Medical Marijuana Gets Final Approval For Distribution Statewide
After many months of delays and in-fighting, it appears that medical marijuana is on its way to approved state vendors.
Louisiana AG Commissioner, Mike Strain, stated this in a press conference:
Today, the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF) completed testing on the first batch of medical marijuana produced by Louisiana State University’s (LSU’s) sub-contractor GB Sciences of Louisiana, LLC (LSU-GBSL).
“We are pleased to announce that LSU-GBSL's final medical marijuana product has passed all testing and is cleared for immediate release to the medical marijuana pharmacies,” Louisiana Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain, D.V.M. said. “We look forward to continuing our working relationship with LSU-GBSL and SU-ADB/ILERA as we move into the next phase of the program. We also want to thank everyone who has worked tirelessly from inception through production and testing to make this a reality.”
On Monday, July 29, 2019, a random sample of the medical marijuana final product was selected by the LDAF from LSU-GBSL. The sample was tested for homogeneity, potency and contaminants.
Delivery is expected to be sent to the approved pharmacy vendors across the state by the middle of next week.