Despite marijuana plants being in the ground, there is still nothing for sale in the state of Ohio.

No dispensaries in the state have a license yet to sell medicinal marijuana to patients. Ohio has also warned that once a dispensary does finally open, it could close briefly if supply runs out quickly.

The state has also warned patients to check their employer’s policy on the use of the drug because despite being approved, your employer may not let you use it.

Five testing labs, 14 processors and 56 dispensaries have received provisional licenses so far and are building out their facilities. Officials have also said that 319 physicians have received certificates to recommend medical marijuana.

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