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There’s a lot to know about cannabis. Here’s a little info to get you started.
New Colorado medical patients are able to shop up to 35 days with their new application and valid form of ID. Patients who recently renewed their medical card must wait for the new card to come in the mail before shopping. Please note: if your old medical card is still valid you may shop with that until you receive the new one or until the old one expires.
If you suspect that your pet has ingested marijuana, call your vet IMMEDIATELY. Signs of intoxication include extreme fatigue (they may even become comatose), anxiety, slower heart rate, red or dilated eyes, and loss of bladder control.
Yes. As long as you are a Colorado resident and your friend is 21 or older, you can gift up to one ounce of marijuana.
*Restrictions may apply to out of state visitors.
Yes you can. Out-of-state residents are limited to purchasing 1 ounce (28 grams) of marijuana during any one visit.
Although medical marijuana patients can purchase up to 2 ounces of medicine during any one visit, while recreational marijuana limits for in-state and out-of-state customers are limited to 1 ounce (28 grams), respectively, there is no difference between the actual marijuana medical patients and recreational customers can buy. On any given day, we may have a different selection of cannabis available for medical and recreational, but the quality of the marijuana is the same across our shelves.
LivWell offers two grades of high-quality cannabis. Our Gold shelf flower has larger buds that receive two rounds of trimming. The flower on our Gold Shelf has a higher terpene content than the pre-pack flower as well as a higher degree of trichome development. Gold shelf flower is cured for approximately 12 to 14 days. The flower on our Platinum Shelf is among the best money can buy. Platinum buds are hang-dried and skillfully manicured by hand. The flower you’ll find on our Platinum Shelf has the highest terpene content and the highest degree of trichome development, making it a feast for the eyes, nose, and palette. Cured for approximately 14 to 20 days, the Platinum Shelf is beloved by the most astute cannaseurs. Check out our Flower Prices page for a more detailed explanation, and then visit our strains section for a small sampling of the high quality flower that LivWell offers.
No, smoking “openly and publicly” or “in a manner that endangers others” is against the law.
State regulations prohibit LivWell from accepting returns or exchanges once a product leaves our store. The friendly and knowledgeable staff at our stores will assist you one-on-one to assure you find what you’re looking for.
Currently, we are unable to accept credit cards but we are working diligently to provide the most convenient payment options for our customers in the near future. All of our stores have ATMs available on site.
Absolutely not! The Colorado Constitution prohibits us from disclosing the names of our recreational customers.
It is illegal to transport marijuana purchased in Colorado across state lines.
Yes, provided you are simply transporting it and not consuming it and that it is in a sealed container. Driving under the influence of marijuana is illegal, dangerous and can result in a DUI.
Absolutely not. Only licensed, registered marijuana dispensaries can sell marijuana.
Unfortunately LivWell does not sell marijuana clones or seeds to out-of-state customers.
In- and Out-of-State Customers must have at least one of the following forms of ID to shop and must be Government issued with a photo and be one of the following:
1) Valid Driver’s License issued by any state within the United States or U.S. Territory. ** Temporary paper driver’s licenses are not acceptable forms of ID. **(a valid driver’s license is accepted until midnight the day of expiration).
2) Valid Passport or Passport Card (does not need to be issued in the United States).
3) An Identification card, issued by any state for the purpose of proof of age.
4) Military ID (active or retired).
5) Valid Enrollment card issued by the governing authority of a federally-recognized Indian tribe located in the state of Colorado, as long as the card includes proof of age.