Marijuana delivery is illegal in Alabama. Although the Alabama medical cannabis program is under development and sales of medical marijuana products are yet to begin, the current medical marijuana law in the state does not permit dispensaries to deliver medical cannabis to patients.
No. Although medical marijuana has been legalized in the state, licenses were only recently issued for the establishment of medical marijuana dispensaries. Hence, legal sales of medical marijuana are yet to begin in Alabama as of June 2023.
No. Recreational marijuana has yet to be legalized in Alabama. Hence, it is an offense to offer recreational marijuana delivery services in the state.
No, you cannot yet order weed online in Alabama. However, with medical marijuana legalized and dispensaries issued licenses to operate, medical marijuana sales are expected to begin in the near future.
You cannot weed for delivery in Alabama.
Weed delivery services do not exist in Alabama.
The state prohibits weed delivery. Hence, no business may be licensed to offer a prohibited service.
You cannot find a weed delivery service as recreational cannabis is illegal, and medical marijuana sales are yet to begin in the state.
No, weed delivery services are not available in the state.
Weed delivery is not available in any Alabama city or municipality.