• Suzanna Thallman

What Are Processed Cannabis Products?


While many patients are already familiar with cannabis in the form of flower, not all patients may be familiar with processed products that are extracted from cannabis. In its most general sense, processed cannabis products refer to products that have been created using extraction methods, in which raw cannabis material is processed into other usable forms. The processed products can range from edibles to concentrates, to tinctures and topical applications, among others.


Processed cannabis products are the ideal solution for those patients that wish to avoid vaporizing the raw flower material, allowing for other forms of administration. Furthermore, processed products can often allow patients discrete administration, regular control over the dose, and with some products longer duration of relief.


Let's take a look at some of the products currently available in the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program, and the processors creating these products.

There are a number of different processed cannabis products available in Ohio dispensaries

What Processed Cannabis Products Are Available in Ohio?

Since the first sale of medical cannabis in January of this year, Ohio's medical marijuana program has expanded to include 45 dispensaries selling medical cannabis products, 18 cultivators growing medical cannabis, and 12 processors creating processed cannabis products.


Currently, the following products have become available in dispensaries across Ohio:

  1. Tinctures, available in THC-dominant, CBD-dominant, and 1:1 CBD/THC options

  2. Edibles, available in THC-dominant, CBD-dominant, and 1:1 CBD/THC options. Current forms of edibles include gummies, lozenges, edible oil, drops, milk & dark chocolates, caramels, peppermints, and, most recently, supplemental capsules

  3. Concentrates, available in THC-dominant options. Current forms of concentrates include CO2 oil syringes, concentrated waxes such as budder, shatter, live resin, and live rosin, concentrated vape cartridges, and kief

  4. Topicals, available in THC-dominant and 1:1 CBD/THC options, include topical salves as well as transdermal patches

Firelands Scientific is an operational processor that has a full line of products currently available.

What Cannabis Processors Are Currently Operational in Ohio?

Grow Ohio, sold under the brand name "Butterfly Effect":

• 220 mg (THC) tincture

• 440 mg (THC) tincture

• 660 mg (THC) tincture

• 1:1 CBD/THC tincture

• Edible gummies & lozenges

• Concentrated CO2 oil syringe


Standard Wellness

• Edible gummies (2 options)

• Concentrated CO2 oil syringe

• Concentrated vape cartridge

• Concentrated wax

• Transdermal patch (sold under brand name "Manna")

• 1:1 CBD/THC topical salve


Firelands Scientific

• 15:1 CBD-dominant & 1:1 CBD/THC tincture options

• Concentrated CO2 oil syringe

• Concentrated vape cartridge

• Concentrated solventless wax (bubble hash live rosin)

• Edible fruit leather squares and granola squares


Buckeye Relief

• Edible gummies (sold under the brand name "Wana")

• Edible milk & dark chocolates

• Concentrated wax (fresh frozen live resin)

• Concentrated vape cartridge

• Kief


Wellspring Fields

• Edible gummies, caramels, and peppermints

• Concentrated wax

• 1:1 CBD/THC opical salve

• Supplemental capsules


One Orijin

• THC-dominant tincture

• Edible oil

• Concentrated wax (flower rosin with CBD isolate)

• Supplemental capsules


Beneleaves

• THC-dominant tincture

• Edible "cannabis chews"


Cure Ohio

• Concentrated vape cartridges

• Edible "drops"


There are still 4 remaining processors that have been approved for operations that have not yet released any processed products just yet. Ultimately, Ohio's program will have a total of 40 cannabis processors.


To learn more about any of the processed products currently available at Ohio dispensaries, click here. You can also find a map of all of the dispensaries that are currently open, in addition to Patient Resources pages that compile the Best Dispensary Prices and Dispensary Discounts and Deals.


Ohio Marijuana Card

If you are an Ohioan suffering from one of these 21 medical conditions you may be eligible to treat your ailment with medical marijuana, which includes both THC and CBD products.


Click here to learn more about what Ohio Marijuana Card's state-certified medical marijuana doctors can do for you, or give us a call at (866-457-5559) and our friendly support team can walk you through the entire process, and set you up with an appointment.


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