As Michigan approaches a fully licensed medical marijuana industry, guidelines have been drawn up to allow for provisioning centers to deliver medicine to patients. While this is great news there are a few things to keep in mind about the delivery of medical marijuana and how it will work.
1. Medicine can only be delivered to your home
Medical marijuana can only be delivered to the home of a registered qualifying patient. This means that you must have a valid state certified medical card with a valid government issued ID. A delivery can only be made to the physical home address of a registered qualifying patient and the patient must have both current forms of identification present.
2. You can order up to your legal limit
When you place an order for delivery you can order up to 2.5 ounces, which is the legal limit for purchase within a day. You will be able to place the order online and be able to pay online or with cash upon delivery.
3. Deliveries only during business hours
Home deliveries can only occur during the business hours of the provisioning center that is delivering. So don’t expect to get medicine as late as you can order pizza.