Choose Anorexia %26 Eating Disorders Anxiety Back Pain Cachexia Crohn's Cancer% 26 Bowel Disorders Diabetes Epilepsy Glaucoma Hepatitis Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)% 26 Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Insomnia% 26 Sleep Disorders Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Insomnia Lyme Migraine HeadachesMultiple Sclerosis (MS), Muscle SpasmsMuscular DystrophyParkinson's DiseasePosttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Rheumatoid Arthritis %26 Severe Chronic Pain Severe Nausea Sickle Cell Anemia PlasticityMedical conditions of the same type or class as above or comparable to PreviousA terminal condition diagnosed by a physician other than the qualified physician issuing the doctor's certificationOther. If a qualifying patient is under 18, only a caregiver can purchase or administer medical marijuana for the qualifying patient. Florida permanent residents and seasonal residents with a qualifying condition who reside in the state for at least 31 consecutive days in each calendar year and maintain temporary residence may be eligible for a Florida medical marijuana card. WMOU recommends talking to your healthcare professional to determine if medical marijuana products are right for you or your loved one.
The patient's qualified physician is the only person who can add a caregiver to the patient's profile in the Medical Marijuana Use Registry. MMTC of Florida doctors are specially trained and certified to help you with your medical marijuana needs. If you have been diagnosed with a qualifying condition, schedule an appointment with one of Tetra Health Care's experienced medical marijuana doctors so that you can add you to the MMU registry. We certify patients for medical marijuana treatments who have a wide variety of debilitating health problems.
Once your identification card application has been approved, you can contact an authorized medical marijuana treatment center (MMTC) and complete an order placed by your qualified doctor. The Florida Department of Health's Office of Medical Marijuana Use is now in charge of defining the legislative intent and implementation of the program statewide. A minor child who has symptoms and a diagnosis of chronic illness may also qualify for a medical marijuana use card. If you don't have an MMTC in your city, you can complete your order by contacting a medical marijuana treatment center and arranging a delivery.