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Marijuana deliveries in Virginia


Marijuana deliveries in Virginia

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Information About Virginia Weed Delivery

Weed is legal for adults 21 and over in the state of Virginia for both medical use and adult use. The first instance of medical cannabis legislation in Virginia came in 1979 when a provision in the state's criminal code stated that a person wouldn't get prosecuted for possession if he or she had a valid cannabis prescription for glaucoma or chemotherapy. More thorough legislation started in 2017 with a bill that allowed limited cannabis dispensation and cultivation. In 2018, a bill signed into law by the governor expanded access to medical marijuana, and a 2019 bill allowed more medical professionals to issue certifications to patients.

However, it wasn't until April 2021 when Senate Bill 1406 and House Bill 2312 both passed in the Virginia legislature, making adult-use cannabis legal. While the infrastructure does not yet permit retail sales of adult-use cannabis, it's sure to be a topic of discussion in the coming years. Currently, it is legal for adults 21 and older to possess up to one ounce (28.5 grams) of cannabis in any public place.

Cities in Virginia with Marijuana Delivery

While Virginia lawmakers look to allow adult-use cannabis sales, medical marijuana delivery is available throughout the state of Virginia, including:

Virginia Weed Delivery FAQs

Is weed delivery legal in Virginia?

Weed delivery in Virginia is legal, but only if you are a medical marijuana patient or caregiver. You'll need to have a valid written certification from a practitioner in order to receive a cannabis delivery. However, while adult-use marijuana use is legal, sales of adult-use marijuana are not permitted.

How does Virginia weed delivery work?

To receive a cannabis delivery in Virginia, you'll first choose your medical dispensary delivery service. Then, you'll browse the menu and make your selections. Once you've decided on what you want, you'll add the items to your cart and set up a delivery. Then when your driver arrives, you'll need to meet them, pay for the delivery and show valid identification and certification.

Is there a limit to the amount of weed I can order?

Marijuana delivery limits are subject to Virginia state law, which outlines what amount adults can purchase and possess. Medical marijuana patients may receive up to a 90-day supply to treat or alleviate symptoms of their diagnosed condition, as set forth by their practitioner. Since these limits vary, the dispensing facility and pharmaceutical processor may adjust the dispensed amount accordingly. However, patients may not obtain more than four ounces of marijuana flower per 30-day supply.

Can my weed delivery just be left at my door?

No, you or an authorized caregiver will need to be present in order to accept the cannabis delivery. In addition to paying for the products, you'll also need to provide your identification and valid certification to the delivery driver.

Is weed delivery safe?

Yes, weed delivery is safe. In Virginia, cannabis dispensing facilities must be registered with the state's Board of Pharmacy, which regulates producers and also orders third-party lab testing. When meeting your delivery driver, be sure to take all the same precautions as you would when accepting any other kind of delivery.

What types of cannabis products can I buy?

You can buy a wide variety of weed products in Virginia, including edibles, flowers, oils, tinctures, capsules, and more. Since selection can vary from one service to the next, you'll be able to browse the options until you find the right products for your needs.

Where can I consume cannabis in the state of Virginia?

Cannabis consumption is legal in Virginia in private places, although landlords and property owners may set restrictions on consumption in their properties. While Virginia law does prohibit consuming marijuana products in public places, it is no longer a first-time criminal offense and is instead subject to a fine. Weedmaps offers reliable delivery services so you can get medical marijuana delivered to your front door.

What if I want to visit a dispensary?

For those with a medical marijuana card, visiting a dispensing facility is another option in the state. However, those looking for adult-use cannabis will have no such luck, as there are no adult-use cannabis dispensaries yet in Virginia. To find a dispensary near you, check out our list of dispensaries in Virginia.

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