As Arizona’s medical marijuana program slowly becomes implemented, newand begin to emerge. Tucson’s second has officially opened.
dispensary’s medicine is cultivated by local caregivers and then donated to the dispensary. Ken Sobel, a managing partner of Green Halo said, “by taking a natural medicine which is what medical cannabis is, [patients] don’t get the serious side effects from narcotics like Oxycontin, instead they get all the attributes and the health and the wellness of it.”
Green Halo dispensary has already submitted its application to start an Infusion Kitchen in their dispensary, which will allow Green Halo to legally produce and sell medical marijuana, such as cookies, brownies, and candies. Green Halo is hoping that their Infusion Kitchen application will get approved quickly and that they will be able to start cooking up edibles by February.