Cannabis Consumption in Las Vegas

Cannabis consumption in Las Vegas has grown in popularity since laws were changed to make cannabis legal in Nevada in 2017. The internationally-known gambling destination of Las Vegas is today home to dozens of dispensaries and cannabis-related businesses as a vibrant cannabis culture is here to stay.

When you visit Las Vegas you can find a wide variety of cannabis products available, ranging from flower, edibles, tinctures, concentrates, and topicals. Just do not smoke cannabis out in public when you visit here. Doing so is not legal. Also do not smoke cannabis in a casino resort room because that will get you into trouble.

Does it seem like Las Vegas invites people here with the promise of available cannabis and then fails to deliver? The simple answer is YES. Las Vegas became known for a number of cannabis-focused local events which would indicate an increase acceptance. But during all of 2020 through the end of 2022 the coronavirus pandemic impeded what had been thought would be a very rapid expansion of celebrating cannabis culture locally.

Will there be an expansion of cannabis culture in Las Vegas? Perhaps one clue will be found in the 2023 opening of The Lexi which will be the first of its kind—a cannabis-oriented hotel. The property located on Sahara Avenue just west of the I-15 freeway and the Las Vegas Strip will feature a European-style pool with the label of “topless optional,” an uncommon feature even in Las Vegas. The question remains whether Sin City will be ready to handle mixing nudity with weed.

Overall, it is completely accurate to report that most people will conclude that Las Vegas is hampered by often confusing laws which govern cannabis consumption even though cannabis was legalized in this state back in 2017. The confusion seems to have grown accidentally rather than being a deliberate choice of lawmakers.

A strong attempt to manage the statewide laws governing cannabis was the creation of the Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board (CCB) which is the legal entity that approves licensing and operation of cannabis consumption lounges not just in Las Vegas, but throughout all of Nevada. An official listing of the state-approved license holders is posted online.

Cannabis consumption became available first in Las Vegas at NuWu which is owned and operated by indigenous peoples, the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe. The venue is two blocks north of the Fremont Street Experience in Downtown Las Vegas but walking there is not recommended for any visitors.

In contrast, visitors on the Las Vegas Strip can walk to Planet 13 the largest cannabis dispensary in the world. This venue promises to become the most desirable adjacent experience for Las Vegas Strip visitors seeking to consume cannabis during their stay.

Dr. Woody Cannabis Coaching: Cannabis for Grownups

If you consider yourself a grownup and you live where cannabis has been legalized, this section of this website is especially intended tp benefit you. The emphasis here in this section of this website is on the use of cannabis for health benefits and not the use of cannabis for getting high or stoned.

I’m known in Las Vegas for Dr. Woody’s Cannabis Coaching (see my cannabis coaching page on Facebook).

Over the span of a few years I became respected in Las Vegas as someone who coaches others as to the best uses of cannabis. My focus has always been how you can use cannabis as medicine.

I happen to not be interested at all in the recreational use of cannabis to get high and alter your mood. You don’t need coaching for that usage of cannabis at all. Just walk into any retail location that legally sells cannabis if you want to get high. It’s so easy to buy that kind of cannabis.

If you’re a grownup who does not want to consider cannabis for pleasure or getting high, you may need help, coaching, training and so on to guide you in best practices.

Get this honest and down-to-earth book about the benefits for grownups (people age 50 and older) who choose to use the medicine plant, cannabis absolutely free of charge. No obligation. The author is of the Baby Boom generation–born in the middle of the 20th century–with direct, personal experience using cannabis products.

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Every body of every human is slightly different. But from my personal experience, I recommend a specific cannabis product that anyone in the U.S. can legally purchase online from Amazon and then use the product for medicinal outcomes. You don’t need to walk into a cannabis dispensary. You just order this product online and it will be delivered to you.

These hemp gummies are not habit-forming. You WILL NOT get high from these gummies. I found these gummies help me get better sleep, ease my body’s muscular pains, and generally make me feel less stressed out and therefore much better in my daily life.

You swallow this edible product. You won’t end up smelling like a teenage pothead. There is no smoke and no scent at all because hemp gummies go in your mouth and then down your throat to your stomach. Nobody will even know you are using hemp gummies for medical outcomes.

