Can you get a medical marijuana card for anxiety in Florida? This is just one of the medical marijuana questions that we are going to be answering in today’s post! There are plenty of questions to cover, so let’s get right to it!
Q: Can You Get A Medical Card For Anxiety In Florida?
A: Yes. In the state of Florida, anxiety is a qualifying condition for medical marijuana use.
Q: What Illness Qualifies For Medical Marijuanas?
A: Different states have different qualifying conditions when it comes to medical marijuana use approval. In the state of Florida, these conditions include:
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Medical conditions of the same kind or class as or comparable to those listed
Chronic nonmalignant pain
Q: What are the Different Medical Marijuanas?
A: This question is a little more difficult to answer because there is so much variety in the market and what is right for you may not be right for someone else. But here is what you should know…
- There are two approved medical marijuana types in Florida – Low-THC Medical Cannabis and THC-Containing Medical Cannabis. Your doctor will decide which of these is best for your needs.
- Medical marijuana may be ingested in various forms in Florida, these include: vapor, capsules, tinctures, oils, topical, intranasal, transdermal, suppository, edible and smokable (plant flower) forms.
- The typical level of THC in medical marijuana plants in the state of Florida is around 25% to 30%.
- There are two types of medical marijuana strains- indica and sativa. Within each of these types, there are various strains made from combinations of the unique plants. Growers can combine Indica and Sativa plants in any combination to come up with a unique strain of medical marijuana that has specific qualities. Some of the more popular medical marijuana strains in Florida include:
- Maui Waui
- Dutch Hawaiian
- White Buffalo
- Super Silver Haze
- Dream N’ Sour
- Jack Herer
- Sour Diesel
- Durban Poison
- Skywalker OG
- Afghan Kush
- L.A. Confidential
- Northern Lights
- Guru #10
- Banana Hammock
Q: Can Any Doctor Prescribe Marijuanas?
A: No. Only doctors who have completed the necessary special training are permitted to prescribe medical marijuana. There are only a select few doctors in Florida that have undergone this type of training and received the necessary qualifications. By state law ONLY one of these qualified doctors may prescribe your medical marijuana based on their evaluation of your condition and their experience with you during your office visit.
It is also important to know that any and all information relating to your certification for medical marijuana and your prescription information must be put into a state database run by the state health department. This database is what tells the state that you are legally permitted to fill a prescription for medical marijuana, it also tells the state regulated dispensaries what your prescription is (as written by your doctor,) so that they can fill it appropriately.
Q: Can I Go To A Dispensary Before My Card Arrives In Florida?
A: Once you have submitted your application to the state and The Department of Health Office of Medical Marijuana has sent you an email approval after viewing your profile, you can use that email approval to start filling your medical marijuana prescription before your medical marijuana card arrives in the mail. (Dispensaries will be able to see you are approved by one of the state approved physicians and that you have been processed by the State). It will usually take two weeks after your doctor’s approval
“Can You Get A Medical Marijuana Card For Anxiety In Florida?”
“Can You Get A Medical Marijuana Card For Anxiety In Florida? ” isn’t the only question that future medical marijuana users have. Here at The Med Marijuana Dr. we answer as many questions for you as we can here on our blog, but if you have questions specifically about your personal circumstances and would like to talk to Dr. Tirmal about your situation, we recommend making an appointment for an online consultation with the doctor to find out what it is that you need to know! That way, with all of your questions answered you can make an educated decision about whether or not medical marijuana is what is best for you and your specific situation.