Michigan’s total cannabis sales hit another record month, topping $ 171 million in July, according to a monthly data report released by the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MMRA).

The data shows that $ 42.7 million of those sales came from medical cannabis, while $ 128.3 million came from adult use.

July cannabis sales were up about 15% from June, which saw $ 41.6 million in medical sales and $ 107.3 million in adult use, bringing the total to over $ 148.9 million Dollar equals.

Medical cannabis sales in Michigan showed a slight decrease from July 2020, which was $ 52.1 million; however, adult sales have more than doubled since last year, increasing from $ 57.4 million to $ 128.3 million.

Cannabis flowers dominated both markets last month, accounting for over $ 21.1 million in medicinal sales and $ 63.5 million in recreational sales. Vape cartridges were the second highest-selling product, with a total value of over $ 10.8 million for medical cannabis and over $ 26.3 million for adult use.

Edibles ranked third for that record month, generating $ 4.6 million in medical sales and $ 18.4 million in recreational sales.

Flowers, vape cartridges, and edibles also made up Michigan’s medical and adult sales primarily in June, with flowers being the top-selling item and vape cartridges and edibles.

And the state’s cannabis industry generated $ 23 million in tax revenue last month; $ 10.2 million in sales tax and $ 12.8 million in 10% consumption tax, which the state will use on schools, counties, roads and communities, according to a tweet from David Harns, public relations manager for the MMRA.

Michigan’s total medicinal cannabis sales have exceeded $ 1 billion as of July 31, and adult use has exceeded $ 1.2 billion, according to the MMRA report.