As medical marijuana gains more popularity across the country, there is a growing need for marijuana Dispensaries. Currently, only eight states legally allow medical marijuana dispensers, and those laws vary from state to state. Patients and providers are confused about whether they can open a Medical Marijuana Dispensary or not under their current circumstances. However, according to a recent article in Forbes Magazine, “many Dispensaries are doing just fine, operating legally, and dealing with both legitimate doctors and patient groups.” Additionally, many of these same sources reported that many patients no longer smoke marijuana due to the various side effects and associated health risks. In fact, many patients have stopped smoking because they are so serious about alleviating their pain and suffering.Learn more about us at Dispensary Bellevue
In the meantime, marijuana growers, processors, manufacturers, and retailers continue to find ways to unlock the next door in marijuana law, while working through the current regulatory framework to produce an American version of the Health Center. Some believe that the federal government would rather regulate businesses than allowing individuals and doctors to enjoy the benefits of medical marijuana. However, if the United States moves towards full legalization, it will be interesting to watch the logistical challenges that accompany the implementation of such a change. If the current system created hurdles for legitimate businesses, what will happen when new shops open in neighborhoods and cities across the country?
Currently, some Dispensaries are operating without any state or local permission or regulation, even though they are within the lines of what is currently allowed by the United States government. These types of operations are often described as “back-bay” clinics, or back-grow clinics. Some of the greatest difficulties faced by these types of clinics are due to differences between cultivation and distribution, as well as differences in dosage.