Recreational marijuana is illegal in Grand Prairie, but low-THC cannabis products are available to registered marijuana patients. Such patients can only order prescribed amounts of marijuana from licensed medical marijuana dispensaries for delivery in the city. Note that medical cannabis products delivered in Grand Prairie may only contain 0.1% THC.
Yes, medical marijuana delivery is legal in Grand Prairie. Licensed cannabis dispensaries can deliver low-THC cannabis to patients who qualify for the Texas Compassionate Use Program.
No, Texas laws prohibit recreational marijuana activities. Hence, recreational marijuana delivery is illegal in Grand Prairie.
Yes, patients registered in the Compassionate Use Program can order low-THC weed online in Grand Prairie. Licensed medical marijuana dispensaries process online orders on their websites or take orders by phone. However, such dispensaries do not process recreational marijuana orders because it is illegal.
Medical cannabis patients in Grand Prairie can order up to the amount of low-THC cannabis products prescribed by their physicians.
Registered patients must be at least 18 years old to receive low-THC cannabis product deliveries in Grand Prairie. Qualifying patients who are minors require caregivers to use delivery services for their low-THC cannabis prescriptions.
Marijuana dispensaries licensed by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) can legally provide low-THC marijuana delivery services in Grand Prairie.
Registered patients in Grand Prairie can contact Texas-licensed marijuana dispensaries to confirm if they offer delivery services to the city. Currently, three licensed dispensaries in Texas may provide delivery services for low-THC cannabis products.
Yes, medical marijuana patients must present valid government-issued IDs to receive medical marijuana delivery in Grand Prairie.