Talking about growing a business in Washington DC is like strangulation, legal bindings are never lenient there. Metropolitan Wellness Centre is one prime example of it. When you opt to live and hunt for a medical dispensary that offers marijuana, it involves a great deal of work. Sadly, you’ll have to be resourceful enough to get to know about these centers.
Stacked between several shops, there comes an unnamed office with magazine posters pasted diagonally and not clearly advertising what they are selling. If you get it right, that’s exactly one of those five medical dispensaries in DC offering cannabis. The successful growth of this business has heightened Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission expectations to such an extent that they’re placing effort for expansion by building more offices.
Official reports that similar programs are in operation in Colorado and California where marijuana are easily available and readily accessible, which is in contrast to the east coast where laws are stricter for medical marijuana dispensing. Jokingly, it involves a written legal recommendation to even sight marijuana; your eyes can steal. You’ll never see marijuana displayed in racks in any dispensary, that’s because it is required to be placed stashed behind locked doors.
Lawmakers of Maryland prohibited this open display and made rules that have clearly separated zones of operation from public. Even registered patients will only touch after it is dispensed to them, in protective packaging.
General Manager of Metropolitan Wellness Centre is a lady Vanessa West, who reports that one-third of nearly 4000 registered patients in marijuana programs are facilitated through this centre. According to her, patients typically are Caucasian’s in their twenties, while African American in their 40’s.
The centre serves to provide edible marijuana variants from smoke-able buds to a raw cold press juice, however these edibles are not allowed in Maryland. Undercover, Green Thumb Industries being in Washington County receives undisputed permissions from local planning commissions for growing cultivation outside Hagerstown.