BY JULIA FEILER:
What is Medical Marijuana
Marijuana is a plant-based medicine which is recommended to patients by their physician. Medical cannabis is used to treat a variety of different diseases and conditions. Marijuana is used to help relieve symptoms not to cure diseases. There are 3 main active compounds in cannabis THC, CBD, and CBN. The cannabis plant contains different Terpenes which are classified as organic compounds. Each terpene affects the smell, taste, aroma and flavor profile of your cannabis.
What is a Terpene?
Terpenes are the aromas you smell in each bud. The terpenes help us easily differentiate between each strain of marijuana. Over 100 different terpenes have been found in the cannabis plant.
How to Administer Medical Marijuana
● Inhalation: vaping and smoking
● Oral ingestion: oils, tinctures, capsules, and edibles
● Topical: salves, balms, and patches
● Suppositories:rectal or vaginal suppositories
● Edibles: Chew/eat
What Medical Conditions Does Medical Marijuana Help Treat?
Medical Cannabis can help treat a variety of different health conditions such as:
● Mental Health Disorders
● Eating Disorders
● Crohn’s disease
● Alzheimer’s disease
If your are considering medical marijuana for yourself or a loved one call 855-933-3463 for a free phone consultation.
How Does Cannabis Affect the Body?
Cannabis effects individuals differently depending on tolerance to the plant. The effects can differ depending on the strength of the THC in the cannabis plant, so speak to a specialist at your local dispensary for a recommendation on which strains will work best for you.
How Do I Get Certified in the State of Florida?
Step 1: Call our nurse for a free phone consultation at (855)933-3463
Step 2: Book your appointment online or with our nurse over the phone.
Step 3: Fill out required paperwork upon arrival at our facility
Step 4: Attend Medical Marijuana Evaluation/ Consultation with our medical doctor
Step 5: If Approved by our doctor you will receive an email from the state of florida prompting you on the next steps of the process.
Step 6: Medicate legally!