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March 2018

Kimbo Kush & Blueberry Headband Drop 3/22 + RAD With Harmony!

By | Company News, Flower Drops

You are in for a serious, frosty treat this Thirsty Thursday as we are dropping a surefire Hall of Fame strain at the Cure! Kimbo Kush (pictured) is hitting the REC shelf tomorrow along with some equally nice Blueberry Headband.

A fierce & frosty cross of Starfighter 💫 x Blackberry Kush, Kimbo Kush is a unique genetic that grows like it was dropped from martians onto Earth. With a unique bud structure and more frost than Guy Fieri, she will quickly become a crowd favorite. While the flower is exquisite, we’re even more amped to make some full melt hash with the Kimbo as she’s definitely a squirter!

But that’s not all. On Sunday, we will be throwing our March Rec Appreciation Day. As usual, select strains will be offered at $99 an ounce and we will have some special specials on hand! The day will also feature the lowest live resin and concentrate pricing check our CannaSaverwe have ever offered! Make sure you for the concentrate deals.

Additionally, this RAD will feature none other than the fine folks over at Harmony Extracts dishing out 20% off on ALL Harmony products including their live resin PAX Pods!

If you’re unfamiliar with Harmony, just take a glimpse at this video and make sure you swing by on Sunday:

Artist Henry Daniel Bell is Redoing Our Lion Mural on I-25!

By | Company News

A few months ago, graffiti artists vandalized our legendary Lion mural that sits on Interstate 25. While we are sad to see our Lion depart, we prefer to look at the glass half full.

And with local artist Henry Daniel Bell at the helm of our new mural, the glass will certainly be filled! Henry has begun work on our new mural and we can’t wait to show you the epic finished product.

Here’s a look at some of Henry’s work that should give you an idea of the treat Denver is in for:

Henry Daniel Bell was born and raised in Denver, Colorado and since childhood has lived his life in perpetual exploration of creative boundaries in all aspects of existence.

Henry’s works include large scale vibrant landscapes of light and color which have the ability to transport the beholder to places beyond reality.  Simultaneously, his raw and minimal abstract works compel the deepest caverns of ones emotional landscape.

Ultimately Henry finds most merit in creating what his heart wants to see-he explains, “with the infinite forms of beauty inside and out of this world, why limit one’s expression.” via