• 1.Florida FAQ'S
    FAQ’s about Florida’s MMJ Certification
  • What conditions qualify you for MMJ in Florida?
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    The conditions that qualify you for MMJ certification in Florida include:

    -Lou Gehrig’s Disease



    -Chronic Pain








    -HIV and AIDS




    -Muscle Spasms





    -All Terminal Conditions

  • How long does the appointment take?
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    Whether you choose a free phone consultation, in person visit, re-evaluation or in-home visit; your will take approximately 10 to 20 minutes for any of the available appointment options.

  • What do I need to bring with me to the appointment?
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    When you come to your appointment, you need to bring your photo identification. You will need to provide your medical history and a listing of any medications you are currently taking.

  • What is the cost?
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    The cost can vary depending upon the type of appointment you choose. An in-home consultation will be more expensive than you going to a treatment facility. Many offer payment plans to make it easier for you to get the medication you need.

  • Where do I go for the appointment?
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    There are several ways and locations to get an appointment for MMJ Certification. You can choose either a phone consultation or an in-person visit at the Jacksonville location.

  • When does my MMJ Certification expire?
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    You will need to have your doctor re-evaluate and re-certify you for your MMJ certification every 210 days.

  • What do I need to get my MMJ prescriptions?
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    You can get your prescriptions from a dispensary after receiving your MMJ certification. You will need to provide your MMJ Certification Card and the prescription from your doctor. You have two options to receiving your prescriptions. You can pick up your prescription from a dispensary or have them mailed right to your home.

  • Can I smoke in public?
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    In the State of Florida, you cannot smoke marijuana. The closest form of smoking marijuana is vaping. But when you vape, you can only use the flower which is in a tamper proof receptacle.

  • Is medical marijuana covered by insurance?
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    Medical marijuana is not covered by insurance in the State of Florida. But, you do have options which include a one-time payment or enrolling in a payment plan.