$19.77 – 1/8ths of Calisto Og by Calistos Garden


The Stone

4842 Morrison Rd. Denver,
Colorado 80219

303-881-5415

$19.77 - 1/8ths of Calisto Og by Calistos Garden. Calisto Og by Calistos Garden is a premium variety of cannabis flower produced by Calistos Garden.

Calisto's Garden is a Denver-based licensed recreational marijuana grow facility that only sells to those 21 and over. Their cannabis strains are carefully cultivated and grown with love, resulting in top-quality buds with potent effects.

$19.77 - 1/8ths of Calisto Og by Calistos Garden

Visitors to the garden will be struck by the lush greenery and vibrant colors of the plants, expertly cared for by the knowledgeable growers on staff. The aroma of the flowers fills the air, tempting customers to sample some of Calisto's signature strains.

In addition to their fantastic flower options, Calisto's Garden also carries a variety of marijuana-infused edibles, tinctures, and topicals for those seeking alternative consumption methods.

No matter the preference, customers can trust that they will leave Calisto's Garden with a high-grade product that offers a pleasant and enjoyable experience.

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The Legality of Cannabis

After a long and patient battle for the legalization of Cannabis across the US, it has finally happened. Many advocates for the decriminalization of marijuana have followed the path with solid information on benefits to many medical issues. Although the House of Representatives spent many years deliberating this option, some states have challenged the status quo and won. They listened to the needs of the people and passed laws decriminalizing Cannabis for use medically and, recreationally 

House Passes Historic Bill to Decriminalize Cannabis 

Since the 1960s, Cannabis has been federally classified; as a Schedule 1 drug. Millions of dollars are spent to fight this drug blight on the country. Many advocates of marijuana; have lobbied, done research, and challenged the reasons based on history as to why there is such a strict classification of the drug. Factual statistics and support from medical doctors and science have paved the way for this day, December 4, 2020, to go down in the history books. 

The vote itemized the list on Friday 4, on the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act, or otherwise named the MORE Act. Its specifics noted the decriminalization of marijuana; and for people with federal criminal records for non-violent acts related, expunged. 

The MORE Bill

The MORE Bill is complete in its approval to include expansion for business opportunities for people desirous, to enter the business market for Cannabis products. This is a good thing because the market does exist. It enables persons to become regulated under a framework, ensuring they can conduct business legally. Of course, they have to ensure proper licensing and adhere to zoning regulations, etc. 

The Bill also gives doctors treating veterans the authority to prescribe veterans that suffer from diseases like PTS and PTSD. Thus the benefits of the Medical Cannabis Industry will be of help to these men and women who have served their country tirelessly and need to get back to normal life. 

For Congress to boldly level this vote as reported by NBC News: vote count, 222 Democrats were in favor of passing the MORE Act and six were against it. Five Republicans voted in favor of it and 158 voted against passing it: as quoted. It paves the way for funds to be poured into communities marginalized for decades; because of the war on Cannabis as a dangerous drug. 

"It is the right thing to do."

As reported in a direct quote: "It is the right thing to do," said co-sponsor of the MORE Act, Rep. Earl Blumenauer, D-Ore., co-chair of the Congressional Cannabis Caucus before Friday's vote. "For too long, the war on drugs has targeted young people, especially Black people, and rejected the advice of experts." 

In Rep. Earl Blumenauer's presentation, he has been fighting for the decriminalization of Cannabis as a Schedule 1 drug since 1970. He was offended by the classification by then-President Nixon declaring the ‘war on drugs’ and classifying marijuana as ‘public enemy number one!’ 

Blumenauer's analysis, to further bring his beliefs to bear substance; noted that heroin and ecstasy ARE, Schedule 1 drugs, and they are addictive. Unlike cannabis, that is not, and there are more therapeutic and medical benefits to the user of cannabis products. 

Any drug can be addictive, even Cannabis, especially if it is used contrary to the medical recommendations of the doctor's prescription. Like any drug, there have to be responsibility and control choices made by individuals.

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