Yes! The Compassionate Use Program of Texas has helped thousands of patients seeking natural relief since 2015. All Texas 420 Doctors physicians are board-certified and in active standing with the CURT program.
Patients with qualifying conditions. As per Texas state law as of June 2021, qualifying conditions include PTSD, cancer, epilepsy, autism, ALS, multiple sclerosis, neuropathy, spasticity, dementia, Parkinson’s, seizure disorders, and any incurable neurodegenerative disease.
Fill out a short form and discover your eligibility in less than 30 seconds. Afterward, you may book an online appointment with one of our board-certified physicians. Once they confirm your eligibility, you will receive your approval letter to buy medical cannabis from your local dispensary.
Only a board-certified physician who has registered with the CURT (Compassionate Use Registry of Texas) can prescribe or recommend medical cannabis in the state of Texas.
Chronic, non-malignant pain is not yet a qualifying condition. However, contact our team if you’d like to join our waiting list for approval as soon as it becomes a qualifying condition! While you wait, you may also purchase legal cannabis products from our online store.
After you receive your medical cannabis license, you may purchase cannabis from any Texas dispensary. All dispensaries provide statewide delivery services. Designated pickup locations are also available with select dispensaries.
Our services are priced at $299 per year. This covers the cost of an open prescription, valid for the whole year, plus the initial and follow-up consultations with your doctor. You’ll also enjoy 10% off our supplementary, non-prescription cannabis products and access to our comprehensive Cannabis 101 Guide.
Your open prescription is valid for a year and provides access to all types and dosages of cannabis. You’ll receive a Letter of Approval from your physician, which is a legally valid document that you can show if you’re ever confronted by law enforcement.
The Department of Public Safety does not currently issue medical cards. After your evaluation, if you qualify, our office will provide you with a signed approval letter from your physician to present to any member of law enforcement. This approval letter gives you lawful protection while using your medicine.
Yes. You can own a gun and be a medical cannabis patient. Being a medical cannabis patient in Texas does not mean you lose your right to bear arms.
Yes and no. TSA has publicly confirmed that they are not searching for your cannabis or medication. However, it is always best to check with your airline and associated state of travel for respective laws before traveling. Marijuana is still federally illegal, and it is a federal crime to transport it across state lines.
Limited routes of administration can be accessed. Legally operating dispensaries currently offer edible and oral routes but continuously release new medication and products. We also provide supplemental Delta-8 and CBD products to assist you in getting the most effective treatment.
No, insurance doesn’t currently cover medical marijuana. However, our services are affordably priced at $299/year, which includes an open prescription, initial and follow-up consultations with a board-certified physician, and many more benefits.
The difference between medical marijuana and Delta-8 THC is the amount of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) they both contain. THC is the psychoactive substance in cannabis plants. Medical marijuana products are derived from the marijuana plant, which contains 0.3% or more THC, and which you need a prescription to purchase. Delta-8 is typically sourced from hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD), which contains less than 0.3% THC, and can be bought without a prescription. Marijuana and hemp are both different species of the Cannabis sativa plant.
At Texas 420 Doctors, we offer a range of hemp-derived Delta-8 and CBD products that you may purchase without a prescription.
Medical marijuana and CBD are both derivatives of the cannabis plant. Medical marijuana products contain a higher amount of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) than CBD products, which contain little to no THC. THC is the psychoactive substance found in cannabis that creates a “high.” You need a doctor’s prescription to buy medical marijuana, while hemp-derived CBD products can typically be bought over the counter. We offer a range of non-prescription CBD products that you can incorporate into your daily routine.
When you book an online appointment with us for your medical marijuana license, your consulting physician will counsel you on the type of medical cannabis products best suited for your circumstances. The yearly price of our service also includes ongoing support and follow-ups with your physician for a whole year.
Whether you’re a current patient or have questions about eligibility, our friendly and experienced staff is happy to assist you. You can call us at 833-420-1710 or write to us at email@example.com, and we’ll get back to you promptly. You can also book an appointment with a physician to get your medical cannabis license and have your medical queries answered directly.