Florida Marijuana Doctor

Florida Marijuana Doctor

Easy Evaluations

Florida's evaluation process is more extensive than most but our Florida marijuana doctor makes the process quick and easy, saving you time!

Licensed Doctors

Don't go to a clinic you can't trust! As a Florida cannabis doctor, we know that qualifying for medicinal marijuana is a tedious process on you already.

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Cannabis Doctor Evaluations

Here at the Florida Marijuana Doctor Company, we help connect patients with licensed cannabis doctors that practice in the state of Florida and provide authorizations and medical marijuana cards.

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Florida is among the many

Support for medical marijuana has been spreading rapidly across the country. Florida is one of the newest states to legalize and provide access for residents to purchase the miracle plant. We help facilitate the cannabis authorization process so that you can see a doctor sooner, rather than later.

Why are so Many Considering Marijuana?


Medical marijuana is virtually impossible to overdose from. There are no known cases of overdose.


Dispensaries provide Florida medical marijuana for low costs, especially when compared to prescription costs.

Dependence Free

Studies show that medical marijuana is free from causing physical dependence, which means it's also withdrawal free.

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Florida Medical Marijuana - Getting Started

With the passage of Amendment 2, there is no question that Florida has moved ahead of many states that are still struggling with issues like legalizing medical marijuana, or even decriminalizing it altogether. Florida's medical marijuana doctors are now authorized for medicinal cannabis evaluations, which is a huge step for the state and a big step for the country as a whole as well. Florida, being the sunshine state, is widely regarded as one of the nicest states in the country and it's a hotspot for tourists and travelers. While decriminalization is another matter altogether, Florida residents need to understand the basics of qualifying for medical marijuana use in the state.

Although Amendment 2 still has a lot of kinks that need to be worked out through the Florida legislative session, it is important to understand what you need to do next and how the process of seeing a Florida marijuana doctor works. Whether you are planning a move to the state of Florida, or if you are simply a Florida resident who is curious about medical marijuana, there are a number of things to keep in mind.

Ailments That Qualify For Medical Marijuana Use

One of the biggest achievements with Amendment 2 is the fact that it expands on the previous medical marijuana laws in Florida. These were extremely limited laws that ultimately did more harm than good. The overhaul was essential, and it was dramatically favored by Florida voters last November.

The list of ailments that now qualify for medical marijuana use in Florida are as follows:

  • Lou Gehrig’s Disease
  • Cancers
  • Crohn’s
  • Epilepsy
  • Glaucoma
  • Seizures
  • Chronic Muscle Spasms
  • MS
  • Parkinson’s
  • PTSD
  • Other: This can include any health condition that a doctor feels can, and should, be treated with the use of medical marijuana.

Getting Started

Approximately 200 doctors in the state of Florida are legally qualified to prescribe Orlando marijuana for medicinal purposes. Patients are eagerly coming to them with a lot of questions. Here are a few basic facts you will want to keep in mind, before you begin your search for a licensed, qualified healthcare provider:

  • You must be at least 18 years of age, and you must be a legal resident of the state of Florida. This can be proven with a Florida state I.D. If you do not have one, you can use an out-of-state I.D. or passport in conjunction with documents (a bill would be a good example) that prove your residency.
  • You will need to get legitimate medical records from your primary healthcare provider. These documents are essential for your marijuana evaluation appointment.
  • You will need to register with the Department of Health.
  • You must have proof that you have tried other treatments.
  • You must be a patient of the doctor for three months prior to diagnosis.

As Amendment 2 is filled out through the Florida legislative, these are the steps to keep in mind.