In 2007, New Mexico signed into law the "Lynn and Erin Compassionate Use Act," which took effect later that year. Under the state's medical marijuana program, possession of up to 6 ounces (more if needed with a special letter from a certifying physician) is permitted, as is cultivation of 12 seedlings and 4 mature plants, with licensed producers allowed to grow up to 150 mature plants at a time. New Mexico maintains a confidential state registry and issues identification cards to qualified patients Patients who are under the age of 18 may qualify for the medical marijuana program with written consent from a parent or guardian, in addition to a physician's recommendation. Find medical marijuana dispensaries in New Mexico.
New Mexico Dispensaries
Looking for Cannabis in New Mexico ?
Here is a list of all the cities in New Mexico where users can find a marijuana dispensary.