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Shortage of medical marijuana in Connecticut after recreational sale becomes legal

Some medical marijuana patients say they’ve already noticed changes in stock in the week since recreational cannabis sales began in Connecticut.

Medical patients have more options in terms of product type and THC level. Because demand has skyrocketed since recreational sales began, the Fine Fettle staff believes Connecticut growers are unable to keep up.

Medical Marijuana To Become Legal In Connecticut

“I think some of our medical patients were used to having a greater variety and there’s been a little bit of a delay on the grower side in getting that variety out to us,” said Dennis So, the general manager of Fine Fettle in Newington.

The state’s Social Equity Council selected 16 cultivators to grow marijuana. According to Fine Fettle employees, only four products are currently being produced.

According to the Department of Consumer Protection, there is no shortage of products that have historically been available in the medical market, but new products like gummies may be limited. DCP stated that it will continue to monitor the market to ensure that medical patients have sufficient medicine supply.

Fine Fettle employees are hopeful that production will resume soon and the menu for medical patients will return to normal. Here are some examples of what 1/4 ounce of cannabis flower or its equivalent might look like:

  • 7 pre-rolled cigarettes weighing 1 gram each, or 14 pre-rolled cigarettes weighing 0.5 grams each. Or any combination up to a total of 7 grams, or 1/4 ounce.
  • Two to four vape cartridges in.5 mL and 1 mL capacities.
  • Types and sizes of edibles vary. A standard-sized brownie or cookie can contain.08 grams of cannabis flower. THC cannot exceed 5 milligrams per edible serving.
  • A mixture of different product types totaling no more than 14 ounces.

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Where To Buy?

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Some medical marijuana patients say they’ve already noticed changes in stock in the week since recreational cannabis sales began in Connecticut.

These are the Medical Marijuana Dispensaries that have been notified that they have successfully completed the necessary steps for conversion to a hybrid license and can now sell cannabis products to all adults 21 and over.

  • Affinity, New Haven
  • Bluepoint Wellness of Connecticut, Branford
  • Still River Wellness, Torrington
  • Fine Fettle Dispensary – Newington, Newington
  • Fine Fettle Dispensary – Stamford, Stamford
  • Fine Fettle Dispensary – Willimantic, Willimantic
  • The Botanist – Danbury, Danbury
  • The Botanist – Montville, Montville
  • Willow Brook Wellness, Meriden

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