There were some long lines and waits at the nine pharmacies across the state
Medical marijuana patients packed Louisiana’s nine cannabis pharmacies on Monday, the first day of the expansion of the state’s program to include the raw, smokable form of the medicine as an option, though many complained about the cost of the raw buds.
Until Monday Louisiana’s only two legal growers — LSU AgCenter, Southern AgCenter and their private partners — could only produce the medicine in processed form like tinctures and edible gummies.
“It’s an exciting day; it feels like the first day again from August 2019 when the first products became available,” said John Davis of Good Day Farms, LSU AgCenter’s private partner and grower.
There were some long lines and waits at the nine pharmacies across the state, according to media reports.
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