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Mississippi Medical Cannabis Program

The Mississippi State Department of Health is committed to meeting the statutory requirements of the Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act recently enacted by the Mississippi Legislature and signed by Governor Tate Reeves. Our goal is to provide a safe and accessible program that meets the needs of patients and the public health and safety of all Mississippi residents.

MSDH is currently working to establish the licensing and patient registry structures in accordance with Senate Bill 2095

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Licensing

By June 2022 MSDH plans to begin accepting online license applications for:

  • patients
  • medical practitioners
  • cannabis cultivation facilities
  • cannabis processing facilities
  • cannabis testing facilities
  • cannabis waste disposal entities
  • cannabis transportation entities

Approval times: Once the application process begins in June 2022, there will be a 30-day approval time for licensure applications, and a five-day approval time for program patients.

Dispensaries: The Mississippi Department of Revenue will be responsible for the licensing of medical cannabis dispensaries.

Business Registration

If a company plans to apply for licensure through the Mississippi State Department of Health for any aspect of the Mississippi Medical Cannabis Program, potential applicants should first register with the Mississippi Secretary of State's Office.

As a part of this registration, entities are required to select an NAICS Code as part of the formation or registration. If the company is interested in being licensed as a part of the Mississippi Medical Cannabis Program, the applicable NAICS Codes are 111419, 424590, 453998, and 111998. Applicants should choose from one of those available codes in order to complete formation/registration of their business in Mississippi.

Cultivation and Availability

The Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act requires that cultivation of marijuana occur indoors in secure facilities, and that these facilities must be located in Mississippi if they provide products available to those with patient identification cards.

In order to ensure that individuals participating in the program receive products that have been tested and fall within the limits set by the Mississippi Legislature, MSDH anticipates that products will become available to patients in late 2022 to allow for cultivation of marijuana in the state and safety testing.

Qualifying Conditions

The following medical conditions or their treatment qualify for participation in the Mississippi Medical Cannabis Program:

  • cancer
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Huntington's disease
  • muscular dystrophy
  • glaucoma
  • spastic quadriplegia
  • positive status for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
  • acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
  • hepatitis
  • amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
  • Crohn's disease
  • ulcerative colitis
  • sickle-cell anemia
  • Alzheimer's disease
  • agitation of dementia
  • post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • autism
  • pain refractory to appropriate opioid management
  • diabetic/peripheral neuropathy
  • spinal cord disease or severe injury

Also qualifying is a chronic terminal or debilitating disease or medical condition or its treatment that produces one or more of the following:

Company & Industry Research

You should first look up the NAICS Canada code, which is used mainly in Statistics Canada databases and publications. You can search by keyword or browse by sector.

NAICS US 2017

As some Business Library Databases use the US version of the NAICS manual, it is also helpful to be able to cross-reference your NAICS code there, as the numbers can be slightly different. In addition, as the US economy is vastly larger than the Canadian, they have a more comprehensive classification system. You can use the keyword search to identify relevant codes, or browse NAICS by sector.