Our medical marijuana Texas cannabis clinic was established to provide quality treatment with compassion and convenience. Our mission is to be the best provider for access to medical marijuana in Texas as a complimentary and alternative way of healing through the Texas State Compassionate Use Program. We help navigate the path from a qualifying diagnosis to a treatment plan and to a Texas dispensary.
We offer a relationship with a physician to address illnesses and injuries. Our medical team will guide you through your options to make sure that you are comfortable with your treatment plan. Our professional, licensed "marijuana doctors" are the best around and are happy to serve in a local cannabis clinic to help patients with legitimate needs.
In order to provide our patients with the highest level of care, our goal is to create a treatment plan that will best suit your need using the latest studies and research available pertaining to cannabis.
When you request an appointment our team will reach out to you and request your medical records. Once your medical records have been received and reviewed for a qualifying condition we will offer an appointment with our physician.
Either online or in person you will meet with our physician. Based on your symptoms we will generate a treatment plan specific to your needs and a follow up appointment will be made.
A unique 5 digit PIN will be given to you to give to the dispensary.
Contact one of the three dispensaries in Texas to fill your medicine.
Texas initially opened the Compassionate Use Program to Texas residents with seizure disorders and epilepsy in 2015. Over the years, scientific studies increased the evidence on these conditions and symptoms treated with cannabinoids. In 2019, Texas expanded the list of conditions eligible through the Compassionate Use Program. We work with patients to use medical marijuana as a complimentary treatment for these qualifying conditions.
Cannabis is used to treat pain, anxiety, insomnia, loss of appetite and nausea related to terminal cancer. There is growing evidence that activation of the CB1 and CB2 receptors play important roles in the pathways that control cell growth and regulation. At the Texas Cannabis Clinic, we will continue to monitor studies and offer treatments as the evidence becomes available. We are not just "marijuana doctors" but rather a science based healthcare provider. Evidence based treatment for cancer related symptoms is usually provided in a 1:1 CBD/THC ratio tincture.
Muscle spasticity is when muscles become stiff, tighten up and resist stretching. Patients with damage to their brain and nerves can develop muscle spasticity and eventually these muscle contractions can cause severe pain, discomfort, and/or deformity.
Muscle spasticity can come from a very large range of underlying conditions including multiple sclerosis, Charcot-Marie-Tooth, stroke and many other conditions. Treatment for muscle spasticity related symptoms are usually provided in a 3:1 CBD/THC ratio tincture.
Medical marijuana Texas laws allow is to treat an array of symptoms that come with autism. Common symptoms such as aggression, self injury, hyperactivity, insomnia and anxiety have been shown to be improved with cannabinoids. A recent study showed an overall improvement of these symptoms in 75% of autistic children treated with a 20:1 ratio of CBD/THC.
Cannabinoids are used to treat pain, muscles spasms, and appetite loss that comes from this disease.
Medical marijuana cannabis contains antispasmodic qualities which have shown to be an effective treatment for some seizures. Cannabis oils that are rich in CBD are the preferred method for treatment. The tincture ratio of 20:1 CBD/THC is what usually works the best for these conditions.
According to medical marijuana Texas law, patients who suffer from debilitating neurological conditions such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease are also eligible to enroll in the Compassionate Use Program. Common symptoms that cannabis can be used for are pain, muscles spasticity, tremors, insomnia, appetite loss and aggressive behaviors related to neurodegenerative diseases. A list of approved conditions that can be found below.
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