It may not be as easy as ordering pizza, but cannabis delivery is a viable option for many consumers in the United States. Delivery is not simply for lazy customers; many patients are unable to make frequent trips to the dispensary and having their medicine brought to them offers the best way to ensure safe access. Sure California, Washington, and Nevada license delivery services, but so do some surprising other states.
Arizona legalized medicinal cannabis use in 2010. While many are aware of that, some may not realize the state’s Medical Marijuana Act permits cannabis delivery. In order to receive cannabis at home, patients must be registered medical marijuana patients or caregivers. Companies offering delivery in Arizona vary by location; check AZmarijuana.com for local services.
After years of delays, Maryland finally got its medicinal cannabis program off the ground in 2017. Patients and caregivers who are registered with the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission are eligible to receive delivery from dispensaries. Operators must do their due diligence and make sure patients are registered. Patients are required