The State of Georgia still categorizes marijuana as a controlled substance under its Controlled Substances Act, making the delivery of the drug illegal in all its jurisdictions. Although you can buy medical marijuana in the form of low-THC oil from authorized dispensaries, no provision has been made by the Georgia Medical Cannabis Commission for low-THC oil delivery to registered patients.
No. The City of Macon has not enforced any law permitting the delivery of medical marijuana. Note that Georgia’s cities, per state law, operate a restricted medical marijuana program where patients are only allowed access to only 20 fluid ounces of low-THC oil. To purchase medical marijuana in Macon, patients must visit licensed dispensaries in person.
No. Since recreational marijuana is illegal statewide in Georgia, it is unlawful to provide or receive a marijuana delivery in Macon.
It is unlawful to order marijuana online in Macon. Recreational marijuana is illegal in the city, and medical marijuana is only available for purchase in-person at retail stores in the form of low-THC oil.
While you can purchase up to 20 fluid ounces of low-THC oil if you visit Macon medical marijuana dispensaries, you cannot order weed for delivery in the city.
It is illegal to provide marijuana delivery services in Macon.
Neither the city nor the state currently issues licenses permitting the delivery of marijuana.
As a result of the restriction on marijuana delivery in the city, there are no legal weed delivery services.
While a low-THC registry ID card is required for in-person purchases at the store, weed delivery is illegal and may not be offered or received in Macon.