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Florida Qualifying Conditions for Medical Marijuana

In Florida, a "similar kind or class" condition refers to medical conditions that may not be explicitly listed but have symptoms or severity comparable to the qualifying conditions. This allows physicians some discretion in recommending medical marijuana for conditions that are not on the list but are comparable in nature. Examples of similar kind or class conditions might include:

  1. Anxiety Disorders: If the symptoms are severe and debilitating, comparable to PTSD.
  2. Chronic Migraines: If they cause persistent and severe pain similar to chronic nonmalignant pain.
  3. Severe Insomnia: Especially if it's caused by an underlying medical condition that causes significant impairment.
  4. Autism Spectrum Disorder: Particularly for patients experiencing severe symptoms or related conditions like seizures or chronic muscle spasms.
  5. Fibromyalgia: If it results in chronic pain and muscle spasms similar to conditions like MS or chronic pain.
  6. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS): When symptoms are severe and similar to Crohn's Disease.
  7. Tourette Syndrome: Due to chronic motor or vocal tics comparable to chronic muscle spasms.

These conditions, while not explicitly listed, are just some of the conditions that can still qualify if the certifying physician determines that the symptoms are severe enough to be comparable to those listed and that medical marijuana could provide therapeutic relief.

In Florida, patients must have one of the following qualifying medical conditions, OR a condition of similar kind or class (some of those examples are listed above) to be eligible for a medical marijuana card:

  1. Cancer
  2. Epilepsy
  3. Glaucoma
  5. Crohn's Disease
  6. Chronic Seizures
  7. Chronic Muscle Spasms
  8. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  9. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
  10. Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  11. Parkinson's Disease
  12. Medical conditions of the same kind or class as or comparable to those enumerated above
  13. A terminal condition diagnosed by a physician other than the qualified physician issuing the physician certification
  14. Chronic Nonmalignant Pain (defined as pain that is either caused by or originates from a qualifying medical condition and persists beyond the usual course of that qualifying condition)

Patients must be evaluated by a certified physician who can then recommend medical marijuana if they determine that the patient meets one or more of these conditions.


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Patients with a qualifying medical condition can become certified by a Florida Medical Marijuana Doctor to get a medical marijuana card.

To get started:

1.  Fill out the form above, or call us now! (844) 420-7277 

Or call our Local Office directly: Certified Medical Marijuana Doctors Offices

2.  Once you are certified by one of our Medical Marijuana Doctors, our team will help you order your marijuana card, and upload all required documents for you. We make it easy for Florida resident to visit a Florida dispensary the same day. 

One of the qualifying conditions in Florida is PTSD. If you suffer from chronic anxiety you may have PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Post Traumatic Stress is an anxiety disorder. Follow the link to take a PTSD risk assessment

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With offices located throughout Florida, Certified Marijuana Doctors will often get a new medical marijuana patient scheduled for their initial medical marijuana doctor visit the same day. Phone visits are also available!  Our cannabis clinics offer a team of highly knowledgeable cannabis card specialists to guide patients through the entire process.  You will notice that cannabis card and marijuana card are used interchangeably, just like cannabis doctor or marijuana doctor, or cannabis clinic or marijuana clinic. 

Upon approval, our doctors enter the patient into the Florida Department of Health Office of Medical Marijuana Use Registry, (OMMU).  The registry responds with a patient number for the patient, allowing the patient to order their card from the OMMU the same day. Our medical marijuana card specialists guide patients through the medical marijuana card ordering process. The registry is where the patient orders will be listed for the dispensaries to see what intake methods or products the patient has access to purchase.  We offer same day service so patients can go to the dispensaries the same day. Orders are entered for a wide range of intake methods, with both High THC and Low THC products.