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  • Industry Interview: Andrew Boyens Founder of Natty Rems

    In this episode, Goldie visits the new Natty Rems grow facility to talk with the company’s founder Andrew Boyens. In the veg room, they discuss Andrew’s beginnings, moving the company primarily into concentrates, Andrew’s favorite products and strains, and the next markets to go legal.

  • 2020 Holiday Gift Guide for Cannabis Enthusiasts

    Welcome to our 2020 Holiday gift guide for cannabis enthusiasts! Tis the season to be thankful and grateful. While this year has been quite the whirlwind, we are so thankful that cannabis was deemed essential in the state of Colorado during these unprecedented times. For those of you that live in-state, we have been blessed with access to this remarkable plant that takes care of…

  • Lova Canna Co Receives Seal of Approval

    The cannabis industry is ever evolving and in the state of Colorado we continue to see this changing landscape. When the wholesale Adult Use market launched in Colorado in late 2015 and saturation occurred in the years to follow, we saw mass consolidation in the industry. One of the most interesting consolidation plays was brought forward by husband and wife pair, Amanda Fox and Matt…

  • The Future of Cannabis is Ripple

    The future of cannabis is Ripple! Hi Im Goldie and I’m here to discuss with you one of the most innovative products on the Colorado market: Ripple. Traditionally cannabis edibles are made with butter, CO2 oil, distillate, and they are fat soluble which means that when you digest a cannabis edible you need some kind of fat or big meal in your stomach for CBD,…

  • Interview with Tony Ortega on his Collaboration with Ripple

    We’re please to bring you a City Sessions interview with Denver artist Tony Ortega. The University of Colorado MFA alum has collaborated with our partner Stillwater Brands to provide beautiful Day of the Dead packaging for their Ripple fast-acting edibles. The three different Ripple products (Pure (10mg of THC), Balanced (5mg:5mg THC:CBD), and Relief (20mg CBD:.5mg THC)) are each adorned with a different Dia de…

  • Keef Brands Receives the Seal of Approval

    Keef Brands receives the seal of approval as the first cannabis beverage company to launch into the Medical and Adult Use Colorado market. Starting with their signature classic sodas, Keef has gained traction as they add to their collection with single serving Sparkling H2O, Mocktail mixers, and their Life H2O line. Continuing to dial in their formulation, the entire Keef beverage line is delicious and…

  • Dank Keeping Kind Receives the Seal of Approval!

    DANK Keeping Kind is one of the original 15 Dispensaries to launch both medical and recreational in the Denver market. Celebrating their 11th year, we’re excited to give DANK the Seal of Approval! Dank is known for the oldies but goodies – growing original old-school genetics like Northern Lights, Durban Poison, and Cinderella 99. Owned by three friends who’ve cultivated a fun and friendly environment…

  • ioVia Receives the Seal of Approval

    ioVia specializes in sublingual and topical products that can easily be incorporated into your everyday wellness routine.   

  • The Herbal Cure Receives the Seal of Approval!

    The Herbal Cure dispensary is a staple in the Colorado cannabis market. A blend of true cannabis culture brought forward by a personable, professional team, this little gem of a shop, pumps out some of the city’s most terpene-rich, potent, exotic strains in the Denver marketplace.

  • The Future of Cannabis as a Medicine

    As we move forward with cannabis legalization in the United States we are gearing up for the changes that the industry will go through post federal legalization.  As it stands today, the industry operates in individual markets across the country all with different regulations and levels of involvement.  Currently, cannabis companies are also limited by financial constraints that bar large public/investment banks from operating in...