In Florida, medical marijuana is available in several forms, including:
Smoking: Patients can smoke medical marijuana in the form of whole flower, ground flower, or pre-rolls.
Inhalation: Medical marijuana can be inhaled using a vaporizer or nebulizer.
Edibles: Medical marijuana can be infused into food or drinks, such as brownies, gummies, or teas.
Oils and tinctures: Medical marijuana can be consumed orally by placing drops of oil or tincture under the tongue.
The appropriate dosage and route of administration for medical marijuana will vary depending on the patient’s medical condition, symptoms, and overall health. The physician will work with the patient to determine the best dosage and method of administration for their individual needs.
It’s important to note that while medical marijuana can be an effective treatment for many conditions, it can also have side effects and interact with other medications. Patients should always follow their physician’s instructions regarding dosing and administration, and should report any side effects or concerns to their physician.