Illinois cannabis retailers sold nearly 3.7 million adult-use cannabis products in September, according to newly posted state sales data. That’s more products than during any other month since recreational sales launched in January 2020.

The money consumers spent on those products, meanwhile—$139.5 million—marked the third-highest monthly sales amount since legal markets opened, according to the data posted on Monday by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR). That sum includes a record monthly high of $105.1 million worth of products to in-state residents.

Visitors from out of state, meanwhile, accounted for about a quarter (24.7 percent) of purchases, or about $34.5 million.

Monthly medical cannabis sales, which are recorded through a separate system in Illinois, totaled $26.5 million in August, the most recent period for which data is available. That comprises $12.6 million in dry flower sales and $13.9 million in concentrates and infused products. Of 138,408 active medical cardholders in August, licensed dispensaries served 64,126 unique buyers or about 46 percent.