With adult-use cannabis sales near $10 million in the first week of being legalized, area dispensaries also saw high numbers.
Medical sales were close to $3.9 million, with adult-use sales at $6.1 million for the week statewide.
That was 72,890 medical cannabis transactions and 111,021 for adult-use, a total of 183,911 transactions statewide in the first week of legalized sales.
Sales in Edgewood, which has three dispensaries, were $29,953 for medical cannabis and $63,906 for recreational, for a total of $93,858 in the first week of sales.
Cedar Crest had medical sales of $8,098
and recreational sales of $10,788, for a total of $18,885 in the first week.
Madrid had medical sales of $28 and $7,971 in recreational sales.
The Cannabis Control Division says that adequate supply continues to be available for consumers and patients.
The Cannabis Regulation Act, passed by the Legislature and signed by the Governor last year, called for sales of adult-use cannabis to begin no later than April 1.
The new industry is projected to generate $300 million annually in sales, create 11,000 jobs and bring in $50 million in state revenue in the first year.