Arizona’s adult-use and medical cannabis sales declined again in May.
According to data from the Arizona Department of Revenue and first reported by the Arizona Mirror:
- Adult-use cannabis sales dropped to $82.9 million, down from $90.1 million the previous month.
- Medical marijuana sales dropped to $28.2 million, a new low since recreational sales launched in January 2021.
Medical marijuana sales in Arizona peaked in April 2021 at $73.3 million, and the state’s adult-use sales peaked in March 2023 at $99.6 million.
The number of MMJ card holders has also declined to 126,938 as of July, down from 127,288 in May.