Frequently Asked Questions

The Flowery is a family owned & operated company built on the principle of “farm to table medicine.” Our product is grown in an environmentally-controlled 100% indoor facility and cared for by hand from seed to sale.
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Southeast
Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Brevard, Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin
Monday – Friday

Northeast
Duval, Clay, Putnam, St. Johns, Flagler, Volusia, Nassau
Monday & Wednesday

Central
Seminole, Orange, Osceola, Lake
Monday & Wednesday

West Coast
Hernando, Pasco, Pinellas, Hillsborough, Manatee, Polk, Sarasota, Charlotte, Lee, Collier
Tuesday & Thursday

The Keys
Monroe
Friday

Central North
Alachua, Marion, Sumter, Union, Bradford
1st & 3rd Wednesday

Central South
Hardee, Highlands, De Soto, Glades, Hendry, Okeechobee
2nd & 4th Wednesday  
We recently broke ground on a new cultivation site, extraction facility, and are finalizing a lease on our first dispensary.
Yes, new strains are constantly growing. We cultivate small-batches and are constantly pursuing the finest medicine.
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Yes, we absolutely do! #freetheplant
Cannabis strains today are completely different than what they were even 100 years ago. Originating in Northern India, cannabis was brought all over the world, where it rapidly developed different strains to adapt to the different environments (it's called "weed' for a reason.) These are the old land-race strains that were bred together to create cannabis today. This means that the "parents" of [strain] have some pretty complex genetic backgrounds. When you breed them together, its like having genetically-different offspring, and some of the seeds can produce plants with completely different colours, smells, and appearances! However, we select the best plants that exhibit the greatest medicinal effects, whilst looking and tasting amazing.
There are very few medications that interact negatively with cannabis. Some medications are processed in the body with the same enzymes (digestion-proteins,) as cannabis, but these interactions are never dangerous. You should always consult a physician before taking medicinal cannabis!
Cannabis-based medications act on the endocannabinoid system, a group of lock-like receptors activated by key-like cannabis chemicals. This system can treat and regulate basically every system in your body! Cannabis is a plant that produces many complex chemicals that nearly perfectly mimic these receptors in your body and brain. In fact, they are some of the only compounds that are not an exact copy of a human chemical that are still perfectly digested by your body. This means with cannabis your getting the effective treatment of over 100 pharmaceuticals in one plant-based, non-toxic, no side-effefcts medication!

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Ready to become a medical marijuana patient in Florida, but don't know where to begin?

Don't worry, it's easy! Just follow the three simple steps outlined below.

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Step 1

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The first step in acquiring your license is to get a doctor's approval for medical marijuana treatment. Use our map below to find a physician closest to you.

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Step 2

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Once you have a physician's approval, the next step is to apply for a medical marijuana card through the State of Florida. Click the button below to start the process.

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How Does It Work

How does it all work?

Cannabis is one of the most unique medicines in the world. Unlike others, the chemicals within cannabis perfectly imitate those already in your body. In fact, we have an entire system within us devoted to cannabis-like chemicals. Because of this, cannabis is truly a holistic medicine that can be used to treat a mind-boggling number of illnesses. But how does it actually work?

THC

Tetrahydracannabinol (THC) is the most famous and arguably important chemical within cannabis. This chemical binds to receptors within the brain that deal with emotions, appetite, pain, and so much more! This chemical is what causes the “high” of cannabis. It is non-toxic and non-addicting, so you can’t overdose.

THC
CBD

CBD

CBD has recently been touted to be a “magic medicine” with seemingly endless possibilities. This chemical doesn’t bind directly to receptors, but instead regulates the interaction between the other marijuana chemicals and our receptors. This means that CBD is more effective when combined with other cannabinoids, including THC, as the CBD will have the other chemicals to regulate.

Cannabinoids

This is surely a word that is heard a lot when discussing cannabis, but what does it actually mean? A cannabinoid is any chemical that interacts with your endocannabinoid system, a collection of receptors that act as “locks” which are activated by specific “keys.” This system deals with inflammation, pain, appetite, mood, and so much more. Cannabinoids are the specific “keys” to this system, and they interact with 2 different types of receptors in your endocannabinoid system, CB1 receptors found in the brain, and CB2 receptors in the body.

Your body creates cannabinoids all the time that activate these receptors. These are called endocannabinoids. 

Cannabis produces chemicals called phytocannabinoids. These cannabinoids mimic the shape of endocannabinoids, and are able to fit into the “lock” or receptor of the endocannabinoid system, and activate it. It is thought that a lot of diseases may be caused by an imbalance in these endocannabinoids, and so extra cannabinoids in the form of phytocannabinoids can be used to restore the endocannabinoid system to full health.
Cannabinoids
Terpenes

Terpenes

These chemicals are shared amongst plants and give them their fragrance and taste. These are the chemicals that make cannabis strains have their specific taste. For example, strains high in limonene taste like citrus, whilst strains high in terpinolene taste like sweet petroleum-you have to taste it to believe it! More than just making our strains taste amazing, terpenes also give strains their specific effect. Strains high in limonene and terpinolene are noted to be more “uplifting” and mentally-stimulating, whilst strains high in myrcene and caryophyllene result in complete muscle-relaxation, and even increase the amount of THC in the bloodstream. This is why at The Flowery we strive to produce the tastiest, most fragrant flowers, because we know that this will not only result in the optimum smoking experience, but also have the maximum medical effects and benefits.

For your reference, a list of common terpenes and their flavors/effects are listed below.
Alpha-Pinene

Alpha-Pinene

Flavors: Pine, rosemary
Effects: Anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, aids memory, aids breathing

Beta-Caryophyllene

Beta-Caryophyllene

Flavors: Citrus, oily, spicy
Effects: Anti-inflammatory, cell-protectant

Caryophyllene Oxide

Caryophyllene Oxide

Flavors: Clove, peppery, spicy, woody
Effects: Antifungal

Limonene

Limonene

Flavors: Citrus, juniper, lemon, peppermint, rosemary, tangerine
Effects: Immune stimulant, antidepressant, anti-anxiety

Linalool

Linalool

Flavors: Candy, spice, floral, herbal
Effects: Anti-anxiety, anticonvulsant, sedative

Nerolidol

Nerolidol

Flavors: Berry, floral, sweet, woody
Effects: Sedative, anti-fungal, skin protectant

Phytol

Phytol

Flavors: Creamy, earthy, floral, vanilla
Effects: Anti-insomnia