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Is weed legal in New Hampshire?

Medical marijuana is legal in the Granite State for patients with qualifying conditions.

New Hampshire decriminalized marijuana in 2017. Possession of 21 grams of cannabis or cannabis-infused products with no more than 300 milligrams of THC, or up to 5 grams of hash can be punished with a fine up to $100 for a first and second offense. A third offense within three years could bring a $300 fine.

Legalization history

New Hampshire became the 19th state in the nation and the last in New England to allow medical marijuana in 2013 when it passed House Bill 573. The law established a list of qualifying conditions, albeit restrictive. Under the law, not only did a patient need a diagnosis of a qualifying condition, but they also had to exhibit severe symptoms of the debilitating condition.

HB 573 required dispensaries to be nonprofit and set requirements for medical marijuana cards and purchase and possession limits. The original law also did not allow for home growing.

In 2014, the New Hampshire House of Representatives approved a marijuana legalization bill, but it later died in the Senate.

New Hampshire decriminalized marijuana in 2017. Possession of cannabis of 0.75 ounce or less became a civil offense punishable with a $100 fine for a first or second offense and $300 for a third offense.

New legalization attempts may face an uphill battle after the November 2020 election since Gov. Chris Sununu, an opponent, was re-elected and few supporters remained in the legislature.

Where is it safe to purchase?

Medical cannabis is overseen and regulated by the Therapeutic Cannabis Program of the Department of Health and Human Services. Registered patients can purchase medical marijuana at one of the state’s dispensaries, called Alternative Treatment Centers (ATCs). Patients can only shop at the ATC they chose during registration. Delivery is not available.

Patients can purchase no more than 2 ounces of marijuana or marijuana products within a 10-day period and may not possess more than that amount. Patients and caregivers between them can’t possess more than 2 ounces at a time.

Find licensed dispensaries in New Hampshire

Medical marijuana cardholders can find licensed dispensaries in New Hampshire and search by major metro areas. Many dispensaries in New Hampshire offer curbside pickup services in addition to storefront sales.

Where is it safe to consume?

In New Hampshire, marijuana cannot be consumed in public. In addition, it is illegal to possess medical marijuana in school buildings or on school grounds, at public recreation and youth centers, or at a place of employment without the employer’s written permission.

Medical marijuana program

New Hampshire’s Department of Health and Human Services oversees the Therapeutic Cannabis Program (TCP). New Hampshire residents 18 years or older can complete an application once they’ve received a Written Certification for the Therapeutic Use of Cannabis from a qualified medical professional. The patient and provider must have an ongoing relationship of at least three months (though there are some exceptions). Parents or guardians can apply for minor patients.

Qualifying conditions

New Hampshire recognizes the following conditions:

  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig’s disease
  • Cancer
  • Chronic pancreatitis
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
  • Epilepsy
  • Glaucoma
  • Hepatitis C
  • Lupus
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Muscular dystrophy
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Spinal cord injury or disease
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Ulcerative colitis

Additionally, the condition must be severely debilitating or terminal, or its treatment has produced at least one of the following symptoms:

  • Agitation of Alzheimer’s disease
  • Cachexia, or wasting syndrome
  • Chemotherapy-induced anorexia
  • Constant or severe nausea
  • Elevated intraocular pressure, or glaucoma
  • Moderate to severe vomiting
  • Seizures
  • Severe, persistent muscle spasms
  • Severe pain that has not responded to previously prescribed medication or surgical measures, or for which other treatment options produce serious side effects

Registry process

Patients must visit a doctor, doctor’s assistant, or advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) licensed in New Hampshire or a doctor or APRN licensed in Maine, Massachusetts, or Vermont to be diagnosed with a qualifying condition and receive a written certification. Patients can then visit the TCP website to register.

Applications must include:

  • Written Certification for the Therapeutic Use of Cannabis from the patient’s physician
  • State-issued ID or other proof of New Hampshire residency
  • $50 application fee

A patient may designate a caregiver at any time. The designated caregiver must be 21 years or older and never convicted of a felony. They must complete an application and a background check to be approved by the TCP. The caregiver must have a Caregiver Registry ID card before assisting the patient.


While medical marijuana patients from other states are not allowed to purchase from ATCs, they can legally possess cannabis as long as they have a condition on New Hampshire’s list of qualifying conditions.


New Hampshire medical marijuana laws require that each batch of cannabis be tested by a state-licensed lab.

Labs must test for:

  • Cannabinoid profile and potency
  • Chemicals
  • Heavy metals
  • Microbes
  • Mycotoxins
  • Pesticides
  • Residual solvents (for concentrates only)


When will New Hampshire decriminalize weed?

New Hampshire decriminalized weed in 2017. Possession of 21 grams of cannabis or cannabis-infused products with no more than 300 milligrams of THC, or up to 5 grams of hash can be punished with a fine up to $100 for a first and second offense. A third offense within three years could result in a $300 fine. These charges and fines do not result in arrest records.

This page was last updated on November 11, 2020.

View the marijuana laws & regulations for New Hampshire.

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Therapeutic Cannabis Program (TCP) is making the following temporary changes to the program.

