any of our locations for specific information about what types of membership packages we can offer you today.
Yes, Green Tree proudly offers loyalty points for all recreational customers. For every $1 you spend you will receive 1 point.
When you redeem 100 points, you will receive a $5 credit towards anything in the store.
That is 5 percent back in your pocket every time you shop at any Green Tree location.
We grow using an all-natural, organic focused, mineral based soil. We never growhydroponically and we
Yes. We have clones available for walk in purchase at most locations. Please call ahead to ensure there is stock before you go and if you prefer you can pre-order clones up to two weeks in advance. We have a specific strain list that you can order from if you call 303-440-6700 and ask what strains are available. We do require a $10 non-refundable deposit for all special order clones so be prepared to come into one of our locations to complete your order.
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Sativa is a type of marijuana strain that is categorized by the effects it has on a user as well as the characteristics of the plant itself. Sativa strain's effects are stimulating and help with relief from depression, migraines, pain, and nausea. In most cases, sativa strains will have a higher level of THC content than Indica strains. The result of these strains is typically a psychoactive and energetic high. Many patients prefer to medicate with this type of cannabis during the day to avoid drowsiness. However, at nighttime, it could interfere with sleep and may keep the user awake.
Sativa's are typically used for the following:
Indica cannabis strains are known for their relaxing effects on the body when smoked or ingested. Indica strains have a moderate level of THC and higher levels of CBD compared to sativa strains. They relax your muscles and are a great choice for patients who suffer from insomnia. Indica plants also help relieve stress, anxiety, muscle spasms, and nausea. Patients who suffer from diseases such as multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, lupus, and sleep apnea tend to benefit from the effects of indica predominant strains as opposed to sativa or hybrid strains. This particular strain is typically associated with a feeling throughout the body, and generally is used to calm or induce feelings of sedation. Many people experience more therapeutic results after using indica and often feel sleepy or tired as a result. There are many benefits associated with indica outside of the overall sense of calm that it induces, many of which align with Sativa as well.
Indica can be used to alleviate muscle or bodily stress and can be helpful in the following ways:
Marijuana strains are either pure breeds or hybrid varieties of cannabis. Strains are developed to highlight specific combinations of properties of the plant to create a desired effect. This is especially helpful when a patient has a medical preference for certain cannabinoid content, such as low THC content or high CBD content. Adding sativa to an indica strain will help decrease sedation and add mental clarity, while adding indica to a sativa will decrease stimulation and can reduce anxiety. The main advantage of hybrids is the ability to customize and to choose between a wide variety of strains for various effects on the body.
Edibles are a popular way to ingest marijuana alternatively without smoking or vaporizing cannabis. Cannabis is put into different tasty and recognizable food products that can be both used medically or recreationally. Many people choose this method because it’s a more discreet way to medicate, but many people prefer the long lasting effects compared to the fast fading effects of smoking. Patients can use edibles for treatment for autoimmune disorders, chronic pain, muscle inflammation, nervous system disorders, insomnia, and nausea.
Although there are a lot of different types of edibles, they can be categorized into three different categories:
Ingesting cannabis affects you differently than smoking, but not all edibles affect you in the same way either. It depends on the potency of the edibles, your tolerance, your body chemistry, and even how much you’ve had to eat before ingesting. Users may be caught off-guard at the intensity and long lasting effects of edibles if they aren’t used to them. It’s recommended to start with a smaller serving size than normal and allow at least two hours to feel the full effect. Each serving is designated as 10mg and because homogeneity testing is required for each product, you can be confident that one part of your edible won’t be more potent than the other. However, although the dosage is labeled, the potency isn’t always clear. Depending on the quality of ingredients, not all edibles are created equal.
A cannabis extract or concentrate is any by-product that is a concentration of the plant’s chemical compounds such as THC or CBD or a combination thereof. Concentrates re produced through a variety of extraction processes that involve solvents such as butane, C02, hexane, isopropyl alcohol, and ethanol to retain certain cannabinoids of the cannabis plant. The end product results in a highly potent ‘oil’ of varying consistencies that allow users to choose their preferred method of medicating.
Here are a few different extracts you can find at Green Tree:
Many patients use tinctures as alternatives to smoking, however, when done this way, it’s absorbed differently. When smoking, cannabinoids are absorbed in the lungs within seconds. Tinctures are designed to address the problems of rapid medicine delivery and consistent dosing. Absorption by the arterial blood supply under the tongue is completed in seconds. If patients want the medicine to be absorbed into the GI tract, they can add it to tea or juice for easy delivery without the strong taste of the particular solvent – absorption is slower with this method.