Michigan Company Now Sells Cannabis Plant Clones to the Public, State First | Canna-Business | Detroit
Send the clones.
Pure options says it became the first Michigan company to be licensed to sell cannabis plant clones directly to the public. After launching a limited-time offer for its customers, the company made the clones available to the general public on Monday, November 29.
The company says its small batch inventory of 200 clones will only be available on PureClones.com, and customers must pick up their plants in person at the Pure Options Frandor Supply Center at 125 N Clippert St., Lansing, starting December 1.
The company offers clones of two varieties: Kush Mints (a sativa-indica hybrid) with 33% THC and Watermelon Zkittles (indica) with 28% THC.
The offer comes at a time when some of the state’s largest cannabis companies are joining together as the Michigan Cannabis Manufacturers Association (MCMA) to lobby for the state legislature to crack down on caregivers who cultivate pot. the House.
“We are not threatened by the people who grow their own cannabis plants,” Pure Options founder Sam Usman Jr. said in a statement. “In fact, we welcome this new avenue for our customers. Our team find it fun and exciting, and we see it as opening up access to people. The customer who buys clones is a different customer than the customer who buys cannabis. from U.S. They can consume more, and they are more enthusiastic about the product and the process. We want people to grow cannabis at home and we’re going to help make the experience easier by selling clones. Other organizations are actively fighting to keep home growers out of the process. ”
Usman is a member of the board of directors of the Michigan Cannabis Industry Association, which opposes the MCMA.