September 4, 2020
Criminal Background Check Update

The NH State Police has restarted fingerprinting on a “voluntary” basis. The Governor’s Executive Order is still in place, and the fingerprinting requirement is still deferred, but now, applicants may choose to be fingerprinted. Please call 603‐223‐3867 to schedule an appointment at one of the NH Department of Safety’s fingerprint locations.

August 14, 2020
Telehealth Update

The Governor’s Emergency Order #8 permits telehealth for health care service delivery. The Therapeutic Cannabis Program’s prohibition on the use of telehealth for cannabis certification is temporarily suspended. The required “in person” assessment may be conducted via telehealth during the declared state of emergency.

Border State Medical Providers (Maine, Massachusetts, and Vermont). Telehealth service delivery is not permitted across state borders unless an out-of-state provider is registered with the New Hampshire Board of Medicine or the New Hampshire Board of Nursing. Information about emergency licensure in NH during the declared state of emergency is available on the Office of Professional Licensure and Certification page COVID-19 Licensee Resources.

Registry ID Card Extension Has Ended . The extension described in the April 10 update below has ended. Beginning August 1 all patients must have a valid, non-expired Registry ID Card in order to purchase therapeutic cannabis.

Waiver of CAREGIVER Application Fee Is Extended. The waiver of this fee, described in the March 19 update below, has been extended until the end of the declared state of emergency.

Alternative Treatment Centers (ATCs). The Therapeutic Cannabis Program strongly recommends the use of face coverings (masks) by all patients and caregivers in order to access the inside of the dispensaries. The ATCs may require masks to be worn in order to enter the facilities.

Call ahead before going to your ATC for the most current information about:

  • Hours of operation
  • Pre-ordering
  • Curbside pickup or appointment-only pickup
  • Access to the inside of the dispensaries

TCP Extends Registry ID Card Expiration Dates for QUALIFYING PATIENTS. All Qualifying Patient Registry ID Cards that are due to expire in the months of April, May, and June 2020 have been extended until July 31, 2020.

  • New Registry ID Cards will not be issued with the new, extended expiration date.
  • You will still need to show your “expired” card at your ATC in order to obtain therapeutic cannabis.
  • ATCs will accept these “expired” cards until July 31, 2020.
  • When you renew your card, the expiration date for your renewal card will be one year from the original expiration date.
  • Registry ID Cards for Designated Caregivers are not being extended at this time. (See below for updated information on Designated Caregivers, including the waived application fee.)

29 Hazen Drive Closed to the Public. Starting Tuesday, April 7, the building at 29 Hazen Drive is closed to the public. TCP encourages applicants to send their applications through the regular mail. If you choose to hand-deliver your application, there is a locked drop-box available outside the front of 29 Hazen Drive where you can securely leave your application materials.

  • ATCs are considered essential businesses
  • All ATCs are currently open for business.
  • All ATCs have reduced hours .
  • All ATCs require patients to pre-order . Check with your ATC to see if phone or online ordering is available.
  • Some ATCs have implemented “curbside” pickup of orders.
  • Some ATCs have implemented appointment-only pickup.
  • Patients should call ahead before going to their ATC for the most current information.

Criminal History Record Checks for DESIGNATED CAREGIVERS . Requests for criminal history record checks are being conducted remotely (via regular mail), and the requirement for FBI fingerprinting has been deferred until after the State of Emergency has ended.

  • State background check is still required.
  • Federal FBI background check, and fingerprinting, is temporarily deferred.
  • All scheduled appointments for fingerprinting have been cancelled.
  • Fingerprinting will be required within 30 days of the State of Emergency ending.

To request a state criminal history records check:

  • Complete the Criminal History Record Authorization – Therapeutic Cannabis form .
    • The form does not need to be notarized.
  • Mail the completed form, and a check or money order for $25.00, made out to “State of NH – Criminal Records,” to:
    New Hampshire State Police
    Criminal Records Unit
    33 Hazen Drive
    Concord, NH 03305

TCP will notify you after the State of Emergency has been lifted that the requirement for fingerprinting has been reinstated.

Telehealth . The Governor’s emergency order permits telehealth for health care service delivery. The requirement for an “in-person” examination for the purposes of certification and recertification for the therapeutic use of cannabis has been suspended. The required assessment may be conducted via telehealth.

TCP waives the DESIGNATED CAREGIVER application fee . The TCP is encouraging patients to designate a caregiver so that if patients become sick and cannot safely and responsibly access their ATC, they will have an alternative way of acquiring therapeutic cannabis, via their Designated Caregiver. To that end, the TCP is waiving the Designated Caregiver application fee, beginning immediately and through July 31, 2020.

If the TCP has already cashed an applicant’s check or money order, that applicant will not be issued a refund. All caregiver application fees that are received by the TCP beginning Thursday, March 19, will be returned to the sender. Note that the fee required by the Department of Safety for the criminal background check is not being waived at this time.

January 2020 Public Hearing — Qualifying Medical Conditions for the Therapeutic Use of Cannabis

The Therapeutic Cannabis Medical Oversight Board and the DHHS Therapeutic Cannabis Program will hold a public hearing to gather input from the public on a proposed addition to the list of qualifying medical conditions for the therapeutic use of cannabis.

