KNOX Dispensaries & Delivery in Texas
DISPENSARIES – COMING SOON
(DELIVERY NOW AVAILABLE)
The State of Texas has named Cansortium Texas, DBA Knox Medical as one of the three organizations permitted to cultivate, extract, and dispense approved medical cannabis products under the Compassionate Use Act. Knox in Texas may open locations throughout the state to service qualifying patients in need with High CBD, Low THC medical marijuana products that are legal under state law. The program is still in its infancy, however as it expands so will Knox Medical locations in Texas as well as providing statewide delivery of MMJ products.
Knox, Texas is committed to the education of physicians and patients while providing safe, consistent and reliable medicine to patients suffering from debilitating illnesses. Texas cannabis patients with a Qualifying Condition that have received a medical marijuana prescription from a Certified Prescribing Doctor will be eligible to receive High CBD, Low THC products. Texas Knox Medical dispensaries will dispense & deliver these medical cannabis products to patients on the Compassionate Use Registry.
Knox Texas Administrative Office
Address: 8637 West US-90
Schulenburg, TX 78956
Hours of Operation: Unavailable
Contact: [email protected]
KNOX MEDICAL TEXAS MARIJUANA DELIVERIES RX – NOW AVAILABLE
Knox Medical cannabis RX products are available by home delivery or business throughout the Great State of Texas for patients with a Medical Marijuana Card who need non-euphoric care. The program is active, low-THC/High CBD products are now available for patients. A delivery fee of $25 dollars is charged per delivery.
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I am bipolar 1, have major anxiety, depression, OCPD, and am currently taking about 8 different medications twice a day to control all of that. Ive done some research and found that just with the mmj it could resolve a lot of my issues. When will you have a list of active doctors?
Soon. The only qualifying condition currently is intractable epilepsy. We spoke with several certified doctors, which are very limited, and they were not actively prescribing yet.
I do love the information and emails I have received!! A question also..is there a list of doctors to go to?? I have my neurologist,I haven’t asked her. She has tried a few medications and I have in years past. They all don’t work and just make me crazy.
We have a Texas MMJ Doctor list of 10 currently however we contacted them & none were ready yet. Most were for children. We will publish it soon.
This is more of a question than a review..Who would we contact to see if our child meets the requirements? Where can we get a list of the doctor's who have the authority to do this? I ask because my 11 year old son has epilepsy and his neurologist told me plain out they don't support or advocate cannabis, therefore I wouldn't be able to get him authorized through them. He's already maxed out on Keppra and trileptol, has tried clonazepam and onfi, is now on both trileptol and zonicemide but still get seizures... Info is greatly appreciated, TIA!
Will email you. That's a lot of drugs the do advocate.