All patients in need of a safe, legal resource for the medical marijuana card evaluation receive a timely and simple medical assessment by appointment right at the Community Cannabis Center in Delray Beach, FL.
The Community Cannabis Center features Dr. Mitchell Davis as their onsite physician. Even those interested in cannabis-based medical treatment who do not yet have their medical marijuana card are welcome and supported at the facility 7 days a week.
Once patients receive their prescription medical marijuana cards in Palm Beach County, they can rest assured they have access to the best values in high-quality CBD and THC medicinal treatments at the Community Cannabis Center.
With the help of Steve Bate, a fellow expert in medical cannabis, Dr. Mitchell Davis stocks only the highest in quality and most effective oils, tinctures, and other assorted hemp and marijuana products for those in need of medical marijuana referrals.
With their combined medical expertise, Mr. Bate and Dr. Davis have established a high quality line of medicinal treatments to include the most CBD-rich oils as well as the most therapeutic in low-THC products.
Once a patient has received his or her medical marijuana card from Dr. Davis at the Community Cannabis Center, the patient will learn more about and have access to a special in-development product similar to Rick Simpson Oil, one of the most renowned and exceptional-quality medical cannabis products currently on the market. Rick Simpson and many users of Rick Simpson oil claim this particular product was the key for halting and, in essence, “curing” their cancer. While this may seem a bold claim, the results have been telling for patients struggling with many different types of cancer to include the results obtained by Community Cannabis Center co-founder, Steve Bate.
Dr. Davis is well-informed on every step of the process when it comes to prescribing medical marijuana cards per the guidelines of the Florida Compassionate Use program.
There is no need to worry about the seemingly intimidating task of receiving a valid prescription for medical cannabis. Dr. Davis has helped thousands of people navigate the maze of applying for legal medicinal marijuana.
The background of the Florida Compassionate Use program, which has been a work-in-progress since 2014, provides a good foundation for those concerned about the legality of cannabis use for medicinal purposes.
At the time when the Compassionate Use Act was established, a particular, low-THC cannabis strain known as Charlotte’s Web was permissible for medical use with a prescription from a physician for patients with cancer or epilepsy. Updated just two years ago, an amendment known as the Right to Try Act made cannabis medications at full THC potency legal in order to treat terminal medical conditions. On November 8, 2016, the Florida Medical Marijuana Legalization made yet another update to the Florida Compassionate Use program to expand the conditions for patients who could benefit from medical marijuana.
Last year, on June 9th, the latest in updates for further expansion to a wider variety of medical conditions were made to the program viaSB 8A and SB 6A which were added to Article X, section 29.
Qualifying conditions for obtaining a medical marijuana card in accordance with the Florida Compassionate Use program include:
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease)
- Crohn’s disease
- Chronic muscle spasms
- Multiple sclerosis
- Parkinson’s disease
- Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Even if none of these conditions may apply, one may still be eligible to legally use cannabis medicinally.
The laws regarding medical marijuana in the state of Florida provide a fair amount of flexibility for a qualified doctor to determine if medical marijuana may be an appropriate course of treatment for a specific medical issue. Dr. Davis has experience prescribing medical marijuana on a case-by-case basis depending on the individual’s physiological needs and chance of benefiting from cannabis supplementation.
Once a patient has obtained copies of their medical records and proof of residence in Florida, Dr. Mitchell Davis of the Community Cannabis Center (CCC) in Delray Beach is able to chaperone patients from start to finish of the process of obtaining legal medical marijuana cards and safe medical marijuana referrals.
Dr. Davis is knowledgeable of the vast potential of using medical marijuana to treat not only physical maladies, but, also mental illnesses or mood disorders. Initial studies have found widespread short and long-term benefits for those suffering from anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, and even schizophrenia.
Patients may contact the CCC to make an appointment online at https://communitycannabiscenter.com/#contact-and-location. The CCC is located at 5341 West Atlantic Ave, Ste. 306, Delray Beach, FL 33484. Call (561) 270-4040 or send an e-mail to [email protected] for more information.
When looking for doctors who are able to prescribe medical marijuana in Delray Beach, look no further than Dr. Mitchell Davis and the Community Cannabis Center for all your medical marijuana card treatment and information.
Disclaimer: Community Cannabis Center in Delray Beach follows all laws of the State of Florida and is not a dispensary.