Mile High Medical Cannabis is a twin medical and leisure retailer close to the Broncos stadium in Denver, Colo. The constructing itself is small and each the leisure and medical sides are match to carry no various clients at a time. The employees is pleasant, unhurried however productive, cleansing jars, measuring hashish and stocking concentrates.
“Edibles are really the only thing we can’t sell in recreational right now,” says Nichole West, Mile High’s Manager. “There is a 100 milligram state enforced max for recreational, whereas we have anywhere from 15 to 1500mg edibles on the medical side.”
West says the shop has struggled to maintain the stock stocked for patrons each medical and leisure clients, however that finally Mile High serve each markets.
“We go through inventory a lot faster on the recreational side, obviously, so it’s a little bit hard to keep all the varieties on the shelf,” West says. “We’re really trying to make sure both sides are given attention. There are a lot of centers that said, ‘Hey we make more money on rec, let just do that’ or ‘We just need to focus on medical patients.’ I think there’s a lot to be said about keeping a balance on both sides.”
West managed a medical-only dispensary previous to managing the leisure store at Mile High Medical Cannabis. She says the variations have been shocking.
“I thought there would be more younger people on the recreational side but there are actually many older people,” she says.
West thinks the worry of hashish being unlawful, and being on a central medical hashish registry, has doubtless prevented lots of people over the age of 65 from becoming a member of a medical hashish collective, however now that hashish is authorized in Colorado, seniors are additionally becoming a member of the market.
“We see many 65 and above, and so we actually just started offering a veteran discount in our rec center and we’re seeing a tremendous response from it.” she says. “We’ve had several older customers that have said, ‘I never tried it because it was illegal, but now that it is, I figured I’d give it a try.’”
“I’m 66, I have been a medical patient for years and I’m seeing my friends, the same age as me in other states saying that when it goes legal in their state, they will give it a try too,” says Elle Law, a longtime affected person at Mile High. “I’m a senior but I want to get a job in the industry, I want to bring in more people my age. I want people to see me behind the counter and know there are many faces to marijuana.”
At the top of the day, West says she is happy with the brand new legal guidelines.
“Everyone that comes in is so happy about it being legal. We have had recreational sales open since January and we haven’t had a single angry guest” West says.
Not solely is Mile High Medical Cannabis clear and alluring for patrons new to marijuana, they inventory all kinds of top-shelf edibles, flowers and concentrates priced affordably in order to not forestall sufferers from receiving protected entry.
Mile High Medical Cannabis
1705 N Federal Blvd
Denver, CO 80204