The Maryland Cannabis Administration (MCA) issues licenses to medical marijuana dispensaries interested in offering weed delivery services. Qualifying cannabis patients must register to use marijuana delivery services in Maryland. Although the sale of recreational marijuana in Maryland will begin in July 2023, dispensaries are prohibited from delivering cannabis to recreational users.
Yes, Maryland permits marijuana delivery to patients registered under the Medical Cannabis Program. According to the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) § 10.62.30.04, licensed medical marijuana dispensaries can deliver cannabis products to patients and caregivers with valid MMCC Patient ID cards.
No, recreational marijuana delivery is currently illegal in Maryland. Although the state legalized recreational marijuana following the passage of the Cannabis Reform Act of 2023, recreational marijuana delivery is still illegal.
Yes. Most medical marijuana dispensaries licensed by the Maryland Cannabis Administration (MCA) provide online stores for patients and caregivers on their websites. Beginning July 2023, adults, aged 21 or older, can order weed online from MCA-licensed recreational marijuana dispensaries.pdf). However, dispensaries cannot deliver these orders to buyers’ addresses.
After making online orders, approved medical marijuana dispensaries may deliver cannabis products to patients’ homes. Alternatively, patients can use the curbside pickup options provided by the dispensaries to get their orders. Some dispensaries offer same-day cannabis delivery services in certain locations. Some Maryland dispensaries also accept phone orders. It is advisable to check a dispensary’s website to find out what marijuana delivery service is available.
Maryland weed delivery rules permit registered patients or caregivers to purchase up to 120 grams of usable cannabis within a 30-day period. The marijuana purchase limit for medical patients is the same whether buying at retail stores or ordering from online shops for home delivery. Recreational marijuana delivery remains illegal in Maryland.
Patients must be 18 years or older to use Maryland weed delivery services. Adult caregivers aged 21 or older can also use marijuana delivery services in Maryland to purchase cannabis products for patients who are minors.
Only weed dispensaries approved by the Maryland Cannabis Administration are allowed to provide marijuana delivery services to registered patients and caregivers. Without obtaining marijuana dispensary licenses, third-party delivery companies such as Uber Eats are not allowed to deliver cannabis products in Maryland.
Registered cannabis patients and caregivers in Maryland can look up the MMMC medical marijuana dispensary directory for weed delivery services near them. Each marijuana dispensary website in the directory provides information on the dispensary’s cannabis delivery services, operational hours, and locations. Patients and caregivers can also visit medical marijuana dispensaries near them to inquire about their delivery services.
Yes. When receiving cannabis orders, patients and caregivers must present the following IDs to delivery agents:
Patients may also need to provide copies of written medical certifications if requested by the delivery agents.
Weed delivery services are not available in every city and county in Maryland. Generally, Maryland municipalities that permit medical marijuana dispensaries also allow weed delivery to registered patients and caregivers.