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What are people saying about Cannabis Dispensaries in Little Five Points, Atlanta, GA 30307?

This is a review for Cannabis Dispensaries in Little Five Points, Atlanta, GA 30307:

"I recently stopped in to check out accessories and was pleasantly surprised by the broad selection of products and the friendly service provided by the gentleman working here. The clerk was very patient as I looked through a variety of pipes and other products and took time to explain how each product was used without making me feel silly for not knowing somewhat basic things. Inside, they've got a variety of pipes, hookah and vaping accessories, CBD products, papers, Kratom, and probably a lot more that I don't know about. If you're in need of anything related to tobacco, hookah, herbal accessories, etc, this place will have it. Pro tip: they're willing hook you up with a 10% discount if you follow them on Instagram!"

Georgia State student Camilla Estrada said she supports advocacy of marijuana reform and believes the shop will support the cause.

Cornwell said the shop is the first reform office in Georgia for the Coalition for the Abolition of Marijuana Prohibition (CAMP), which is an advocacy group founded in 1978.

“Basically we have resources for cannabis reformers. We have to have income,” he said. “People aren’t very generous for marijuana reform. I’ve accomplished to ‘kill two birds with one stone’ by having a retail cannabis shop and having an office for reform in one place.”

He said the store’s location was chosen based on the space offered and not on who is next door.

The ‘Medical Cannabis’ sign can be interpreted as a political statement rather than advertising, because the store functions as a retail establishment and a reform office, according to Cornwell.

“We sell a CBD [Cannabidiol] oil that’s THC free, and we’ll be selling lotions and salves and hemp seed, and we have raw pressed virgin hemp oil that’s used for skin and stuff,” he said. “We’ll be having everything that’s just legal. No ganga. No pipes.”

In light of Governor Nathan Deal preparing to sign House Bill 1 (HB 1) into legislation, Cornwell said he does not plan on becoming a dispensary, which is a clinic where medicines are provided, anytime soon.