Medical cannabis patients can soon buy gummies

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Paul Walsh of the Star Tribune reports that patients who have registered with Minnesota’s medical cannabis program are now eligible to purchase gummy or chewable forms from state dispensaries. Minnesota Commissioner of Health Jan Malcolm: “[The] chews and gummies may be helpful options for patients who have difficulty swallowing tablets or pills, don’t want to smoke cannabis or don’t like the taste.”

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