College Station allows patients registered in the Compassionate Use Registry and with valid medical marijuana prescriptions to use weed delivery services in the city. Only medical marijuana delivery is legal in Texas. Persons caught possessing, selling, or delivering recreational marijuana in the city will face harsh punishments.
Yes, medical marijuana delivery is legal in College Station in accordance with the marijuana delivery rules established by the Texas Department of Public Safety.
No. It is illegal to order recreational marijuana for delivery in College Station due to Texas laws banning recreational marijuana.
It is illegal to order recreational marijuana online in College Station. Persons offering recreational marijuana for sale are doing so unlawfully. However, if you are enrolled in the Texas Compassionate Use Program (TCUP), you may order low-THC marijuana products for pickup at an approved prescription pickup facility.
Unlike other jurisdictions with standard purchase limits for weed, medical marijuana patients have varying possession limits in Texas. Physicians under the TCUP considered several factors in determining the appropriate limits for each patient. These limits are stated on the medical marijuana prescriptions issued to the patients and are included in the Texas Compassionate Use Registry. Hence, you can order as much weed as is permitted on your medical marijuana prescription.
The minimum legal age to use weed delivery services in College Station is 18.
The City of College Station allows businesses licensed as dispensing organizations by the Texas Department of Public Safety to provide weed delivery services in the city.
You can find a dispensing organization offering weed delivery services near you in College Station by calling dispensaries in your area and asking about their weed delivery services.
Yes, you must present a valid government photo ID to receive a medical marijuana delivery in the city.