The Illinois Department of Public Health reported June medical cannabis sales today.
The drop for June is not surprising, especially when patients also had to deal with confusion and glitches of Illinois replacing its medical dispensary registry portal.
For the third straight month, retail sales of medical cannabis decreased.
Retail sales of medical cannabis for June totaled $31,776,279.07, including $14,752,935.25 in dry flower sales and $17,023,343.82 in concentrates/infused-products.
Licensed medical cannabis dispensaries served 67,625 unique patients, who purchased 1,085,406 grams of dry cannabis.
These totals continue a downward trend of medical sales.
Retail sales of medical cannabis for May totaled $34,187,235.91, including $15,959,384.32 in dry flower sales and $18,227,851.59 in concentrates/infused-products.
Retail sales of medical cannabis for April totaled $35,281,250.08, including $16,625,990.77 in dry flower sales and $18,655,259.31 in concentrates/infused-products.
The April totals were a decrease from March totals.
Retail sales of medical cannabis for March totaled $35,688,321.20, including $16,678,374.50 in dry flower sales and $19,009,946.70 in concentrates/infused-products.
Total retail sales since November 2015 by licensed medical cannabis dispensaries totaled $1,087,107,622.04.
Total wholesale sales since November 2015 by cultivation centers totaled $1,215,227,814.37.
All sales figures reflect voided sales. Prior to 2017, voided sales were not reflected in these figures.
Monthly Totals for 2021:
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