But Friedman said he did not want to worry about the state disrupting his business, so he moved across the river. The storefront is less expensive than the kiosk, he added.
In September, as it worked to open Ohio’s medical-marijuana industry, the state Board of Pharmacy ruled that CBD products can only be sold at Ohio’s 56 state-licensed dispensaries. Those stores are at least a month away from opening. Plus, entry to a dispensary will require a doctor’s recommendation.
“People are nervous buying CBD products at home, from Amazon,” Friedman said as a friend finished assembling a display case. “Now they’ve got a place to shop, where they can see the product for themselves and ask questions.”
Friedman, Cincinnati born and raised, was a medical-device sales person in the region when the CBD boom rolled into Ohio. He said Kenwood Towne Centre officials gladly leased the kiosk and did not fret over the Board of Pharmacy regulatory decision.
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Jason Friedman opened his kiosk at Kenwood Towne Centre in July figuring he’d hit the retail jackpot for location, right next to the food court. For two months, sales boomed, and Friedman looked ahead to promising mall-driven holiday traffic.
Instead, Black Friday found Friedman pushed out of Ohio and into a century-old Covington storefront two blocks from the Roebling Suspension Bridge. He said he had to move because of what he sells – lotions, oils, edibles, even dog treats containing CBD, cannabidiol, a compound from the hemp plant.
Dispensary menu products at cannabis stores near Kenwood include THC oil & cannabis based CBD oil for vaping, tinctures, bud or flower, marijuana edibles, concentrates, topicals and patches. Edibles in Kenwood, like chocolates or gummies, are patient favorites as there are no carcinogens from inhaling smoke. Until recreational marijuana in Ohio is legalized, these open pot shops are a great way to fill the doctor’s orders.
Find the best open cannabis stores including reviews, dispensary menu products, prices and discounts. While adult use recreational weed is still not allowed, medical marijuana patients in Kenwood are enjoying the relief CBD and THC cannabis based products including flower bring them. Marijuana deliveries RX in Kenwood is not available yet.
Open Kenwood dispensaries licensed by the state offer a wide variety of medical grade cannabis menu products. To buy MMJ products, patients must first get approved by a certified doctor, which can now be done virtually from home for a limited time due to Covid. Get or Renew your card today.
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Hemp based CBD oil and products in Kenwood are is legal without a card. Local stores carry CBD products or shop for CBD online from high end CBD retailers that are American sourced.