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Get Ready for Medical Marijuana, Georgia!

Halcyon Organics officially launches on Monday, January 6, 2014.  We are very excited!

We aren’t sure how the State of Georgia is going to welcome us.  I hope that they behave just as professionally and compassionately as we do.

Halcyon Organics is advocating that Georgia legalize non-psychoactive medical marijuana strains and products.  This means that we allow the use of strains that have low levels of THC and high percentages of CBD, CBN, CBC, CBG and the other flavonoids and terpenoids.

This means that we truly want “medical” marijuana.

We know that THC has medicinal value.  We also know that THC can cause impairment and dependency.

We are in Georgia.  We just earned the right to buy alcohol on Sunday a few years ago.

Colorado has built a regulate and tax model, but they still have not worked out the kinks in stoned drivers and teen access.  Halcyon Organics wants to avoid the debates concerning stoned drivers and ‘gateway drugs’ until other states have figured it out.

I know that the marijuana legalization ‘base’ doesn’t like our approach because of its restrictive nature.  However, we are not here to help people get high.  If you want to get high, go buy a quarter.  It’s only a misdemeanor IF you get caught.

Halcyon Organics’ mission is to change laws so that our doctors and scientists can begin unlocking the medicinal value of this plant.  We want to develop products that prevent Alzheimer’s and meta-static cancers.  We want to provide relief to people who suffer from MS and AIDS.

This isn’t about getting high, this about elevating our quality of life.

By: , founder and ceo of Halcyon Organics.

© 2014 Halcyon Organics

 

13 replies
  1. John Blankenship
    John Blankenship says:

    What is the purpose of starting a new movement targeting non-psychoactive forms of marijuana ONLY? What is your reasoning, what is your medical background, and did you bother contacting the two major legalization organizations in the state of Georgia (that have already laid substantial groundwork) before building your website? Are you aware that the Georgia CARE project already has draft legislation in place? Or that Peachtree NORML has worked tirelessly to keep this issue in front of people?

    ” know that the marijuana legalization ‘base’ doesn’t like our approach because of its restrictive nature. However, we are not here to help people get high. If you want to get high, go buy a quarter. It’s only a misdemeanor IF you get caught.”
    Yeah, good luck with that.

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    • Daniel
      Daniel says:

      Dear John,

      Thanks for reading and providing your feedback. I’m sorry you do not support our cause. We support using marijuana to enrich and save lives. Happy 2014!

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    • Daniel
      Daniel says:

      Hi Josh,
      We consider compounds that control children’s seizures and prevent our seniors from suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease ‘good stuff’. I re-emphasize that we are well aware of THC’s medicinal value, however, Georgia does not yet have a system in place to mitigate it’s side effects. Halcyon Organics’ business is saving people’s lives, not getting them high.

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      • brandie solaro
        brandie solaro says:

        Hi, my daughter has Cerbral. Palsy and a sleep disorder. I came across this website and i am reachinf out. Can you all help my daughter?

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  2. Byron
    Byron says:

    Having lived with a spinal cord injury along with PTSD and having had to deal with all of the side effects since 2007, I can definitely appreciate your approach. In December of 2007 I was the victim of an attempted armed robbery/carjacking incident that took place on North Ave. During the incident I was shot in the back and paralyzed from level T3 down. It’s left me with horrible uncontrollable, involuntarily muscle spasms that prevent me from even being able to get in/out of my wheel chair and roll around at times. The slug was left in my spinal canal and causes a great deal of pain on a daily basis as well. These are only a couple symptoms of the paralysis that’s changed my life in many ways.

    The resulting depression, anxiety, and PTSD caused from this incident has been a nightmare at times. There are medications that have been prescribed to me for all the symptoms I’ve listed. They all have some pretty intense side effects and in combination, I’ve found them all to be more trouble than they’re worth. Some have caused me problems and I’ve stopped taking almost all of them. I’m aware of how much medical marijuana could improve my quality of life, as well as so many others I’ve encountered in similar situations. Therefor, I applaud you for being one of the first and leading the way in MMJ in GA. Please shoot me an email and let me know if there’s any way at all that I can get involved and please keep me updated.

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  3. brandie solaro
    brandie solaro says:

    My daughter has cerbral palsy and we are looking for treatment that can help with her diagnosis(s). Seeing this website, i wanted to post a comment to see who i can reach out to and how can i get her the help she needs.

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  4. Bryan
    Bryan says:

    I have 30 screws 3 rods and 2 plates ranging from my back all the way down to my right foot.I also have to take 10mg of Xanax daily for anxiety.the pain meds and other meds they have me on are so addicting but marijuwana is not.I can smoke for 5 years and then quit and have no withdraws.I have also never of anyone over dosing on marijuwana.Even if they don’t make it legal in ga. I will smoke till I die.WE WILL SEE WHO WINS THE FIGHT OVER LEGAL MARIJUWANA IN GEORGIA,I WILL DO EVERY THING IN MY POWER TO MAKE SURE IT GETS LEGAL IN GEORGIA……….WHATCH ME DO WHAT EVER I HAVE TO

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  5. Smith
    Smith says:

    How do they regulate drunk drivers never heard of a person under the influence of marijuana killing a whole family in car accident

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    • Smith
      Smith says:

      I also have degenerative disc disease in my lower back and marijuana helps me move and work with less pain and does not effect my work ethic some people just take it to far

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  6. zoie
    zoie says:

    I was in Colorado a few weeks ago and found they have a pretty good setup for recreational marijuana. I saw no car accidents or kids getting into the dispensary. Georgia should make it happen.

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    • Daniel
      Daniel says:

      Hello,
      You’re right and statistics back up your observation. Regulating cannabis for adult use yields only positive results. A recent CDC study showed that in states that legalized cannabis, the availability of cannabis on high school campuses is decreasing. Conversely, in cannabis prohibition states like Georgia, cannabis use amongst teenagers is increasing. Our government has been hijacked by extremists and special interests. That’s why everything seems stupid. Look at our GOP and DNC choices for president. Shameful.

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