Six licenses, 315 patients, 150 doctors. These are the numbers related to the current law in the State of Florida regarding medical marijuana. The low THC high CBD cannabis is currently allowable for patients recommended by a physician who are suffering from cancer
On November 08, 2016, residents in the State of Florida will vote as to whether or not to legalize medical marijuana use, for patients diagnosed with a debilitating condition who have received a recommendation/certification from a qualified marijuana doctor.
Modern Health Concepts (MHC), a South Florida-based medical cannabis provider, is proud to announce that the Florida Department of Health granted the company authority to process and dispense medical and low-THC cannabis.
Quality care at the end of life is the goal of effective and compassionate hospice and palliative care. Providing comfort care, alleviating symptoms, addressing emotional and spiritual concerns of patients and families and improving overall quality of life is paramount
Florida based medical cannabis company AltMed, LLC, is applying its unprecedented pharmaceutical, biotech and medical experience to the production of the highest quality cannabis therapies.
It’s taken a long time for medical marijuana to finally reach patients in Florida, but in late August, one of the first deliveries of low-THC cannabis was delivered to a person suffering from epilepsy in Shalimar.
The latest debate in Florida is the legalization of medical marijuana. This is a highly debated issue because of the lack of evidence using marijuana for certain medical conditions, and the adverse effects and consequences of marijuana, particularly on youth.
The medical marijuana / cannabis (MMJ) legalization process has begun in Florida with exaggerated hesitancy and over-regulation. Physicians are steering clear of MMJ altogether because, in addition to the plant’s controversial reputation,
CBD, CBD, it is legal in all 50 states! CBD is short for cannabidiol, which is one of at least 113 active cannabinoids (chemical constituent) identified in Cannabis. A number of purveyors and entities selling hemp-derived CBD (versus what might be called whole plant CBD allowed in Florida under the Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act of 2014)