Weed delivery services are unavailable in Roswell, even though Georgia has a low-THC oil program enabling qualifying patients' access to low-THC cannabis oil. In compliance with state laws, registered patients must visit Georgia-licensed dispensaries in person whenever they need to fill their low-THC oil prescriptions.
No, medical marijuana delivery is illegal in Roswell. Although Georgia, Roswell's home state, has a low-THC Oil Registry permitting registered patients with certain debilitating conditions to use low-THC cannabis oil, delivery is prohibited.
No, it is illegal for anyone to receive a recreational marijuana delivery in Roswell. Adult-use cannabis is still prohibited in Georgia.
No, low-THC cannabis patients in Roswell cannot order their prescriptions online. Per HB 324, Georgia's Hope Act, low-THC oil may only be dispensed to registered patients at licensed dispensaries.
It is illegal to use weed delivery services in Roswell in line with state laws.
No person can use marijuana delivery services in Roswell, regardless of age.
It is unlawful for anyone or business, including Georgia-licensed dispensaries, to provide weed delivery services in Roswell. Georgia’s Hope Act considers low-THC cannabis oil delivery a felony offense of trafficking in low-THC oil.
There are no marijuana delivery services in Roswell.
No. It is illegal to deliver cannabis, including low-THC oil, to anyone in Roswell.