You must have a qualifying medical condition defined by Louisiana law to receive a recommendation for medical marijuana. Continue reading as those qualifying conditions are listed below. Every doctor isn’t licensed to write a recommendation for medical cannabis. In fact, as of August 2019, less than 100 across the entire state of Louisiana were authorized. Only doctors with a special license from the Louisiana Board of Medical Examiners may give medical recommendations.
Your medical conditions may authorize you to receive treatment with medical cannabis, but your physician isn’t licensed to issue medical cannabis recommendations or he isn’t a supporter of medical cannabis and maybe you don’t feel comfortable talking to your physician about medical cannabis. If this is your concern, then contact us as we are licensed to evaluate you, provide a medical cannabis recommendation and to get you access to medical cannabis if you qualify. It can be used as a treatment for symptoms for a variety of medical conditions, including:
Severe muscle spasms, PTSD, chronic intractable pain, spasticity, glaucoma, Parkinson’s disease, Crohn’s Disease, cancer, epilepsy/seizure disorder, certain types of autism spectrum disorder, HIV/AIDS, multiple sclerosis, and Cachexia or wasting syndrome.