Date: Wednesday, February 5
Time: 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Location: DHHS, 29 Hazen Drive, Room 312 [directions]
Written Comment Period Ends: Wednesday, February 12
Send written comments to: [email protected]
Contact: Michael Holt, (603) 271-9234, [email protected]

The following medical condition is under consideration as a qualifying medical condition for the therapeutic use of cannabis:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

Changes to the Therapeutic Cannabis Program Application Process
SB 88 made the following changes to the therapeutic cannabis law:

Medical Providers Can Certify Their Patients Sooner . Starting on November 18, 2019, a 3-month provider-patient relationship is no longer required. On that date, the NH Therapeutic Cannabis Program will begin accepting Written Certifications that have been signed by certifying medical providers who do not have a 3-month provider-patient relationship with their patients. The Written Certification for the Therapeutic Use of Cannabis has been updated to reflect this change.

No Photograph Needed . Starting on November 18, 2019, a photograph is not required to be submitted with an application to the Therapeutic Cannabis Program. Also, all Registry ID Cards printed on or after that date will not contain a photo of the patient or caregiver’s face. Patients and caregivers will still be required to show other photo identification at the Alternative Treatment Centers in order to purchase cannabis. The Patient Application and the Caregiver Application have been updated to reflect this change. Other changes have been made to these application forms as well.

Vaping-Related Lung Injuries
The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health Services (DPHS), is investigating vaping-related lung injuries as part of a multistate outbreak associated with use of e-cigarette, or vaping, products. Learn more in the DHHS fact sheet on Vaping-Related Lung Injuries .

Therapeutic Cannabis Program 2019 Data Report
The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has released the Therapeutic Cannabis Program 2019 Data Report . The report provides information from the Therapeutic Cannabis Registry, the annual reports from the Alternative Treatment Centers, and the Qualifying Patient Satisfaction Survey. It provides details about qualifying patients and designated caregivers who were active in the program as of June 30, 2019.

DHHS provides this report annually to the New Hampshire Legislature’s Health and Human Services Oversight Committee, the New Hampshire Board of Medicine, and the New Hampshire Board of Nursing. The report provides important information on patterns of certification in several categories: qualifying patient and designated caregiver, location, age, medical condition, symptom or side effect, and medical provider. Data from the report can then be used for analysis and research to inform future policy, educational, and clinical decisions.

In addition, the 2019 report contains an addendum related to HB 335 from the 2019 legislative session regarding the expansion of therapeutic cannabis dispensary locations in the state.

As of October 1, 2019, the program is being used by 8,566 qualifying patients, 448 designated caregivers, and 1,101 certifying providers.

2016 Report
(Dec. 19, 2016)
2017 Report
(June 30, 2017)
2018 Report
(June 30, 2018)
2019 Report
(June 30, 2019)
(Oct. 1, 2019)
Qualifying Patients 2,089 3,493 6,480 8,302 8,566
Designated Caregivers 129 258 428 480 488
Certifying Providers 560 703 935 1,084 1,101

The Therapeutic Cannabis Program Has Moved

New Location: Division of Public Health Services, 29 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH.

The Therapeutic Cannabis Program’s (TCP) office location has moved to 29 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH. Please use the new address when mailing application materials. If you are hand-delivering application materials, please bring them to the new office location.

Application materials will still be available and accepted at the Brown Building, at 129 Pleasant Street, Concord, and any mail addressed to 129 Pleasant Street will get to the TCP, but using this location and address may delay the processing of your application.

Over the next few months, all of the applications, forms, and information sheets will be updated with the new mailing address:

  • NH Department of Health & Human Services
    Therapeutic Cannabis Program
    29 Hazen Drive
    Concord, NH 03301

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Could Manchester hold the key to catching Kevin ‘Hemp’ Parle? The 15-year hunt for a double murder suspect

The ‘private citizen’ hunting ‘most wanted’ fugitive believes Parle is known to local underworld characters

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A Manchester gangland link could help trace a fugitive wanted for 15 years in connection with two gun murders.

That is the view of an ex-Scotland Yard cop turned private investigator who has spent 18 months hunting Kevin Parle.

Now 40, 6ft 6ins Parle, nicknamed ‘Hemp’, went on the run after being quizzed by police over two killings. Today he is one of Britain’s most wanted men.

In 2004 Liam Kelly, 16, was shot in the arm and chest in Grafton Street, Dingle, Liverpool.

In 2005 Lucy Hargreaves, a mother-of-three, was shot three times as she slept under a duvet on a sofa at her home in Walton, Liverpool. Three masked men had stormed into her home, looking for her boyfriend, a man named Gary Campbell, a court was later told.

Peter Bleksley, a former detective with the Metropolitan Police, is determined to find Parle, and has penned a book and done a BBC podcast about it – both called ‘Manhunt: Hunting Britain’s Most Wanted Murderer’.

There is a long history of collaboration between organised crime groups in Greater Manchester and Parle’s native Merseyside, in the UK and abroad.

And Mr Bleksley believes figures linked to Greater Manchester’s underworld may have information that could lead to establishing the whereabouts of Parle, who is believed to have moved between a number of foreign holiday destinations while at large.

