• It’s very simple with Floweret MD and its network of medical cannabis physicians. First, if you are a permanent Texas resident, click the “Get Started” link to make an appointment as early as today. Meet with the physician who will verify your medical conditions. If you qualify, your doctor will enter you into the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas. You will be able to order your medical cannabis in person, online, or by phone with a state-approved dispensary. If you do not qualify, then you will not be charged.
  • Our network of medical cannabis specialists can also provide prescriptions to patients in the following states: California, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island. Use the chatbox or Get Started link to begin the process.
  • The laws vary in each state. In Texas, the following conditions qualify: ALS, Alzheimer’s Disease, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Chronic Traumatic Brain Encephalopathy, Epilepsy and other Seizure disorders, Huntington’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Parkinson’s Disease, Peripheral Neuropathies, Muscle Spasms, Spasticity, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Terminal Cancer and Incurable Neurodegenerative Diseases. Click for a full list of Incurable Neurodegenerative Diseases.
  • Through Floweret MD, new patient appointments in Texas cost only $150. Other state appointments may differ due to the unique aspect of each state’s program. Use the chatbox for specific costs.
  • Absolutely! It’s just that simple. Use the “Get Started” link to begin the process and see a medical cannabis physician as early as today.
  • At this time, insurance does not cover the use of medical marijuana in Texas. Therefore, you will pay out of pocket for your doctor’s appointment by credit card or debit card. If approved, ask your dispensary about any options to pay for your medical cannabis medication with your FSA or HSA account.
  • You will contact one of Texas’ dispensing organizations to fill the prescription by walk-in or door-to-door delivery.
  • The cannabis plant contains over 100 different natural cannabinoids. CBD and THC are the two most common cannabinoids in the marijuana plant and are found in most marijuana and hemp products sold. CBD and THC have the same chemical formula, but their structure is slightly different, giving way to their unique properties. Although both support key biological operations and provide a natural path to wellness, increased quantities of THC are responsible for the psychoactive or high effect people associate with marijuana. At the same time, CBD typically does not have psychoactive properties.
  • Both hemp and marijuana are cannabis sativa plants. Cannabis sativa plants with only 0.2%-0.3% THC are classified as hemp, whereas cannabis sativa plants containing high THC levels are referred to as marijuana. Because of the higher levels of CBD found in hemp, hemp is used to make many commercial CBD products. In contrast, marijuana’s high levels of THC have lead to its use in medical cannabis programs.
  • Smoking marijuana is excluded from use through the Compassionate Use Act of Texas.
  • The Texas Health and Safety Code exempts patients and their legal guardians from state laws that prohibit the possession of marijuana if the patient has a valid prescription in the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas and the product is purchased from a licensed dispensing organization in TX.
  • Patients cannot grow their own marijuana in Texas. Only three dispensaries hold a license to cultivate marijuana in Texas. Additionally, they can only grow marijuana for the production of low-THC products.
  • Unfortunately, the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas does not allow out-of-state medical cannabis prescriptions to be filled in Texas.
  • You may not legally travel across state lines while possessing medical cannabis. Despite several states operating lawful medical marijuana and recreational marijuana programs, marijuana continues to be classified as a Schedule I drug at the federal level. Therefore, you may not legally travel from state to state with marijuana.
  • There are no limitations on the age for medical cannabis patients in Texas. However, a patient under the age of 18 will require a legal guardian.
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