We are beyond excited to enter the Georgia market! We’ve already started building out our state-of-the-art cultivation and extraction facility in Macon. This effort brings together a team of local leaders, entrepreneurs, and health professionals, combined with the best cultivation, extraction, and formulation team in the country.
Get ready to experience Fine Fettle’s pharmacist-led dispensaries throughout the state of Georgia. Our goal is to provide patients with the highest-quality low-THC oil products, along with incredible care, knowledge, education, and customer service. It’s all about bringing Georgia Good Health and Good Condition.
Medical Use Information
Georgia’s House Bill 1 (Haleigh’s Hope act) was signed into law in 2015 to create the Low Oil THC Registry. Patients and families who are registered with the State program can possess up to 20 ounces of low-THC cannabis oil (<5% THC oil).
Georgia patients who suffer from one or more of the following disorders may be eligible for exemption from prosecution for possessing low THC, CBD-rich medical cannabis oil that contains up to 5% THC.
Qualifying medical conditions include:
- Seizure disorders
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Crohn’s Disease
- Mitochondrial Disease
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Sickle Cell Disease.
Obtaining a Medical Marijuana Card
Patients and caregivers of patients who believe they may be eligible should consult with their physician about the possibility of obtaining a card. If approved by your physician, the patient or patient’s caregivers’ information will be entered by the physician into the Georgia Department of Health’s (DPH) secure Low Oil THC Registry and a card(s) will be issued.
Cards cost $25 and are valid for two years from the date issued. Two forms comprise the application the physician sends to the state: a waiver form and a physician certification form. Once completed, the physician submits the information electronically to the DPH (the physician will keep the original forms in the medical record, but patients can request a copy). Cards are typically ready for pickup within 15 business days, and patients and caregivers will be notified when the cards are ready. Cards can be picked up from one of the 20 public health offices geographically spread around the state.