Low-THC cannabis delivery, often referred to as medical marijuana delivery, is available to Dallas patients registered in the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT). However, with recreational marijuana prohibited in Texas, it is illegal to use or provide recreational marijuana delivery in Dallas. You must have your valid ID for when delivery arrives. If your guardian or parent is receiving your delivery, the individual will be required to show an acceptable ID.
Yes, you can use a Dallas medical marijuana delivery service if you are a medical cannabis patient registered with the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT).
No, there are no legal Dallas recreational marijuana delivery services. The city, in accordance with the state's prohibition on recreational marijuana, bans the possession and delivery of adult-use marijuana.
Medical marijuana, that is, low-THC cannabis, accessible to CURT-registered patients, can be ordered online in Dallas. However, it is illegal to order recreational marijuana in the city.
You can only order as much low-THC cannabis as is stated on your unexpired medical marijuana prescription issued in the CURT. This amount varies from one patient to the other.
Usually, licensed dispensary organizations only allow patients aged 18 or older to use medical marijuana delivery services. Your parent or guardian may have to use the service to obtain low-THC cannabis for you if you are under the age of 18.
The Texas Department of Public Safety only allows licensed dispensing organizations to offer delivery services for low-THC marijuana in the city.
Medical marijuana delivery services are few in Dallas. To find out if any of the three currently licensed dispensaries offer delivery services in your area, visit the websites of the dispensaries. To find their web addresses, search online for “marijuana delivery near me” or “Dallas medical marijuana delivery”.
You must have a valid ID, such as a Texas driver’s license to pick up your low-THC marijuana delivery.