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New Mexico issues a personal cannabis production license, 10 licenses for recreational cannabis businesses, and four medical cannabis licenses. New Mexico's adult-use cannabis license types are issued by the Cannabis Control Division of the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department. Cannabis licenses issued in New Mexico include:
This license is issued to a qualified medical marijuana patient and authorizes the registered patient to grow medical cannabis in the identified location on the license. A person production licensee in New Mexico may possess up to four mature female cannabis plants and a total of 12 seedlings and male cannabis plants. The licensee may possess no more than an adequate supply of usable cannabis, seeds, or plants from licensed non-profit cannabis producers.
This license permits the licensee to cultivate cannabis plants, possess unprocessed cannabis products tested by a testing laboratory, and transport unprocessed cannabis products to other licensed cannabis premises. The New Mexico adult-use producer license also permits the licensee to sell cannabis products wholesale.
This license authorizes the licensee to process uncultivated cannabis into oils, edibles, and other cannabis products. Also, the licensee can legally package cannabis products; possess cannabis products tested by a testing laboratory; and acquire, sell, or transport wholesale cannabis products to any other licensed cannabis establishment.
The adult-use retailer license authorizes the licensee to sell cannabis products to qualified patients and primary caregivers. Such licensees are also allowed to sell cannabis products to reciprocal participants or directly to cannabis consumers.
A vertically integrated cannabis establishment license permits the licensee to act as a cannabis courier, cannabis manufacturer, cannabis producer, and cannabis retailer.
The New Mexico cannabis producer microbusiness license permits the licensee to act as a cannabis producer. However, the licensee is restricted to a single licensed premises and possession of no more than 200 total mature cannabis plants at a time.
This license authorizes the licensee to conduct one or more of the following cannabis operations:
This license authorizes the licensee to transport cannabis products to qualified medical cannabis patients, primary caregivers, reciprocal participants, or directly to consumers.
This license permits the licensee to operate an area or site where cannabis products may be consumed.
This license authorizes a research laboratory to legally produce and possess cannabis products and the cannabis plant for the purpose of studying the cultivation, characteristics, or uses of the cannabis plant.
This license allows a laboratory to sample, collect, and test cannabis products. The license also permits the licensee to transport cannabis products for the purpose of testing.
This license is vertically integrated, permitting a licensee to grow medical cannabis plants, extract, process, and produce medical cannabis products. Under this license, the licensee may also dispense cannabis products to registered patients.
One of the licenses issued under the state's medical cannabis program, the New Mexico medical manufacturer only license permits the licensee to:
The New Mexico medical cannabis courier license authorizes the licensee to deliver cannabis from New Mexico non-profit producer licensees to qualified medical cannabis patients.
This license permits the licensee to test cannabis from registered medical cannabis businesses in the state to ensure that the medical cannabis sold to qualified patients meets testing regulations.