Everything YOU Need to Know About Cannabis Usage for Medical Treatment

There are many people who have often considered cannabis usage for medical treatment. 

If you have pain, it is understandable why you would do so, because it is often said that the usage of cannabis for medical treatment can alleviate pain, nausea, and other symptoms. 

There are things you need to know before you embark on the journey of using cannabis as your form of medical treatment. 

Is medical cannabis legal in the state of Texas?

Medical cannabis IS legal in the state of Texas, only for certain medical conditions. 

To obtain a medical cannabis prescription, you must first be diagnosed with a qualifying condition as per the State. 

What are the qualifying conditions? 

In Texas, here is the different prognoses that cannabis can be prescribed for: 

-        PTSD

-        Spasticity

-        Cerebral palsy

-        Multiple sclerosis 

-        Cancer

-        Parkinson’s disease 

-        Autism 

-        Epilepsy

-        ALS

-        Seizure disorders

-        Other incurable neurodegenerative diseases

For a list of qualifying conditions for other states, click here.

If YOU have a qualifying condition, here are the following steps you NEED to take to start cannabis usage for YOUR medical treatment. 

Step 1: Get a WRITTEN diagnosis from a physician. 

Step 2: Get a Prescription from a CERTIFIED doctor 

Step 3: Get your prescription filled from an approved dispensary 

To see a certified doctor, you must FIRST be diagnosed. The certified doctor will NOT be diagnosing you on your visit.  

Make sure your physician gives you a written diagnosis. 

Then, BOOK your appointment with a certified Doctor who can sign off on your license and prescription to medical cannabis. 

If you are in the state of Texas, Pennsylvania, or Louisiana, one of our certified Doctors is certified and licensed to prescribe YOU medical cannabis as a form of treatment. 

They can see you in person at our office in Sugar Land, Texas, or online via Telehealth for YOUR convenience. 

If you’ve already gotten your diagnosis, call (281) 240-2211 to book your appointment with one of our doctors right NOW. 

Unless you are still wondering one more thing: does it work?

Hundreds of people swear by cannabis usage for medical treatment. They say it assuages their pain, relieves anxiety, nausea, stress and much more. 

Many doctors are recommending it to their cancer patients, and other serious approved diagnosis cases, because they know: it DOES work. 

How do you take it?

You can take it by: 

- Eating it: edibles. 

- Smoking it: pipe, some type of wrap. 

- Vaping it 

- Applying it to your skin in a spray, lotion, oil, or kind of cream. 

Many people who are not comfortable smoking marijuana find that they would much rather eat it in a gummy bear or some other delicious snack. 

It is normal to wonder about any possible Side Effects to the usage of cannabis in medical treatment. 

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POSSIBLE side effects (because everyone is different) could include: 

-        Dizziness

-        Red eyes

-        Increased heart rate 

-        Low blood pressure 

If your doctor has recommended that you use cannabis in YOUR medical treatment, your first step NOW needs to be to call (281) 240-2211 and book your appointment with one of our doctors. 

It will be easy to meet over Telehealth or even in our office if you are in the area. 

Have your diagnosis ready and prepare for an average length meeting, about 45 minutes to an hour. 

At the end of your appointment, you will be ready to begin cannabis usage for your medical treatment. 

You are in TERRIFIC hands with our certified doctors, they will write your prescription and get the ball rolling for you to receive your medical marijuana prescription. 

THEN, once you have your medical marijuana prescription, you will need to contact an approved dispensary to get your medicine. 

You can find the dispensaries near you by googling “dispensaries near me” and a list of the closest dispensary to you should pop right up. 

This will vary depending on the state you are in. 

If you have a qualifying condition, it’ll be great that you are taking this VITAL step to feeling better. 

It all starts by calling (281) 240-2211 to book your appointment.