Medical marijuana is believed to be effective in treating a wide range of symptoms. For people living with qualifying conditions such as cancer or PTSD, the potential indications are broad. Here are some common uses for medical marijuana that may improve a person’s quality of life:
About Medical Marijuana
Medical Marijuana Doctor Issuing Recommendations for Patients Near Tampa, St. Petersburg and All of Florida
Millions of people use medical marijuana to alleviate unpleasant symptoms, feel better, and improve their quality of life. However, that doesn’t mean it’s right for everyone. These questions can help you learn about your eligibility for MMJ in Florida.
It’s important to find a way to consume medical marijuana that works for you. Edibles are one popular option because they are easy to take and taste good.
Our patients have been waiting to purchase these products for years. The good news is that they’re finally available at many MMTCs. Here’s what you need to know about buying and taking edibles in Florida.
Have you ever wondered how many people use medical marijuana in Florida? Or how many qualified licensing physicians there are in the state? Find answers to these and other questions in the infographic below.
A growing number of people are using medical marijuana to treat health conditions. But are insurance companies updating their policies to match? The answer may be more complicated than you think. Below, we dig into three of the most common questions our St. Petersburg patients ask about medical cannabis and health insurance.
For many people living with chronic pain or debilitating health issues, medical marijuana can be an incredibly beneficial herbal therapy. But it can also be somewhat intimidating to new users. If you are interested in trying medical cannabis to treat a disease or symptom, here are several things you should think about:
For certain people, we have seen medical marijuana reduce the need for opioid medication. Because not all states have medical marijuana, and because many of the medical marijuana laws are still new, there’s really not a lot of hard data on whether states with these laws have lower rates of opioid abuse.
It seems like cannabidiol (CBD) is everywhere these days. But what do we know about this natural compound, and what do we still have to learn? Our St. Petersburg medical marijuana physician explains below.