No. Edinburg does not have any dispensaries, as the sale of marijuana is illegal under the Texas Controlled Substances Act. Any individuals caught selling marijuana could face severe penalties under state and local laws.
No. The City of Edinburg does not have any medical marijuana dispensaries. However, individuals qualified to purchase low-THC cannabis can obtain such products from CBD stores.
In Edinburg, adult-use cannabis is not available for purchase, as it is illegal in the city. Additionally, the city has not authorized any dispensaries to sell medical cannabis online. Currently, only three dispensaries in Texas are approved to sell low-THC cannabis. However, Edinburg residents can purchase low-THC products online from any of these three dispensaries and have their orders delivered to their addresses.
In Edinburg, there are no permanent physical locations where cannabis is sold, as the city does not have any dispensaries. However, Texas-approved dispensaries may occasionally set up mobile or temporary dispensing sites in various locations throughout the state, including Edinburg. Only individuals with valid medical marijuana prescriptions will be able to visit the site to pick up their orders if such a site is set up in Edinburg. Such individuals must show valid government-issued IDs, including their name, age, and part of their Social Security Numbers.
At this time, there are no dispensaries in Edinburg. However, if mobile dispensaries or temporary dispensing sites are established in the city, they must comply with state regulations. According to state laws, low-THC cannabis can only be sold to individuals with valid medical marijuana prescriptions. Dispensing sites must ensure that buyers do not exceed the THC limits stated on their prescriptions. Dispensaries are required to ask parents or legal guardians purchasing low-THC cannabis for minors to show valid IDs before making purchases.
Currently, marijuana remains illegal in Edinburg and all locations in Texas. Possessing, using, selling, distributing, producing, growing, or cultivating marijuana can result in charges ranging from a Class C misdemeanor to a Class A felony, depending on the case's specific circumstances.
The reason for these severe penalties is that marijuana is categorized as a Schedule I substance under the Texas Controlled Substances Act. Schedule I substances have a high abuse potential and no accepted medical use. Other substances in this category include LSD and heroin. The severity of the punishment for marijuana offenses depends on the specific drug crime (possession, cultivation, manufacturing, distribution, or sale), the amount of marijuana, and other factors, such as prior criminal records. Individuals involved in manufacturing or distributing illegal drugs may also face federal drug charges, which can result in harsher fines and longer prison sentences.
The Texas Compassionate Use Act (CUA) permitted persons suffering from approved medical conditions under the Texas Compassionate Use Program (TCUP ) to access a restricted form of medical cannabis. The TCUP only allows the use of medical cannabis containing low THC contents. Precisely, under the TCUP, medical cannabis products may contain no more than 1% THC by dry weight. Under the Texas CUA:
Edinburg residents must register in the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT) and get valid medical cannabis prescriptions from TCUP-approved healthcare practitioners
Only individuals with medical conditions approved for low-THC cannabis use under the Texas Compassionate Use Program (TCUP) may register in the CURT
Smoking low-THC cannabis is not allowed
Per state law, medical marijuana cards are not required to access low-THC cannabis in Edinburg or Texas. Hence, Texas does not issue medical marijuana cards under the Compassionate Use Program. In order to obtain medical cannabis in Edinburg, you only need to be included in the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT) and have a prescription issued by a healthcare provider approved under the TCUP. To find a physician who is approved under the TCUP, the Department of Public Safety's website offers a physician search tool.
At your scheduled appointment with a TCUP-approved healthcare provider, the practitioner will determine if you qualify for low-THC use before adding your information to the CURT. If you are a minor, the healthcare provider will also likely include your parent or legal guardian's information in the CURT. To determine that you qualify for low-THC use, the healthcare provider will verify your proof of Edinburg residency and affirm that you have one or more of the following conditions:
Incurable neurodegenerative disease
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
After inclusion in the CURT, you will be issued a medical marijuana prescription that will be verified at the dispensary each time you make a purchase. At the dispensary, you must provide a valid form of identification containing the last five digits of your Social Security Number before you may be permitted to purchase low-THC cannabis.
The consumption of low-THC products is recommended for private residences owned by consumers.
There are no dispensaries within Edinburg from which you may purchase cannabis. Recreational cannabis sales are illegal, but medical marijuana sales, while legal, are not sold at any permanent location in the city. Although a temporary prescription pick-up site may be set up in the city, persons picking up their orders from such facilities must show valid government IDs containing their names, ages, and last five digits of their SSNs.
A pack of 10 mg gummies will cost you around $100, while a 1:1 balanced lozenge with 150 mg CBD or 150 mg THC usually costs around $70. About $160 gets you a 20:1 High-CBD Oral Spray with 10mg of CBD per spray.
Cannabis strains sold to Edinburg residents have only a small concentration of THC. You cannot legally purchase popular strains such as OG Kush, Durban Poison, and Gelato Glue as they contain high THC levels, typically between 20% and 30%. Low-THC products sold in Texas have high concentrations of CBD (cannabidiol).
No, it is illegal to smoke marijuana in public places in Edinburg.
In the City of Edinburg, recreational use of cannabis is prohibited as adult-use cannabis is illegal statewide. However, individuals registered with the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT) who have medical patient prescriptions can have the amounts specified on their prescriptions.
No. Shipping cannabis, whether recreational or medical, is prohibited in Edinburg.
It is not possible to purchase cannabis from online dispensaries in Edinburg. However, Edinburg residents may order low-THC cannabis online from any of the three state-approved weed dispensaries.
No. There are no 24-hour dispensaries in the City of Edinburg.
No. There are no dispensaries in the city.
Although there are no dispensaries in Edinburg, if one were to open in the future, customers would be required to present valid government-issued identification with the last digits of their Social Security Numbers before purchasing low-THC cannabis.
Currently, there are no physical dispensaries in the city of Edinburg where one can purchase low-THC cannabis. However, CURT-registered patients in the city can receive low-THC cannabis through delivery services provided by goodblend (Surterra Wellness), Texas Original, and Fluent.
Although there are no physical dispensaries in Edinburg, if temporary prescription pick-up sites were to operate in the city, they would likely scan buyers' IDs to ensure they are authorized to purchase cannabis.
There are no dispensaries in the City of Edinburg.
There are no dispensaries in the city.
There are no dispensaries in Edinburg.
There are currently no dispensaries in the City of Edinburg. Texas-approved dispensaries selling cannabis to Edinburg patients do not permit them to cover purchases with their health insurance plans.
The City of Edinburg currently does not have any dispensaries licensed to operate within its borders. However, Texas-approved dispensaries that sell low-THC cannabis to patients in the city use the Compassionate Use Registry of Texas (CURT) to track and monitor the purchase of cannabis product sales.
If you are 18 years old or older, you may visit a dispensing location in Edinburg if one were to open. However, currently, there are no such locations in the city. If you are under 18 years of age, any potential prescription pickup site may require the presence of your parent or legal guardian when you visit.
The Texas Department of Public Safety is the low-THC cannabis regulating agency in Edinburg. You may contact the department using the contact information on the DPS website.