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What’s the Difference between Cannabis Distillate and Live Resin?

One question we often receive from patrons who are newer on the cannabis scene and not as familiar with cannabis concentrates is, “what’s the difference between distillate and live resin.” Simply put, cannabis distillate is cannabinoid oil that is extracted from dried and cured cannabis flower while live resin is a more complete cannabis concentrate containing cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids that are extracted from fresh-frozen cannabis flower. While distillate is

Colorado Purchase Limits

Cannabis has been legal in Colorado since 2000 for medical patients. In 2012, Colorado and Washington became the first states to legalize cannabis for recreational use. Since then, there have been countless changes to the rules and regulations on what constitutes a responsible limit for consumers to purchase.

While cannabis is still relatively new and more and more research is done, these regulations keep changing. For example, House Bill 1317

Stoned Appétit x Seed & Smith Collaboration

Stoned Appétit is an old friend of Seed & Smith. If you are unfamiliar with Stoned Appétit, they are a Colorado based podcast that helps promote and support the local culinary and cannabis communities. Stoned Appétit has participated in many local events as well, like our Seed & Smith dinner back in May, and always has a fun story or two to tell! Stoned Appétit is a two man

Refined Live Resin Oil Debuting for Seed & Smith’s 710 Event!

While no state has been handed the crown as the king of cannabis concentrates, Colorado is certainly a leader in the marijuana extraction space. We may be slightly biased, but our team believes Colorado may be home to some of the best concentrates in the US! Part of what makes Denver & Colorado such a hotspot for cannabis concentrates is the cultivation environment and history of trailblazing extraction techniques endorsed

Myths & Marijuana Facts

What do you think are the most common marijuana myths that we hear from patrons? While cannabis myths are no new thing, they seem to keep growing like the plants in our nursery. Cannabis educational materials are more prevalent now than ever, yet while giving our award-winning cannabis tours, serving medical patients & recreational consumers in the dispensary, and at cannabis events, we seem to hear myths circulating more than

Colorado Cannabis Legislation

Cannabis legislation is an ever-changing field. There are more than 50 individual state and territory laws, each with their own bills, statutes, and regulations. Then there are the federal laws; the complexity can sometimes be overwhelming. In Colorado, we are lucky to have a forward thinking community of local and state politicians interested in furthering the education, advancement, and healthy proliferation of cannabis throughout Colorado. But how is the rest

Military Appreciation Month: Veterans Discount for Cannabis

May is a notable month for many reasons, but we pay particular attention to the fact that May is Military Appreciation Month. First introduced by the late Senator McCain in 1999, May has been prominently revered by all servicemen & servicewomen, active or not, as a month to commemorate the efforts of all members of the US Department of Defense. The brave men and women who risk their lives to

April Product Spotlight: Infused Pre-Rolls & Dialed In Gummies


April is well underway, and we have had some great promotions so far! From Cheeba Chews to Dialed In and Koda, if you’re looking for some 4/20 deals, Seed & Smith is first on the list. To see all of our April deals, check out our 4/20 Calendar on our
promotions page!

 

Amongst all of our incredible vendors, we want to make sure you don’t miss out on our

Cleaning Your Paraphernalia

How To Clean Your Cannabis Paraphernalia, Including Our Favorite Tips!

Everyone’s favorite holiday is right around the corner… 4/20! April 20th is a sacred day to smokers worldwide, and even with an origin story that is a bit unknown, it’s a day cannabis lovers everywhere rejoice. In the last 10 years, the cannabis industry has seen tremendous growth and legalization, leading to innovative cannabis products. New types of edibles, a

Twitter & Cannabis

It’s no secret to those of us on social media that there are certain restrictions placed on cannabis that don’t apply to other products. Due to the differing legal status of cannabis across the US on a state-by-state basis, there are certain restrictions for cannabis marketing on social media. As a company with several cannabis dispensaries in Colorado, these restrictions can be very annoying!

These restrictions prevent us from

Cannabis Storage 101

Cannabis packaging comes in all shapes and sizes, from pouches, bags, jars, plastic containers, and everything in between. If you know how to store cannabis in the most optimal conditions after being cured in the correct manner, it can have a shelf life of up to 2 years! Now, it is easy to overlook the delicacy of the cannabis plant, especially when it has been trimmed, dried, cured, and packaged

Cannabis Terpene Guide: Your Quick Cheat Sheet

What Are Terpenes?

By now, you’ve heard about terpenes. Even individuals who are not frequent cannabis consumers are becoming aware of terpenes–those magical compounds found in plants. As a cannabis user, you might have heard a friend say, “Eat a mango before you smoke to really supercharge your high,” only to find out that mangos contain a fair amount of naturally occurring myrcene. Myrcene is just one of hundreds of

Cannabis In Sports: Can It Help Athletic Recovery?

In July of 2021, the world was gearing up to watch one of the fastest humans compete in the 100M race at the Tokyo Olympics. Expectations were certainly high as Sha’Carri Richardson was coming off of a first place finish at the US track and field trials in Oregon just weeks before. With expectations comes a certain degree of pressure and scrutiny, nothing unusual to world-class athletes like Sha’Carri. After

Dry January or T-Break January?

Dry January or T-Break January? How to live your healthiest life in the first month of the year!

 

What is Dry January? This is a relatively new term that has been floating around the last several years alluding to the abstinence from alcohol for the 31 days of January. In 2012, the British charity group Alcohol Change UK launched the Dry January initiative as a way to promote “ditching

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