The Illinois Department of Public Health reported a drop of nearly $2 million in January medical cannabis sales.
In December, Illinois totaled $34,482,201.90 in sales compared to January’s total of $32,670,476.42.
Illinois’ sales of dry flower for medical patients decreased from $16,425,454.53 in December to $15,376,468.25 in January.
January concentrates/infused-products also dropped by nearly $1 millions, from $18,056,747.37 in December to $17,294,008.17 in January.
In January, licensed medical cannabis dispensaries served 65,448 unique patients, who purchased 1,161,731 grams of dry cannabis. In December, licensed medical cannabis dispensaries served 66,848 unique patients, who purchased 1,248,516 grams of dry cannabis.
The IDPH has approved applications for 151,741 qualifying patients (including 770 persons under 18 years of age), since it began accepting applications for the Medical Cannabis Registry Program on September 2, 2014.
In 2020, retail sales by licensed medical cannabis dispensaries totaled $32,670,476.42.
Total retail sales since November 2015 by licensed medical cannabis dispensaries has totaled $920,594,537.25.
Cultivators have totaled $26,694,712.18 in wholesales for 2020 and $860,734,886.29 since November 2015.
In 2020, retail sales by the 55 licensed medical cannabis dispensaries totaled $365,705,689.46.
Retail sales of medical cannabis for November totaled $30,793,569.83, including $14,863,940.22 in dry flower sales and $15,929,629.61 in concentrates/infused-products.
Licensed medical cannabis dispensaries served 63,753 unique patients, who purchased 1,129,997 grams of dry cannabis.
The recreational cannabis sales for 2020 totaled $669,084,410.12, and the yearly medical cannabis totals of $365,705,689.46 brought in yearly retail sales of $1,034,790,099.58.
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