You can only receive the amounts of marijuana mentioned in the rules, as you can get if in the store
I had lived in Denver, CO for fifteen years while my husband was serving in the Air Force. My husband lived there when I met him, and when we got married, we moved into his house. I loved Denver, CO, until I had a car accident. I couldn’t drive afterward, and I had a constant pain in the leg that was no longer attached. The doctor told me it was phantom pain, but there was nothing phantom about it. The pain was real and debilitating. He prescribed medical marijuana for me to help ease the pain by relaxing my body and mind. The only thing I didn’t like about using medical marijuana was that I needed to go to the dispensary to pick it up. Once I found out they offered marijuana delivery to some areas in Denver, CO, I could only pray they delivered to my area. I knew that home delivery was permitted in Denver as long as the marijuana business had a delivery permit. You can only receive the amounts of marijuana mentioned in the rules, as you can get if in the store. If you lived in a hotel or apartment building that allowed marijuana on its premises, you could have it delivered to your home. The marijuana delivery driver and the marijuana dispensary must verify the customer lives at the hotel and that the hotel or apartment building does not prohibit marijuana on its premises, before making the delivery. I thought about how much easier this life would be if I hadn’t had the accident, lost my husband in that accident, and I didn’t need medical marijuana.