Florida Med Marijuana Doctors and THC CBD Clinics

Florida MMJ – CBD Doctors

Florida Marijuana Doctor locations are open and active to help you get your medical marijuana card. Find the best cannabis doctors that recommend THC and CBD for treatment of debilitating medical conditions certified under Amendment 2 on the map. Your medical marijuana card will be issued by the state following the doctors approval. Find out if your eligible today.

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View the Florida MMJ/CBD Doctors Clinics Directory by City to find the best marijuana doctors near you:

Boca Raton  *  Bonita Springs  *  Bradenton  *  Brooksville  *  Cape Coral  *  Clearwater  *  Cocoa Beach  *  Daytona  *  Flagler  *  Ft Lauderdale  *  Fort Myers  *  Fort Pierce  *  Fort Walton Beach  *  Gainesville  *  Hialeah  *  Hollywood  *  Jacksonville  *  Jupiter  *  Key West  *  Kissimmee  *  Lakeland  *  Lehigh Acres  *  Longwood  *  Miami  *  Melbourne  *  Miramar  *  Naples  *  North Port  *  Ocala  *  Orlando  *  Palm Beach Gardens  *  Panama City  *  Pensacola  *  Port Charlotte  *  Port St Lucie  *  Punta Gorda  *  Riverview  *  Sarasota  *  Spring Hill  *  St Augustine  *  St Petersburg  *  Tallahassee  *  Tampa Bay  *  The Villages  *  Wellington  *  West Palm Beach

What debilitating conditions qualify for Marijuana?

Florida 2019 Official Debilitating Conditions List:

Go to the Florida Dispensaries and Doctors full list of qualifying medical conditions which includes additional conditions that have qualified patients in Florida.

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Top Rated Florida Marijuana Doctor Clinics that have been actively helping patients get their medical cards:


Aventura

Dr Bruce Rubinowicz – MMTC Partner
20801 Biscayne Blvd – Suite 403
Aventura, FL 33180


Boca Raton

Dr Irfan Khan MD
9250 Glades Rd – Ste 110
Boca Raton, FL 33434


Bradenton

Dr Adolfo Narvaez MD – MMTC Partner
5591 Cortez Rd W
Bradenton, FL 34210


Daytona Beach

Bernard Cannabis Center
211 E International Speedway Blvd – Suite 207
Daytona Beach, FL 32118


Fort Lauderdale

Green Health
1749 NE 26th St – Suite E
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305


Fort Walton Beach

Dr Michelle Beasley & Dr Henry Kirsch – MMTC Partner
109-d Racetrack Road NE
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547


Gainesville

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FMD.green
1833 NW 6th St
Gainesville, FL 32609

MMTC – Gainesville

1131 NW 64th Terrace – Suite C
Gainesville, FL 32605


Jacksonville

Green Health
6817 Southpoint Pkwy – Suite 1802
Jacksonville, FL 32216


Jacksonville Beach

Dr Francis Lacina – MMTC Partner
1427 3rd Street South
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250


Kissimmee

Green Relief
201 Hilda Street – Suite 21
Kissimmee, FL 34741


Lakeland

Dr Aleem Malik
215 Imperial Blvd – Suite A-1
Lakeland, FL 33803


Longwood

Green Health
225 West SR 434 – Suite 204
Longwood, FL 32750

Dr Aleem Malik
365 State Road 434
Longwood, FL 32750


Miami

Green Health
11880 SW 40th St – Suite 410
Miami, FL 33175

Dr Rodriguez De La Torre – MMTC Partner
9835 SW 72 St – Suite 203
Miami, FL 33173


Naples

Dr Clint Potter – MMTC Partner
720 Goodlette Road – Suite 204
Naples, FL 34102


North Port

Dr Nagy Farag
14846 Tamiami Trail
North Port, FL 34287


Ocala

Dr Douglas Hall – MMTC Partner
1317 SE 25th Loop
Ocala, FL 34471


Orlando

Green Relief
1103 Lucerne Terrace
Orlando, FL 32803


Palm Beach

South Florida Medical Marijuana MD

793 Northlake Blvd
North Palm Beach, Florida 33408


Palm Coast

Bernard Cannabis Center
389 Palm Coast Parkway – Suite 3
Palm Coast, Florida 32137


Pensacola

Dr Michelle Beasley – MMTC Partner
810 Scenic Hwy – Suite C
Pensacola, Florida 32503


Riverview

Dr Nomen Azeem MD FAAPMR
9360 Balm Riverview Rd
Riverview, FL 33569


St Petersburg

Green Health
6527 Central Ave
St Petersburg, FL 33710

Dr Natalie Ellis & Dr Jeffrey Leimbacher
4743 Central Ave
St Petersburg, FL 33713


Summerfield

Dr Christopher Kelly – MMTC Partner
16810 South Highway 441 – Suite 502
Summerfield, FL 34491


Sun City Center

Dr Natalie Ellis
1647 Sun City Center Plz
Sun City Center, FL 33573


Tallahassee

Dr Henry Kirsch – MMTC Partner
2777 Miccosukee Road
Tallahassee, FL 32308


Tampa

Green Health
4007 N Taliaferro Ave – Suite B
Tampa, Florida 33603


West Palm Beach

Green Health
5405 Okeechobee Blvd – Ste 304
West Palm Beach, FL 33417


Winter Park

Dr Lloyd James
1400 S Orlando Ave – Suite 210
Winter Park, FL 32789


Medical Cannabis Doctors Near Me

Marijuana Cards in Florida are being approved daily by doctors on the Florida certified doctors list. A recommendation from a doctor allows access to buy different forms of processed medicinal cannabis for up to 210 days, three 70 day refills, before having to visit your doctor again.

