End stage cancer, ALS, Seizure disorders, severe or end stage multiple sclerosis, crohn's disease, mitochondrial disease, parkinson's disease, severe sickle cell disease, tourette's, autism spectrum disorder, epidermolysis bullosa, severe or end stage alzheimer's disease, end stage AIDS, peripheral neuropathy, hospice patients, patients with intractable pain, and patients with PTSD
. Regardless of your stance on the subject we likely know someone suffering with one of these diagnoses that could benefit from low thc oils. This bill that was started in the House of Representatives sought to provide safe access for patients and allow them to obtain the much needed medicine without breaking federal laws in order to receive it. After compromise by both parties the Georgia House and Senate has passed HB324 which allows for a total of 400,000 square feet of medical marijuana to be grown and a total of 6 companies to grow it, which includes the University of Georgia and Fort Valley State University. It currently is awaiting Governor Brian Kemp's signature. While many may disagree about the finer details of this piece of legislation such as the amount of cannabis that can be grown, or the number of suppliers; this is a solid step in ensuring our loved ones can have safe access to a much needed plant based medicine. I had the opportunity to watch this historic event happen in the late hours of the night. We would like to thank everyone that fought for our loved ones and fought to make this happen.
The Georgia Legislation has been in session now and there has been many people fighting for HB324 and many people fighting against it. Georgia has allowed for patients with certain medical needs including the following people to have low THC oil but no way to legally access it: