Medical Cannabis Dispensary Now Open in Pooler, Georgia

Patients who are registered for a medical cannabis card can now access cannabis medicine in the greater Savannah area.

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Open Daily 11am-7pm

Rooted in Medicine, Cultivating Relief for an Elevated Life.

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Setting High Standards in Pooler, Georgia

Leading the Way in Medical Cannabis Dispensaries

As one of the first dispensaries in the state of Georgia, the Pooler location sets the standard for medical cannabis dispensary design, offering a seamless and stress-free experience at every touchpoint.

All products – ranging from tinctures, topicals and capsules – will contain 5% THC or less in accordance with Georgia state law to treat a complete range of qualifying conditions.

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“Patients throughout the state have been waiting for this critical form of medicine for years, so being able to provide them with access through our Pooler dispensary is a key milestone for our company. We look forward to being part of the Pooler community and offering patients the exceptional treatment, information and service they deserve.”

– Gary Long, CEO of Botanical Sciences.
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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

To qualify for a medical cannabis card in Georgia, you must have one of the qualifying medical conditions as outlined by the state’s Department of Public Health. These conditions include, but are not limited to, cancer, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and epilepsy. You will need to consult with a registered physician to receive a recommendation for medical cannabis use.

You can find a registered physician by visiting the Georgia Department of Public Health’s website and searching their directory of physicians who are qualified to recommend medical cannabis. Alternatively, you can ask your primary care doctor if they are registered or if they can refer you to a physician who is.

Georgia law allows for the sale of low-THC cannabis oil with a maximum concentration of 5% THC. Available products include tinctures, capsules, and topicals. Smoking or vaping of cannabis is currently not allowed under Georgia law.

Georgia law allows for the sale of low-THC cannabis oil with a maximum concentration of 5% THC. Available products include tinctures, capsules, and topicals. Smoking or vaping of cannabis is currently not allowed under Georgia law.

To learn more about medical cannabis and its potential benefits for various medical conditions, visit Botanical Sciences’ educational resources section on our website. We are dedicated to providing accurate, up-to-date information to help you make informed decisions about your healthcare.

Yes, Botanical Sciences‘ Pooler location is also serving the greater Savannah area!

Georgia law permits registered medical cannabis patients to possess up to 20 fluid ounces of low-THC oil. It’s important to note that possession of any form of cannabis exceeding this limit or any form of cannabis other than low-THC oil could result in legal penalties.

Medical cannabis cards in Georgia need to be renewed annually. You will need to schedule an appointment with a registered physician who can confirm your continued eligibility for medical cannabis use. Following this, you will need to submit a renewal application to the Georgia Department of Public Health.

Yes; caregivers (parents or legal guardians) of patients can apply for medical cannabis cards. A Caregiver must be approved by the patient’s registered physician.

While CBD oil is produced by the cannabis plant, it is not the same as medical cannabis. Medical cannabis products may contain both CBD and THC, whereas CBD oil typically contains only CBD. In Georgia, low-THC oil (containing up to 5% THC) is classified as medical cannabis and requires a medical cannabis card for legal use.

In the context of Georgia’s medical cannabis program, “intractable pain” is a term used to describe a type of persistent pain that remains unrelieved despite exhaustive efforts at treatment. Specifically, it refers to a pain condition where the underlying cause can’t be remedied, and the application of comprehensive pain management strategies for a minimum period of six months has either failed to provide sufficient relief or has resulted in side effects that are too severe to tolerate.