Recreational Marijuana Home Delivery Available Soon

Soon, recreational marijuana will be able to be delivered to homes in Michigan. The Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) approved the first three businesses for adult-use home delivery this week: Lit Provisioning Centers in Evart, Battle Creek Provisioning in Battle Creek and Nature’s ReLeaf in Burton.

How Can You Get Marijuana Legally Delivered to Your Home?

Like medical marijuana delivery, customers will sign up online to place an order. They must provide an ID to verify they are 21 years old or older. While most payments will be processed online, delivery services are also allowed to accept cash.

Nature’s ReLeaf says that they will deliver to the following metro Detroit communities:

  • Birmingham
  • Bloomfield Township/Bloomfield Hills
  • Clarkston
  • Clawson
  • Commerce
  • Davison
  • Highland
  • Keego Harbor
  • Ortonville
  • Oxford
  • Rochester/Rochester Hills
  • Troy
  • Walled Lake
  • Waterford
  • West Bloomfield
  • White Lake
  • Wolverine Lake

Legal Limits and Rules for Delivery Drivers

Michigan has set the legal limit of 2.5 ounces of bud/shake/trim to purchase at one time. The limit to purchase at once for marijuana concentrates, such as edibles and vape cartridges, is 15 grams. 

There are also rules for delivery drivers, such as:

  • they must be 21 or older,
  • they can’t carry more than 15 ounces of marijuana at a time,
  • the product must be secure if it is left in the vehicle, and 
  • each vehicle must have GPS to identify its location at all times.

Adult-Use Home Delivery Prices

Prices for home delivery have yet to be released. Stay tuned by revisiting this blog for updates on Michigan’s adult-use home delivery market. As of Dec. 26th, 2019, only 45 cannabis businesses possess statewide adult-use licenses. 

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Sydney Fairman is the Social Media Marketing Specialist for the Law Offices of Barton Morris and Cannabis Legal Group. While at Central Michigan University, Sydney was an active member of Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority and held various internships, leadership and part-time positions. These places of employment include the City of Mt. Pleasant, Grand Central Magazine, Mackinac State Historic Parks and WCMU Public Media (PBS). She graduated in May 2018 with a Bachelors Degree in Applied Arts in Integrative Public Relations and minor in Journalism. Sydney comes to us after her first position post-college with Gale, a Cengage Company as a Marketing Associate. She possesses a passion for writing, marketing and graphic design and showcases this on Cannabis Legal Group's website and social media channels.


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