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After being recommended by one of our Texas Doctors the next step is to enroll in the Texas Amendment Card Registry Program. The process is simple. We assist you with expediting your state application for the quickest approval.
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Miracle Leaf Texas
Miracle Leaf is a premier medical cannabis health center for Texas residents in search of alternative pathways to healthier living. We vow to assist our patients throughout the entire process; from the moment a patient books an online appointment with our telehealth system to the moment they receive their certifications for medical cannabis.
Our state-certified cannabis doctors work effortlessly to ensure our patients live happier and healthier lives. Schedule an appointment online for more information about getting certified for a medical cannabis treatment plan.
Dr. Wilkins MD - Family Medicine
Dr. Wilkins is a Family Practice Specialist in Texas. She graduated with honors in 2015. Having more than 4 years of diverse experiences, especially in FAMILY PRACTICE.
Qualifying Conditions for a Medical Card
Qualifying medical conditions for medical card under the Texas state law that are eligible for a medical recommendation in Texas are:
- Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
- Cancer (Terminal)
- Incurable Neurodegenerative Diseases
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
- Seizure Disorder
The Texas Legislature on June 11, 2015, passed the Texas Compassionate Use Act, or SB 339, authorizing organizations to cultivate, process, and dispense low-THC cannabis to qualifying patients. Individuals with intractable epilepsy and registered caregivers acting on their behalf could now purchase cannabis for medical use. It also legalized the use of low-THC, high-CBD cannabis for sale and patient use to treat intractable epilepsy, although the first medical cannabis sale did not take place until Feb. 1, 2018. Low-THC cannabis is defined in Texas as containing not more than 0.5% by weight of THC. Only patients who are permanent residents of Texas can be registered to the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT). The law specifically prohibits ingesting low-THC cannabis by smoking. Furthermore, possession of flower cannabis or cannabis with more than 0.5% THC by weight has not yet been decriminalized, and can still result in serious criminal penalties. On June 14, 2019, Republican Gov. Greg Abbott signed HB 3703, which expanded the qualifying conditions for medical marijuana use and eliminated the need for a second physician’s opinion. However, the bill did not amend the language “prescribe” and “prescription,” which may be used only with FDA-approved substances.