$140.00 COVID Compassion Discount APPOINTMENT PRICE
$140.00 COVID Compassion Discount APPOINTMENT PRICE
Our Medical Doctors certify and evaluate potential patients. Let us help you get started on the path to your card today.
Our goal is to provide a better qualify of life to our patients with an alternative to lab-produced pharmaceuticals. We properly educate and train our patients so they receive the absolute optimal outcomes with Florida medical cannabis.
Since January 3, 2017, Florida residents have been able to obtain a recommendation for medical marijuana for the treatment of certain qualifying conditions. Our board-certified physicians will evaluate you to determine if you may benefit from a medical marijuana card. Once you’ve received your recommendation, our helpful staff will assist you with every step of the process necessary to obtain your medical marijuana card in Florida, from registering with the Florida Department of Health to locating the nearest medical marijuana treatment centers in your area.
We aim to bring affordable medical marijuana recommendations to qualified patients across the state of Florida. We work tirelessly to be the most convenient, streamlined, and cost-effective solution for Floridians, and our mission is to provide the highest quality of care in the process.
Additionally, Amendment 2 allows Florida Medical Marijuana Doctors to certify patients for a Medical Marijuana Card after diagnosing them with “other debilitating medical conditions of the same kind or class.” When debilitating, these may include:
*Chronic pain may only be a qualifying condition if the patient has another qualifying condition.
We are open for phone consultations 7 days a week from 8 am to 8 pm. Get started as early as today and don't worry about getting your medical records, we can get them for you. If you don't have current or any medical records, one of our experienced MDs may still be able to diagnose you and help you get your card. Get relief from your suffering now. Call us today for a free initial consultation.
Once you are ready to get started, you will have an initial telemedicine phone consult or we can email you the necessary forms for you to get started, so you can prepare for the initial Doctor’s Visit in the comfort of your own home. You then see our Doctor for a follow up evaluation and conduct the required medical history and physical exam as well as explain the history and proper use of Medical Marijuana to help you proceed toward your optimal dose. We then help you apply for your Florida Medical Marijuana Card since it takes the State of Florida about 10 to 14 business days to get you approved.
Once approved via email by the Florida Department of Health, you will be able to walk into any of the 100s of medical marijuana dispensaries in Florida and pick up your medication with just your Drivers License or ID while you wait for your State issued medical marijuana card to arrive in the mail. All dispensaries even have home delivery for your convenience.
After being certified by our Doctor, your initial recommendations (also known as prescriptions) are good for three 70 day periods for a total of 210 days or 7 months.
Every 6 to 7 months (before your last recommendation / prescription expires) our Doctor can see you for another required face to face so you can be renewed for another 7 months. Don't worry we'll also remind you prior to your due date.
Each of your 1st (3) three recommendations for 70 days each will allow you to have several options on the form & route of delivery of the medical marijuana our Doctors recommend.
There are 3 Forms of Medical Marijuana available:
1. Low THC - High Quality Medical Grade CBD made from the Flower
2. High THC - Medical Marijuana available in 100s of strains, strengths & options.
3. Smokable - The pure marijuana flower or "bud" available is dozens of strains and strengths. If over 18, Florida law allows you to purchase up to 2.5 ounces every 35 days and have up to 4 ounces in your possession.
These are the most common Routes of Delivery available at a Medical Marijuana Dispensary(DoctorsRx Medical does not sell Medical Marijuana products or CBD) :
1. Edibles (High & Low THC) - Gummies, Candy Bars, Cookies, Brownies 2. Oral (High & Low THC) - Capsules, Tinctures(Eyedropper), Sublingual, Edibles
2. Topical - Creams, Lotions, Patches
3. Inhalation (High & Low THC) - Vaporizers (eCigarettes) by using Crumble, Shatter & Concentrates
4. Smokable Flower (High THC)- Joints and raw flower (Great for whole plant benefits and making edibles like cookies & brownies)
Call us now to get the quality, affordable medical care you need from our Certified Doctors and get your Medical Marijuana Card as soon as possible! Call Now: 1-844-652-2731.
Your medical marijuana use recommendation cost from us is $149. This covers our initial exam, recommendation and 70-day renewals., maximum of 7 months.
NO. While we do offer a money back guarantee if you do not receive a recommendation, we DO NOT guarantee that you will receive a recommendation. You can only receive a recommendation if our doctors determine you have a qualifying condition as defined by Florida law, and that the benefits of using medical marijuana outweigh the risks.
No, If you do not qualify or receive a recommendation you will be refunded your money in full!
Approximately 15 minutes! Come in for your exam, and if you qualify, your physician will immediately add you to the Office of Medical Marijuana Use Registry.
To get your card and begin treatment after you receive a recommendation, you must pay a fee to the state and upload a passport photo to apply for the card. This can be done through the email you received after you obtained your recommendation.
No, your physicians visit is protected under the privacy laws of HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. The only individuals who will have access to your records are those who you choose to share those records with.
No, if you are younger than 18 you can receive an evaluation if you are accompanied by a guardian. Pediatric patients must have a guardian call to book an appointment with us at 844-652-2731.
After you are approved by one of our physicians, we provide you with a simple state application that needs to be sent to the Department of Health. Then, you will receive your state cannabis card, needed to purchase your medicine. The Department of Health’s website states the process takes between 1-2 weeks. We recommend sending in your application as soon as possible after your appointment.
