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If you are a Georgia resident and need help obtaining your Low THC Oil medical marijuana card please click the button below to view & search our Healthcare Provider Directory.

When lawmakers passed Georgia’s Low THC Oil law they knew that it was an important first step in bringing meaningful relief to many sick and dying Georgians. They also knew that there were shortcomings, chief of which is the lack of in-state marijuana cultivation or oil production.

Because it remains illegal to cultivate marijuana in Georgia patients are largely left to their own devices to educate themselves about and find low THC oil. That’s what we’re here to help you with. If you have any questions that aren’t answered on this website please feel free to contact us.

Frequently Asked Questions

Effects of Various Cannabinoids on the Body

Below is a fairly comprehensive profile of medical issues that the primary cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant are known known to treat. This guide was compiled by Strain Data, a fantastic resource for patients interested in learning more about the many different strains of cannabis, typical cannabinoid profiles and more.

Pain & Sleep Problems

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Psychiatric & Neurological Disorders

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Eating & Digestive Disorders

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Other Benefits of Cannabis

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The Major Cannabinoids

  • THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol)
    THC is the best-known cannabinoid and is the primary psychoactive compound. It has also been found to be neuroprotective with analgesic (pain relieving) effects.
  • CBD (Cannabidiol)
    CBD is where many of the medical benefits are attributed to cannabis and has resulted in many strains being ‘enriched’ to increase their CBD content. CBD is not psychoactive.
  • CBN (Cannabinol)
    CBN is also non-psychoactive and is generally attributed with a sedative effect. The typical amount of CBN found in most samples of cannabis is less than 1%.
  • THCA (Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid)
    THCA is the most prominent compound in fresh, undried cannabis. While the compound does not have psychoactive effects in its own right, it does have anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective effects.
  • THCV (Tetrahydrocannabivarin)
    THCV is commonly believed to be an appetite suppressant. In addition, recent research suggests that this compound may be helpful in treating metabolic disorders including diabetes.
  • CBG (Cannabigerol)
    CBG is a non-physcoactive cannabinoid and early results suggest it plays an important role in fighting glaucoma symptoms, inflamed bowels and potentially as treatment for bacterial infections like MRSA.
  • CBC (Cannabichromene)
    CBC is perhaps the least understood cannabinoid, but potentially among the most important. It is believed to stimulate bone growth, as well has inhibit inflammation and pain.
  • CBDA (Cannabidiolic Acid)
    CBDA is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid believed to have anti-inflammatory properties. The compound is also thought to offer benefits when dealing with nausea and vomiting.
  • CBDV (Cannabidivarin)
    CBDV has been a relatively ignored cannabinoid until recently where many researchers believe that it may offer another option for the treatment of epilepsy.

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