Medical Marijuana Soon to be More Available for Floridians

Medical Marijuana Doctor Issuing Recommendations for Patients Near Tampa, St. Petersburg and All of Florida


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.

Conditions that qualify for low-THC or medical cannabis prescriptions include:

  • Cancer
  • Epilepsy
  • Glaucoma
  • PTSD
  • ALS
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Muscle spasms
  • Multiple sclerosis

Mobile Medical Cannabis Appts - Florida | AMRXAccording to the law, medical marijuana patients must be under the care of a physician certified by the Florida Department of Health. Because so few physicians are certified, this has become a burden on patients living in certain areas.

“These clinics not only allow us to provide an initial in-person evaluation, but also help patients who live in areas that don’t have access to a nearby licensed medical marijuana physician,” says Dr. Brown.

Access Marijuana RX is headquartered in St. Petersburg, Florida. Dr. Brown and her team will make clinical recommendations including cannabis products, routes of delivery and dosages to the Health Department’s Compassionate Use Registry, but will not dispense medical marijuana. Patients will then be able to obtain their medical marijuana through any of the Florida-licensed dispensaries.

Marijuana, also known as cannabis, has been used medicinally for over 2,000 years. It was used in ancient times by the Chinese, as well as the Hindus in India, the ancient Hebrew mystics, and early Christian healers. A victim of US culture wars over the last eighty years, marijuana is only recently receiving the credit it deserves as a viable medical therapy.

Dates and locations for mobile clinics will be released soon. For more information, call AMRX in St. Petersburg at 727-209-5470 today.