Illinois Medical Cannabis

Illinois Medical #Cannabis Sales Surge by Nearly $2 Million in March

  • On April 5, 2017, the Illinois Medical Cannabis Pilot Program announced that it brought in approximately $6.3 million in retail medical marijuana sales for the month of March, a nearly $2 million surge from the $4.9 million in sales for the month of February.
  • Out of the $6.3 million, dry flower accounted for $3.5 million in medical marijuana sales, a jump from February’s $2.8 million.
  • The Illinois Department of Public Health also reported that it accepted 1,310 applications in March, increasing the number of qualifying medical marijuana patients from 16,990 to 18,300.
  • Licensed medical marijuana dispensaries served just over 12,200 unique customers, who purchased 291,532 grams of dry flower.
  • Illinois has produced just over $53.8 million in retail sales since dispensaries opened on Nov. 9, 2015.

The Illinois Medical Cannabis Pilot Program announced that retail medical marijuana sales surged nearly $2 million for the month of March.

@MJINews: Illinois Medical #Cannabis Sales Surge by Nearly $2 Million in March

On April 5, 2017, the Illinois Medical Cannabis Pilot Program announced that it brought in approximately $6.3 million in retail medical marijuana sales for the month of March, a nearly $2 million surge from the $4.9 million in sales for the month of February.

Out of the $6.3 million, dry flower accounted for $3.5 million in medical marijuana sales, a jump from February’s $2.8 million. Concentrates/infused-products accounted for $2.8 million in sales for the month.

The Illinois Department of Public Health also reported that it accepted 1,310 applications in March, increasing the number of qualifying medical marijuana patients from 16,990 to 18,300.

Licensed medical marijuana dispensaries served just over 12,200 unique customers, who purchased 291,532 grams of dry flower. Illinois has produced just over $53.8 million in retail sales since dispensaries opened on Nov. 9, 2015.

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Illinois Medical Cannabis

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