Gulf Breeze Medical Marijuana
If you’re at least 18 years old, a resident of Florida and you suffer from a debilitating medical condition that you have found difficult to treat, you could qualify to become a medical marijuana patient.
How Can I Purchase Medical Marijuana?
To purchase marijuana, you need to locate a licensed medical marijuana dispensary near you. There are a number of different dispensaries to choose from in your area including Trulieve and Surterra Wellness in Pensacola. There’s a lot to consider when purchasing medical marijuana, so you’ll want to pick one that best fits all your needs. In order to purchase medical marijuana, you’ll need to present your state-issued ID card to the professional staff at the dispensary. A staff member will help you figure out how to best treat your medical condition by helping you pick the right strain and dose. You are legally able to purchase marijuana in forms such as pills, edibles, and oils.
If you think medical marijuana might be the right treatment option for you, make an appointment today to find out if you qualify.
Do I Qualify for Medical Marijuana Use?
To become a medical marijuana patient, you must have a qualifying medical condition. To find out if your condition qualifies, you have to make an appointment to visit in-person with a licensed medical marijuana doctor. Conditions that qualify patients to legally purchase medical marijuana include cancer, ALS, severe or chronic pain and any terminal condition. There are a few doctors near you including Medical Cannabis Clinic of Florida in Pensacola and Go Green Cross in Pensacola that can help you with your qualification process. Once you meet with a licensed marijuana doctor, he or she will thoroughly examine your medical history to determine if you qualify. If appropriate, the doctor will write you a recommendation that you will submit along with an application to the Florida Department of Health. You’ll then receive a state-issued ID card within 30 days if your application is approved. Your card can be used to purchase non-smoked varieties of marijuana at any licensed dispensary in Florida. Currently, it is still illegal under Florida state law to smoke marijuana.