Emed Multispecialty Group was started by Dr. Pulido 10 years ago and has grown by leaps and bounds. In 2018, Affordable Marijuana License – a division of Emed – gave its first medical marijuana recommendation and established itself as one of the largest MMJ offices in Florida.
“As a doctor and a father, it pains me deeply whenever someone is denied medical care. Those suffering from chronic conditions like ALS, Parkinson’s, HIV, Glaucoma, Cancer, PTSD, and Epilepsy are among the most financially vulnerable and in some cases are being left behind, which is unacceptable. I’ve resolved to do everything I can to stop that, and providing affordable convenient relief with this program is only our first step. Everyone in our community deserves proper care.”
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Terpenes are highly aromatic compounds that determine the smell of many plants and herbs, such as rosemary and lavender, as well as some animals. Terpenes are responsible for the aroma and flavors of cannabis, and influence its effects by interacting with cannabinoids. Terpenes are formed inside cannabis trichomes, and their relative presence is directly affected by both the spectrum and intensity of light exposure.
Floridians may use their medical marijuana card in some other states under certain guidelines. Currently, 33 U.S. states will accept a patient’s out-of-state marijuana card. A Florida medical marijuana patient can possess medical marijuana in the following states without prosecution as long as they follow the state laws:
Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Washington, and Washington D.C.
Los floridanos pueden usar su tarjeta de marihuana medicinal en algunos otros estados bajo ciertas pautas. Actualmente, 33 estados de Estados Unidos aceptarán la tarjeta de marihuana de un paciente fuera del estado. Un paciente de marihuana medicinal de Florida puede poseer marihuana medicinal en los siguientes estados sin procesamiento mientras siga las leyes estatales:
Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Hawái, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Oregón, Pensilvania, Rhode Island, Washington y Washington D.C.