Cannabis tours, cannabis dinner parties, cannabis party buses — the legalization of recreational marijuana has changed the game for travel to Colorado. Activities include everything from sushi and joint rolling to cooking with cannabis classes, and even hotels have started allowing guests to get high in the rooms. The state is even rich in ways to experience the touted health benefits of cannabis even if you aren’t keen on getting stoned. How? Cannabidiol, or CBD.
CBD doesn’t get you high, but proponents say there’s a myriad of health benefits from relieving stress to reducing inflammation. It’s everywhere in Colorado if you know where to look, and for many, CBD has become synonymous with a trip to Colorado. Here’s everything you need to know about CBD in Colorado.