The Georgia Department of Public Health has a Low THC Oil Registry Program for qualified patients. Being approved for the program entitles a patient to possess 20 fluid ounces of low THC oil within the state of Georgia.
Who can qualify?
In order to receive a Low THC Oil Registry card you must be a resident of Georgia, 18 years of age or older, or have parents or legal guardians who can apply for a Caregiver Registry Card. You must also be diagnosed with one of the following conditions:
- End-stage cancer, or a cancer treatment that produces wasting illness or recalcitrant nausea and vomiting
- Severe or end-stage ALS
- Seizure disorders connected with epilepsy or head injuries
- Severe or end-stage Multiple Sclerosis
- Crohn’s Disease
- Mitochondrial disease
- Severe or end-stage Parkinson’s disease
- Severe or end-stage Sickle cell disease
- Severe Tourette’s Syndrome
- An adult with Autism spectrum disorder, or a minor with severe autism
- Epidermolysis bulls
- Severe or end-stage Alzheimer’s
- Severe or end-stage AIDS
- Severe or end-stage peripheral neuropathy
- inpatient or outpatient states in a hospice program
How much does it cost?
$25.00 to be paid when picking the card up from a Public Health Office.
How do I apply?
To apply for a Medical Marijuana card in Georgia do the following:
- Visit with your physician and have them enter the patient’s or caregiver’s information into the Low THC Oil Registry
- If approved, patients and caregivers will be notified within 15 business days that a card is ready for pickup. A representative from the department’s Office of Vital Records will help you choose which Public Health Office to pick the card up from.