ALABAMA CANNABIS PROGRAM

ALABAMA

Overview:

The state of Alabama legalized low-THC, high-CBD medical cannabis in 2014, through Legislative bill, Senate Bill 174, which provided a legal way for qualifying patients in the state to access and utilize low-THC, high-CBD medical cannabis (no more than 0.3% THC) as a form of treatment for their ailment. Access to medical cannabis is through the University of Alabama that allows the University to provide registered children with CBD oil as part of a clinical study.

Program Timeline:

2014 – Alabama legalized low-THC, high-CBD medical cannabis

TYPES OF BUSINESS

Currently, the state of Alabama does not have a state-wide regulated dispensary system. There are current efforts to legalize medical cannabis and establish a system for patients to gain access.

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