Individuals Mr Bleksley wants to speak to in his research into the case include Leon Cullen, the alleged boss of a Warrington-based crime gang who faces extradition from the United Arab Emirates on drugs and firearms charges.

Another man who Mr Bleksley wants to speak to is Michael ‘Cazza’ Carroll, who prosecutors allege was part of an underworld murder conspiracy in 2014 and 2015.

In two trials in 2019 Carroll was said to be the boss of a group called ‘The Anti A Team’, involved in a lethal war with rivals, ‘The A-Team’ which led to the murder of Paul Massey in Clifton, Salford in 2015; the shooting of a seven-year-old boy and his mother on their doorstep in Winton, Eccles, three months later, and the murder of Mr Massey’s friend, John Kinsella, in 2017.

After the shooting of Mr Massey, Mr Carroll was said to have fled to Spain. Graffiti appeared on walls throughout Salford branding ‘Cazza’ an informer, and urging him to return to ‘come fight your war’.

An A-Team hit squad was dispatched to Spain and police believe Carroll was their target. But the hit was thwarted after police raided a Marbella flat in February 2016.

They recovered weapons, including a loaded pistol. Detectives believe the team intended to capture and torture Mr Carroll before dumping his body in the Mediterranean.

In January this year a gunman fired two shots into a house in Crumpsall, north Manchester, where Mr Carroll’s in-laws live.

The couple escaped injury despite shots being fired into the house after the front door was opened and the letterbox.

They had just returned from a holiday in Dubai.

Mr Carroll is believed to be in Dubai, where Mr Bleksley believes Kevin Parle has been sighted, and where Leon Cullen was arrested earlier this year.

Mr Bleksley, said: “I have received information that Michael Carroll was connected to both Leon Cullen who is now in custody in Dubai awaiting extradition to the UK, and Kevin Parle.

“I have tried my best to try and speak to Michael Carroll,” he added.

“I remain very interested in talking to him. He has gone very much off the radar in recent years, but I have him very much in my sights. My inquiries to locate Michael Carroll continue.

“If anybody has information to help me with that they should contact me.

“I am sure that Kevin Parle has had to develop links with criminals from areas other than Liverpool to be able to remain on the run successfully for 15 years.”

Mr Bleksley claims to have received information placing Parle in Albir in northern Spain in September 2019, frequenting a club.

“Where is he now? I can’t tell you the information I have about the here and now because I don’t want Parle to know what I know, and trust me I know a lot,” the private investigator told the Manchester Evening News.

He said it was believed Parle had spent time in Thailand and later Dubai. The most recent sighting was on December 27th last year in La Palma, one of Spain’s Canary Islands.

“I do have to give him, begrudgingly some kind of credit for that, because he has so far, been very successful, but he has not had a my podcast with two and a half million downloads (to deal with) until recently,” Mr Bleksley said.

“There hasn’t been a book about him published until last week. All the publicity I am getting is shrinking the world, squeezing the planet so tightly that at some stage his 6ft 6in frame is going to pop up.

“I am not investigating the murders,” Mr Bleksley said. “I deliberately set myself narrow parameters in so much as I am simply trying to find Parle. It is the police’s job to investigate those murders.

“I have been made privy to a lot of information about who apparently killed who, and who is serving drugs to who. None of which I have passed on to the police, none of which interests me unless it helps me in my quest to find Kevin Parle.

“I have committed a lot of time. It occupies virtually every waking moment and some of my sleeping moments as well. But this was my idea. No one has ever done this before in terms of a private citizen hunting Britain’s most wanted fugitive.

“Perhaps I was a bit naive. It really has been one hell of a journey – the personal price I have paid, the abuse I have had, the insults, the trolling, the posting of photographs of my house online, together with an accurate description of the bedroom I sleep in.

“But this spurs me on. It makes me even more determined to achieve my goal of finding him. There has been a price to pay, because one of my children was extremely concerned and started double locking the door and wanted to change his name when he got to 18, but I have managed to set aside those fears somewhat.

“My family, who I am lucky to have, realise that I am not going to stop. As long as I am drawing breath and can put one foot in front of the other, and can bash a keyboard, I will be hunting for Kevin Parle.

“Am I confident that he will be found? Yes, he will be found. Life is becoming more and more difficult for him. A considerable number of very courageous people are coming forward and telling me what they know, and his time on the run is going to be brought to an end.

“A court was told back in 2006 that the motive for the attack on Lucy’s house was to do harm to Gary Campbell. The difficulty with that is that that case collapsed, and two men walked free.

“Gary Campbell, in my opinion, was most definitely the target. But these brutal, stupid, idiotic killers took Lucy’s life instead.”

Peter added: “It has become my life’s mission to find Kevin Parle. I know that in the early stages of his time as a fugitive he had money stashed in various places in and around Liverpool.

“However I suspect it didn’t take him very long to work his way through that money.

“What I firmly believe is that he has been an asset to organised crime, and they, in return for him being a heavy, a henchman, a useful man to have around – they have harboured him and funded him.”

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Anyone with information for Peter can contact him on 07908617694 or via his website at Contact Merseyside Police via or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Peter’s book is out now, published by Ad Lib in paperback.