Hemp is just a small word with a big ancient history. The preferred botanical term is cannabis. The scientific fact (not just one writer’s opinion) is that these hemp gummies cannot get you high because they contain no THC—the abbreviation for Tetrahydocannabinol. Amazon could not sell hemp gummies online for delivery to you unless hemp gummies were legal. And these hemp gummies are most definitely 100% legal in the U.S. today.

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You Can Use Cannabis as Medicine

Cannabis for Grownups

I’m known in Las Vegas for Dr. Woody’s Cannabis Coaching (see my cannabis coaching page on Facebook).

Over a few years I have become respected as someone who coaches others as to the best uses of cannabis. My focus has always been how you can use cannabis as medicine.

I happen to not be interested at all in the recreational use of cannabis to get high and alter your mood. You don’t need coaching for that usage of cannabis at all. Just walk into any retail location that legally sells cannabis if you want to get high. It’s so easy to buy that kind of cannabis.

If you’re a grownup who does not want to consider cannabis for pleasure or getting high, you may need help, coaching, training and so on to guide you in best practices.

Every body of every human is slightly different. But from my personal experience, I recommend a specific cannabis product that anyone in the U.S. can legally purchase online from Amazon and then use the product for medicinal outcomes. You don’t need to walk into a cannabis dispensary. You just order this product online and it will be delivered to you.

These hemp gummies are not habit-forming. You WILL NOT get high from these gummies. I found these gummies help me get better sleep, ease my body’s muscular pains, and generally make me feel less stressed out and therefore much better in my daily life.

You swallow this edible product. You won’t end up smelling like a teenage pothead. There is no smoke and no scent at all because hemp gummies go in your mouth and then down your throat to your stomach. Nobody will even know you are using hemp gummies for medical outcomes.

Hemp is just a small word with a big ancient history. The preferred botanical term is cannabis. The scientific fact (not just one writer’s opinion) is that these hemp gummies cannot get you high because they contain no THC—the abbreviation for Tetrahydocannabinol. Amazon could not sell hemp gummies online for delivery to you unless hemp gummies were legal. And these hemp gummies are most definitely 100% legal in the U.S. today.

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Truth in advertising: I receive NO COMMISSION at all if you purchase hemp gummies from Amazon.

Las Vegas Cannabis Business Coach Reshaping Industry Expectations

Las Vegas, NV – April 25, 2019 – Woody Goulart, known as “Dr. Woody,” has a doctoral degree in communications and he is reshaping cannabis industry expectations with his branded business improvement service known as Dr. Woody Cannabis Coaching (drwoodycannabiscoaching.com).

The accepted standard in the training of marijuana dispensary employees is to focus upon what is being sold to customers. “To place a strong emphasis upon cannabis products can be an unwise choice,” says Woody Goulart, “especially due to wide differences in how medical marijuana customers shop inside dispensaries compared to recreational customers.”

As a card-carrying Nevada medical marijuana customer who is over 60, Goulart says he has experienced Las Vegas dispensary employees who were uncomfortable behaving and communicating with older customers. Such experiences motivated him to fine-tune his Las Vegas business and life coaching efforts to include cannabis industry sales skills training and mentoring of dispensary employees. He has appeared at Las Vegas cannabis education events.

His skill-building instruction and mentoring comes in two varieties—one for consumers, and, another for current or future employees in the cannabis industry. Both can be used in any U.S. location where medical marijuana is legally available.

“The trick I found is to offer a service priced low but offers new and enhanced business skills for cannabis industry employees. Take my coaching and you will learn exactly how to use trustworthy methods of adapting what you say and how you frame it when you talk to dispensary customers,” Goulart says. He notes that older industries already rely upon such consultative sales approaches. He explains, “The cannabis industry is rapidly evolving today. The best dispensary sales efforts are going to be those where employees confidently adapt their approach and communication individually to satisfy each customer differently as needed.”

Goulart also recently launched a private tutoring service delivered on a one-to-one basis to individuals who need guidance in choosing the most appropriate cannabis products for particular medical purposes.