Florida’s Amendment 2 vastly expands the list of medical conditions that qualify patients for a recommendation. Click here for a list of qualifying conditions. If you have any questions, please call us at 954-240-6706
Answered simply, no. The state of Florida issues both a concealed weapons permit and a medical marijuana card, thus making residents a lawful user of both.
If a patient wishes to purchase a firearm at a later time, they may have an issue and be unable to do so. This is a huge grey area and beyond our scope of understanding. Should you wish to get your medical marijuana card and purchase a firearm at a later date, please consult with an attorney for a full legal understanding.
There is no age restriction to getting a medical marijuana card. We do not treat minors, but can happily refer patients to a trusted physician who specializes in pediatrics. Please contact us at 954-240-6706 for more information.
Patients can only receive a recommendation if it is determined they have a diagnosed qualifying condition and that the rewards of medical marijuana outweigh the risks of using it as defined by Florida Law.
Patients that do not qualify will be refunded by our 100% money back guarantee.
CBD and THC are the two most recognizable cannabinoids of the marijuana plant that have different therapeutic effects. THC is the active ingredient that produces a euphoric “high”, whereas CBD has more anti-inflammatory and anti-anxiety properties.
Smoking is most commonly associated with medical marijuana use, however there are also oral and topical routes of administration available to patients. Consult with Dr. Levy on to see what is right for you.