"I’d like to get cannabis CBD products for seizures and PTSD. Do I need to travel to another state?"
Tennessee permits hemp-derived CBD products. Hemp is a variety of the cannabis sativa L. species that contains very little (less than 1%) amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the primary psychoactive ingredient in cannabis. Tennessee only recognizes one qualifying medical condition, and that is intractable seizures. Unfortunately, there are no state-licensed dispensaries, and home cultivation is prohibited. Currently, you must obtain cannabis oil lawfully in another state to possess it in Tennessee. The product must be in a bottle labeled by the manufacturer showing it contains no more than 0.9% THC; and you’ll also need to have “a legal order or recommendation” from the other state showing you suffer from intractable seizures.
If you are looking for CBD products I was recommended by one of the budtenders at my Dispensary, which had too little CBD products at the time, Green Gopher "#2 in Leafly’s List of SoCal best dispensaries spring 2016" to check out https://buylegalmeds(.)com . I know the websites name is very shady sounding but after a lot of research it was seemingly credible. It appeared in a number of MMJ web blogs and sponsers a few ‘Weedtuber’. I got a few of the products, which they do have a variety of, & they are on par with the CBD tinctures and concentrates I get medically and am sure it can arrive to Tennesse. If it’s worth the time and in desperate need I would atleast check it out.