Right now there is not retail location to buy low THC oil; however, the internet offers resources for procurement--- be mindful of the laws associated with the type of oil you purchase and the source in which it’s coming from.
CBD and THC can be found in all cannabis plants; however the level of each cannabinoid depends on the form and strand of cannabis.
CBD is non psycho active and THC is psychoactive.
There is no current law that allows provisions for caregivers, parents, or school nurses to administer low THC oil to their children while at school.
A number of people play a role in this decision. The Governor ultimately will make the decision; however, both the house and the Senate must approve a bill to send to the Governor to sign. Citizens must participate and engage with their representatives to hold them accountable and ensure their needs are being met.
In 2016, The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) Division of Communications launched the campaign for low THC registry in the state of GA. According to their site, they are in “close consultation with the Georgia Medical Composite Board” to issue and register citizens into the low THC registry.
The state assembled a Low THC committee (July 2018) for research and developments purposes under Georgia House Bill 1 which led to the creation of HB324 (currently in session).
Cannabis, also known as marijuana among other names, is a psychoactive drug from the Cannabis plant used for medical or recreational purposes; with over 68 cannabinoids and 483 known compounds. In products commonly referred to as whole plan extract or full spectrum.
Hemp is a form of cannabis with low to no THC (THC is one of the 68 cannabinoids found in the plant; most commonly known for its psychoactive effects) and high CBD content; hence Hemp in general, has low to NO psychoactive effects.