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How Easy It Is To Get A Medical Card in New Hampshire?

What are the 4 steps needed to obtain your marijuana card in New Hampshire?

Step 1 – Consult with your primary care physician and have yourself evaluated.

Step 2 – Obtain a physician’s certification.

Step 3 – Apply to NH’s Therapeutic Cannabis Program

Step 4 – Submit your documentation and your card will be mailed directly to you.

Step 1 – Schedule an appointment with a New Hampshire Medical Marijuana Doctor.

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One of the most important factors to consider when applying for your New Hampshire MMJ card is whether your primary care physician is qualified to certify you for medical marijuana use. This is due to the fact that in New Hampshire, you must have a genuine relationship with the doctor who evaluates your eligibility for medical cannabis. A “true” relationship lasts at least three months.

If your doctor is qualified, he or she will assess your suitability for medical cannabis use.

Step 2 – Conduct your New Hampshire Medical Marijuana card appointment

If you are eligible for an MMJ card, your doctor will complete a Written Certification for the Therapeutic Use of Cannabis, which you will need to submit with your application.

Step 3- Register and submit your New Hampshire Medical Marijuana Patient Certification Forms online.

Once you have this certification, you can apply for your card at the NH’s Therapeutic Use of Cannabis

What will you need when registering yourself online as a patient in NH?

The following elements must be included in applications:

  • The patient’s physician must provide written approval for the therapeutic use of cannabis.
  • A New Hampshire driver’s license or other proof of residency is required.
  • Application fee of $50.00

At any time, a patient can choose a caregiver. The designated caregiver must be over the age of 21 and have never been convicted of a felony. To be approved by the TCP, they must submit an application and pass a background check. Before assisting the patient, the caregiver must present a Caregiver Registry ID card.

Are NH mmj cards available to minors?

Minors can become cannabis patients in New Hampshire if they have written permission from their parents or guardians. A cultivation ID card cannot be obtained by a minor.

Who can get medical weed in NH?

To be eligible for a medical card in New Hampshire:

  • You must be at least 18 years old.
  • You must be a resident of the state.
  • Have at least one of the qualifying medical conditions listed by the state
  • Establish a genuine relationship with a qualified physician.

In New Hampshire, minors can also obtain medical marijuana. However, an application must be submitted by a parent or guardian.

What types of medical marijuana can I purchase in the White Mountain State?

  • Flower with a variety of CBD & THC dominant strains
  • Pre-rolls
  • Concentrates (kief, rosin, cold brew)
  • Capsules
  • Vape cartridges
  • Tinctures
  • Infused edibles, including THC beverages (lozenges, gummies, cookies, chocolate bars, coconut butter)
  • Oral sprays
  • Chillums

Step 4 – Where's the nearest New Hampshire dispensary?

In addition to your physician’s certification, you must submit a photocopy of your New Hampshire state ID to prove your residency and identification. Then you’ll pay a $50 one-time registration fee and you’ll be good to go. Your NH MMJ card will be mailed to you five business days after you have been approved.

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How long does is a New Hampshire marijuana card good for?

The MMJ card has a one-year expiration date. You must renew it ahead of time by completing the necessary paperwork.

What are the qualifying conditions for medical marijuana card in New Hampshire?

The list of qualifying conditions for medical cannabis in New Hampshire is quite long. The conditions are as follows:

  • Cancer
  • Glaucoma
  • Positive status for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
  • Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
  • Hepatitis C
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  • Muscular dystrophy
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Chronic pancreatitis
  • Spinal cord injury or disease
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Epilepsy, lupus
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Alzheimer’s disease 
  • Ulcerative colitis, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
  • One or more injuries or conditions that has resulted in one or more qualifying symptoms
  • A severely debilitating or terminal medical condition or its treatment that has produced at least one of the following: 
    • Elevated intraocular pressure
    • Cachexia
    • Chemotherapy-induced anorexia
    • Wasting syndrome
    • Agitation of Alzheimer’s disease
    • Severe pain that has not responded to previously prescribed medication or surgical measures or for which other treatment options produced serious side effects
    • Constant or severe nausea
    • Moderate to severe vomiting
    • Seizures
    • Severe, persistent muscle spasms

In New Hampshire, “qualifying medical condition” also refers to moderate to severe chronic pain.

