About MMJ in Colorado
In the year 2000, a majority of our citizens voted to approve Amendment 20 of the Colorado Constitution. Today, over 115,000 adult Colorado residents have found relief with a medical marijuana card and cannabis.
Is medical marijuana right for you?
Amendment 20 provides registration for medical marijuana cards for adults over the age of 18 that experience forms of chronic pain and suffering.
If you suffer from chronic pain and want to try an alternative medicine, then Discreet Treats can assist you with finding a licensed MMJ Doctor's office near you.
Marijuana can be very potent. If you are a new user, please be cautious.
Always take marijuana in a safe place where you have no responsibilities. For your first time, please take marijuana at home with a trusted friend or significant other with you. Smoking is very hard on the lungs.
Please consider a vaporizer and/or edible products as healthier methods of ingesting the medicine.
A very brief history of medical marijuana in Colorado
November 7, 2000: Fifty-four percent of voters approved Amendment 20 on and made medical marijuana a Constitutional right.
January, 2009, the US Ogden Memo opened the doors for greater investment.
June 7, 2010, Colorado signed into law HB1284 to regulate, monitor and support medical marijuana businesses.
On July 1st, 2011 Colorado enacted the most revolutionary medical marijuana business model in the United States; fully supported, registered and regulated by the State, DOR, and the newly created MMED.