Medical Marijuana Missouri Video Growers Ready

Oct, 2020
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When will medical marijuana be in a Missouri dispensary near you? Take a video tour inside one of Missouri’s MMJ cultivation facilities. Soon patients can expect cannabis to hit the shelves in 7-14 days according to Carrollton, MO cultivators.

Carrollton, Missouri has a population of less than 4,000 – they are now outnumbered by over 12,000 budding MMJ plants.

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When will medical marijuana be in Missouri dispensaries?

Carrollton County Cannabis, Co. (C4,) spoke with Channel KY3 and expects medical marijuana to hit the dispensary shelves this week with a new harvest every 12 days.

The Department of Health and Senior Services is tasked with inspecting every dispensary, cultivation, infused product manufacturing, and testing facility prior to opening their doors.

Find medical marijuana doctors near you in Missouri

Elevate Holistics offers online telehealth medical appointments for Missouri residents. Book online today or call now to find out if you qualify.

Elevate Holistics is HIPAA-Compliant and operates to protect your privacy. Talk to a compassionate MMJ doctor today!

Want to find a dispensary near you in Missouri?

Check out this map with listings of all MMJ shops provided by the DHSS. According to the Department of Health and Senior Services, Missouri has over 75,000 registered cannabis patients.

How many licensed growers will dispensaries have?

The DHSS shall license 192 licensed dispensaries in Missouri, and they can buy from 60 licensed cultivation facilities.

When did Missouri legalize cannabis as medicine?

Missouri approved Amendment 2 to legalize medical marijuana on Election Day 2018. It passed with 65.5% of the popular vote. With that historic vote, Missouri became the 33rd U.S. state to legalize cannabis for qualifying patients.

At six million residents plus, Missouri is the 18th-most populous state of the country. The most populace urban areas are St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield and Columbia.