They banned “wet cannabis,” but all cannabis must go through this phase before it can be consumed.
A recent Michigan Court of Appeals decision means that technically, medical cannabis cultivators can’t do their job without breaking the law. According to the court, Michigan’s medical cannabis laws do not extend to “wet marijuana,” which the court claims is still illegal on the state level.
The problem with this decision is that “wet” cannabis is part of the cultivation process as the “wet marijuana” described by the court applies to flower that has been removed from the plant but not yet dried or cured.
“Obviously, it doesn’t go immediately from being a plant to being dried cannabis,” says Mathew Abel of Cannabis Counsel LLC, a Michigan law firm that deals with cannabis cases, to local news source MLive.com. “There has to be a drying or curing process. I think this court