Medical Cannabis


Medical Cannabis

Medical Cannabis is an alternative treatment that can be used to treat disease. It may offer some natural advantages for specific symptoms and conditions. Additionally, it can enable more control regarding dosages when complimented with other medications. Medical Cannabis can be used as part of a personalized pain management treatment.

Some of the conditions that may be eased by the administration of Medical Cannabis are:

Alzheimer’s Disease Glaucoma
Anxiety Disorders Migraines
Cancer Pain Management Multiple Sclerosis
Chemo-related Nausea Nerve Pain Relief
Chronic Pain Relief Parkinson’s Disease
Crohn’s Disease PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)

Medical Cannabis can be administered in a variety of ways. These methods include liquid tinctures, capsules, lozenges, dermal patches, oral sprays, and vaporizing.
Your care provider can only recommend Medical Cannabis treatment after meeting the State of New Hampshire requirements which include:

  • in-person exam
  • patient/doctor history of 3-months
  • diagnosis for a qualifying condition
  • appropriate treatment plan

In the State of New Hampshire, there are very specific application processes and requirements to be eligible for Medical Cannabis treatment. For more information, visit New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services. This is a great resource for understanding more about the doctor/patient requirements and available treatments.