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Medical Marijuana Frequently Asked Questions

This should answer the most common questions. If you have any other concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us.

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What do I need to Obtain a Fl Medical Marijuana license?

A: Simple, please have:

  1. Proof of residency (up to date FL license will allow for same day approval) if you are a seasonal resident, you will need proof of living in FL at least half of the year.
  2. Active email address
  3. $77.75 for the state license fee
  4. If possible, please bring documentation of condition.



Q: Okay, I have all that, what’s next?


A: Schedule an appointment from our homepage.  Please select: New patient, Follow-up patient, or Transfer patient. Someone will reach out to confirm your appointment within 1 business day.


Q: Do I need to bring medical records of my condition with me?


A: If you have them, yes, please bring them with you.


Q: What do I need to bring with me to my appointment?

A: Please bring valid up to date driver’s license, medical records if you have them.

 If you are a follow up or transfer patient please bring your Medical Marijuana License with you as well.


Q: Can I pay for my appointment with a card or does it have to be cash?

A: For the office visit you can pay with cash or card. For the state fee you are going to need to use a credit or debit card.


Q: Okay I’ve had an appointment, what’s next?


A: At your appointment, we verified your email with you. The Medical Marijuana Use Registry will send you a temporary password through your email to sign you in.


Q: I didn’t receive an email, what do I do?


A: Please go to the Medical Marijuana Use website ( and click “Forgot Password” on the login page. Enter in your email address and click “Submit.” If the website says email not found- contact us! Otherwise, please check your email for the temporary password.


Q: I received the email and signed in, what’s next?


A: After you have changed your password as per the state’s DOH rules, you will go to the “Your Card” tab. There, you will:

  1. Upload photo and proof of residency (If you have a FL license it will connect to the FL Highway Safety of Motor Vehicle office and pull this information for you, if you are a seasonal resident you will need to provide a digital passport photo for the photo requirement and your documents for proof of residency.)
  2. Sign your application
  3. Pay the $75 state fee (+$2.75 for card processing)

More detailed directions were given to you in your New Patient folder  and the link to the state’s instructional guides is



Q: I’ve finished the registration process; can I go to the dispensary yet?

A: For patients with FL drivers license it should be active immediately for seasonal resident it will take 5-10 business days for the electronic approval.

 Hard copy cards can take 1-2 weeks to get to you after the electronic approval- you are able to use your driver’s license when you go into the dispensaries and they can pull you up in the system.


Q: Okay, now what exactly comes in an order?

A: Great question! At our facility, we understand that there is currently no scientific evidence behind the dosing of a patient. When we issue an order, we issue them for 28,000 milligrams for each of the six delivery routes (Inhalation, Oral, Edibles, Sublingual, Topical, and Suppository) per seventy (70) day period. For Medical Marijuana whole flower, we issue the state maximum amount of 2.5 ounces (70.87grams) per thirty-five (35) day period. The very high amounts makes it unlikely to run out of milligrams, allowing you to keep making purchases. Sample 210 day (7 Month) breakdown below:

Smokable Six 35 day recommendations

2.5 ounces

Inhalation Three 70 day recommendations


Edibles Three 70 day recommendations


Oral Three 70 day recommendations


Topical Three 70 day recommendations


Sublingual Three 70 day recommendations


Suppository Three 70 day recommendations


Q: Why do I get 28,000 milligrams?

A: A medical marijuana recommendation is not a prescription. There is no scientific data regarding specific dosing. Given its proven safety and the fact that we are trying to help people avoid deadly medications like opioids and benzodiazepines we are providing you with a substantially above average dose per day. Please start low and slowly increase your dose to avoid adverse reaction. if you have any type of adverse reaction please stop and come see Dr Pulido immediately.



Q: My recommendations/orders  expired! Do I need to come in to see the doctor?

A: you can schedule an appointment to come in or give us a call at 904-586-0041 and we can assist you.



Q: My card is expiring soon! What do I do?

A: 45 days before the expiration of your card, access to renewing your card opens on your account. You will complete the same process you did for your initial application on the states website

Q: Am I allowed to get medical marijuana and own a gun in Florida?

A: This can get complicated but to sum it up: If you are a medical marijuana patient and try to buy a gun at a dealer, you will have to fill out a Firearms Transaction Record and question 11e on that form asks if you are currently an unlawful user of controlled substances with a warning that even state-legal medical marijuana is illegal under federal law and counts in this instance.

When this question is marked yes, the application is automatically denied. So you will be unable to purchase a gun from a dealer. The medical marijuana law itself does not mention guns at all. Guns you already own & medical marijuana are not addressed anywhere.

Getting a concealed weapons permit & medical marijuana is not addressed anywhere, however, Florida elected officials have stated on the record that you can have both and one does not affect the other. You can still purchase guns in a private sale as there is no Firearm Transaction Record form. As far as we can tell, to legally buy a new gun from a dealer a current medical marijuana patient would need to let their card expire, buy the gun, and then renew their card. Please note this is not proper legal advice and you should consult with a lawyer if you have further questions.


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