Medical Marijuana Certification In Gainesville, FL
Qualifying conditions under Amendment 2
Medical cannabis laws in Florida
Since marijuana is illegal under federal law, qualifying patients can only get supplies of medical cannabis from medical marijuana doctors or licensed dispensers.
For low-THC medical marijuana, the qualifying conditions include cancer, severe seizures, muscle spasms, or other physical conditions that cause severe seizures, chronic symptoms, or muscle spasms. To obtain a low-THC medical marijuana card, you must be at least 18, a Florida resident, and have valid identification in Florida. You or must also provide informed consent to your doctor. If you are approved, your doctor will enter an order for low-THC cannabis and register you with the Compassionate Use Registry.
Using medical cannabis in Florida does not allow you to use marijuana by smoking it. It also does not allow you to transfer medical marijuana to someone else or to use it in public, at your place of employment, on public transportation, or the grounds of K-12 schools.
The allowed ways that medical cannabis can be ingested include vaporization, capsules, oils, creams, tinctures, sprays, or eating edible forms. To learn more about medical cannabis and obtaining a medical marijuana certification, contact the Haile Medical Group.