Marijuana Doctors Near Me in Ocala, FL
Marijuana doctor clinics are certifying and renewing Florida medical marijuana cards daily. This gives qualified people the ability to shop for medical grade cannabis THC and CBD products for treatment of qualifying medical conditions at local dispensaries. To get certified patients need to visit with a nearby Ocala marijuana doctor. See if you qualify today!
Dr Recharge Clinic 1.1mi47 Southwest 17th Street Ocala 34471
Pain Treatment Centers 1.5mi2300 South Pine Avenue Ocala 34471
1713 East Silver Springs Boulevard Ocala 34470
Dr Jackson Burke 1.7mi2018 East Silver Springs Boulevard Ocala 34470
3320 Southwest 33rd Road Ocala 34474
Dr Mark Sacher 3.3mi3320 Southwest 33rd Road Ocala 34474
10935 Southeast 177th Place Summerfield 34491
Dr Alexander Smirnoff 22.3mi729 County Road 466 Lady Lake 32159
To Get Started in Ocala:
First Time Appointments & Florida MedCard Renewals
If you’re ready to get started, finding a medical marijuana doctor near Ocala to schedule your appointment and see if you qualify is easy. You can ask questions over the phone and find out tentatively if you qualify for the next step. Cannabis recommendations are good for 210 days which typically include with the initial visit plus three 70-day refills prior to visiting a certifying doctor again to renew.
MMJ Patient Registration Form
Dispensaries Near Ocala
Ocala Veterans For Cannabis and CBD Treatment
Many veterans and their caregivers strongly support for medical marijuana as a real treatment for medical conditions. The most common one we hear about is post traumatic stress disorder. PTSD is a spectrum anxiety disorder that cannabis and CBD help treat. One Florida born combat wounded marine stated, “I turned to medical marijuana because I was at my wits end. The pills the VA kept giving me were not working. After finding a balance of Sativa and Indica I was able to get off anti-depressants and anti–anxiety medications as well as narcotics to sleep. For the first times in my life since getting out, I am feeling and seeing things more clearly.”
Our Veterans are heavily prescribed hard hitting prescription drugs including anti-psychotic, antidepressants and opioids. Several states including Illinois and New York have added Opioid Use Disorders to their qualifying conditions list substituting medical marijuana in place of hardcore drugs. Currently, veterans have to go out of the Veterans Administration network to a civilian doctor for a cannabis recommendation.