Medicinal Marijuana for sale in Glenwood Springs, CO

I hesitate to put this post in the health genre, but while we were having a great time in Glenwood Springs, CO we happened upon this Medicinal/Medical Marijuana Center Sign on Grand Avenue. GNS stands for Green Natural Solutions which is the name of the place that legally sells grass. I guess advertising pot as Medical makes it legal. Why didn’t all the drug pushers and traffickers think of that?!?

All joking aside, not just anybody off the street can walk in and purchase grass unless they can prove they are afflicted with a malady that Marijuana is reputed to cure or help.  Glaucoma, cancer, HIV/AIDS, cachexia, severe pain or nausea,  seizures characteristic of epilepsy, frequent  muscle spasms like those characteristic of multiple sclerosis are some of the medical justifications for smoking grass.

I believe the voters of Colorado legalized medical marijuana by a constitutional amendment in 2001? Regulating the substance is left to the local governments.

Don’t we live in a mixed-up country when you can be convicted of a felony for distributing/selling something that has so many medical benefits? While we are at it, shall we attempt to answer the burning question as to why alcohol is legal but pot is not! Gotta go folks…..feel some muscle spasms coming on :)

Medicinal Marijuana Sign in Glenwood Springs, Colorado

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7 Responses to Medicinal Marijuana for sale in Glenwood Springs, CO

  1. A NonPotHead says:

    It has been medically and clinically established that smoking weed has regenerative and healing benefits. Why all the fuss? I have heard getting a permit to sell Mary Jane is difficult. At least it is legal in some places. That is a start!

    • Drugs are Bad says:

      Mandy Denson of Ruidoso is really angry that the city of Roswell,NM will not let her “Compassionately Distribute” pot in the Alien City. Jason Perry, the bow-tie guy according to Denson, is the city councilor opposing the sell of marijuana. Hmmm…..”bow-tie guy” is how you would expect a pot head to describe a politician. Thanks Jill McLaughlin for publishing headline article that allows one to read between the lines!! Denson’s enterprise is presumably selling medicinal cannabis, but I would like to know if every sell would be accompanied by a doctor’s prescription?

      • Let's think about this says:

        Robert L. Pack of Carlsbad NM throws a haymaker at Councilor Jason Perry(Roswell) for being more restrictive than state law in his opposition to medical grass or marijuana. A close friend was rear ended by someone driving under the influence of pot. Southeast NM medical cannabis alliance needs to consider the life wrecking side of smokin dope

        • G. Krasowsky says:

          I think that Jason Perry shares the view of city councilor Juan Oropesa when he declares that $155,000 is too much to pay Keller,TX city manager Steven Polasek. Polasek sounds like the consummate politician when Randal Seyler quotes him as saying that Roswell has unlimited potential. Hell, the city has been stuck under 50,000 for the last 20 years. I don’t blame him for chasing the big bucks, but ask somebody working at MacDonalds or Wendy’s or any other hard working Mexican in Ward 1 if he deserves it.

          • Unemployed an higher than a Kite says:

            Tom Kuemmerle of Roswell in his letter to the editor would not get along too well with the hypocrisy of Jason Perry regarding the legalization of Marijuana. Kuemmerle likely smokes grass and sees through the prevarication of a city councilor who claims “his constituents” oppose making pot legal. One of the best ways to keep something a secret is to have it written up in Roswell Daily Record!

      • Larry Kennedy says:

        Mandy Denson,an attorney in Ruidoso,nm, states “Because our program is small and tightly regulated, it is seen as a model for the medical cannabis industry”. The program the lawyer is referring to is her pot selling program which is intended to help assuage chronic pain like Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction or TMJ.

      • Light in the Loafers says:

        Three cheers to city councilman Jason Perry for his silence regarding the sexually oriented businesses in Chaves County. Any preacher would not want porn shops anywhere near a church, park, or school, but that is already prohibited for adult businesses. There is enough cruising in Roswell parks to release excess sexual tension anyway.

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