The very first dispensary for medical marijuana just opened today at Oneida County during the Commercial Drive at New Hartford. Operated by the Valley Agriceuticals, the Remedy Dispensary will sell capsules, tinctures, as well as cartridges meant for vaping that is created with the cannabis oil. This concoction is made between varying ratios of chemicals THC, which is the proactive ingredient found in Marijuana as well as CBD. This dispensary is located by 4776 Commercial Drive.
Oneida County served as one among the major places for the company to launch a dispensary, commented Erik Holling, the Valley Agriceuticals President. He further added that there was no local presence for medical marijuana and with the nearest one being more than an hour’s drive, it was important to bring in this facility for the users.
The company plans on introducing the right quality, medicine, and treatment for patients in the area. This is just the beginning for medical cannabis near New York State and it will grow continually. But when one takes a look at the CVS, medical cannabis cannot be found close by. The company hopes to serve as the best steward for acquiring medical cannabis for the residents.
A total of 5 companies received registration for growth, manufacturing, and sales of medical marijuana in 2015 in the states with the sales starting by 2016. The company, Valley Agriceuticals stood as one among the 2nd from this group of 5 companies that were registered in the month of August. The organizations that were registered might operate a manufacturing and growth facility along with 4 dispensaries.
Patients with a medical condition that qualifies for use of marijuana for health purpose can take benefit from the help of nurse practitioner, doctor, and physician assistant that has been registered with this program. The registered providers have been listed over the health website of the New York State Department. The patients eligible for use of medical marijuana living in the New York area must meet a set of conditions. They must be diagnosed with any of the listed conditions which include HIV/AIDS, Cancer, ALS, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, spinal injury, epilepsy, etc.
Patients seeking access to medical marijuana should also have association or complication of conditions such as chronic pain, wasting syndrome or cachexia, severe nausea, seizures, persistent spasms in muscles, PTSD, or disorders from the use of opioids. The second dispensary by the company shall be conceived at Bardonia at Rockland County dated Thursday.