1. Now that Charlotte's Web has been passed in the state of Florida, can you smoke it?
No. Charlotte's Web will be available in oil form only. It will only be used by epileptics, and those suffering from brain trauma causing seizures.
2. When will Charlotte's Web be available?
Said to be January, but really it is unknown.
3. If Charlotte's Web has already been passed then what does the vote on November 4th regarding Amendment 2 encompass?
It will permit the medicinal use of all other strains of the plant, for all other types of afflictions when deemed appropriate by a medical professional. Some of those afflictions said to benefit are those with; cancer, HIV/AIDS, Glaucoma, Multiple Sclerosis, Arthritis, Parkinson’s disease, Tourette’s syndrome, muscular spasticity, and may others.
4. Will the vote November 4th regarding medical marijuana, legalize recreational use in the state of Florida?
5. If passed, how will patients be able to intake?
That is yet to be determined. Each state has set their own standards regarding how medical marijuana can be administered to the body.
6. What is Charlotte's Web?
C.W. is a strain of cannabis that was created for medicinal use for it's high CBD, low THC content. The THC in C.W. is .5%
7. What is CBD, and what are the benefits?
CBD (Cannadidiol), is one of over 85 active compounds found in cannabis (phytocannabinoids) are all active Chen compounds found in cannabis.
According to some research scientists, CBD causes apoptosis which is cellular death of cancer cells. CBD works best though when in conjunction with THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol)
8. Does Charlotte's Web make you high?
No. The THC level is too low to have that effect.