Georgia Wants To Venture Into Medical Marijuana Business

Window Farms by Britta Riley / Eyebeam Open Studios Fall 2009 /Georgia’s law allows for the possession and use of CBD oils, particularly for the treatment of seizure disorders. But there’s no way for patients to obtain the medicine without breaking the law, as the state didn’t set up a system to produce and sell the drug.

Patients therefore have to obtain CBD oils illegally, often by traveling outside of Georgia to purchase such oils and bring them home.

A state medical cannabis commission is studying ways to provide CBD-based products to registered patients and determining whether Georgia should move forward in this regard, according to the Associated Press. The commission will make recommendations to state by the end of the year.

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