Often, Michigan compares to market leaders Colorado and California, for both medical and adult-use consumers.  Although Michigan was the first state in the Midwest to vote on and pass the legalization of recreational marijuana, the anticipated advantage lessened due to neighboring states entering the market in 2019.  That said, the Mitten State’s recreational sales still approached $18 million in the first two months; this is despite 85% of the state’s provisioning centers remaining medical only, for now.  The cannabis industry relies heavily on projections, with the numbers being backed up by states that have established markets.  There is no doubt that marijuana stigmatism is changing nationally, proving to be a legitimate alternative for one’s well-being, as it compares to other options.  All signs continue to point towards a national market of explosive growth in the coming years.

With our natural conditions to grow, active tourism, and immense state loyalty, Michigan’s cannabis market has been, is, and will remain STRONG, proving to be one of the top markets in the country.



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