Columbia Care now offering whole flower at its medical marijuana dispensaries, including the one in Riverhead
Columbia Care, which since January 2016 has operated a medical marijuana dispensary in Riverhead, has begun selling whole flower at its four medical marijuana dispensaries in New York, including the one on East Main Street in Riverhead.
Columbia Care, one of the country's largest marijuana growers and operators of medical marijuana dispensaries, has purchased a 34-acre farm and greenhouse facility in Riverhead for $42.5 million.
Research into the value of CBDs shows some pretty powerful results: they relieve pain, aid sleep, reduce tension, ease nerve pain, slow aging, revitalize skin tissue, even balance blood sugar. They've even been called "the most promising drug that has come out for neuropsychiatric diseases in the last 50 years."
At the end of the first year of operation of medical marijuana dispensaries in New York, including Suffolk's only dispensary located in Riverhead, the debate about the newly legalized drug continues.
Columbia Care is launching a new controlled-dose, solid-filled medical marijuana pill that will be the first of its kind in the nation.
Medical marijuana's recent legalization is personal for Columbia Care's CEO, who helped his mother overcome her debilitating arthritis pain with a topical balm.
Suffolk County's only medical marijuana dispensary is aiming for an opening date of January 17 at an East Main Street medical office building.
Residents of the Millbrook Gables community, across the road from a new proposed location for a medical marijuana dispensary in Riverhead, are objecting to the site.
The dozens of protesters who turned out at Town Hall last night all came with the same message: any longer of a wait would be too long for the patients in need of a life-saving, life-changing medication.
Would medical marijuana dispensary increase drug use by Riverhead youth? Local prevention group says yes
A medical marijuana dispensary in Riverhead would send the wrong message to the town's youth, according to the director of Riverhead CAP, a drug and alcohol prevention group that is deeply involved in the Riverhead Central School District.
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