Qualifying Conditions


Texas initially opened the Compassionate Use Program to Texas residents with seizure disorders and epilepsy in 2015. Over the years, scientific studies increased the evidence on these conditions and symptoms treated with cannabinoids. In 2021, Texas expanded the list of conditions eligible through the Compassionate Use Program to include PTSD and all cancer...with many more approved conditions on the actual HB1535.

Texas Cannabis Clinic 
We work with patients to use medical marijuana in addition to their current treatment plans for these qualifying conditions. 
Some of our patients respond so well to medical cannabis, they're able to decrease the amount of other medications they're taking, including opioids.  


Cannabis can be used as a medication to treat pain, anxiety, insomnia, loss of appetite, and nausea related to cancer. Cannabis research and evidence shows the 1:1 (1 part CBD/1 part THC) ratio product has provided relief to patients with cancer. 

Pain. Marijuana may be helpful for the management of cancer-related pain when conventional therapies are ineffective or are causing adverse effects. Medical marijuana may decrease pain signals in the brain and might provide additional anti-inflammatory properties.

Neuropathy. Neuropathy, or nerve damage, is a feeling of weakness, numbness, tingling or burning in the hands and/or feet. It is a common side effect of chemotherapy and other cancer treatments. Studies on animals have demonstrated that cannabinoids can be helpful in relieving some of the symptoms of nerve damage. 

Nausea and vomiting. Many patients experience nausea and vomiting as a side effect of chemotherapy. Relatively high THC cannabis is recommended for treating nausea over using CBD-only products.

Appetite and weight loss. Limited studies have demonstrated that THC stimulates appetite and helps to slow down weight loss in patients with advanced cancer. 

Several states have approved the use of medical marijuana for the treatment of cancer-related anorexia (the medical term for loss of appetite) and/or cachexia (wasting away of the body resulting from severe chronic illness).


Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (Diagnosed or undiagnosed)

Starting September 1st, 2021, Texas laws changed allowing the treatment of an array of symptoms that come with PTSD.
If you have already been diagnosed- we have appointments to help you find the correct dose of medical cannabis for you.

If you have not been diagnosed with PTSD officially- we have appointments for a PTSD evaluation to discuss common symptoms such as insomnia, aggression, intrusive thoughts and anxiety (which have shown improvement with cannabinoids).

Alzheimer's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's disease
and other Incurable Neurodegenerative Diseases

According to medical marijuana Texas law, patients who suffer from debilitating neurological conditions such as M.S, Dementia, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease are also eligible to enroll in the Compassionate Use Program.

Common symptoms related to neurodegenerative diseases that cannabis can be used for are pain, muscles spasticity, tremors, insomnia, appetite loss and aggressive behaviors. A list of approved conditions that can be found below.


List of Incurable Neurodegenerative Diseases
*Click here*


Autism Spectrum Disorder

Medical marijuana Texas laws allow us to treat an array of symptoms that come with autism. Common symptoms such as aggression, self-injury, hyperactivity, insomnia, and anxiety have been shown to be improved with cannabinoids. A recent study showed an overall improvement of these symptoms in 75% of autistic children treated with a 20:1 ratio of CBD/THC. 

Muscle Spasticity (spasms)

Muscle spasticity is when muscles become stiff, tighten up and resist stretching. Patients with damage to their brain and nerves can develop muscle spasticity, and eventually, these muscle contractions can cause severe pain, discomfort, and/or deformity. 

Muscle spasticity can come from a very large range of underlying conditions, including back pain, joint pain, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, Charcot-Marie-Tooth, stroke and many other conditions. Treatment for muscle spasticity-related symptoms is usually provided in a 3:1 or 1:1 CBD/THC ratio product. 

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a disease characterized by extensive damage over time to motor neurons in the brain and spinal cord. Motor neurons are nerve cells that are responsible for the communication, the signals, taking place between the brain and the muscles. The active ingredients in medical cannabis — tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), also known as cannabinoids, are used to treat pain, muscle spasms, and appetite loss that comes from this disease. They are believed to work as antioxidants and as anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective agents, and for these reason might slow or prevent further damage to nerve cells in ALS.

Seizures and Epilepsy

Medical marijuana cannabis contains antispasmodic qualities, which have shown to be an effective treatment for some seizures. Cannabis oils that are rich in CBD are the preferred method for treatment. The tincture ratio of 20:1 CBD/THC is what usually works best for these conditions.

Texas Cannabis Clinic is a 100% Telehealth Practice
All appointments will be via video visit - you can use your phone or computer!

Schedule a NEW PATIENT APPOIntment *Click here*

*If you're new to Texas Cannabis Clinic- Please use the link above to schedule your video visit with our physicans to get approved
for medical marijuana/ cannabis in Texas (edibles only- NO flower/ vapables available through TCUP).
A page of your records including your diagnosis will be requested to keep this appointment, unless you're requesting an evaluation for PTSD

Schedule a follow-up/ prescription renewal appointment  *click here*

*The link above is for current, Texas Cannabis Clinic patients to schedule a follow-up virtual visit
for renewal of their prescriptions or to discuss their dose with their provider (you can also send a message
through your patient portal- there's a link under the "Learn More" tab on this website).

If you're not ready to schedule a virtual visit & have specific questions, please call or text 512-892-7092 to speak to our intake team or clinic manager. 
We're ready to guide you through the process!

No matter your qualifying condition... TCC is here for you

For all qualifying conditions: Specific ratios (strength of the CBD: THC or THC only medication) will be sent to the dispensary depending on your specific symptoms and how the medical cannabis may benefit you. During your appointment, your physicians will work with you to recommend a treatment plan to help improve your quality of life, and your mood and decrease your symptoms. 

If this amount of information is too overwhelming and you would like to speak to someone in our clinic, please text us at 512-892-7092 with any questions before scheduling. 



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