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The recent ruling by the Arizona Court of Appeals considering marijuana extract products unlawful has left clients and market organisations reeling in dismay and worry over the future. Meanwhile, Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk spoke up applauding the judgment. As typical, her comments are not agreeing with lots of in the market. Polk cautioned that even individuals who have medical marijuana cards in Yavapai County(or anywhere in Arizona)are subject

to prosecution for possessing extracts, AZ Family reports. She said, anybody with a marijuana extract is”based on prosecution for being in ownership of a narcotic drug, which is class four felony”in Arizona. This is a “sound analysis of the [Arizona] Medical Marijuana Act, “stated Polk.” I believe it’s clear

when voters approved marijuana for medical usage, they were visualizing the cannabis plant. They weren’t imagining this sophisticated process of extracting one specific chemical then making it available in a form that is incredibly powerful. “She continued,”This sets the policy that dispensaries can sell cannabis however can not sell the extracts. Exactly what this viewpoint does is control this industry that ran under the umbrella of medical cannabis and began producing some extremely controlled substances. “The Arizona Department of Health Services(ADHS)is still in the process of evaluating the decision with its legal group. They’re trying to determine whether any guideline changes are needed. Some dispensary owners have estimated that extracts represent about 50% of the medical marijuana sales in the state. Many dispensaries and numerous medical marijuana item producers throughout

the state have stated that they will continue selling medical marijuana extracts. J.P. Holyoak, a co-owner of Arizona Natural Selections dispensaries, is likewise speaking up regarding the decision. His child has a rare health condition called Aicardi syndrome which triggers her to have lots of seizures per day. But due to her use of marijuana oil, which is an extract, her seizures have actually reduced to one every couple of months. Moreover, she was unable to stand by herself prior to discovering marijuana oil but is now able to play and run like other kids. Holyoak’s daughter has lived beyond other children who have actually been diagnosed with the disorder. The normal life expectancy of a child with Aicardi syndrome is age 8. Holyoak’s child is 9 and a half. Holyoak stated,”This judgment says she can not get cannabis in the only kind that she

can getting. So essentially these courts dealt a death sentence to my daughter and other children like her. “Contact your local dispensary to read more about this issue. Share this story: GET

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