Medical Marijuana Doctor Recommendations And ID Cards Under Florida Law.
About Medical Marijuana
Welcome to Aesthetix Plus, where we provide medical marijuana Doctor recommendations and ID cards under Florida law. It has been proven that medical marijuana is effective in the treatment of a variety of debilitating conditions. Medicinal marijuana is now legal in the state of Florida and DR. Sherif El-Salawy, MD is authorized to issue Florida Medical Marijuana Cards to qualifying patients.
Let’s Get Started On Your Medical Marijuana Recommendation Today!
How Does The Whole Process Work?
Individuals suffering from chronic and debilitating illnesses are eligible to receive medical cannabis within the state of Florida. To begin the process a patient must have an in-person visit with a Florida physician who is certified in compassionate use. In order to provide certifications to patients, a doctor must have an active, unrestricted medical license and must complete a course issued by the Florida Medical Association. Once the physician has examined the patient, he or she can qualify (or “certify”) them to be able to purchase medical marijuana. After a patient is certified by a physician they must complete a medical marijuana ID card application with the Department of Health. When the Department approves the patient’s ID card application, the patient is legally then able to visit any of the state’s dispensaries or call a Medical Marijuana Treatment Center to arrange for delivery.
The law requires patients to be recertified every 210 days, and the physician can certify up to a 70-day supply of cannabis at a time at a maximum daily dose that is yet to be determined by the Department of Health.
Just 3 Simple Steps To Get Your Recommendation-
1. Check Qualifications
2. Schedule Appointment
On the day of your appointment meet with our qualified physician, and get your recommendation the same day!
Qualifying Conditions for Medical Marijuana
In Florida, the use of medical marijuana to treat certain conditions when prescribed by a physician is legal as of June 2017. If you’re considering medical cannabis, explore Florida medical marijuana qualifying conditions and learn whether you may be a candidate.
- Anxiety Disorders
- ALS (Lou Gehrig’s)
- Back Pain
- Cachexia (Wasting Syndrome)
- Crohn’s Disease
- Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome
- Hepatitis C
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Lyme Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Muscle Spasms
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Post Traumatic Syndrome (PTSD)
- Severe & Chronic Pain
- Severe Nausea
- Sickle Cell Anemia
- Any Terminal Condition
- Other Debilitating Condition like Kind, or Class
Medical Marijuana Appointment Checklist
Bring with you one of the following: