For Stormy Clark, there’s no such thing as a quick trip to get her medicine. A patient in Ohio’s medical marijuana program, Clark must drive 64 miles from her home in Proctorville, across the Ohio River from Huntington, W.V., to the nearest retail store in Jackson. But that dispensary doesn’t always carry the products she needs, so she’s been driving to Marietta – 105 miles each way. A few months ago she drove three hours to Dayton to find the right marijuana products that relieve pain from a slipped disc in her neck. She had to stop every once in a while to stretch, to let the blood flow back into her fingers. In addition to the high cost of medical marijuana; it’s not covered by health insurance.
Cannabis Business Executive – Cannabis and Marijuana industry news, 02/23/2021 08:11:00