Marijuana for migraine medication could be in the pipeline

In a sign that the federal government is gearing up to legalize recreational marijuana, the Texas Medical Board is moving ahead with a medical marijuana card.

The Texas Medical Marijuana Card, or TMMC, is a non-binding agreement that allows medical marijuana patients to apply for the card.

It has been approved by the state’s Board of Medicine and requires no further review.

The TMMC was designed to help patients manage migraines by allowing patients to use marijuana oil in combination with a prescription drug.

The marijuana oil helps to lower pain levels and help patients cope with their migrainons symptoms.

“This card allows people to have access to the marijuana oil that is approved by a health care professional for their specific ailment, and it allows people who are already using medical marijuana to get access to that oil,” said David S. Jones, a spokesman for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, which oversees the medical board.

“It’s really a step forward, and we look forward to rolling out the card and taking it to people as quickly as possible.”

The Texas medical board will begin accepting applications for the TMMC in August.

Jones said the TMCC will allow people who have already tried cannabis oil to get on board.

“If someone already has an active migraine or has had a serious migraine in the past, the medical marijuana would be a way to provide that medication to them and ease the pain,” Jones said.

“We’re not expecting it to be a big jump from there, but we do anticipate it will provide relief to some of the pain.”

The medical board has been working to get a TMMC approved for at least three years.

It was set up to help people with migrainas.

The TMMC is a form of medical marijuana that has been around for decades and has been widely used by people with debilitating conditions.

It is the first time the Texas medical system has approved a medical card for recreational use.

The Texas Medical Cannabis Program is currently operating in 17 states, with 17 more in the works.