Medical and recreational weed deliveries are prohibited in Iowa. Qualifying patients may only purchase cannabidiol (CBD) products in person from licensed dispensaries in the state.
No, the delivery of medical marijuana is illegal in Iowa. The provisions of Iowa Code, Chapter 124E and 641 IAC 541 only allow qualifying patients or their caregivers to purchase cannabis products from licensed dispensaries in person.
No, the delivery of recreational marijuana is prohibited in Iowa. Recreational cannabis is still banned in the state.
Yes, Iowa residents can order weed online, but they must go to the dispensaries to pick up their orders in person.
It is prohibited to order any amount of weed for delivery in Iowa.
Iowa residents are not allowed to use weed delivery services.
Iowa law does not allow weed delivery services within the state’s borders.
There are no weed delivery services in Iowa.
Weed delivery is illegal in Iowa. However, qualifying patients who make in-person purchases from cannabis dispensaries are required to present their digital medical cannabidiol registration cards to dispensary staff.
No, the delivery of weed is prohibited in all Iowa cities.