The Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis Commission (GMCC) allows medical cannabis dispensaries to provide low-THC products for eligible patients in Columbus. However, dispensaries are prohibited from delivering them in Columbus. Patients and caregivers registered by the Georgia Department of Public Health may only obtain low-THC oil by visiting licensed dispensaries in the city. Recreational weed delivery is illegal in all Georgia cities, including Columbus.
No, medical marijuana delivery is illegal in Columbus. The Haleigh’s Hope Act approved medical cannabis in the form of low-THC oil for eligible patients. However, the Act prohibits cannabis retailers from providing weed delivery services to patients.
Recreational marijuana delivery is illegal in Columbus due to the statewide ban on recreational marijuana use and possession.
Registered patients and caregivers with Low-THC Oil Patient Registry Cards in Columbus can order low-THC oil online from approved dispensaries. After placing their orders, they must visit the dispensaries to pick up their low-THC oil supplies.
Weed delivery is prohibited in Columbus and all Georgia cities. Patients and caregivers must visit the medical marijuana dispensary in Columbus with their registry cards to purchase low-THC products.
Medical marijuana users cannot use weed delivery services in Columbus, regardless of age.
Licensed dispensaries are prohibited from providing low-THC oil delivery in Columbus.
Weed delivery is illegal in Columbus.
Columbus patients cannot receive weed delivery. They must visit licensed dispensaries for their low-THC oil needs.