Medical consultation, evaluation, and supervision of cannabis use for the treatment of approved medical conditions.
Cannabis has been clearly shown to have important and powerful medicinal properties and is a useful treatment for many types of illnesses and conditions in part from the anti-inflammatory properties of the CBD’s associated with this medicine. It is a naturally occurring product with minimal side effects that may be used in many ways and forms.
Michael Bedecs, D.O. provides private consultation, medical review and advice to patients regarding the medicinal use of Cannabis. And to qualifying clients, he provides a state certificate to purchase marijuana from assigned state dispensaries, private licensed caregivers as well as be allowed to legally grow up to six plants for their own use. Patients must be re-certified on a yearly basis.
The following are Maine Marijuana Approved conditions:
NOTE: the qualifying conditions continue to change and broaden. Ask us if your condition qualifies.
- Documented Intractable pain (pain that has not responded to ordinary or surgical measures for more than 6 months)
- HIV or AIDS
- Hepatitis C
- ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease)
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Crohn’s disease
- Ulcerative Colitis
- Severe nausea
- Severe and persistent muscle spasms
- Cachexia or wasting syndrome
- Nail patella syndrome
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
With the exception of PTSD, Maine law does not currently consider other mental conditions specifically, anxiety, depression, and insomnia as qualifying conditions
The following are Florida Marijuana Approved conditions
Who can use Low-THC and Medical Cannabis?
- Under the Charlotte’s Web Law, patients who suffer from seizures, severe and persistent muscle spasms, pain, nausea, loss of appetite due to cancer or epilepsy.
- Terminally ill patients under the “Right to Try” Act.
Requirements for receiving Medical Marijuana certification with our office:
- Driver’s License or state-issued ID
- Copies of appropriate up to date medical records documenting your medical condition
After meeting with our physician for verification of documented medical conditions and completing the necessary paperwork we provide the patient with a state-issued form. This form is printed on tamper-proof paper, signed by the physician and certifies that the patient can legally possess and use marijuana within the current applicable laws and regulations. The certification form must be presented to law enforcement (with valid ID) upon request.