Most things in life don't go according to plan. If you've lost or need to change your marijuana identification card, don't worry – there is a way to do so. At Access Marijuana RX, our experienced team is personally driven by helping Florida residents enjoy the benefits of medical cannabis.
Medical Marijuana Doctor Issuing Recommendations for Patients Near Tampa, St. Petersburg and All of Florida
In the infographic below, we outline some of the basic requirements of getting a card. Give our office in St. Petersburg a call if you have any questions about what you need to do or next steps to take. Our entire team is very knowledgeable on the subject. We are personally committed to offering clear advice and reliable information. To contact us, please call AMRX at 727-209-5470.
With the growing number of medical marijuana physicians in Florida, how do I choose the right one for me, you may wonder. Your medical marijuana doctor should provide a comprehensive evaluation, clearly explain your eligibility, and guide you through all aspects of obtaining and using medical marijuana (assuming a recommendation is made).
Since the passage of Florida's Amendment 2, thousands of people are applying for medical marijuana cards. As someone interested in learning about the law, you may be wondering in what form the medical cannabis is administered.
Back in November, 71.3 percent of Florida voters voted "yes" on Amendment 2, which allows medical marijuana use for debilitating conditions as determined by a licensed Florida physician. But what exactly is a "debilitating medical condition" and how do you know if you are eligible?
With the expansion of Florida’s medical marijuana law taking effect, St. Petersburg-based physician and founder of Access Marijuana RX, Lora L. Brown MD, will host mobile Compassionate Use medical marijuana clinics throughout the state for patients wanting relief from debilitating diseases or conditions as outlined by the newly passed amendment.