  1. Severe pain has not responded to previously prescribed medication, surgical measures, or other treatment options, which have all resulted in serious side effects.
  2. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) of moderate to severe severity.

Can I grow marijuana at home in New Hampshire?

At the moment, home cultivation is not permitted. The NH Senate, on the other hand, passed SB 420 in February 2020. This allows MMJ patients or their caregivers to cultivate cannabis in the privacy of their own home. The bill allows for a maximum of three mature plants, three immature plants, and 12 seedlings. SB 420 must first pass the House before becoming law.

How much does a medical cannabis card cost in New Hampshire?

Aside from the non-refundable $50 application fee, there is a $25 fee for lost valid cards and a $50 fee for renewal. A $150 fine may be imposed for failing to notify the Program of a name or address change.

This is followed by a $75 follow-up visit, which is usually scheduled every 3-6 months. It is, however, at the discretion of the doctor. You cannot pay using a debit or credit card, in keeping with the Program’s antiquated nature. Instead, send a check or money order to the Treasurer’s address, which we previously listed.

Does insurance cover medical marijuana in New Hampshire?

No, medical marijuana or related expenses are not typically covered by insurance companies.

Where do I find a New Hampshire cannabis dispensary?

There aren’t many dispensaries in New Hampshire because marijuana is only legal under the Therapeutic Cannabis Program. If you are a participant in the Program, there are currently only five dispensaries (officially known as Alternative Treatment Centers) in the state where you can purchase medical marijuana.

Buying Marijuana at Retail Location

When you apply to become a Therapeutic Cannabis Program patient, you must choose which Alternative Treatment Center (ATC) you will purchase from. Dover, Merrimack, Conway, Plymouth, and Lebanon all have available ATCs. While they all have online ordering, delivery is not currently an option – either a registered caregiver or a patient must pick up products in person at their designated ATC.

Marijuana Delivery Service

Marijuana delivery services are currently unavailable due to the limited nature of New Hampshire’s current medical marijuana laws and the strict control imposed by the state.

New Hampshire Dispensary Hours

The hours and days of operation for each of the five stores vary. These dates and times are subject to change, particularly during Covid-19 and ongoing lockdown initiatives.

Plymouth: Tuesday – Saturday: 11:00 – 7:00pm; Sunday: 12:00 – 4:00pm
Conway: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday: 11:00 – 7:00pm
Dover: Monday, Wednesday – Friday: 11:00 – 5:30pm; Saturday: 10:00 – 2:00pm
Lebanon: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 11:00 – 5:30pm; Saturday: 10:00 – 5:00pm
Merrimack: Monday – Saturday: 10:00 – 5:00pm (7:00 on Wednesday)

Purchase Restrictions

Patients participating in the Therapeutic Cannabis Program (or their registered caregivers) can purchase up to 2 ounces of usable cannabis over the course of 10 days. There are currently no cannabis-specific restrictions (i.e., concentrates vs. flower).

Can I get my New Hampshire Marijuana card online?

Assume a patient does not require an in-person appointment. In that case, a physician can administer a telemedicine exam to ascertain whether patient is eligible for medical marijuana use. Physicians should be aware, however, that the certification necessitates a written by hand signature. Telemedicine physicians in New Hampshire must follow the state’s existing telemedicine regulations.

Can I see a New Hampshire MMJ Doctor online from home?

Yes, Medical Marijuana Doctors in New Hampshire are available for both in-person and virtual visits. NH residents will be able to apply for medical marijuana from the comfort of their own homes.

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