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Step 1:
Give Us A Call

A quick 10-15 minute phone interview is necessary to determine your eligibility. We will gather some basic information and an overview of your medical history. Our office number is (770) 467-3975.

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Step 2:
Forms & Medical Records

We will email you forms to fill out. You can either provide your medical records, or we can request them for you with a signed medical records release form. Once all forms and records are received, our office staff will call you to schedule an appointment. If we do not have all medical records by the day of your appointment, you will not be able to apply for a Low THC card.

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Step 3:
Doctor Visit

At your appointment, our doctor will determine if you would be a qualified candidate to be enrolled in the Georgia THC Oil Registry. If qualified, we will enroll you. Your doctor will complete all documentation required by the State of Georgia, and submit them to the State for approval. We do not guarantee approval, as it is the State's ultimate decision to approve or deny the request.

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Step 4:
Pick up card

Once the state processes your application, a representative from the Department of Public Health will contact you. You will pick up your medical marijuana card up at a Public Health Office and then use it at local dispensaries. The low THC oil card is required by law to be renewed every two years.


What is a medical marijuana card?

A medical marijuana card is a form of identification used to access and legally purchase cannabis-derived items at medical marijuana dispensaries. The cards are issued by the state of Georgia, but a medical doctor must first diagnose you with an approved condition.

What conditions qualify for a medical marijuana card?

In the state of Georgia, you can receive a medical marijuana card for a variety of conditions, including:
- End stage cancer
- Seizure disorders like epilepsy
- ALS (Lou Gherig’s Disease)
- Parkinson’s disease
- Multiple sclerosis (severe or end stage)
- Sickle cell disease (severe or end stage)
- Crohn’s disease
- Mitochondrial disease
- Peripheral neuropathy
- Tourrette’s syndrome
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Chronic pain or hospice care.

How much does a medical marijuana card cost?

New patient registration: $150 Renewals: $125

A $25 fee is paid directly to the Department of Public Health before you receive your card. Each card is valid for two years from the date you receive it. When it expires, you’ll need to reapply.

Where can I purchase low THC cannabis oil?

To purchase low THC cannabis oil, you’ll need to visit a dispensary approved by the Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis Commission. These facilities are licensed by the state of Georgia and are approved to release low THC oil to qualifying individuals with medical marijuana cards.

Please Note:
A registration card does not equate to a prescription for low THC oil. “Low THC” patients are legally allowed to possess up to 20 oz of “infused cannabis oils” that, must contain no more than 5% THC. The oil must be in a “pharmaceutical container” with a manufacturer label indicating both the THC and CBD percentages. We do not guarantee approval, as it is the State's ultimate decision to approve or deny the request.
Please click on this link to the FAQ section of the Georgia Low-THC Oil Registry website.