At our recreational dispensary near Glendale, CO, we feature a wide variety of cannabis flower, concentrates, pre-rolls, topicals, edibles, tinctures, beverages and CBD products. Whether you are just beginning your cannabis journey or you are a seasoned cannabis enthusiast, our weed dispensary near Glendale, CO is committed to giving you the very best customer service in the region, with our expert budtenders eager to help.
FAQs When Buying Cannabis From a Glendale Weed Dispensary
How much cannabis can I buy in one visit?
In Colorado, state law allows cannabis customers to buy a maximum of up to 800 milligrams of product containing THC each day. That maximum amount of cannabis can include up to 800 milligrams of edibles, 1 ounce of flower and 8 grams of concentrates, or a combination of the three. Buying CBD products without THC does not count against Colorado’s daily purchase limit. The state’s purchase limit also does not apply to the number of dispensaries a customer can visit or purchase from on any given day. But the maximum daily purchase limit in Colorado does apply by calculating the total of all cannabis purchases from each dispensary visited in one day.
What do I need to bring with me to make a purchase?
Colorado restricts the purchase of cannabis to adults who are at least 21. When visiting our weed dispensary near Glendale, CO, you need to show a valid government-issued ID, such as a state-issued driver’s license, Colorado Native American Tribe Card, military ID or passport. Medical marijuana patients must have a valid medical marijuana card.
Is weed legal in Glendale, CO?
Recreational and medical marijuana is legal in Colorado for adult use on private property, and this includes in Glendale, CO.
Other Reasons to Visit AMCH from Glendale, CO
You should stop to enjoy some of the fun destinations found along the way when you schedule your visit to our marijuana dispensary near Glendale, CO, including:
- the Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art in Denver, CO, home to about 150 years of art, including collections containing more than 30,000 works by more than 1,500 artists and designers, with about 4,400 works on view.
- the Denver Firefighters Museum in Denver, CO, home to galleries and exhibits celebrating the Denver fire department’s history in a 1909 fire station.