The question of legalizing medical marijuana in Florida brings up a multitude of considerations that the voting public must weigh prior to casting their ballot in November. The Federal government still considers marijuana an illegal drug, yet they withhold enforcement in states that have accepted cannabis (derivatives of marijuana plants) in medical and/or recreational use. Yet there are several patients that are supplied “pot” by the Federal Government for their medical issues, and have been for years (http://IrvinRosenfeld.com). Smoking “pot” is only one part of the medical issues regarding the efficacy of a variety of forms of marijuana derivatives. Not only have marijuana plants been cross-bred to make their euphoric psychological and physiological effects variable on the recipient, but those derivatives are also the basis of some of the medicinal results experienced by patients.