How to Order Weed Online? Can I Order Weed Delivery?
Is it Possible to Deliver Marijuana Using Amazon?
You've probably heard about the scandal with marijuana delivery by Amazon, when a couple accidentally received 42 kilos of cannabis instead of plastic kitchen containers. After this incident, you are likely to ask yourself - how can I order marijuana delivery and start considering various options for buying cannabis online, to skip going to the store or even out-of-state.
Unfortunately, we have to disappoint you. Purchasing marijuana in the Colorado is mainly carried out in person upon by presenting your ID to verify that you are 18 or 21 years old, depending on the type of store where you plan to shop at, and on the premises of a licensed retailer/medical store, though a handful of states do allow in-state delivery. Transporting marijuana products outside the state where it is allowed, whether to another state or another country is strictly prohibited by federal authorities. Keep in mind that you can not even have cannabis in your possession on federal grounds, which include airports, national parks, etc.
All these laws and regulations cover delivery and purchase of cannabis, as well as marijuana infused products such as edibles, concentrates, topicals and other items containing THC. Thus, you should be wary of any offers you see online regarding delivery of weed / marijuana / cannabis - it is illegal and entails criminal liability. Do not play around, this is a serious offense. You can buy THC containing goods directly at a recreational dispensary - all you need is to be over 21 and have a valid ID. See cannabis menu.
There is only one option for placing an online order and that is to reserve the goods while seeing the prices on the website. You can check out photos, descriptions, THC levels, then reserve the products at a fixed cost and personally pick them up in the store. For your convenience we have also provided an option of calling an Uber car using our website.
Inside CannaMart, a Greenwood Village "wellness counseling" center that connects medical- marijuana patients with the medicine they seek
Earlier today, we told you about a lawsuit aimed at Centennial for closing CannaMart, a medical marijuana dispensary, in mid-October.
A medical marijuana dispensary that had already filed a lawsuit against Centennial is now suing the City of Littleton for denying it a license to operate.
Earlier today, we told you about a lawsuit aimed at Centennial for closing CannaMart, a medical-marijuana dispensary, in mid-October.
Arapahoe County District Judge Christopher Cross ruled Wednesday that the city of Centennial could not use federal law as a justification
Despite a preliminary court victory last December, CannaMart, Centennial’s now-closed medical-marijuana dispensary, will not be allowed to reopen in the city anytime soon.
Thieves target a medical marijuana dispensary in what police believe was supposed to be a quick smash and grab.
Yet, in October, the city of Centennial decided to close down his East Arapahoe Road office down.
CannaMart’s three-year battle with the city appears to be nearing an end, thanks to an open slot in the four-dispensary limit.
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