Last November, Florida voters overwhelmingly voted to allow medical marijuana to be available in their state. As most of us know, marijuana is a completely safe, organic plant that has been scientifically proven to have medicinal value in treating a number of conditions.
The US Government has recently admitted that Cannabinoids may be useful in treating the side effects of cancer and in cancer treatment as well as cannabis may relieve pain and lower inflammation. These admission show that marijuana should not be considered a schedule 1 narcotic under US law. A schedule 1 narcotic, by law, is defined as having no currently accepted medical use. As we can all see, marijuana does have an acceptable medical use, so it should no longer be a classified a schedule 1 narcotic.
Cocaine is currently a schedule 2 narcotic, and as such can be legally prescribed anywhere in the United States. It is mostly used in eye surgery to dilate eyes, and as a topical anesthetic. However, cocaine is still illegal for recreational use.
At the very least, Marijuana should also be reduced to a schedule 2 narcotic. Over half the states in the US have now passed laws legalizing the medicinal use of marijuana against federal guidelines. This leaves the states at odds with the feds, and calls of “states rights” echoing in the streets again.
Fortunately, in states that have legalized medicinal marijuana, if you have a medical marijuana card, you can legally posses and use marijuana. Local law enforcement will not harass you for it. Federal law enforcement still could, but it is unlikely that federal law enforcement will harass a regular person using medical marijuana to treat a medical condition. They will be more interested in growers and retailers, if anything.
How Do I Get My Florida Medical Marijuana Card?
If you have a condition that you believe Florida medical marijuana can be useful in treating, you may be wondering how you can get a Florida Medical Marijuana Card. Well lucky for you, Dr Greg Sonn and Iona Cannabis Clinic is hosting an educational seminar for those interested in obtaining their Florida Medical Cannabis Card, on Wednesday July 26th from 6:00 to 9:00 pm at the Crown Plaza in the Bell Tower center in Fort Myers.
There will be staff on hand to help you through each step of the process, including taking the photo you will need to submit to the Florida Department of Health.
Tickets are available for $30 before July 25th, and after that tickets will be $45 at the door. If you are in need of a prescription for Florida medical marijuana, this is an event that you need to attend. So head on down to Ft Myers Florida July 26th and spend the day getting the information, and help you need in a safe environment with like minded people. It will be well worth your time.
People deserve safe access to organic medicines that can help their conditions. Iona Cannabis Clinic’s event will help you do just that.