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If you've spent at least five minutes in Colorado, you know it's full of amazing concert venues. Bands love to play in the Centennial State because of its beautiful views, our kinder-than-most residents, and of course, legal recreational marijuana. I'm sure you've heard their not-so-subtle commentaries at a show: "We love you Denver, and we love that smell in here!" *wink, applause, etc.* And though we've been a rec state for a while now (leading the pack and all) we thought festival and concert season would be a good time to send a friendly reminder to everyone about concert cannabis etiquette (CCE for short).

Listen, I'm going to be blunt with you (pun intended). Our official stance on concert cannabis etiquette is that you shouldn't do it becausewe do not condone smoking in public. It's illegal. Don't do it.

However...if you find yourself with some kind of herb or essential oils andsome kindof device with which to enjoy the benefits of said herbs or oils ... here's a handy guide for not intruding on the festival goers around you.

CCE Rule #1: Respect the Location

Every location is beautiful and unique. We suggest you try and match those qualities to your consumption method for the evening.

For example: If you go to an outdoor show at Red Rocks, you might be tempted to roll your own joint or load a pipe, thinking any unwanted &mbsp;fragranceswould dissipate quicker. But please treat your open lighters with respect, and don't set our state on fire. And, if you enjoy vaping essential oils usingcartridgesanddisposable vapes, theyarepretty low-key and a totally valid option for a show. But, please don't dispose of the pieces in the bushes where a deer might eat it. Consider the hazards of your chosen consumption method and try to mitigate them with the amazing innovations we providers have painstakingly researched and crafted for you. You have options now and can use them to honor our state.

CCE Rule #2: Respect your Peers

Spoiler alert: Not everyone has jumped on board the cannabis train yet and not everyone loves the super skunky smell of thatdope af OG Kush strainstill ingering on your clothes ... you know, the smell on your clothes that's still lingering because you smoked in the confines of a private residence and not at a public venue. While we don't necessarily agree with these people, we respect them because we are tolerant consumers who understand cannabis consumption is a choice. So instead of hitting a blunt or cornering a bowl next to someone's conservative grandmother who got picked to chaperone the 14-year-old kid who loves the same band as you, pick up someinfused mintsortincturesand keep your consumption on the sly.

Bonus Tip: If you're new to edibles, consume one about an hour before the show starts for a well-timed experience, and make surenot to drive.

CCE Rule #3: Respect Yourself

Look, we've all been there. We've all had that "little bit too much" moment where we realize that we overdid it with the excitement of the show. Once I fell asleep standing up on a literally throbbing dance floor after an extra Indica gummy I had two hours before decided to make a surprise appearance in my bloodstream. Oops.

But it's ok. Just make sure you know and respect your limits so you don't end up missing the concert you paid a reasonable price + $50 worth of "convenience fees" for.

To summarize, we at The Green Solution recommend "rehearsing" your concert cannabis experiences in the comfort of your own home with any of thevast array of productswe have available to consumers now. Our personal favorites for this season?Blueberry Acai Gummies,Filtered Incognito Pre-Rolls, andKey Lime Truffles– all of which are perfect fornot&nbps;consuming at a public concert venue.

Quick Fact

Curing Cannabis Plants- This very gradual drying process involves moderate humidity and mild temperatures, preserving the dimensionality of cannabis plants and the consumption experience. The better and more gradual the curing process, the more sophisticated a grower's yields become, including preserved aromas, flavors, and potency.