In Florida, the use of medical marijuana is legal. The state has a medical marijuana program and card that are available to residents with a qualifying condition.
Medical Marijuana Cards are issued by the Florida Department of Health Office of Medical Marijuana Use. To be eligible for a medical marijuana card, you must be diagnosed with one of the qualifying conditions and have a licensed physician certify your diagnosis in writing.
A medical marijuana card is a document that shows that the person has been approved by a doctor to use medical marijuana.
The process for obtaining a medical marijuana card is not difficult and does not require any kind of prescription.
Medical Marijuana Card is a legal document that is issued by the state to authorize the possession, use, and/or cultivation of medical marijuana.
A Medical Marijuana Card can be obtained by a qualifying patient who has been diagnosed with a qualifying medical condition. A qualified physician must certify that in their professional opinion, the potential benefits of the medical use of marijuana would likely outweigh the health risks for that patient.
Qualifying conditions are: Cancer, Epilepsy/Seizures, Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS (HIV+), Multiple Sclerosis (MS), ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) Crohn’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s Disease or any other debilitating condition determined by a licensed Florida physician.