Aug 10, 2016 5:45 PM
MERRIMACK - New Hampshire's newest cannabis dispensary will open its doors and start serving patients on Thursday.
Prime Alternative Treatment Care in Merrimack will be the final one to operate under the state's therapeutic program. The other three dispensaries are located in Plymouth, Dover and Lebanon - over an hour away.
Patients will need to be registered to even enter the facility, but once registered patients can have a consultation and be able to purchase the things they need. Smoking is not the only option, Prime ATC also has edibles, supplements and oils, etc. available.
Most insurance will not cover the cost of medical marijuana. Employees say people could pay from $20 to upwards of $400 for their prescription.
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