Medical marijuana bill could be the start to opening more dispensaries in Georgia – CBS46 News Atlanta

The medical marijuana industry in Georgia could be expanding if a new bill is signed by Governor Kemp.Business like ATLRx CBD in Alpharetta are hoping to expand their cannabis dispensary to include medical marijuana. They currently focus on hemp products.”We are basically a farm bill-compliant dispensary. We deal mostly in CBD flower, oils, edibles, topicals. Things of that nature,” said Rick Hight
COO of AtlRx CBD and AtlRx.comAll of their products contain no more than .3% of THC—a very low THC form of cannabis that does not offer the high effect of marijuana”We see a lot of people coming in with the medical marijuana card looking for the products,” Hight told CBS46’s Hayley Mason. “They do allow us to have up to 5% THC oils. Unfortunately, they don’t allow medical marijuana raw flower products to be sold here. It’s really tricky for the patients because while it is legal for them to buy it and possess it. There is not a place for them currently for us to move that product around.”The bill that passed the General Assembly and is on Governor Kemp’s desk could make it possible for up to 30 medical marijuana dispensaries to open

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