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We sell top-quality, tasty edible gummies which include the marijuana we grow. Visit a store in Silverthorne, CO; Alma, CO; Colorado Springs, CO; or Avon, CO and our staff will help you choose the best gummies to buy. You can also order online and pick up your favorite products in our dispensary. 5 Local CBD Edibles Worth Buying Your feel-good guide to the tastiest CBD-infused goods in Colorado. The Local newsletter is your free, daily guide to life in Colorado. For locals, by

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When you need high-quality edible gummies in a range of flavors, look no further than High Country Healing. You can buy our fun, tasty edibles in store or order online.

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High Country Healing supplies an extensive range of edible gummies and we guarantee you’ll find flavors and potencies which you enjoy. Whether you want Sativa, Indica, hybrids or high CBD strains, there’s something on our Colorado dispensary menu for you. Many people like CBD edibles because they are a discreet, fun way to get their dose of marijuana. Whether you use weed for healing or recreation, we have the perfect edible gummies for you.

You don’t need to look any further than High Country Healing if you want consistently high-quality edibles gummies at an affordable price.

Our Gummy Edibles are Tasty and Effective

Our gummy edibles are available in a wide range of concentrations. We have everything from 2:1 CBD to THC ratios to 10 to 1 ratios. Whether you’re looking for pain relief, relaxation or a balanced effect, you’ll find what you need. When you consume your weed in this way, the effects last longer because your liver absorbs the CBD and releases it over time. Gummy edible arrangements are easy to use no matter where you are.

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High Country Healing grows over 50 varieties of weed in a closely-monitored high-altitude environment where we care for each plant by hand. Our employees are highly trained and they can answer all your questions regarding potency, effects, and flavor profiles. They’ll be pleased to chat with you about all the marijuana edibles we have to offer and how many you should use to achieve the effects you want.

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You don’t need to look any further than High Country Healing if you want consistently high-quality edibles gummies at an affordable price. No matter what you choose from our marijuana dispensary menu, we know you’ll be pleased since we only stock exceptional products. Once you are over 21, you can order online and collect your gummies in one of our stores in Silverthorne, CO; Alma, CO; Colorado Springs, CO; or Avon, CO.

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Short for cannabidiol, a chemical found in the cannabis family of plants, CBD alone won’t get you high like that other compound, THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). But CBD is believed to be a panacea for anxiety and stress as well as an aid for treating everything from epilepsy to arthritis. What’s more, thanks to the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, which decriminalized the cultivation of industrial hemp—a cannabis species with a negligible concentration of THC—hemp-derived CBD is now legal to sell across the country. (Marijuana-derived CBD products still may only be peddled at licensed dispensaries and must contain at least trace amounts of THC.) Years of experimentation by local edibles producers means there’s nowhere better to get a taste of the trend. Here, a few CBD treats worthy of your shelf space.

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IPA, Meet CBD

Dad & Dude’s Breweria in Aurora was one of the first to combine Coloradans’ two passions—beer and weed (er, hemp)—when it debuted its CBD-enhanced George Washington’s Secret Stash IPA last summer. The English-inspired West Coast IPA boasts a “piney, dank aroma and flavor,” says co-founder Mason Hembree, and 4.20 milligrams (get it?) of CBD per pint. $7 per pint or $17 for a six-pack; breweria.com

Tricky Treats

If any company signals the end of the era of edibles being, well, barely edible, it’s 1906. The Denver brand’s five unique chocolates—all with equal parts CBD and THC—are formulated to have specific, fast-acting effects. For example, its Go variety (dark-chocolate-covered, CBD-infused Sträva Craft Coffee beans) gives you an energy kick, and the Bliss (-inducing) dark chocolate peanut butter cups contain mood-improving herbs along with five milligrams each of CBD and THC. Go beans start at $22, Bliss Cups start at $10; 1906newhighs.com

Chew on This

Stillwater Brands calls itself a food company that works with cannabidiol—and it walks that talk by employing a food scientist to lead its R & D. Its gummies are tender and smooth, with fruit-juice-derived colors and flavors. The honey lavender variation, in particular, provides a gentle five-milligram CBD dose (and 0.25 milligram of THC; as with all marijuana products, read dosage instructions, start low and go slow, and store somewhere inaccessible to anyone under 21). $20 for 20; stillwaterbrands.life

A Little Hemp from My Friends

Each six-ounce jar of honey from Parker’s Frangiosa Farms is mixed with 500 milligrams of full-spectrum, Colorado-grown hemp extract and comes in flavors like Ginger Soothe and Lemon Stress Less. $28 for a six-ounce jar or $3 for a single-serving honey stick; coloradohemphoney.com

Spark Up

Longtime Salida bitters crafter Dram Apothecary recently released a line of stellar seltzers. But unlike LaCroix, these sugar-free sippers deliver 20 milligrams of organic-hemp-derived CBD per can. “Adaptogenic” plants (thought to increase the body’s stress-fighting abilities) give the refreshing botanical flavors a boost. $16 for four 12-ounce cans; dramdose.com

This article was originally published in 5280 March 2019.

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Callie Sumlin is a writer living in Westminster, and has been covering food and sustainability in the Centennial State for more than five years.

Denise Mickelsen is 5280’s former food editor. She oversaw all of 5280’s food-related coverage from October 2016 to March 2021.

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