The Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis Commission oversees and regulates licensing of medial cannabis production. This is an extremely restrictive limited-THC market capped at 5%. Even for CBD, flower, edibles, and vaping are prohibited, making this amongst the least attractive medical markets.
The commission will issue a total of six licenses, two-Class 1 licenses (100,000 sq.ft.) and four-Class 2 licenses (50,000 sq.ft) for cultivation and manufacturing. The commission announced 30-medical marijuana oil dispensaries could open across Georgia, under a bill that passed the General Assembly.
They’re also in charge of dispensing to registered patients.
The act also allows six private companies to grow cannabis in the state.
Keep an eye out for the companies that are awarded the six licensedEven though the limit is
This market is still in its infancy. Watch for the Peach State to ultimately relax THC content restrictions and medical conditions. Until further clarity on these fronts, there is not much of a play in Georgia.