Weed delivery is legal in New Mexico and is available to adults aged 21 or older and medical marijuana patients aged 18 or older. You must have your ID card ready for when the delivery service provider arrives to be able to receive your order. An order can only be delivered to the address stated on your medical marijuana order.
Yes, medical marijuana delivery is legal in New Mexico. Among the stipulations of the Lynn and Erin Compassionate Use Act passed in 2007 is the provision for medical marijuana delivery to qualified persons in the state. Note that medical marijuana deliveries can only be made to the address listed on a patient or caregiver’s medical marijuana card.
New Mexico allows licensed cannabis dispensaries to sell medical and recreational marijuana online. New Mexico dispensaries may use their own delivery services if they have the relevant license or contract with state-registered cannabis courier services to deliver marijuana to their customers.
There are no differences between the quantities you may purchase online or in-store at New Mexico licensed cannabis dispensaries. You can order up to 2 ounces of cannabis, 16 grams of cannabis extract, and 800 milligrams of edible cannabis. Medical marijuana patients are not permitted to order more than 8 ounces of medical cannabis over a 30-day period. Note that cannabis sales are monitored to ensure compliance with state-imposed limits.
You must be 21 years or older to use recreational weed delivery services in New Mexico. If you are a medical marijuana patient registered with the state, you can use a medical weed delivery service at 18. Minors registered with the state’s medical marijuana program can have their designated caregivers use medical weed delivery services on their behalf.
Only licensed marijuana courier licensees are allowed to provide weed delivery services in New Mexico. It is illegal to participate in an unlicensed delivery of marijuana in the state. Hence, to provide weed delivery services, you must obtain a marijuana courier license from the Cannabis Control Division of the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department.
Not all New Mexico marijuana dispensaries offer weed delivery services. Also, the dispensaries offering weed delivery services often have specific coverage areas. Hence, to find a New Mexico weed delivery service near you, contact nearby dispensaries to find out if they deliver cannabis to buyers. You can search online using the term “marijuana delivery near me” or “New Mexico weed delivery service near me” to find dispensaries offering weed delivery services. Alternatively, you can find directories online listing local dispensaries offering marijuana delivery services.
Although a pre-verification of your identity would have been done through a CCD-approved electronic system when you placed an order, you must still have your valid government-issued identification card and a medical cannabis program registry identification card ready, if applicable, when receiving your order.
New Mexico does not allow its jurisdictions to completely prohibit the operation of licensed cannabis establishments. However, New Mexico dispensaries may not offer delivery services in all cities in the state. It is important to verify with a retailer that the business offers delivery services in your city before ordering online from the dispensary. Many of New Mexico's licensed dispensaries list the areas where delivery services are available on their websites. To find the web addresses of these dispensaries, search online using the term "marijuana dispensaries near me."