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Trinity ReLeaf was created to offer qualified patients an effective, safe alternative modality of treatment to help with their chronic symptoms.

Our mission is to provide thorough and compassionate care to all of our patients. We are committed to helping our patients navigate through the regulatory process in obtaining a medical marijuana card in the state of Florida.

More than 300,000 Floridians have qualified for a medical marijuana card since the state legalized its use for certain health conditions. However, getting a medical marijuana card in Florida can be difficult without the right resources. We can help. Below are a few common conditions that qualify for getting a medical marijuana card in Florida.

Common conditions that may qualify for medical marijuana in Florida

  • Anxiety
  • Arthritis
  • Cancer
  • Chronic back pain
  • Chronic muscle spasms
  • Chronic pain
  • Crohn's Disease
  • Epilepsy/Seizures
  • Insomnia
  • PTSD
  • Migraines
  • Neuropathy
  • Severe Nausea
  • And many more...


Frequently asked questions

What does the new 35 day smokable flower calculation mean?

The amount of flower you can purchase hasn’t changed. What has changed is the date that the 35 days is calculated from. Previously, it was calculated from the first day of your reccomendation.
It’s now calculated by looking at the previous 35 days on the date you are making a purchase. This is a rolling window, all purchases will fall outside of this window on the 36th day and will no longer be counted towards your smokable flower limit. Click in this link for more information.

How do I renew my medical card?

You must renew your application with the Medical Marijuana Use Registry directly.
You may view the step by step instructions here.

What is the difference between Medical Marijuana and recreational marijuana?

The main difference between medical and recreational cannabis really comes down to where you purchase it and how it was grown.
Medical cannabis is only available at dispensaries. It requires a certification and a recommendation from a physician. Medical marijuana products are highly regulated by the state of Florida. Furthermore, dispensaries are required by law to have an independent, third-party lab test their products to prove that they are free from mold, heavy metals and residual solvents. These labs also verify that the reported percentages of THC and CBD are accurate.
The quality and safety of marijuana products sold recreationally is completely unknown.
Recreational cannabis is illegal to purchase and possess in the state of Florida.

I have never smoked. Do I have to smoke medical marijuana?

NO! Inhaling the smoke from ANY burning plant is detrimental to your health. There are multiple other ways of getting medical marijuana into your system such as oral preparations (oils, edibles, tinctures, capsules) and topical routes such as creams, lotions, balms and patches. Vaping iinhaling aerosolized oil or using a dry herb vaporizer are other methods of administration that are effective and quick. While it’s generally accepted as being safer than smoking, to be fair, vaping has not been around very long, so there are no long-term studies on the safety of vaping.

Where do I get medical marijuana?

From a state-licensed dispensary. Think of a dispensary like a pharmacy, but they only deal with medical marijuana. Once you have obtained your Medical Marijuana Use Registry approval email, that can be used as a temporary ID card to gain access into a dispensary. There are multiple dispensaries in the area and more are popping up all the time. You can look under the “Dispensaries” tab on our website to find a list.

Will I get high using medical marijuana?

People using medical marijuana do not want to get “high”. They want relief from their symptoms. The physicians at Trinity ReLeaf are certified in making recommendations and are knowledgeable about how to use CBD and THC in combination to avoid the psychoactive effect or the “high”.

What is the difference between low-THC cannabis and medical marijuana?

“Low-THC cannabis” means any product made from a plant of the genus Cannabis, that contains 0.8% or less of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and more than 10% of cannabidiol (CBD). “Low- THC cannabis” has no psychoactive effect (no high).
For more information visit knowthefactsmmj.com

How do I submit my application to the Medical Marijuana Use Registry to get my card?

Unlike other clinics, Trinity ReLeaf will assist you with this. During your initial visit, we will submit the required documentation on your behalf, to complete your portion of the application, so that when you leave, all that is left to do is wait for the approval email from the Medical Marijuana Use Registry. Let us do the work for you!

Can I travel on an airplane with my medical marijuana?

It is not advised! Remember that marijuana (medical or recreational) is still a federally illegal drug. TSA, the Transportation Security Administration, is an agency of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security that has authority over the security of the traveling public in the United States. It is a federal agency and bound by federal laws.

Does Trinity ReLeaf require medical records for certification?

We strongly encourage patients to bring any relevant medical records with them or to have them sent to us prior to your first appointment. If a patient needs help obtaining medical records that show the diagnosis of a qualifying condition; they can sign the appropriate release for us to obtain those records.

If I have my medical marijuana card, can I grow my own marijuana?

No. Florida law does not allow medical marijuana patients to grow their own marijuana. Only licensed medical marijuana treatment centers can grow, process and dispense marijuana.

Can I use my medical card from another state to purchase medical marijuana in Florida?

No, this is called reciprocity and at this time, Florida does not offer it.

Can I use my Florida medical marijuana card in another state?

If you are traveling to another state in which medical marijuana is legal, you will need to contact that state regarding their laws on reciprocity.