Then she met the Wichita Falls police officer on the side of U.S. Highway 287, near the Wichita County Courthouse and jail, where she’d spend the night and her dream would fade. Family was part of the reason Jane (a pseudonym) headed to Colorado in July 2017 with two friends from Dallas. They had planned it as a vacation until her mother received a cancer diagnosis. Chemotherapy treatments left Jane's mother nervous and ill. Some friends in Denver had told her about THC and CBD-infused chocolate bars, gummies and lollipops. The delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which causes marijuana's high, relieves pain and nausea and is reputed to treat seizures and reduce anxiety and paranoia. For Jane’s mother, marijuana would help her regain her appetite and keep up her strength for chemo. It would become her spinach, her magic ring. To the Wichita Falls police K-9 unit, it was a felony. Under Texas law, possession of up to 4 ounces of marijuana plant is a misdemeanor. Extract the … [Read more...] about Bringing Back Some Pot Edibles From Colorado? Texas Has a Nasty Surprise for You.
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Jeff found a niche he was passionate about and got his big break from an article highlighting what made him special. Take a page from his playbook in the game of standing out. Javier Hasse Published 4:50 pm, Wednesday, April 11, 2018 Photo: Javier Hasse Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Javier Hasse How to Stand Out From the Crowd: Entrepreneurial Lessons from Jeff the 420 Chef 1 / 1 Back to Gallery The following is an extended excerpt of Javier Hasse’s book Start Your Own Cannabis Business. Buy it now from Amazon | Barnes & Noble | IndieBound Few stories illustrate how one can build a business raising little or no capital whatsoever like that of Jeff the 420 Chef. Jeff started making pot brownies a few years ago and has since been dubbed "The Julia Child of Weed," built a brand out of his … [Read more...] about How to Stand Out From the Crowd: Entrepreneurial Lessons from Jeff the 420 Chef
One of out-of-staters' most common misconceptions about legal cannabis is that they can smoke it anywhere. They can't, of course. In fact, four years after retail cannabis stores first opened for business in Colorado, there was virtually nowhere in Denver that anyone could legally consume cannabis, outside of a private home or private party. That changed this month, however, when the Coffee Joint started allowing social cannabis consumption, sparking the beginning of a new kind of business in town — but is that spark going to catch fire?In 2016, Denver voters approved an initiative to allow certain businesses to apply for cannabis consumption licenses. The optimism of those would-be businesses was tested several times as the city wrestled with regulations, and it took over a year before the Coffee Joint was able to open for social consumption. But the important part is that it did, making history as the country's first fully licensed and regulated cannabis lounge. While … [Read more...] about A Historic Toke at the Coffee Joint, Denver’s First Licensed Pot Lounge
GOLDEN, Colo. - Marijuana can go in more than brownies and cookies. And the dizzying variety of foods that can be infused with the drug is complicating matters for Colorado regulators who want to make sure pot-infused edibles and drinks won't be confused with regular foods. A first meeting Friday of edible marijuana makers, state regulators and pot critics ran into controversy early. Many seem to agree that pot cookies and candies should come with identifiable markers or colors. But what about marijuana-infused honey? Or pasta sauce? Colorado opened recreational marijuana to adults over 21 in January. Since then, sales have boomed for edible pot, considered a tastier or healthier alternative to smoking weed. Now regulators are looking for ways to make sure no one accidentally eats or drinks the drug. "I want to know what's a Duncan Hines brownie and what's a marijuana brownie, just by looking at it. Whether you're 5 or 50, people need to know what that is," said Rep. Jonathan Singer, … [Read more...] about Watchdogs try to aim high with pot food labeling