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You must be 21+ years old
or a valid CO MMJ patient to enter

How many different types of cannabis are there and how do I know which one is best for me?

There are two main types of cannabis plants: Indica and Sativa. There are also hybrids of the two. Here are the basic differences between Indica and Sativa cannabis plants and products:

Sativa

Sativa

Indica

How do I use cannabis products?
Which types of products are best for me?

This chart is designed to explain all the different cannabis products that are available to you.

Ingesting Inhalation Application
Edibles & Beverages Smoking Dried Flower Transdermal Patches
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Cannabis is directly infused into food & drinks

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Fast-acting effects

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Offers a controlled dose

x

Delayed effects

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Dosage can be easily regulated by user

x

Must be applied on a cleab and dry skin surface

x

Difficult to judge potency of cannabinoids present

x

Associated with more negative health effects

Tinctures & Sprays Vaporizing Topicals
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Can be added to food or consumed directly

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Fast-acting effects

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Absorbed through skin for localized relief

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Easy to control dosage

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Removes toxic by-products of smoking

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Relief for inflammatory issues and pain

x

Milder taste

x

A vaporizer device is required, which can be expensive

x

No psychoactive effect

x

Faster effect than edibles, but slower than inhalation

Capsules Dabbing
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Offers a controlled dose

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Fast-acting effects

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Convenient and portable

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Very small quantity required

x

Solvents can be flammable

x

Very high THC content

Ingesting
Edibles & Beverages
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Cannabis is directly infused into food & drinks

x

Delayed effects

x

Difficult to judge potency of cannabinoids present

Tinctures & Sprays
check

Can be added to food or consumed directly

check

Easy to control dosage

x

Milder taste

x

Faster effect than edibles, but slower than inhalation

Capsules
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Offers a controlled dose

check

Convenient and portable

Inhalation
Smoking Dried Flower
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Fast-acting effects

check

Dosage can be easily regulated by user

x

Associated with more negative health effects

Vaporizing
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Fast-acting effects

check

Removes toxic by-products of smoking

x

A vaporizer device is required, which can be expensive

Dabbing
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Fast-acting effects

check

Very small quantity required

x

Solvents can be flammable

x

Very high THC content

Application
Transdermal Patches
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Offers a controlled dose

x

Must be applied on a clean and dry skin surface

Topicals
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Absorbed through skin for localized relief

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Relief for inflammatory issues and pain

x

No psychoactive effect

Sources: INN, Green Relief, United Patients Group, Visual Capitalist

FAQs

Do I need a medical marijuana card to buy products from Green Farms Med?

Yes. Green Farms Med is a medical dispensary selling only to valid Colorado Medical Marijuana patients.

How old do I have to be to buy products on this website?

You must be 18 years old or older to obtain a medical marijuana card.

How do I get a medical marijuana card?

Visit https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/how-apply-colorado-medical-marijuana-card for more info.

Can I use an out-of-state medical marijuana card to purchase items from Green Farms Med?

Sorry, Colorado does not have reciprocity for out-of-state medical marijuana cards.