The Ohio State Board Of Pharmacy This Past Week Released Draft Rules Detailing The Allowable Amounts, Reported.

The states program is slated to become operational in September 2018. The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy this past week released draft rules detailing the allowable amounts, reported. Regulators are proposing limiting supplies by a products amount of THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. Ohio would be the first of the 28 medical marijuana states to calculate limits this way. I think this is the right approach because were in the middle of the pack of states that have adopted this, Steven Schierholt, executive director of the State Board of Pharmacy, told the Ohio Medical Marijuana Advisory Committee. Weve benefited from what other states have done and have the benefit of their successes and failures. Patients could buy and possess up to six ounces of plant material or marijuana products containing the equivalent amount of THC in a 90-day period. Patients could mix and match products, but the amount could not exceed a total 90-day supply. Chris Lindsey, senior legislative counsel for pro-marijuana group Marijuana Policy Project, said dosage and supply are tricky limits for the state to set because doctors cant prescribe how much a patient can consume. The proposed rules would impose a $100 fee on each strain or dosage of a product, which would likely be paid by the product manufacturer.

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