Representatives from PharmaCannis, the medical marijuana provider, held a community meeting Saturday morning at Evanston Public Library at which officials spoke about the requirements to purchase the incoming products. Residents could apply for a medical marijuana card at the event. Pharmacannis plans to open the dispensary at 1804 Maple Ave., said Liz Elliott, a patient development representative for Pharmacannis.
The business currently operates four dispensaries in the state, with additional locations in Schaumburg, North Aurora and Ottawa.
“Our Evanston location is particularly unique,” Patty Park, a patient associate at Pharmacannis told The Daily. “We are the sole lot licensed to sell this type of product in the area according to legislative guidelines.”
The Pharmacannis dispensary will offer products such as edibles, topicals, oils and inhalation options such as vaporizers and smoking pipes.
Read Elena Sucharetza’s “Evanston medical marijuana dispensary slated to open mid-November”: http://dailynorthwestern.com/2015/10/18/city/evanston-medical-marijuana-dispensary-slated-to-open-mid-november/