Medical marijuana sales in Arkansas have topped $131 million since dispensaries first opened in 2019.
The Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration (DFA) reported that there have been $131,779,378 million in medical marijuana sales since May 2019. In total, Arkansans have purchased 20,764 pounds of medical marijuana.
In the past month, there have been approximately 1,402 pounds of medical marijuana. The DFA reported 19,362 pounds in total reported in the July report with roughly $122 million in sales in the past year.
Currently, there are 28 dispensaries in operation across Arkansas with 75,899 Arkansans with medical marijuana patient cards.
The state’s medical marijuana sales leader in terms of volume is Green Springs Medical of Hot Springs, which opened May 12, 2019. The company has sold 3,058.98 pounds of medical marijuana. Releaf Center of Bentonville has sold 2,339.61 pounds of medical marijuana since opening on Aug. 7, 2019.
Ten dispensaries have sold more than 1,000 pounds since opening. This is an increase of two from July. The two new additions are Purspirit Cannabis of Fayetteville and NEA Full Spectrum of Brookland. These dispensaries include Green Springs Medical of Hot Springs, Releaf Center of Bentonville, Suite 443 of Hot Springs, Hensley Wellness Center of Hensley, Fiddler’s Green of Mountain View, The Source of Bentonville, Acanza of Fayetteville and Harvest of Conway.
According to the DFA report, medical marijuana sales have averaged more than $590,000 per day over the past two weeks.