There are evidently too many restrictions on medical cannabis according to some citizens in Florida. It is in the recent news, and you can be sure that some people in most other states also feel the same way. You have to say most other states because people in some states don’t have access to medical marijuana. Additionally, residents of some states like Colorado don’t have to worry about medical marijuana because they can just buy what they want legally at a dispensary without needing a prescription or ‘recommendation’ as they call it to put it in legal terms.
You can call the Florida Department of Health if you have questions about the waiting process for registration with them. It’s not really a waiting list or period so to speak as much as it is just a slow process. One thing for sure, if you’re in need of medical cannabis Florida doctors can ‘recommend’ it for you.
If you’re in need of medical cannabis Florida laws allow it, but there are restrictions as mentioned. For starters, you have to find your diagnosed condition on their ‘accepted conditions’ list. The rest of the process will be directed by your physician, but it still helps to know what to do. For example, you know you need identification, including your insurance card, and you need to be 18. There is a waiting period when you have to handle the Department of Health registration, but that doesn’t mean you have to wait that long to start using the medical marijuana.
It is unclear exactly how soon you get it because it says when it’s available. It is important to note that not only does the condition or ailment you have need to be on the list, but the rules also state you must have a debilitating condition. Why that is stated separately apart from the list beats me. Either way, that’s the rule.