October 5, 2018

CT sparks medical pot brand registry

Flickr Creative Commons | Dank Depot
Flickr Creative Commons | Dank Depot

The state says it has launched a database listing medical marijuana brands registered with the state Department of Consumer Protection (DCP).

DCP said the database lists a product's brand name, manufacturer, dosage type, strength and image of the label and medication.

DCP, which oversees the state's medical marijuana program, has almost 28,000 patients in the medical marijuana program, in addition to 977 certified prescribers, nine dispensary facilities and 30 conditions approved for adults and eight for individuals under 18.

"We are committed to continuing the growth of our program thoughtfully, and providing more resources for the public along the way," DCP Commissioner Michelle H. Seagull said Thursday.

The database can be found here.

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