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Some of the achiest people in the world are the ones interested in trying meditation, whether they’re athletes, yoga instructors or people who work long and stressful hours. Logically, experts in the practice of meditation have said that cannabis is the perfect companion for the practice because it helps people access a calm state of mind with more ease.

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a compound known for its healing effects, especially when it comes to physical aches, inflammation and anxiety. Meditation is known for reducing stress and giving people the necessary tools to cope with their problems in healthier ways. Here are 5 things you should know when it comes to CBD and meditation:

Many users report positive and relaxed moods after consuming CBD, something that can help a lot when it comes to meditation.

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The cannabis product has been popping up in many yoga and meditation classes. But is the trending stress reliever worth all the hype?

At a trendy meditation studio in Manhattan, a seemingly distracted desk attendant pointed me to three vials of CBD oil and a jar of tiny spoons. I took one eyedropper full and headed to a colorful room to lie down and listen to a guided meditation that told me to imagine myself floating above the Earth, looking down from my spaceship. And I thought, why do I need a spaceship to imagine myself in space? I soon realized this was not a good fit for me.

The plan had been to look into the growing trend of CBD oil use in meditation. Online testimonials said that the stress-relieving qualities of CBD and meditation could work in concert to melt away the anxieties of the modern world. But I wasn’t seeing it.

Cannabidiol, or CBD, is one of more than 60 cannabinoid compounds found in a marijuana plant, which includes the substance most commonly associated with the “stoned” effect, THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). CBD is legal, to varying degrees, in 46 states. New York legalized it in 2014, in part due to the efforts of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who argued at the time that it would be a mistake to outlaw the substance that had been shown to be one of the few ways of treating cases of medication-resistant childhood epilepsy. (He also viewed the hemp industry as a way to bring new jobs to the economically hard-hit Southern Tier region.)

Since then, multiple studies have found that CBD offers many of the benefits long touted by proponents of legal marijuana without the psychotropic effects. In other words, it doesn’t get you high . Even better, researchers have found few side effects associated with CBD use. Among its purported benefits, CBD studies have found promising results for its anti-anxiety and anti-inflammatory qualities .

That’s why many meditation and yoga studios in New York have turned to CBD as a way of catering to their stressed out and aching clientele. With classes offering CBD oil springing up across the city, I was left wondering why my experience at the trendy Manhattan one was so lackluster.

According to Yoga Haven founder Betsy Kase, the reason was that I was going about it all wrong.

Kase sells CBD oil at her Westchester studios and takes it herself, and yet she told me she “doesn’t understand” why yoga and meditation studios offer doses before class.

“I’m sort of blown away that yoga studios are doing it,” she said.

Besides the fact that it takes around 15 minutes to feel the effects of CBD and ingesting it right before a 40-minute class is inefficient, Kase said that CBD oil should not be used to enhance an experience but should be part of a holistic self-care routine.

“We could all sit in the lobby and get high before we meditate,” she said. “But why are we doing that? What is that about? They’re making a novelty out of it.”

Instead, Kase argues that CBD can treat symptoms such as pain or anxiety that for some people can be a barrier to establishing a meditation practice. Adding CBD to her own yoga and meditation practice, Kase said, has helped her reduce the anxiety that she has been addressing with prescription pharmaceuticals for years.

“I’m 54 years old, and I’ve been trying to meditate since I was 13,” she said. “I’ve tried all different kinds of meditation, and I could not sit. It’s like I’m jumping out of my skin. If somebody feels like they’re jumping out of their skin continually, is it that they’re not trying hard enough? I don’t believe that. We should give somebody a little help. It’s like how in yoga, we have props that we didn’t have 30 years ago. If sitting in meditation without back support causes back pain, should that be the only way everybody should sit? No! Give them a chair or a block. These are all aids to help us do the practice.”

Kase says that students, friends, colleagues, and family have had positive results with CBD oil, including her father, who suffers from an autoimmune disease and has been using CBD to treat severe inflammation, which has allowed him to take a lower dose of steroids.

But Kase acknowledges that her CBD suggestions should not be confused with medical advice. Much like with her yoga instruction, she says that she is only sharing what has worked for her in the hopes that it will help others. “I don’t say, ‘I recommend and advise that you take ten drops, three times a day,’” she explained. “I say, ‘This is the particular brand that I use. You could try it and see if it helps.’ And people have told me that it does.”

So perhaps CBD and mediation can work well together. But does it align with Buddhist teachings and practice? The debate around the Buddhist view of drugs has a long history, and recently, a Tricycle article took a new look at the issue of using psychedelics to work with the mind. While some Buddhists encouraged the behavior within a safe environment, others argued that drug use violated the fifth precept against intoxicants or denounced it as a shortcut to a certain experience that was unrelated to the Buddhist path.

When it comes to the experience-oriented approach to CBD oil, the psychedelics arguments seem to apply. But with the treatment approach, the comparison between CBD and psychedelics is less clear. For practitioners suffering from extreme anxiety or pain, CBD would not be a shortcut to meditation, but a way of getting them onto the cushion at all. And since CBD is not psychoactive, it is more akin to caffeine or pain medicine than a mind-altering substance like LSD. If caffeine were a violation of the fifth precept, then Zen master Joshu would be in big trouble for his constant instruction to “ go drink tea .”

Zen teacher Brad Warner, an outspoken critic of psychedelics use , agreed that CBD was a different issue. In an email to Tricycle , Warner explained that he had once tried taking CBD oil to treat “frequent and severe headaches,” but, “it had very little effect on me as far as relaxation. Chamomile tea is far more potent to me. Chamomile tea practically knocks me out, by the way. Maybe I’m strange.

“Buddhism in Asia has a long history of tea drinking to help people stay awake,” he continued. “And I wouldn’t begrudge anyone taking something that eases bodily aches while sitting—although I think you shouldn’t do too much of that stuff because you can end up becoming dependent on it. If the pain is really bad, though, I’d take pain relievers. I have, in fact, done that myself.”

However, Warner warned against using CBD to enhance a meditation experience. “To me, one of the great benefits of meditation is how it can enable a person to discover their own innate ability to not react to stress in a habitual way,” he explained. “That skill takes time and effort to develop. But it’s very rewarding because it’s something you can call upon any time, any place, regardless of whether there’s a source of CBD (or Chamomile tea) nearby. CBD-enhanced meditation would never allow you to find that innate ability. By adding CBD to the meditation, you’re taking away one of the greatest and most useful aspects of meditation.”

With Kase’s advice and Warner’s warning in mind, I wanted to try meditation with CBD again to see if I could catch a glimpse of what all the fuss was about. So why didn’t the CBD meditation class work for me? One possible reason was that I did not ingest the proper dose of CBD or give it enough time to take effect. Another reason was the meditation itself: the audio-guided visualization practice was nothing like the quiet breath-counting Zen meditation I am accustomed to. I decided to try again on my own terms.

I picked up a bottle of CBD oil at the place nearest to my apartment that sold it—a shop called Vape Kingz, which despite its ostentatious name had a delightfully helpful salesman. He explained the differences in price, taste, and concentration between brands, and I opted for the cheapest one—30ml of tincture that contained 500mg CBD oil.

The clerk told me that I should take one dropper of oil a day for a standard dose. He was half right. The approximately 15mg dose was standard, but since I weigh around 125 lbs, it would be above average for me. This sort of well-intended misinformation is an issue for many similar “alternative” treatments. St. John’s wort, Ginseng, and other often potent herbal remedies can be taken in excess or adversely combined with other medications because they’re not regulated as well as pharmaceuticals .

It is no surprise that CBD suffers from the same drawbacks, considering the legal grey area it occupies. Betsy Kase unwittingly waded into that territory when she started selling the oil at Yoga Haven. After she started listing the product on her website in September 2018, the credit card processing company that she had been using for the past six years dropped her as a client, and PayPal froze her account.

“Even though I took it right off my website, they wouldn’t take me back on,” Kase said. Even though CBD is legal in New York, she explained that it is considered “a risky product, in the same category as marijuana.” After a few months of searching, Kase eventually found a new credit card processing company, but, she said, “It already had a huge impact on the functioning of my business.”

These barriers are part of the reason why I purchased my bottle at Vape Kingz instead of a pharmacy and was instructed to take a large dose by a well-meaning man in an oversized T-shirt.

The 15mg dose made me fall asleep within the hour. Higher quantities of CBD tend to have that effect, and many people use it for that purpose . Once again, I failed to see how it would help me meditate. So I adjusted the dose, starting with a low amount and slowly dialing it in over time. When I felt I had hit a good middle ground, I tried taking it before meditating again.

The effect was subtle. I noticed that I was able to work my way into the meditation a little more easily and access states of tranquility a little more readily. But, as a Zen teacher once told me, the practice of meditation is not the calm state of mind but the continuous exercise of returning to the practice itself. From that perspective, there’s nothing to be gained from making meditation easier—unless it is so difficult for someone that they cannot even begin, which is not the case for me. So I did not find it to be a panacea for stress relief or a meditation enhancer.

The experience is likely different for each person, but unfortunately, for now, anecdotal evidence is all we have when it comes to learning about meditating with CBD. There has been virtually no research published on effects of CBD and meditation, according to Jennifer Whitney, a psychology PhD candidate at the New School, in New York City, who specializes in meditation research and who also teaches meditation in the mixed Vipassana and Zen tradition of the late Buddhist psychotherapist Michael Stone . She said that the recent interest in CBD is “too new” for researchers to have completed the peer-review process.

“I am sure all the people are researching it now,” Whitney said, “but the process of doing research and getting an article published generally takes around two years.” It will take even longer before we have definitive studies on the long-term effects of CBD use, she added.

As a researcher, Whitney does not think the evidence is strong enough yet to fully support the claims of CBD’s benefits, but in her capacity as a meditation teacher, she said students and colleagues have reported similar anecdotes about CBD’s ability to reduce anxiety.

“With CBD, they’re finding a certain level of anxiety and stress reduction that other things hadn’t afforded them or a similar effect but without the side effects,” she said. “My concern is about the potential reliance on the CBD doing the job for you rather than actually doing the meditative work. So maybe it could be like a boost that you could eventually let go of, instead of doing CBD plus meditation for the rest of your life.”

