Frequently Asked Questions
Does cannabis really have medical value?
Yes, more than we even know. Doctors and scientists find more and more evidence that cannabis holds hundreds of medically active compounds. Additionally, they also find that it is non-toxic to people and animals and is healthy for our bodies.
Does Georgia have a medical cannabis program?
Yes. Governor Nathan Deal signed HB 1 into law on April 16, 2015. This law allows people with 8 different conditions legally possess up to 20 ounces of 5% THC oil.
Is my information safe with you?
Yes. All of our pages (i.e. credit card or medical info) are encrypted using SSL-SHA-2 encryption.
Also, we do not share or sell your email to anyone. We don’t discuss our clients with anyone.
Our legal team ensures that your info is safe from your job or anyone else that doesn’t understand the benefits of medical cannabis. It is sad that people have to hide their opinions because of ignorant and uninformed people. We are working hard to change the negative perception of cannabis.
Can I come visit your office?
By appointment only.
How can I get involved with Halcyon Organics?
Contact us to learn how to get involved with the exciting new field of cannabinoid medicine.
Does regulating medical cannabis really work?
Yes. The key to creating the economic and social benefits of medical marijuana is strict regulation and taxation. Taxing and regulating medical marijuana increases government revenues, creates jobs, decreases criminal profits, restricts teenage access and lowers government spending.
Medical Cannabis Quick Facts
Here are the facts about Medical Cannabis:
- 36 states have some form of medical cannabis law. In Colorado, Washington State, Oregon, Alaska and Washington D.C., cannabis is available to all adults older than 21. Cannabis is legal in our nation’s capital.
- 57% of the U.S. population lives in a state that allows them to legally obtain medical cannabis for personal use to help improve their quality of life.
- 85% of Americans believe that medical cannabis should legal.
- The U.S. Department of Justice has demonstrated a ‘hands off’ approach to medical cannabis and has deferred to the states so long as the state has a “well-regulated medicinal cannabis system that keeps the product away from children and organized crime.”
- Cannabis has medicinal compounds proven to prevent seizures, nausea, cancer, and Alzheimer’s.
- Regulating and taxing cannabis increases local revenue, lowers teen use, decreases crime, lowers law enforcement costs, and creates new jobs.
- States have had medical cannabis programs since 1996 and verified facts prove that a well-regulated medical cannabis program only benefits the state and local community.