Medical cannabis is on the decline. Sales have dropped for 19 straight months in Colorado. That was the expectation as recreational stores took hold, but the data shows the declines have accelerated.
Tim Cullen, who runs Colorado Harvest in Denver, got into medical cannabis because he believed in its medicinal properties.
“It’s near and dear to my heart, because it’s how we started, and it’s what we feel passionate about, and still do,” Cullen said. “It’s hard to watch it just morph into a recreational market, but that is what’s happening.”
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