21 April 2017

The report goes on to say

Medifarm will predominantly produce medicinal cannabis oils for people who have been prescribed the treatment by their doctor.

Mr Benjamin said the company initially planned to supply the drug to 5000 patients.

“We believe that’s a conservative number and that’s Queensland only,” he said.

“Through doctors in Australia, any patient who can be prescribed this will potentially be able to access these products.”

Mr Benjamin said he could not disclose the business’ exact location for security reasons, but confirmed it would be in Queensland.

“We work very closely with emergency services, the police, (and) we’ve had military advisers come in,” he said.

“The idea that people will know where it is, they won’t, and if they do they won’t get in.”

The Queensland government’s medicinal cannabis laws were passed by the parliament in October 2016 and came into effect last month.

More at  http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/queensland-company-awarded-medicinal-cannabis-licence-20170421-gvpbkv.html