FLORISSANT • In an effort to share their passion for healthy living, Ryan and Jen Conley have opened The Farmacy at 18172 Teller County One in Florissant.
A grand opening was held March 5 for the shop, a combination produce store and CBD dispensary. The Conleys sell home-grown produce as well as hemp products and CBD items from their business Namasayin Farms.
In a Facebook post, Ryan Conley described The Farmacy as “An apothecary style farm store featuring all of our amazing CBD products as well as farm fresh organic vegetables, eggs, mutton, lamb, jellies, jams, pickled stuff, ferments, soaps, lotions, a beauty line, shirts, hats, hoodies, veggie starts, hand made jewelry, candles, house plants and much much more! All grown or made by us at our farm!”
The couple are also offering space to other vendors and so far, six have joined them: Schofield Homestead with homemade soaps, and hair and beard oils; Bombtanicals Body Care; Made in the Mountains, featuring handmade crafts utilizing aspen wood and other fine materials; The Mountain Woodchic, highlighting unique art and home décor; and Nature’s Treasures, with items made from mountain materials.
The Conleys have owned and operated Namasayin’ Farms for seven years in Florissant after