Less than a month after they opened for business, several of Pennsylvania’s medical dispensaries are out of product. Two Philadelphia region dispensaries are essentially sold out, the Associated Press reported. A dispensary in the Pittsburgh area was out of stock and temporarily closed, Triblive reported.
The interruption comes as six medical marijuana dispensaries are open for business in Pennsylvania but only one grower-processer has shipped medical marijuana.
However, two more growers-processors are expected to be shipping product before the end of the month.
In the central part of the state, Organic Remedies in Hampden Township in Cumberland County had a “decent amount” of product as of Tuesday morning, said Eric Hauser, the CEO.
That included pens used for vaporizing medical marijuana and cartridges for them, and medical marijuana in liquid concentrate form. However, Organic Remedies was out of capsules, which have seen some of the highest demand, and creams and lotions, which have been unavailable since day one.
Hauser said he has received calls from patients in the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh areas and was expecting some of them to travel to