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Getting a Medical Marijuana Card in Orlando, Florida

Whether you’re in Orlando or anywhere else in Florida, you can get a medical marijuana card online with Leafwell. Speak to a Florida-licensed physician with Leafwell to get your certificate renewed.


Here’s a list of dispensaries in Orlando, Florida.


AltMed MüV – Orlando
101 South Garland Avenue Orlando 32801

Surterra – Orlando
1743 South Orange Avenue Orlando 32806

FLUENT – Orlando
1901 North Orange Avenue Orlando 32804

Curaleaf – East Orlando
775 North Semoran Boulevard Orlando 32807

Trulieve – Orlando
4544 North Orange Blossom Trail Orlando 32804

VidaCann – Orlando
1700 North Semoran Boulevard Orlando 32807

Trulieve – Orlando (Conroy)
4192 Conroy Road Orlando 32839

MedMen – Orlando Sand Lake
6600 International Drive Orlando 32819

“On June 5, 2017, the City of Orlando adopted the Medical Cannabis Dispensary Location Criteria and Performance Standards Ordinance (Ordinance No. 2016-92). These regulations focus on proper locations for opening and operating these types of facilities in the city limits. Including, but not limited to: a one (1) mile separation between such facilities, a two hundred (200) foot setback from exclusively residential zones, and a one thousand (1,000) foot separation from sensitive uses like religious institutions, schools, parks, etc. Furthermore, the City has a cap of seven (7) such dispensaries throughout the city limits.”


Orlando is one of the more cannabis-friendly cities in Orlando. Still, you cannot smoke cannabis in public, and those who wish to use smokeable preparations need a physician’s form stating they can do so.


You can be a seasonal Florida state resident.


“Any person who temporarily resides in this state [Florida] for a period of at least 31 consecutive days in each calendar year, maintains a temporary residence in this state, returns to the state or jurisdiction of his or her residence at least one time during each calendar year, and is registered to vote or pays income tax in another state or jurisdiction.” – Senate Bill 8A.