Medical marijuana in the U.S.

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Statista dossier on medical marijuana in the United States

This dossier presents facts and figures on medical marijuana in the United States. Cannabis used for medical treatments is a current topic in the United States. It has a great potential for becoming a large market and industry in the near future. This document includes interesting facts about the market, developments, prices, and patients. Since Oregon and Colorado are among the U.S. states where medical marijuana is most established, the last two chapters focus on these states.

Table of contents

  • 1. Overview
    • U.S. medical marijuana retail sales from 2013 to 2021

    • U.S. recreational and medical marijuana market size 2015-2024

    • U.S. cannabinoid-based pharmaceuticals market size 2020-2029 projection

    • U.S. number of marijuana businesses in 2017

    • Top U.S. medical marijuana companies based on market capitalization 2016

    • U.S. medical marijuana law effects on teenage marijuana usage by state 1995-2015

    • Fewer annual drug doses in U.S. states with medical marijuana laws 2010-2013

  • 2. Purchasing and expenditures
    • U.S. high quality marijuana prices per ounce in 2017 by state

    • U.S. cities with cheapest legal dispensary marijuana as of January 2016

    • U.S. price difference between legal and illegal cannabis as of January 2016, by state

    • Monthly expenditure of U.S. medical marijuana users on cannabis products 2016, by age

    • Purchasing preferences of U.S. medical marijuana users 2016

    • U.S. medical marijuana dispensaries open 2015, by state

  • 3. Patients and opinions
    • U.S. legal medical marijuana patients 2017, by state

    • Share of U.S. population who were medical marijuana patients as of 2017, by state

    • U.S. adults' attitudes towards marijuana reform and usage as of 2017

    • Opinions on cannabis use in conjunction with opioids among U.S. patients as of 2017

    • Opinions on cannabis use in conjunction with nonopioids in U.S. patients as of 2017

    • U.S. veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan opinions on medical marijuana 2017

    • U.S. medical marijuana users that recommend cannabis 2016, by gender

    • U.S. medical marijuana patients openness about cannabis use 2016, by gender

    • U.S. public approval of medical marijuana 1995-2015

  • 4. Dispensaries
    • U.S. medical marijuana dispensaries open 2015, by state

    • Revenue, expenses and startup costs for medical marijuana dispensaries U.S. 2017

    • MMJ dispensary annual revenue U.S. 2017, by state

    • Medical marijuana dispensaries by type profitability U.S. 2017

    • Number of customers at medical marijuana dispensaries U.S. 2017

  • 5. Focus: Colorado
    • Colorado newly applied medical marijuana patients aggregated monthly from 2015-2016

    • Colorado current active medical marijuana patients 2015- 2016 by month

    • Colorado medical and recreational marijuana sales 2014-2016

    • U.S. Colorado state cannabis revenue from taxes, licenses and fees 2017

  • 6. Focus: Oregon
    • Oregon registered medical marijuana patients, caregivers, growers and grow sites 2018

    • Oregon registered medical marijuana patients by condition 2018

    • Oregon registered medical marijuana patients by age 2018

    • THC and CBD content in select medical marijuana strains in Oregon

    • Oregon medical and recreational cannabis prices by strain 2016

    • Oregon medical cannabis concentrate prices 2016

  • Language: English
  • Released: 2017
  • Source(s): Statista
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