Motion, vibration and heat sensors as well as a surveillance system will be installed at the entrance, he said. This is like a mini-Fort Knox by the time its done, he said. Turse said he spoke with a couple of local doctors who were receptive to the idea. Doctors who wish to prescribe or recommend medical marijuana must complete a training program offered by the state. Other doctors have said they have no intention of getting involved, but would have the ability to refer patients who are interested in the program to a participating physician, Turse said. Medical marijuana will be available in liquid, or concentrate form, which he said has a consistency resembling a dark honey. It must be warmed before it is dispensed in pods and issued to a patient. It will also be available in forms that are similar to vapes, tincture which Turse described as a gel-like substance lotions and creams. Theres no flower no physical marijuana leaf material of any kind, he said. Turse believes the proposed location makes sense, especially since v2 cigs charging a cancer center is stationed across the highway and Lehigh Valley Health Networks Health & Wellness Center is a short drive down the road as is land eyed for either a future medical center or hospital.
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