But Whitney said that few people report that anxiety has prevented them from developing a meditation practice. “It’s more that they don’t have the time,” she said. “That’s one of the biggest things that keeps people from finishing any of the intervention studies.”

In the end, CBD has not become a regular part of my meditation practice (though I have continued to use it as a sleep aid). I find that sitting with anxious thoughts can be helpful, and the anxiety does not feel overwhelming for me like it does for some. But self-care regimens are different for everyone. I remember one woman emerging from the same trendy guided meditation with a big smile on her face, letting out deep breaths of relief. If she found a program that works for her, then I don’t see any more harm in it than somebody drinking Chamomile every night. All I can say is that it’s not my cup of tea.

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There is indeed still a lot of confusion about the various types of CBD oil in Denver (i.e. cannabis CBD oil, hemp CBD oil, and hempseed oil), but it is our goal to make everything as clear and concise as possible.

Fortunately, it’s easy, legal, and convenient to order CBD online from a variety of reputable online suppliers, or you can explore local CBD shops in Denver. There are a number of great smoke shops, head shops and specialty stores in Denver that sell high quality and cheap CBD oil and other CBD products.

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Most people in Denver pick their product based on their preferred method of consumption. However, sublingual tinctures are the most effective because its effects are felt almost immediately. Also, in Denver’s CBD industry, Vaporizer Cartridges are one of the most popular and hottest selling products, specially young adults who prefer vaporizing their CBD Oil with Juul Pods.

You might be better off choosing your preferred CBD product based on the specific ailment you’re trying treat. Many people searching for CBD Oil in Denver, CO are trying to treat chronic pain or manage a chronic illness.

CBD oil may reduce pain, inflammation, and overall discomfort related to a variety of health conditions. CBD oil available in Denver is made from cannabis. It’s a type of cannabinoid, a chemical found naturally in marijuana and hemp plants. It doesn’t cause the “high” feeling often associated with cannabis, which is caused by a different type of cannabinoid called THC.

Researchers think that CBD interacts with receptors in your brain and immune system. Receptors are tiny proteins attached to your cells that receive chemical signals from different stimuli and help your cells respond. This creates anti-inflammatory and painkilling effects that help with pain management. This means that CBD oil may benefit people with chronic pain, such as chronic back pain, and other diseases.

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Which CBD Oil is most popular in Denver, CO?

Since many people are now using CBD in Denver, Colorado, a wide range of products have been developed and are available for purchase. You can buy these CBD product online or locally in Denver.

Denver CBD offers multiple strengths of CBD oil potency, as well as multiple CBD flavors. You may need to try various potencies to find the best CBD serving size for you (with doctor guidance, of course). Each person is different, and some may need more or less than others to achieve desired CBD results. Once you have narrowed down your potency needed, then you can find the best CBD oil products for yourself.

If you are new to CBD oil use, then we recommend starting with the 600 mg CBD hemp oil tincture. Start with a small amount and increase it until you achieve the desired results (avoid using a larger serving size than the recommended amount). You can buy some of the best CBD products for sale online from Denver CBD – your trusted source for CBD oil products.

Here are the best selling CBD oil products in Denver:

  • CBD Tinctures: Tinctures are the OG of CBD. They were the first product developed and a go-to for many people suffering from pain or other ailments.
  • CBD Gummies: People in Denver love the flavorful experience that comes with CBD Gummies.
  • CBD Juul Pods: These are quickly becoming popular in Denver because they can be refilled with CBD eLiquid. Also, the effects can be felt almost immediately.
  • CBD Balms: Many people are turning to CBD balms to maintain healthy and young looking skin.
  • CBD Bath Bombs: Imagine relaxing in the tub while enjoying the effects of your CBD. Bath bombs are a new product but quickly becoming popular with CBD users in Denver.

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So you just visited a CBD store in Denver, CO and now you’re ready take your first dose of CBD oil. Assuming you purchased a tincture, you’ll most likely be using a dropper to take your Denver CBD Oil. Here’s how to take your CBD:

Dropper Use: Gently squeeze the rubber end of dropper and release while still in the bottle. The dropper should be about half full, which indicates a “full dropper.” Note that the oil will not fill the entire dropper for one dose. Drop either directly into your mouth sublingually (under the tongue) or place into your favorite CBD oil recipe.

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  • If you are sensitive to flavors or just don’t prefer the taste of CBD oil, try putting it into a beverage. CBD oil mixes in well with many drinks.
  • Store your CBD dropper bottle in a cool, dry place – away from excessive heat, light, and/or moisture.
  • The 30 mL CBD oil bottle contains 30 1 mL servings or 60 .5 mL servings – your tolerance to possible CBD side effects as well as doctor guidance will help you to determine the proper serving size for yourself.
  • The dropper in all of FAB CBD’s 30 mL bottles can hold 1 mL of CBD oil tincture.

What is the best form of CBD available in Denver?

When you purchase Denver CBD products, they will contain “Full Spectrum CBD” or “CBD isolates.” CBD isolates are less expensive and can be consumed in oral drops. Isolates are typically used as an ingredient in other consumable products. Full Spectrum CBD is the best form to use for the most optimal results.

