No. Patients in Texas are not permitted to grow their own cannabis. While some other states allow the cultivation of plants by patients, Texas does not. In Texas, you must buy your low dose THC cannabis products from a licensed state dispensary.
No. Medical cannabis products are only available to licensed patients and is only legally obtained through a licensed state dispensary. If a patient is a minor or incapacitated, then a guardian or designated caretaker can pick up the cannabis from the dispensary for the patient.
No. The State of Texas only allows dispensaries to make tinctures, pills and sprays of cannabis products at this time. There are very high quality standards that the dispensaries have to abide by to produce medicinal grade CBD and THC for the residents of Texas. State law prohibits the dispensaries from providing cannabis in a dry leaf form that could be used for smoking.
No. If our physician certifies you into the Compassionate Use Program (CUP), you will have access to CBD/THC products with (or without) the natural occurring terpenes that are not allowed to be sold in any stores in Texas. The products coming from the CUP are recommended by the physician at the correct milligrams per body weight as previously studied. The high quality standards of the dispensaries will not allow pesticides or chemicals to be present in the medicine. Each dispensary must grow, harvest, process and package all the medicine.
No. You only need a unique 5 digit PIN that was created at your physician visit and proof of ID to pick up your medicine at the dispensary.