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Before we connect you to a qualified doctor in Georgia who can help you complete your Low THC Oil Registry, we'll need some information. The physicians we refer patients to are certified to determine if Low-THC oil could help you manage your health symptoms. This means providing some information to determine if you have a qualifying health condition.

Getting Approved for THC In Georgia

Any physician in Georgia can prescribe low-THC cannabis oil. However, many patients find that some providers are opposed to prescribing it. Finding a doctor that supports therapeutic cannabis can be a challenge. We help patients save time by connecting them directly to a provider who can help them complete their application to join the Low-THC Oil Registry.

Access to Low-THC Oil

Georgia has a limited and very strict medical cannabis program. You cannot walk into a retail dispensary to purchase low-THC oil. After you have completed your consultation with a provider and been approved, you will be prescribed cannabis oil. The provider may allow for the maximum potency of 5% or a lower THC content, depending on your health condition.

What Happens After Your Medical Card Evaluation?

Get Your Medical Card

After you complete your health evaluation with a provider, the registration process will be completed for you. In Georgia, it is the physician who creates the patent profile with the Georgia medical marijuana program. In under three weeks, you will receive your certification for Low-THC cannabis by mail.

CBD and Low-THC Dispensaries

In Georgia, you can find a variety of cannabis products that are under the 5% maximum potency set by the state. One of the interesting things is the number of strains that are less than 5% THC but very high in CBD. That means less of the psychoactive properties and more cannabidiol, which can help with inflammation and other symptoms.

Save Time

YOu may have to search to find a doctor that will be willing to conduct your medical card health review in Georgia. Our doctors are standing by and have experience with alternative medicine. They will complete the health evaluation and provide your patient certification. And they will be happy to answer any questions you may have about cannabis.

Get Priority Access

Medical cannabis being an essential service in most states means patients get priority access to their favorite products. Even if something happens where other retail stores must close (like during the lockdown for COVID-19), medical dispensaries will remain open like pharmacies.

Schedule a Followup

Sometimes health conditions and symptoms can change quickly. So can the type(s) and potency of prescription drugs you are taking. While Georgia doesn't legally require a follow-up appointment, it is a good idea to stay in touch with your referring physician. The provider can give you expert suggestions on CBD and low-THC oil and other products that may help.

Renew Your Card

Don’t let your medical card expire. Be sure to schedule your renewal in advance to avoid any problems. Possession of more than one (1) ounce of any type of cannabis can be a felony charge in Georgia. Make sure you are legally protected by renewing your medical card.

Get Your Medical Marijuana Card in 3 Easy Steps


Fill out the appointment request form. Just a few simple questions will help our providers determine if you qualify for medical marijuana in your state.


Connect with a provider whose specialty is relevant to your stated qualifying condition(s). Do you have diabetes? Are you undergoing cancer treatment or chemotherapy? We can help you find a provider that has experience prescribing cannabis for patients with your medical and wellness needs.


Many states allow you to visit with a doctor online or via phone from the comfort of your own home. Georgia legally allows telemedicine appointments for medical card health evaluations. All you need is internet access, a smartphone, tablet or computer to get your online MMJ health evaluation.

Why Should You Get a Medical Card?

Access for 18-20 Year-Olds

If you are 18 years of age or older, you do not have to wait to get access to medical marijuana. Parental consent is not required. Recreational users must be 21 or older.

Increased Possession Limits

Patients are allowed to purchase, carry, and own larger quantities of marijuana than recreational users. In some states, medical card holders are allowed to grow at home.

Save Money on Medical Cannabis

Most states have massive taxes on marijuana products. Medical card holders are exempt from most of those taxes.

Greater Product Accessibility

Medical cannabis patients get access to a wider range of products. Choose from more diverse ratios of cannabinoids such as CBD, CBG, and CBN, which can help reduce inflammation.

Cannabis Tourism

Your medical card may be accepted in many other states. This allows you to access many new products, new strains, and get your medicine while traveling.

Legal Protection of Consumption

With a medical card, your ability to purchase, store, and consume cannabis is legally protected, as long as you buy from a licensed dispensary.

Over 600,000 Medical Cards Provided

Qualifying Conditions for a Medical Card in Georgia


  • Cancer (producing related wasting illness or recalcitrant nausea and vomiting)
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (severe or end-stage)
  • Seizure disorders caused by trauma, head injuries or epilepsy
  • Multiple Sclerosis (severe or end-stage)
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Mitochondrial Disease
  • Parkinson’s Disease (severe or end-stage)
  • Sickle Cell Disease (severe or end-stage)
  • Tourette’s Syndrome (severe and debilitating tics)
  • Autism spectrum disorder, when (a) patient is 18 years of age or more, or (b) patient is less than 18 years of age and diagnosed with severe autism
  • Epidermolysis Bullosa
  • Alzheimer’s Disease (severe or end-stage)
  • AIDS (severe or end-stage)
  • Peripheral Neuropathy (severe or end-stage)
  • Patient is in hospice program, either as inpatient or outpatient
  • Intractable pain (unresolved by other therapeutic interventions)
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder resulting from direct exposure to or witnessing of a trauma for a patient who is at least 18 years of age

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Medical Card Frequently Asked Questions

Who is
Since 2010, we have been the leading source of medical cannabis information for patients all over the US. Hundreds of thousands of patients visit every month to find the information they need.
What conditions qualify for medical cannabis?
Qualifying health conditions vary by state. Some of the common conditions that may qualify you for a medical card are: epilepsy, cancer, chronic pain, anxiety, depression, PTSD, Crohn’s Disease, IBS / IBD, and other chronic or terminal debilitating diseases.
What Kind of Medical Cannabis Products Are Available in Georgia?
A tincture or medicinal oil, with a maximum THC potency of 5% is available at dispensaries. So are CBD whole flower (cannabidiol) bud, which is very low in THC but high in CBD. It is illegal to possess medical marijuana that is higher than 5% potency in Georgia, even if you have an Identification Card. Patients can possess up to 20 fluid ounces of low-THC cannabis oil.
Where do I find a real Georgia medical marijuana doctor?
You can find a certified medical marijuana provider right here on Check out our list of certified Georgia marijuana doctors!
Who qualifies for a medical card in Georgia?
Georgia has a lot of qualifying conditions. You can read more about how to qualify for MMJ in GA.
Can I use other products with or without a GA medical card?
Most other products are legal in all 50 states. Learn more about the Georgia law.
How do I find a licensed marijuana dispensary in Georgia?
You can find a licensed Georgia dispensary near you on our site! Check out our Georgia medical marijuana dispensary directory.

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All practitioners on are board-certified. We verify that each provider is state-licensed and in good standing.

Medical card evaluation fees vary by provider. Our practitioners believe in providing safe and affordable access to medical marijuana.

On July 1, 2021 there will be thirty (30) new medical cannabis dispensaries located in Georgia. Governor Brian Kemp