US: Florida sets dosage and supply limits for medical cannabis

Florida health officials have released a highly anticipated rule setting THC dosage amounts, and supply limits on products doctors can order for medical cannabis patients.

The emergency rule sets a 70-day total supply limit of 24,500 mg of THC for non-smokable cannabis and establishes dosage caps for different routes of administration, such as edibles, inhalation, and tinctures.

The rule, which was sent to patients and doctors on Friday and went into effect Monday, also carries out a state law that imposed a 2.5-ounce limit on smokable cannabis purchases over a 35-day period.

While the rule lays out limits for THC in non-smokable products, the limit for whole flower and other products that can be smoked are based on weight. They are not based on levels of THC, the euphoria-inducing component in cannabis.

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