Cannabis License Info
Information will be updated here as it becomes available. Check back for updates! Please note; while we aim to keep this pages fully up to date with the latest information, cannabis laws are always changing. We encourage you to verify these rules and regulations in the official legal text, which we’ve linked throughout the page for your convenience.
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Retail Marijuana stores sell legal cannabis, and cannabis products, to responsible adults 21 and over in compliance with local regulations.
New Hampshire Dispensary Licenses
In the state of New Hampshire, Dispensaries are considered Alternative Treatment Centers or ATCs. Currently, regulation holds that no more than four ATCs may be operating at one time – however, each ATC may have a second location for cultivation. Current ATCs are located in Dover, Merrimack, Lebanon, and Plymouth. Each ATC registered with the State of New Hampshire may sell, supply, and dispense medical marijuana and related supplied and educational materials to qualifying patients, caregivers, and other ATCs.
What kind of point-of-sale do I need to operate a Dispensary?
Most states require dispensaries to track and trace all of their cannabis-related products for regulatory and compliance reporting requirements. Our Dispensary Point of Sale and inventory management system provides comprehensive seed-to-sale cannabis tracking with a focus on compliant data points. If your state requires seed-to-sale systems to stay compliant, BioTrack has you covered. Our system is customized to meet the unique regulatory frameworks in each and every state.
Caregivers grow and process cannabis on behalf of patients. They cannot charge for cannabis, only recoup the costs of goods.
Current Estimated Patient Counts: 4,753
How can I obtain a New Hampshire Medical Marijuana Card, or Registry Identification Card?
A physician who is authorized to prescribe controlled substances issued by the US DEA, including advanced practice registered nurse, bust issue a certification that a patient has a qualifying medical condition. That certification must be based upon a complete assessment of the patient’s medical history and current medical condition, made in the course of a provider-patient relationship of at least 3 months in duration.
What are the qualifying conditions for Medical Marijuana in New Hampshire?
- Positive status for HIV/AIDS
- Hepatitis C
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Crohn’s Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Chronic Pancreatitis
- Spinal Cord Injury/Disease
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Ulcerative Colitis
- Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
- Elevated Intraocular pressure
- Chemotherapy-Induced Anorexia
- Wasting Syndrome
- Agitation of Alzheimer’s
- Severe Pain that has not responded to prescribed medication or surgery
- Constant or Severe Nausea
- Severe/Persistent Muscle Spasms
- Moderate to Severe Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
If you meet the requirements above and also have one of the qualifying conditions, you can learn more about registering as a medical marijuana patient in New Hampshire here.
Cultivators (also commonly referred to as Producers or Growers) – Cultivators are responsible for growing cannabis. Mature plants are harvested and transferred to a Manufacturer’s. Limited Cultivation Licenses are limited to 500 sq ft.
New Hampshire Cultivation Licenses
Only Alternative Treatment Centers may cultivate medical marijuana. Qualifying patients and designated caregivers may not cultivate marijuana.
What kind of tracking system do I need to operate a Cultivation Facility?
Most states require an extensive seed-to-sale cannabis tracking system to monitor cultivation efforts and inventory. Our cultivation seed-to-sale-tracking solution provides comprehensive data tracking with an emphasis on compliance. Customized to meet the unique regulatory frameworks in each state, BioTrack also features an all-in-one business tool to help you operate every aspect of the cultivation business by itself, or as part of the vertically-integrated cannabis business.
Product Manufactures take harvested cannabis from Cultivators and create derivative extracts for edibles, concentrates, topicals, and prepacks. Finished products are transported to Retail Marijuana Stores.
New Hampshire Cannabis Processor Licenses
Information coming soon.
What kind of tracking system do I need to operate a Processing or Manufacturing Facility?
Most states require an extensive seed-to-sale cannabis tracking system to monitor processing and manufacturing efforts, which is especially important in this part of the supply chain due to conversions into multiple byproducts and higher amounts of waste. Our processing seed-to-sale-tracking solution provides comprehensive conversion tracking focused on compliant data points. Customized to meet the unique regulatory frameworks in each state, BioTrack also features an all-in-one business tool to help you operate every aspect of the cultivation business by itself, or as part of the vertically-integrated cannabis business.
Laboratories test cannabis for concentration and contaminants. Prior to entering the consumer market, all regulated cannabis is required to undergo quality assurance testing.
Information on New Hampshire Testing Laboratories coming soon…
New Hampshire Seed-to-Sale Traceability Info
New Hampshire’s medical cannabis program is operated by the Department of Health and Human Services.