On June 16, 2014, Florida became the 22nd state to legalize access to medical marijuana when Governor Rick Scott signed the Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act of 2014. Patients suffering from cancer, epilepsy, chronic seizures, or muscle spasms could use low-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) cannabis products prescribed by a licensed doctor. Doctors and patients had to register on the Compassionate Use Registry, an online database maintained by the Florida Department of Health. The governor also signed Senate Bill 1700, to protect the privacy of doctors prescribing low-THC marijuana and their patients.
The Florida Right to Medical Marijuana Initiative, Amendment 2 was placed on the ballot in November 2014, but failed to win the required 60% majority of votes. The publicity surrounding this defeat helped to change the public attitude towards medical marijuana.
In March 2016, State Bill 307 expanded access to full-strength medical marijuana to terminally ill patients who were determined by two doctors to have less than a year to live.
In November of 2016, 71% of Florida voters approved the Florida Medical Marijuana Legalization Initiative, also known as Amendment 2.
A special legislative session in June 2017, passed Senate Bill 8A (SB 8A), the Medical Use of Marijuana Act to implement rules for making medical marijuana available to Floridians. The Florida Department of Health established the Office of Medical Marijuana Use to implement these rules and changed the name of the Compassionate Use Registry to the Medical Marijuana Use Registry.
In the ancient world, hemp was a common agricultural crop — harvested for its high-protein seeds, oil, and fiber used for rope and clothes. Hemp is one variety of the Cannabis plant, but it doesn’t have the same mind-altering effects as marijuana.
In ancient China and elsewhere in the world, however, hemp was grown for food and had hundreds of other uses — so it was only natural for people to discover that other types of the Cannabis plant could be used medicinally. The history of medical marijuana use first started in China, then traveled throughout Asia into the Middle East and Africa. In ancient times, cannabis was used to alleviate pain and treat various conditions. But doctors also warned against using it too much, as they believed it could cause people to “see demons.”
According to Chinese legend, Emperor Shen Neng was one of the first major leaders in the ancient world to officially prescribe marijuana tea to treat various illnesses — including gout, rheumatism, malaria, and poor memory.
The Spanish brought cannabis to South America, but during the North American colonization, there was only hemp — used for practical purposes like clothes, bags, paper and ropes for the maritime industry. The hemp industry largely relied on slave labor, and cannabis wasn’t introduced to America as a psychoactive or medicinal drug until years later.
At this point in time, some American medical journals were suggesting using hemp seeds and roots to treat various health problems, including skin inflammation and incontinence. William O’Shaughnessy was an Irish doctor in the British East India Company who touted medical marijuana’s benefits for rheumatism and nausea in England and America.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is created to prevent another morphine addiction crisis — as many people were becoming addicted to heroin, opium, and morphine which weren’t properly regulated. The FDA mainly controlled opium and morphine during this time, and not so much marijuana, but its creation signaled a major shift in drug policy in America.
During this time, Mexican immigrants entering the U.S. introduced marijuana to the country (and the word "marijuana" itself likely originated in Mexico), popularizing the recreational use of the drug more. However, many Americans saw those who smoked weed as debaucherous and troublesome, associating cannabis with “lower class” criminality.
Drug use, under the Harrison Act, is officially declared a crime.
By now, 23 states have outlawed marijuana. The government also passes the Marihuana Tax Act, making the use of non-medical weed illegal. Cannabis was still used in various medical treatments, albeit in controlled forms.
Marijuana was categorized as a Schedule I drug along with more dangerous ones, and was listed as having no accepted medical use. Despite the fact that some early American medical journals had begun listing the medical uses of cannabis, the government restricted any further research into it until more recently.
The history of Medical Marijuana use took spurt in the 2000s. Medical Marijuana is legal in 30 states and the District of Columbia.
Hybrids are crosses between the two other types. There are over 200 hybrids each with unique names such as Blue Dream, Chemdawg or 9 lb Hammer. Some hybrids have more of the Sativa effects and others more the Indica effects, while some are a balance of the two.
Cannabis is a flowering plant. When cannabis is grown for medicine, the flowers (also known as buds) and leaves of the female plant are cured resulting in what we generally regard as cannabis or, more commonly, “marijuana”. Highly versatile, cannabis provides relief for many different ailments and symptoms with a high degree of safety. Sound too good to be true? It's not. The reason that cannabis benefits so many different illnesses and ailments boils down to the fact that some of the active components of the cannabis plant mimic many of our own chemicals to promote a healthy balance – the Endocannabinoid System (ECS).
The ECS is controlled by chemicals that our body produces called endocannabinoids. Our endocannabinoids are responsible for keeping many of our biological functions in balance such as sleep, appetite, the immune system, pain and more. When the body gets out of balance and moves into a state of stress, endocannabinoids go to work to fix the problem.
So what are the medical benefits of medical marijuana? The short answer is cannabis is highly effective in treating pain and inflammation by its interactions with the endocannabinoid system.
Disclaimer: The information provided on this website is solely educational and provided as an informational resource on medical marijuana for patients in the state of Florida. It should not be substituted for medical, diagnostic, or treatment advice. Use of this website does not constitute a patient-physician relationship, and you should always consult with a licensed healthcare professional before making health-related decisions. Patients understand there are risks associated with the purchase, possession, and other proxies to marijuana, marihuana, MMJ, cannabis, medical, and medicinal weed. Please contact MJ Releaf for questions about medical marijuana and obtaining a recommendation. If you are currently experiencing a health emergency, call 911 immediately. This website is not intended for viewing or usage by European Union citizens.
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