Three medical marijuana dispensaries licensed to operate in the Valley

Grant Boone
June 5, 2018

It may be sold and used only in vapor, oil, patch, tincture, edible, and plant-matter form, and all of those products must be purchased from licensed dispensaries.

OH has licensed 56 locations that can sell medical marijuana once it becomes legal this fall, including two in Lake County.

Overall, there were 376 applications for the medical marijuana dispensaries.

Getting the retail licenses Monday were Quest Wellness Ohio II LLC at 4323 Market St., Youngstown, and Green Leaf Medical of Ohio II LLC at 2932 Youngstown Road in Warren.

The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that figure includes about $5.2 million in non-refundable application fees already collected from more than 650 prospective medical marijuana businesses.

The Board of Pharmacy on Monday named who will get the provisional licenses in 28 geographic districts.

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The Sylvania Avenue location in Toledo will be operated by GTI Ohio LLC, which runs dispensaries and manufacturing facilities in five states.

Ohio's 2016 medical marijuana law says the program must begin September 8.

The Ohio Board of Pharmacy didn't give an explanation as to why the company was disqualified.

In total, approximately 60 dispensaries were licensed across the state.

OH has selected 12 large growers and 12 small growers to participate in its medical marijuana program, including Ascension BioMedical LLC in Oberlin and Farkas Farms LLC in Grafton. They may sell only to patients with recommendations from state-certified physicians. But board liaison Ali Simon says that doesn't mean those areas won't have dispensaries someday.

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