Weed delivery is only available for medical cannabis patients in St. George because Utah has yet to legalize recreational marijuana. State-licensed medical cannabis pharmacies and cannabis couriers can legally deliver medicinal marijuana in any part of the city. However, weed delivery recipients must present their state-issued medical marijuana cards at the point of delivery.
Yes. Registered medical cannabis patients in St. George can legally use medical marijuana delivery services in compliance with Rule 9 of the Utah Office of Administrative Rules.
No. Utah has not legalized adult-use cannabis, so it is unlawful to use or provide a recreational marijuana delivery service in St. George.
Yes. Some Utah-licensed medical cannabis pharmacies (medical marijuana dispensaries) offer cannabis sales services online. Registered marijuana patients in St. George can order cannabis products by phone or online from such pharmacies. However, it is essential to ask if a pharmacy offers delivery service before ordering marijuana products, as not all licensed dispensaries in Utah do.
A medical cannabis patient in St. George may only order an amount of cannabis sufficient for 30 days of treatment based on their physician's recommendation within a 30-day period. No order must exceed 113 grams of cannabis flowers and 20 grams of combined THC in other medical marijuana forms.
At age 18, a qualifying medical marijuana patient in St. George can order medical cannabis for delivery in the city. Patients who are minors can have their caregivers use weed delivery services on their behalf.
Utah-licensed medical cannabis pharmacies and cannabis couriers can provide weed delivery services to registered medical marijuana patients in St. George. Typically, cannabis pharmacies make weed deliveries through their employees or courier agents to patients' or caregivers' residential addresses.
St. George residents who are registered in the Utah Medical Cannabis Program can ask local cannabis pharmacies in their areas if they offer delivery options. The state's Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) also provides a list of cannabis pharmacies with home delivery services.
A patient or caregiver must present their medical cannabis card to receive a medical marijuana delivery in St. George. They can provide a printed copy of their card or show the delivery agent an electronic copy saved on their mobile device from the Electronic Verification System (EVS).