It may have been a slow start, but it has been an honor to watch Maryland’s medical marijuana industry bloom. The industry’s analysts originally predicted Maryland’s marijuana market would gross $60 million in sales in three years, however, sales easily soured to $96 million. Mary and Main is more than grateful to be a part of the medical marijuana community, offering patients an alternative to opiates and addiction. As our medical marijuana dispensary celebrates our one year anniversary, we are also reflecting on how Maryland has grown in the industry. With over 70,000 patients in Maryland, making up more than 1% of the state, it’s no wonder Maryland growers need to increase flower production to meet demands.
Increase in Maryland Medical Marijuana Patients
The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission was taken back this past spring as over 1,200 patients inquired per day, on top of 300 applicants applying for their medical marijuana card. The state is focusing on combing through common issues and problems as the industry continues to flourish. Growers have no option but to expand to continue to meet demand for patient’s needs.
Do You Qualify for Maryland’s Medical Marijuana?
Below are the qualifications for treating with medical marijuana in the state of Maryland. If you suffer from any of these debilitations, we encourage you to apply for medical marijuana today. The registration process is simple, and your future self will thank you.
- Wasting Syndrome
- Severe or Chronic Pain
- Severe Nausea
- Seizures or persistent muscle spasms
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- A chronic or debilitating illness or medical condition that results in a patient being admitted into hospice or receiving palliative care
Mary and Main is a fully licensed and certified medical marijuana dispensary located in Capitol Heights, Maryland. Founded by doctors and experienced caregivers, Mary and Main provides safe, premium quality medical cannabis products with exemplary and compassionate service to all certified patients who are suffering from a number of chronic debilitating illnesses.
Consult with our staff professionals to determine the best opiate-free, addiction-free treatment plan for your needs.