Weed Delivery in Merced
Conveniently located to serve the areas of Modesto, Merced, Atwater, Fresno and the Central Valley
Weed delivery in Merced is a popular service Medallion Wellness offers in Merced County. If you live in Merced, Fergus, or Bear Creek, contact us for convenient and affordable weed delivery.
- 1 Quick and Affordable Delivery for Weed
- 2 About Weed Delivery in Merced County
- 3 Delivery Hours
- 4 Menu of Products
- 5 Medallion Wellness Delivery Map
- 6 Benefits of Weed Delivery in Merced?
- 7 How Much Does Weed Delivery Cost Near Me?
- 8 FAQ
- 9 References
Quick and Affordable Delivery for Weed
Whether you work from home or have to travel to work, your time is valuable. Life is short and we all want to make the most of it. Contact Medallion Wellness about our weed delivery options.
About Weed Delivery in Merced County
We deliver Medical Adult Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA) compliant weed products including flower, edibles, and concentrate. To learn more about weed in California, follow our blog.
*Delivery minimums vary by location.
Delivery is offered in Modesto from 8 a.m. – 9 p.m., 7 days a week
If you wonder if we can deliver on any holiday, please call our Merced dispensary at (209) 635-5983.
All orders should be placed through our online menu. Popular products for our weed delivery service include:
Medallion Wellness Delivery Map
Benefits of Weed Delivery in Merced?
Weed has many therapeutic benefits that have been supported by studies including treatment of cancer pain, chronic pain, neuropathic pain, and more. Additionally, early studies suggest the use of weed might limit the rates of opioid use for pain.
- Don’t waste your time stuck in traffic
- Spend time at home or work free from stress
- Ensure your privacy
- Easy online ordering process
How Much Does Weed Delivery Cost Near Me?
Our delivery minimums vary based on your location. Contact us and ask about wherever you are at and we can inform you. Our Merced dispensary can be reached at (209) 635-5983.
How old do I need to be to order weed delivery?
The Adult Use Marijuana Act (AUMA) sets the guidelines for recreational weed use and delivery in California. Currently, adults over 21-years-old may purchase and use recreational weed. Adults over 18-years-old may purchase and use medicinal cannabis.
What’s the daily maximum on weed delivery?
The AUMA determines the maximum purchase amount for both flower and concentrate products. For flower, the maximum amount for purchase and delivery per day for recreational patients is 28.5 grams. For concentrate products, the maximum amount for delivery and purchase in a single day is 8 grams.
Can I transport the weed I ordered myself?
Pursuant to California Vehicle Code 23222, it is illegal to smoke, ingest, or consume weed while driving a motor vehicle. You may transport weed in a closed and sealed container in the cabin of your vehicle. If any product is not sealed, it must be transported in the trunk of a vehicle.
Can I get weed delivered to my work?
We can deliver to any private property. But you should not violate any restrictions placed by the property owner.
Where can I smoke or consume my weed?
According to the AUMA, you may consume marijuana in and on any private property with the permission of the property owner. You may not consume any weed products in a public location.
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