Lush has been a family-owned and operated dispensary since March 2010 and strives to provide Denver cannabis patients with medical-grade marijuana products. They are committed to creating a private and secure environment where marijuana dispensary patients can feel comfortable browsing for meds. As a small family business in the heart of Denver, they are continuously working to cultivate effective cannabis strains to treat a variety of symptoms like insomnia, lack of appetite, anxiety, depression, pain, and PTSD. Lush operates in full compliance with Ballot Amendment 20 and is available to answer questions by phone or email.
Lush carries a menu of top-quality marijuana products designed to penetrate pain and provide alleviating benefits to assist cannabis patients with daily activities. They partner with a team of cultivators with over 20 years of growing experience to produce knockout strains like OG Kush, Bleu Cheese, Chem Valley Kush, Durban Poison, Grandma Cindy, and Xmas Cookies. Lush offers a collection of premium extracts in strain flavors like Durban Poison and Fabuloso x White Tang. Denver dispensary patients who are looking for a sweeter way to medicate can choose from an assortment of marijuana-infused chocolate, gummies, lollipops, Cheeba Chews, and tinctures. Lush also carries topicals from Apothecanna and Mary’s Medicinals and pre-rolls.
Lush welcomes Denver first-time patients with exclusive member prices on eighths, quarters, halves, and ounces of flower. Lush members will receive $20 eighths of flower and $5 off all concentrates on the first and last Friday of every month and receive a complimentary eighth for their birthday and when they make Lush their designated primary care center.
Lush is a marijuana dispensary located on 2nd Avenue in an industrial area of Central Denver, ten minutes away from the downtown warehouse district. They provide parking for medical marijuana patients coming from Denver, Aurora, Centennial, and Wheat Ridge. Lush also extends their services to the cannabis communities surrounding Lakewood, Aurora, Columbine, Ken Caryl, Columbine, and Stonegate.
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