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Between Manchester and Nashua in Merrimack, NH, Prime Alternative Treatment Center operates a dispensary for registered medical marijuana patients. It’s easily accessible from anywhere in the state. The dispensary is located on Daniel Webster Highway, which is also Route 3, between Everett Turnpike and Horseshoe Pond. It shares a building with H&R Block and a carpet store.
In compliance with state law, patients are limited to purchasing up to 2 ounces in a 10-day period. Prime Alternative offers four hybrid cannabis strains, each with a unique balance of THC and CBD. There are concentrates available in vaporizer cartridges and bubble hash, as well.
The rest of the cannabis products menu is long with a variety of forms. Fruit chews, brownies, cookies and chocolate bars are the edibles available, along with lozenges in different strengths. Capsules and tinctures can be bought for convenient use. Tinctures are good for ingesting or putting under the tongue for quick absorption.
They also sell topical salves and patches. These applications are designed to deliver the active ingredients in cannabis directly to the place you need them most. Patches are time-released to give you a steady dose over a long period of time. They’re also extremely convenient.
Any New Hampshire resident who is registered as a medical marijuana patient can go to Prime Alternative Treatment Center. You’ll have to fill out a registration form in advance of your first visit to the dispensary that will clarify your rights and responsibilities as a patient.
The Prime Alternative Treatment Center is large enough to accommodate several patients at one time and provide them with the medical cannabis products they need to treat any conditions authorized by the state of New Hampshire. Product knowledge, exceptional customer service and compassion for patients are the focus of the staff at Prime Alternative Treatment Center. They strive to improve the quality of life for patients suffering from debilitating conditions in New Hampshire.