SMOKABLE CANNABIS IS HERE!!

We should have the NEW FLORIDA STATE CONSENT FORM in draft on our website this weekend. We should also have the DR. CANNABIS CLINIC DISCLOSURE & CONSENT FORM for smokable cannabis also. If you are interested in the “smokable flower” please print these forms off and initial the forms WITHOUT SIGNING THEM. We will also

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WEEKLY UPDATE Office Of Medical Marijuana Use: March 15, 2019 Qualified patients (active ID card): 194,997 Total patient count: 250,186 Patients added since last update: 1,432 Processing time for complete paper application: 5 days Processing time for complete online application: 5 days Ordering physician count: 2,106 Approved medical marijuana treatment centers: 13 Approved retail dispensing

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FLORIDA SENATE LIFTS SMOKING BAN!!

TALLAHASSEE – The Florida House repealed the state’s ban on smokeable medical marijuana on Wednesday, meeting Gov. Ron DeSantis’ demand that lawmakers do so and handing the governor the first legislative victory of his 3-month-old administration. The bill (SB 182) passed by a 101-11 vote. It passed the Senate last week 38-0. “This is a

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MARCH 2019 MEDICAL CANNABIS DATA

WEEKLY UPDATE Office Of Medical Marijuana Use: March 6, 2019 Qualified patients (active ID card): 193,338 Total patient count: 246,215 Patients added since last update: 3,337 Processing time for complete paper application: 5 days Processing time for complete online application: 5 days Ordering physician count: 2,096 Approved medical marijuana treatment centers: 13 Approved retail dispensing

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CBD FOR SEIZURES

Medical researchers have confirmed what some desperate parents have been claiming for years—that a nonpsychoactive component of marijuana known as cannabidiol (CBD) can reduce epileptic seizures in some children. Published in The New England Journal of Medicine, the findings stem from a double-blind, placebo-controlled study—the most scientifically rigorous type of investigation possible. “This study clearly

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MEDICAL CANNABIS FOR CROHN’S DISEASE AND ULCERATIVE COLITIS

In the first study of its kind, cannabis oil has been shown to significantly improve the symptoms of Crohn’s disease and the quality of life of sufferers but, contrary to previous medical thinking, has no effect on gut inflammation. In a random, placebo-controlled study, researchers from Israel have shown that cannabis can produce clinical remission

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MEDICAL CANNABIS FOR MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

A 2018 systematic review examined randomized controlled trials pertaining to the symptoms with the strongest evidence base, including 2 that are relevant to MS: pain and spasticity.4 The authors found that patients taking cannabinoids were more likely to achieve pain reduction of at least 30%, with a risk ratio of 1.37 (95% CI, 1.14-1.64) and

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