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Posted by on Feb 4, 2016 in Cannabis and Marijuana, Events, Skiing & Snowboarding | 0 comments

Carpoolers Unite! Mountain Rideshare Day

Carpoolers Unite! Mountain Rideshare Day

To encourage mountain travelers to carpool, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is hosting its second annual Mountain Rideshare Day on Saturday, Feb. 6, offering carpoolers exclusive discounts and deals at resorts and mountain businesses – Carpoolers unite! More than 30,000 vehicles can pass through the Eisenhower/Johnson Memorial Tunnels on a winter weekend day, with an average of 2.6 passengers in each one. However, if each vehicle filled their empty seats and instead had four occupants, 10,000 fewer cars would travel through the Tunnel each day. Ski resorts and the Town of Breckenridge are offering exclusive carpooler discounts to support ridesharing as a way to reduce congestion, save money and help the environment. Deals include:  A-Basin is offering a $74 discounted day adult lift ticket for people that carpool with four or more people. They will also hold 30 parking spots in the Early Riser lot for the first carpoolers that arrive. Once the Early Riser spots are taken, additional carpoolers will be parked by parking staff. Breckenridge is offering a $5 parking discount for vehicles...

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Posted by on Nov 10, 2015 in Cannabis and Marijuana, MTN Town Magazine, Wellness & Yoga | 0 comments

Edible Marijuana – The Green Scene 411

Edible Marijuana – The Green Scene 411

There has been quite a bit of controversy about edible marijuana (cannabis) in the news lately. “Edibles” are most often referred to as any product intended to be consumed orally that also contains marijuana as an ingredient. These days there is a wide range of edible food types, including drinks, cookies, baked goods, candies, oils, butters and pills. We are not here to discuss the controversy but to relay information on the consumption of edibles. Edible marijuana products that are eaten have a number of key differences from marijuana that is inhaled by smoking. When ingested marijuana enters the digestive system and is processed differently than marijuana that enters the lungs by smoking it. Edible marijuana can take up to two hours to take effect and commonly produces a much stronger and longer-lasting effect. While recreational marijuana that is meant to be smoked is sold by weight, edible products are sold by the amount of THC in the product. In Colorado, consumers can purchase edible products in packages or...

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Posted by on Apr 20, 2015 in Cannabis and Marijuana, MTN Town Magazine, Wellness & Yoga | 0 comments

Edible Marijuana – Start Low, Go Slow

Edible Marijuana – Start Low, Go Slow

There has been quite a bit of controversy about edible marijuana (cannabis) in the news lately. “Edibles” are most often referred to as any product intended to be consumed orally that also contains marijuana as an ingredient. These days there is a wide range of edible food types, including drinks, cookies, baked goods, candies, oils, butters and pills. We are not here to discuss the controversy but to relay information on the consumption of edibles. A Selection of Edibles from Alpenglow Botanicals in Breckenridge Edible marijuana products that are eaten have a number of key differences from marijuana that is inhaled by smoking. When ingested marijuana enters the digestive system and is processed differently than marijuana that enters the lungs by smoking it. Edible marijuana can take up to two hours to take effect and commonly produces a much stronger and longer-lasting effect. While recreational marijuana that is meant to be smoked is sold by weight, edible products are sold by the amount of THC in the product. In Colorado,...

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