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Medical marijuana patients in New Jersey will now be able to buy a product that previously hasn’t been allowed in dispensaries in the state: Vaporizer cartridges filled with marijuana concentrate.
The state Department of Health last week waived the rule that restricted the six medical marijuana providers in New Jersey from selling the cartridges. The Department has already received requests for permission from two providers to start producing and selling those products.
Curaleaf New Jersey, the Bellmawr-based dispensary, will start selling its cartridges on Friday, the company said Thursday night.
Jeff Brown, assistant health commissioner, said allowing more medical marijuana products to be sold in New Jersey is a Health Department priority and part of the new rules it proposed earlier this year. Those