Compared to reports generated by other states for their medical cannabis programs, this one from New Mexico looks like it was prepared by a first grader.
Three producers reported serving fewer than 100 patients & six producers reported serving over 1,000 patients.
Six producers reported yields over 30,000 grams. Six producers reported yields less than 10,000 grams.
A rather uneven way to serve patients, don’t you think? I guess it depends on where a patient lives as to whether they have access to the strains they need, at a price they can afford.
Average price per gram (flowers & buds) – Average per LNPP ‐ $11.33. High ‐ $13.95 & 13.51. Two producers reported the average price of $13.00 or more. Low ‐ $6.03 & $7.83. Two producers reported the average price under $10.00.
Okay, the high was not $13.95 — I’ve seen strains at $15 a gram. And for $10/gram, all you get is shake.
Number of grams provided free of charge – 9,452. Nineteen producers reported providing free medicine to patients. High – 3,367 & 1,661. Low – 7 & 24. Eleven producers reported more than 150 grams provided free of charge.
Damn, wish I would have been offered medicine free of charge.
Product in stock (flowers & buds) – 301,542 grams. Average per LNPP – 13,111 grams. High – 83,000 & 59,765. Five producers report over 10,000 grams in stock. Low – 110 & 187. Five producers reported 0 or did not report.
Did not report? How nice that some dispensaries don’t have to file a report. And five producers reported zero product in stock?
Eight producers reported no testing expense.
Wow, nice for them, huh? But perhaps not so nice for their patients.