For the third time in 2022, Michigan saw a record-breaking month of cannabis sales, reaching $212 million in September, state data shows.

The state saw $195,349,995 worth of adult-use cannabis purchases and $16,629,957 in medical cannabis sales last month. That total is about $2 million greater than the previous record in July and $17 million more than the earlier April record.

As has been the ongoing trend, most of the cannabis purchases for both medical and adult use were for flower products, followed by vape cartridges.

The data also shows a continuation of a sales trend in Michigan’s cannabis market, with medical cannabis purchases dipping and adult-use sales increasing. The first adult-use shops opened in Michigan in December 2019.

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