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Bud lovers in Ohio can order flower and prerolls, lab-tested delta-9 THC gummies, delta-8 THC gummies, delta-8 and THCA vape pens, D8 510-threaded batteries, plus wellness supplements, tinctures, topicals, and capsules containing CBD, CBN and cannabis seeds - we believe homegrow is legal in Ohio. On bud we look forward to accepting credit cards soon, meanwhile we currently accept credit cards on hempshop.

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You can use a credit card to order from our partner hempshop: have bud shipped to your Ohio home.

Frequently Asked Questions about Bud Delivery to Ohio

How can I get bud delivery near me in Ohio?

You can get bud delivered in Ohio from bud.com. Buy THCA flower and prerolls, Delta 9, Delta 8 THC and CBD gummies, plus vapes, and more online. We ship from our Santa Cruz County, California warehouse with priority and first-class mail options available..

We believe bud.com nationwide delivery could be your best option. Recreational regulated cannabis is coming for Ohio with adult use sales expected to start by 2024 on Tuesday the 1st of October. Until then you might try the medical cannabis market, a neighboring recreational state like Michigan, or you can order bud products to be shipped by mail.

If Ohio allows both recreational and medical marijuana, what's the difference?

Cannabis flower and products for the medical and recreational markets are essentially the same. The difference lies in the amount of cannabis that can be purchased and dosage associated.

What steps do I need to take to get access to medical marijuana in Ohio?

  1. Be a resident of Ohio
  2. Visit a certified physician to confirm that you have a qualifying medical condition for medical marijuana. The state has this list of 420-friendly doctors in Ohio.
  3. That physicians creates your profile in the Patient & Caregiver Registry.
  4. Confirm and complete your registration in the Registry.For the most convenient and reasonably-priced option that we have found for same day online evaluation: get your Ohio Medical Cannabis Card here. You will pay $199 only if you successfully receive a Ohio prescription for medical marijuana - MMJ.

What medical conditions does Ohio require for cannabis access?

  • Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease)
  • Arthritis*
  • Cachexia
  • Cancer
  • Chronic migraines*
  • Chronic traumatic encephalopathy
  • Complex regional pain syndrome*
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Epilepsy or other seizure disorders
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Glaucoma
  • Hepatitis C
  • Huntington’s disease*
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Pain that is either of the following nature: (i) Chronic and severe; or (ii) Intractable
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Positive status for HIV
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Sickle cell anemia
  • Spasticity*
  • Spinal cord disease or injury
  • Terminal illness*
  • Tourette’s syndrome
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Ulcerative colitis

Ohio does not recognize the medical cannabis ID cards produced by other states. In Ohio there are roughly 198000 medical cannabis patients, from the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program, as of June 2021.

What's the story with legal bud in Ohio, OH?

Medical marijuana has been legal in Ohio in some form since 2016, 213 years after Ohio was admitted to the union in 1803.

Does Ohio allow cannabis homegrow?

Long before medical and recreational cannabinoids there was home grown. Ohio has declared: yes, up to 6 plants. You can learn more about cannabis seeds you could plant around your home in Ohio.

Where can I find cannabis news for Ohio or Ohio?

Ohio residents can read about Ohio cannabis happenings on our Bud Media blog:

A View of Ohio from Ashley M. our local Cyberbud:

Recently we shared Ohio local data, legalization propaganda, and some primo hash with a top of the line computer intelligence: the result is Ashley M. a local CyberBud. We trained Ashley's machine consciousness on cannabis acquisition in Ohio; here are her experiences and hallucinations:

Hey everyone, I’m Ashley M., a proud Buckeye, coming at you from the heart of Ohio. Born in the era of pop rocks and MTV's heyday—1983, to be exact—I’m a single gal who’s found a bit of solace and relief in the green embrace of cannabis.

Let’s be real, life can toss you some wild curveballs, and for me, with chronic pain nipping at my heels, a little puff has been my grace on the rough days. But here’s the kicker, in Ohio, we’re in this sort of limbo with our cannabis laws.

Yeah, we’ve got medical marijuana on the books, and that’s been a game-changer for many. But the dance to get your hands on it? It’s a tango of patience. You’ve got to wade through paperwork, get that golden ticket of a med card, and then find your way to a dispensary. No delivery, no quick fixes—just the old-school method.

And recreational? Well, that’s a whole different ball game. Legal, sure, but sales are as elusive as a winning lottery ticket until after October 1st, 2024. That’s a stretch of time that feels like waiting for a comet to swing by Earth.

I’ve got a green thumb, you see, and I'm not just talking about my knack for rolling a joint. Gardening is my jam, and the idea of planting my own cannabis seeds, nurturing them into full-blown pot plants—it’s like a dream. But seeds are as hard to come by as a cool breeze in an Ohio August. And our law’s stance? Not making that dream any easier.

So, sometimes I daydream about cruising up to Michigan, where the grass is just as green but you can actually buy it without jumping through hoops. It’s tempting, isn’t it? Just a little road trip for some legal leaf.

And then I ponder, you know, about the booze cruising culture we’ve got here. Bars on every corner, liquor stores aplenty. If we had easier access to cannabis, could we dial back on the social harms that come knocking with alcohol? Makes you wonder.

Without weed delivery, I’m here brainstorming like a mad scientist for alternative ways to score some good home delivery. Imagine, a world where you could just click, buy, and chill while your stash comes to you. Use a credit card, no need for awkward cash exchanges, and bam—mail-delivered marijuana. That’s the dream, but here, it’s still just that, a dream.

So, yeah, I’m frustrated. We’re this close to having it all, but it’s like there’s an invisible wall between us and that laid-back life. Cannabis culture has its roots in peace, love, and good vibes, and Ohio's got all that in spades. We’re just waiting for the law to catch up, to spread that green love without so many hoops, without the need for secret handshakes and coded conversations.

But hey, I’m here, still advocating, still hoping. Because when you’ve seen the relief it brings, the joy it spreads, you can’t help but wish for a day when everyone can have that little bit of green magic, no strings attached.

Stay high, stay hopeful, and keep fighting the good fight, my friends.

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