Recreational marijuana is unlawful in Lewisville, but patients registered in the Compassionate Use Program (CUP) can use low-THC marijuana products in the city. Licensed dispensaries can deliver medical cannabis products containing no more than 0.1% THC to registered patients in Lewisville.
Yes, medical marijuana dispensaries can deliver low-THC marijuana products in Lewisville to patients enrolled in the Texas Compassionate Use Program (CUP).
No, commercial cannabis activities are illegal in Texas. Therefore, recreational marijuana delivery is unlawful in Lewisville.
Yes, but only registered cannabis patients in Lewisville can order low-THC cannabis products online or over the phone from licensed dispensing organizations. It is illegal to order recreational marijuana for delivery in the city.
Registered cannabis patients in Lewisville can order up to the quantity of low-THC cannabis products prescribed by their doctors in the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT).
Patients enrolled in the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas must be at least 18 years old to use weed delivery services in Lewisville. Under-18 patients require the assistance of their parents or legal guardians to order or receive low-THC cannabis products.
All three dispensing organizations licensed by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) can provide low-THC weed delivery services in Lewisville.
Registered cannabis patients in Lewisville can contact any of the licensed dispensaries in Texas to inquire about their weed delivery services. Currently, the DPS only approves three dispensaries in Texas to offer delivery services for low-THC cannabis products.
Yes, anyone receiving low-THC medical cannabis delivery in Lewisville must present their valid government-issued IDs during delivery.