Find Marijuana Dispensaries Near Me in College Park, GA
College Park Dispensaries are available to help qualified patients that have received their Georgia medical card. The state has legalized medical marijuana in limited forms. Open cannabis stores near College Park that have menu products in stock can be found on the near me map below. Recreational weed in Georgia still remains illegal, for now.
Medical marijuana is available for registered patients with a Qualifying Condition through participating dispensaries. To be able to buy cannabis products at College Park dispensaries or the nearest open cannabis store, you will need to get your Medical Marijuana Card from a supporting marijuana doctor or clinic.
What menu products are available at College Park Dispensaries?
Low THC oil, “an oil that contains not more than 5 percent by weight of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and an amount of cannabidiol (CBD) equal to or greater than the amount of tetrahydrocannabinol” is legal for qualifying patients to possess and use. Fully regulated cannabis products including flower, concentrates, and THC edibles are not available yet. The program is still heavily based around CBD.
Possession Limits for Medical Cannabis:
The total amount of low-THC oil that can be possessed is 20 fluid ounces as long as you have a Low-THC Oil Registry Card from the Georgia Department of Public Health. The THC oil must still be in a pharmaceutical container labeled as such by the manufacturer indicating the percentage of tetrahydrocannabinol.
You do not need a Georgia MedCard to buy hemp CBD oil or other products that do not contain THC. Shop for CBD online here with reputable brands based and sourced in the United States or at local CBD stores near you.
Is recreational adult use cannabis in GA coming?
Recreational dispensaries in College Park will not be showing up any time soon. Right now, the state needs to get this medical program growing. Florida has a chance at recreational legalization, which would be the 1st state in the South. It has been said that over 50% of America has tried pot. The federal government may propel this forward on a Nationwide level. Both of these happening may be catalysts for recreational marijuana in College Park.