The list of doctors recommending marijuana is growing. We make it easy for you to be connect with a medical cannabis doctor near you as well as be kept updated on the FL MMJ Program.

Veterans in Florida For Marijuana and the VA

Thank you to all the Florida Veterans. Many have openly expressed strong support for medical marijuana as a real treatment for medical conditions you live with. The most common one we hear about is post traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.

PTSD is a spectrum anxiety disorder that cannabis helps treats. This helps reduce the the amount of heavily prescribed anti anxiety prescription medications like Xanax, Klonopin & Valium needed.

Currently, Florida Veterans must go out of the network to a civilian Florida marijuana doctor for a MMJ recommendation as the Veterans Administration is still reviewing data. One combat wounded Florida Veteran stated, “Weed is a miracle for PTSD, sometimes I think I smoke a lot, then it occurred to me that I haven’t wanted to hit anyone in 6 months!”


DIFFERENT METHODS AND PRODUCT TYPES FOR CONSUMING CANNABIS

Many medical marijuana users in Florida have noticed that the effects of cannabis on the mental and physical systems vary with regards to the delivery method employed. Some are definitely more effective than others and this is an essential consideration often neglected by a good number of individuals.

Cannabis has so many medical and recreational effects on the human body and the three basic methods of delivering the active components of this wonderful plant to the different systems are inhaling, ingestion, or topical application.

INHALING METHODS

When cannabis is smoked, the cannabinoids’ chemical structure is altered by the heat and psychoactive THC is created. Even though a good amount of THC will get into your bloodstream, a good portion remains in the mouth connecting with the mouth’s cannabinoid receptors and also in the smoke-exposed tissues. There is a wide range of available devices for cannabis smoking including, rolling papers, hand pipes, hookahs, water pipes and even home-made equipment.

Even with these devices, those who require higher doses of cannabis, maybe for health purposes, will face difficulties attaining the required dose via smoking. It is much more advisable to ingest cannabis when it is prescribed for therapeutic purposes.

You do not necessarily need to ignite your cannabis in order to be able to enjoy its effects. The chemical compounds found in cannabis are vaporized at gentle and less harmful temperatures and many people prefer the taste of vaporized cannabis to that of smoking cannabis. The vapor from inhalers and vapes don’t cause as much harm as smoking presents to the lungs. This is another method through which cannabis can be inhaled.

ORAL INGESTING METHODS

  • Edibles

The first method of ingesting cannabis is by infusing it into drinks and food. Marijuana edibles have expanded so rapidly that anything can be infused with cannabis. Edibles in Florida are limited, however you can infuse your meals at home but you have to be very cautious with the doses. It is advisable that when you want to take cannabis through this method, you should begin with a low dose and exercise a lot of patience. This is because, with edibles, the digestive process slows down the time in which the drug kicks in and its psychoactive effects can be very intense.

These are basically all cannabis concentrates which are consumed orally. They mostly come in the form of plastic applicators or capsules which can either be consumed directly or added to drinks or food. You also have to be careful with the dose as they take time to kick in as well and can be very intense.

These are infused liquids which extract the cannabis compounds via the use of an alcohol soak. Tinctures are applied under the tongue directly, ensuring that they enter the bloodstream immediately as opposed to other edibles. This causes the effects to be felt a lot quicker and it is easier to control the dose. They come in a variety of cannabinoid profiles, potencies, and flavors taking care of your medical needs and specific desires.

Cannabis can also be ingested via the use of capsules. THC, which is the strongest medicinal cannabis compound can be prescribed by licensed physicians. In order to reap the optimal medicinal benefits of cannabis, getting rid of all the unwanted side effects, all the natural compounds found in cannabis should be taken together. This can be done by taking cannabis capsules.

Suppositories are small, cylindrical dosages of medicines which are either administered by rectal or vaginal insertion. They come in the form of shea or cocoa butter which act like carriers of the medical cannabis. After inserting the suppositories, they melt, allowing the medicine to flow into your system. This method of ingestion is very effective in the treatment of pain for a lot of medical conditions.

TOPICAL METHODS

This refers to other delivery methods involving the administration of the complete cannabis extract with activated cannabinoids through decarboxylation. Usually, in the form of a thick oil, absorption of the activated cannabinoids is possible through the skin without any cerebral stimulation. The element of no ‘’high’’ feeling with the topical delivery method of cannabis makes it perfect for people looking for localized relief and a clear head as well.

To conclude, even though it’s more difficult to dose cannabis when using the ingestion methods, they are preferable to inhaling as they are a healthy substitute to smoking which has long-term negative health effects on our bodies. When using the edible methods, specifically edibles, you can consume cannabis in whatever you choose be it a muffin, candy, pizza, tea, quinoa salad or even in the form of cannabis butter.

 

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