History was made in Marion when Harbory became the first medical marijuana dispensary in the state of Illinois to legally open its doors.
Harbory is starting off with 13 full-time employees and will offer counseling, massage, and acupuncture.
However, it could be some time before Harbory actually issues medicinal marijuana because of supply.
To limit potential abuse of the drug, each patient is only allowed 2.5 ounces of medicinal marijuana every 14 days.
Harbory hopes to distribute seven strains of medical marijuana by the end of October or early November.
Because of limited supply the dispensary will not be offering extracts or edibles at this time. [Read more at WPSD Local 6]
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