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Sun Times Feature Story


Sun Times Issue 06.20.2019

Miracle Leaf

Health Center

Of Hallandale

Has Arrived


If You Are Seeking Relief and A Better Quality of Life, It Has Arrived!

It is easily one of the most discussed topics we have.

Medical Marijuana. The mention of it conjures up feelings, some strong and emotional, while others fully understand what’s behind the passage of the bill and what positives it has on so many patients - globally.

Ever since Florida voters passed the use of medical marijuana for patients who were looking for a better quality of life, it has taken off in a major way. In actuality, it should take off. If knowledge was king and the real principles of what it does for so many was truly understood, this would indeed be a better place to live.

While it has not been accepted by the “traditional medical community” - and still is viewed by many as a pure “waste of time” - that his where the disconnect is often made and the loss of the factual and physical information in support of how it positively aids in the quality of life for many patients with life-altering ailments.

What this is all about - is not groundbreaking at all. For those who turn their cheek in a direction other than to learn and fully grasp the properties that marijuana possesses, it is unfortunate - because it is essential, for any physician to exhaust any and all “remedies” that would result in a better quality of life for their patients. NOBODY understands that better than Miracle Leaf Health Centers. What this company stands for is keeping up with what works.

With thousands of patients looking for relief from so many ailments, Medical Marijuana has proven to be effective in the overall treatment.

Miracle Leaf is a premier medical cannabis health center, for south Florida residents, in search of alternative pathways to healthier living. They vow to assist their patients throughout the entire process; from the moment a patient walks through their clinic doors to the moment they receive their certifications for medical cannabis.

Their state-certified cannabis doctors work effortlessly to ensure their patients live happier and healthier lives.

Located in Hallandale Beach, Miracle Leaf Health Center is part of the entire process. There are many locations, but the Hallandale Beach location is the most convenient. After being recommended by one of their south Florida Marijuana Doctors, the next step is to enroll in the Florida Marijuana Card Registry Program. The process is simple. They will assist you with expediting your state application for the quickest approval.

If you are interested in finding out more - the official GRAND OPENING will be June 29 from 12-6 p.m. - which will introduce their team to the many communities.

To obtain your Florida Medical Marijuana Card, you must first be evaluated and recommended by a licensed and qualified doctor In south Florida.

Patients holding a valid Florida Medical Marijuana Card will be able to legally obtain their medical marijuana at licensed dispensaries. Card holding patients are legally able to possess and use medical marijuana in Florida.

In recent years, scientific studies of marijuana have shown promising results in the treatment of a variety of ailments and illnesses, by helping to alleviate symptoms.

QUALIFYING CONDITIONS
If you suffer from Insomnia, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscle Spasms, Nausea, Neuropathy, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Radiation Therapy Side Effects, Seizures, ALS, Anxiety, Arthritis, Cancer, Chemotherapy Side Effect, Chronic Pain, Crohn’s Disease, Depression, Glaucoma, Hepatitis C, HIV-AIDS, Migraine Headaches and others, you may qualify.

Even if your ailment does not appear on the list, patients can still be certified for medical marijuana for any ailment/ condition of the same severity/ symptoms, when determined by a physician’s opinion that the medical use of marijuana would surpass any potential health risks.

Being educated on the entire process, you will find that cannabinoids - the active chemicals in medical marijuana - are similar to chemicals the body makes that are involved in appetite, memory, movement, and pain.

Medical marijuana comes in many forms - such as smoking it, inhaling it through a device called a vaporizer that turns it into a mist - as well as eating it in.

Florida Medical Marijuana Laws Explained

Amendment 2 was approved in a general election in 2016, legalizing the use of medical marijuana in non-smoking forms. Prior to this approval, medical marijuana was available in Florida but limited to terminally ill patients with less than five years to live. The 2016 vote made medical marijuana more accessible to other patients including those+ with non-terminal cancer, gastrointestinal diseases, HIV/AIDS, epilepsy and seizure disorders, and certain mental health conditions. As of May 25, 2019, the ban on smoking medicinal cannabis was lifted under the belief that the benefits outweigh the risks.

Under Florida law, medical marijuana is available to qualifying patients under the care of a registered medical cannabis doctor. Registered physicians may only provide three 70-day prescriptions per patient. If you have a medical marijuana card in south Florida, you can legally possess up to 4 ounces of marijuana obtained from any state licensed and regulated dispensary. Home cultivation of medical marijuana is prohibited.

Certified caregivers may obtain medical marijuana for a patient that has a prescription. However, the caregiver must be registered with the Department of Health and obtain the required identification. They may also be limited in the number of patients they may care for.


Miracle Leaf Health Centers
600 West Hallandale Beach Blvd. - Unit #5
Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
954-589-0159
miracleleaffl.com/hallandale/
Hallandale@miracleleaffl.com
Monday – Saturday: 10am – 8pm
Sunday: closed


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