The Entourage Effect: A full spectrum CBD oil that contains high levels of CBD, as well as other synergistic cannabinoids and terpenes, is more potent than an isolate or broad spectrum CBD oil. According to clinical research, cannabinoids are more effective when they are found together versus when they are isolated. This is known as the entourage effect.

As the name suggests, full spectrum or whole plant extract is CBD oil extracted from the hemp plant. Full spectrum hemp oil also contains essential vitamins, minerals, Omega fatty acids, chlorophyll, and terpenes.

Denver CBD oil products may sometimes vary slightly from batch to batch. Denver CBD products include whole-plant hemp extracts. The extracts contain a unique blend of cannabinoids – plus terpenes. Cannabinoids are phytochemical compounds that are produced by the hemp plant. Non-psychoactive (only trace amounts of THC below

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It should come as no surprise that Denver is a major CBD market, home to some of the best CBD shops in the region and nationwide. The state of Colorado has been at the forefront of natural, alternative medicine for many years. For your convenience, we’ve compiled a list of where to buy CBD in town, with a focus on walk-in head and vape shops. (Of course, clinics and dispensaries offer excellent CBD selections, as well.) Happy shopping!

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CBD Shops in Downtown Denver

Meadowlark 64 (2701 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205) is a 4.5-star shop conveniently located in Five Points / RINO District. Established in 2013, Meadowlark has deliberately smaller, curated selection of products, based on the premise that too many head and vape shops overstuff their shelves with mediocre items and overwhelm customers. Instead, you’ll find hand-picked, premium CBD, Kratom, vaporizers, glass pipes, water pipes, rigs, and much more. Prices are always fair and affordable, and personal, friendly customer service is a point of emphasis: if you’ve got a question about a particular CBD product, whether you’re a CBD novice or experienced enthusiast, don’t be afraid to ask the staff for help. Also worth highlighting: students and military vet get a 10% discount at checkout with ID. Open seven days a week: Monday-Saturday 10AM-9PM; Sunday 12PM-8PM.

Just down the street, iPuff Vape (3405 N Downing St, Denver, CO 80205) is another popular one-stop shop for all your CBD needs, including several in-house CBD products and accessories, like a pre-filled cartridge system. The staff is knowledgeable and responsive, and eager to help you navigate its wide selection of affordable, high-quality CBD and CBD oils that fit your specific needs. Military discounts offered, as well. Open Monday-Thursday 9AM-7PM; Friday 9AM-8PM; Saturday 11AM-8PM.

CBD Shops in Park Hill, Denver

Rigs 4 Us (5912 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80220) is a 4.5-star rated shop that offers hand-selected, premium CBD products from some of the best CBD brands in the industry. Though on the small side, customers will appreciate the intimate and neighborly atmosphere, and staff are highly knowledgeable, happy to help you find the best CBD available at the best price. Open seven days a week: Monday-Saturday 10AM-9PM; Sunday 11AM-7PM.

CBD Shops in Glendale, Denver

One of the most popular places to buy in the Denver Area, Headed West (1565 S Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80222 and 4811 S Broadway, Englewood, CO 80113) has a perfect 5-star rating based on 50 reviews. Here you’ll find a store that’s equal parts smoke shop, head shop, vape shop, and detox shop, with a wall-to-wall selection of premium goods: CBD infused candies and oils (Charlotte’s Web, Experience CBD), Shisha (Starbuzz, Xhale, and Fantasia),desktop and pen vaporizers (Volcano, Pax, and Atmos), and a large variety of Hookah brands and sizes. Established in 1996, Headed West is also one of Denver’s most experienced shops. The expert staff provides personal and friendly customer service, and if you don’t know what you’re looking for — or you know exactly what you’re looking for — be sure to ask. Open seven days a week: Monday-Saturday 9AM-9:30PM; Sunday 10AM-8PM.

Just up the road, Denver Electronic Cigarettes (4340 E Kentucky Ave, Denver, CO 80246) is another 5-star CBD supplier, based on over 30 reviews. Also in stock are e-cigs, vaporizers, a house-line of CBD e-juices (which customers rave over), drip atomizers, globe wax atomizers, RDAs, and much more. Family-owned and established in 2013, DEC prides itself on friendly customer service that prioritizes finding the right product for every individual. The shop also routinely runs great discounts and promotions online. Open seven days a week: Monday-Saturday 10AM-9PM; Sunday 10AM-8PM.

CBD Shops in Englewood, Denver

Positive Vibes Smoke & Gifts Shop (3398 S Broadway, Englewood, CO 80113) is one of Englewood’s favorite spots, offering a wide variety of high-quality CBD (including CBD candy samples), glass, vaporizers, and other smoking accessories. Established in 2016, the staff is friendly, and prices are excellent. Open seven days a week, 11AM-9PM.

CBD Shops in Arvada, Denver

Payless Tobacco and Gifts (6385 Wadsworth Blvd, Arvada, CO 80003) is a 5-star shop that return customers swear by. Established in 2015, Payless carries high-quality CBD, Kratom, vape juices, hookah, rigs, and much more. The staff is always helpful, and be sure to check online for special discounts and promotions. Open seven days a week: Monday-Saturday 9:30AM-9PM; Sunday 10AM-8PM.

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