5 reasons why there’s a medical marijuana drought in Pennsylvania
Marijuana Industry NewsMedical MarijuanaPennsylvania September 30, 2019 MJ Shareholders 0
September 30, 2019 by AggregatedNews Leave a Comment
Medical marijuana is the only medicine that helps Dalton Hunsberger with seizures, nausea and anxiety.
But for two months, it’s been very difficult to find the medicine that treats the 21-year-old Perkasie man’s epilepsy and other symptoms. “When the dispensaries get it in, it’s gone within a couple of hours,” said Dalton’s mother, Charis Hunsberger.
Pennsylvania is in the grip of a medical marijuana drought, according to multiple dispensary owners from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh.
“We’re trying to help as many patients as possible in an equitable way so the people who get in first aren’t the only ones who get it,” said Mike Badey, CEO of Keystone Shops, a dispensary chain. “It’s frustrating. It’s also the perception of a shortage can exacerbate a shortage. It’s like a run on the banks.” [Read more at The Philadelphia Inquirer]
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