(619) 268-6658

Delivery Hours:
11:00AM-9:00PM 7 days a week

Frequently Asked Questions

Please read our FAQ before sending us a message.

Our policies are designed to create a safe and fair environment for all OG Deliveries members. Becoming familiar with the law can help you avoid unintentionally breaking any rules or regulations.

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You must have a recommendation from a California Licensed Medical Physician for an appropriate disease, condition or disorder that allows for the use of medical marijuana. If you do not yet have a physician’s recommendation, please see the links provided or e-mail us for a list of compassionate physicians who can provide you with one.

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Please present your California Driver License or California ID as well as your unexpired original Physician’s Recommendation to our driver every time you obtain Medical Cannabis delivered from OG DELIVERIES.

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OG Deliveries must be paid on delivery to our sales staff using COD (Cash On Delivery). We accept exact cash donations plus voluntary tip amounts, however to enhance the safety and security of our drivers and members we carry a small amount of change, no more than $20 at a time if that. This will minimize the chance for any criminal activity, ensure
precise booking and tax remittal, as well as ensure safe transaction
environment for both you and our delivery concierge.. PLEASE BE READY AND AVAILABLE.

-4-When our driver arrives at your residence , please ask all non patients to leave the area where you and the driver will be making the transaction. Alternatively, you and the driver can convene in a separate room in your home to facilitate the transaction. We will not engage in the transaction with non patients, children, or any other individual that did not place the order, present. Alternatively, if we are delivering to a place of business, you must provide a private room for us to conduct the transaction (no bathrooms, not in the parking lot, not in our delivery driver's car). Furthermore, we will not deliver to any schools (pre school, grade school, high school, charter school, university, etc) or government buildings.

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OG DELIVERIES collects and remits California Sales Tax on each order.

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Medication is for personal use only. Resale, sharing or redistribution of medication obtained from OG DELIVERIES is strictly prohibited. Any indication to the contrary will result in immediate expulsion and termination of your collective membership privileges.

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You must be at least 18 years of age to become a member of OG DELIVERIES.

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Do not drive under-the-influence of any substance that may impair your motor skills. This includes Medical Cannabis.

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Use of street slang terms (Trees, Weeds, Nugs, Dank, Herb, Buds, Fire, Purp, etc.) in emails, telephone conversations or in the presence of our delivery driver is prohibited and may result in denial of services. This is a professional medical cannabis service, and will be treated as such.

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Telephone calls from blocked numbers are prohibited and will not be answered. You can always leave a message and number and we will contact you back ASAP. * Please note: The minimum order for delivery is $60.00

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We deliver for free to the areas of San Diego City that are within a 15 mile radius of SDSU and most areas within a 15 mile radius of zip code 92121. All deliveries passed 15 miles from these areas (up to a limit of 25 miles away ) will require a $15 delivery fee.

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Please refrain from telephone conversations while our delivery driver is at your location. Be respectful of your neighbors, as we are.

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Our delivery drivers are professional and on a strict time schedule. Please be respectful to our delivery driver as there may be other patients waiting for delivery.

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Please be at your destination to receive your order when you are expecting an arrival of our driver. Expect a courtesy call close to delivery time to verify that you are available. Direct additional questions on our ‘Contact Us’ tab or to our e-mail info@OGDeliveries.org.

-Standard delivery hours are-
Monday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. We take our last delivery order at 8:50 p.m.
The Compassionate Use Act of 1996

SECTION 1. Section 11362.5 is added to the Health and Safety Code, to read:

11362.5. (a) This section shall be known and may be cited as the Compassionate Use Act of 1996. ?(b)(1) The people of the State of California hereby find and declare that the purposes of the Compassionate Use Act of 1996 are as follows: ?(A) To ensure that seriously ill Californians have the right to obtain and use Medical Marijuana for medical purposes where that medical use is deemed appropriate and has been recommended by a physician who has determined that the person’s health would benefit from the use of marijuana in the treatment of cancer, anorexia, AIDS, chronic pain, spasticity, glaucoma, arthritis, migraine, or any other illness for which marijuana provides relief. ?(B) To ensure that patients and their primary caregivers who obtain and use marijuana for medical purposes upon the recommendation of a physician are not subject to criminal prosecution or sanction.

(C) To encourage the federal and state governments to implement a plan to provide for the safe and affordable distribution of marijuana to all patients in medical need of marijuana.

(2) Nothing in this section shall be construed to supersede legislation prohibiting persons from engaging in conduct that endangers others, nor to condone the diversion of marijuana for nonmedical purposes. ?(c) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no physician in this state shall be punished, or denied any right or privilege, for having recommended marijuana to a patient for medical purposes. ?(d) Section 11357, relating to the possession of marijuana, and Section 11358, relating to the cultivation of marijuana, shall not apply to a patient, or to a patient’s primary caregiver, who possesses or cultivates marijuana for the personal medical purposes of the patient upon the written or oral recommendation or approval of a physician.

(e) For the purposes of this section, ”primary caregiver” means the individual designated by the person exempted under this section who has consistently assumed responsibility for the housing, health, or safety of that person.

SECTION 2. If any provision of this measure or the application thereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, that invalidity shall not affect other provisions or applications of the measure that can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and to this end the provisions of this measure are severable.


Medical cannabis is legal under state and local law. Voters in California legalized the use, cultivation, and possession of cannabis for those with a doctor’s recommendation or approval when they adopted Proposition 215 in 1996, also known as The Compassion Use Act. Within California, the Act allows for the recommendation by a physician for the medical use of marijuana by a patient, and the cultivation, transportation and use of marijuana for medical purposes by patients and caregivers. The Compassionate Use Act exempts patients, caregivers and physicians who recommend the use of marijuana for medical purposes from criminal laws, punishment, or the denial of any rights or privileges. Senate Bill (SB) 420 (Chapter 875, Statutes of 2003) was written into law in December of 2003 (see California Health and Safety Code, Article 2.5, Sections 11362.7 through 11362.83) and is part of California law to this date.


No, your personal information, and your medical information kept completely confidential. It is only stored for our records in a secure area, and it is NOT submitted to any government agency.


We first pre-verify your recommendation status with your doctor. Once you have been pre-verified, we can then discuss medicine details and answer any questions you may have. Please expect a 30 minute window period or more for all deliveries, depending on driving conditions and location. Please order ahead for preferred timing. For all first time patients, we are required to take a computer scan of your drivers license and doctors recommendation for membership purposes.


We deliver for free to the areas of San Diego City that are within a 15 mile radius of SDSU and most areas within a 15 mile radius of zip code 92121. All deliveries passed 15 miles from these areas (up to a limit of 25 miles away ) will require a $15 delivery fee.
**Please have exact amount of cash donation for deliveries, as our drivers do not carry any cash.


Yes, we will deliver to both provided the following conditions. When our driver arrives at your residence , please ask all non patients to leave the area where you and the driver will be making the transaction. Alternatively, you and the driver can convene in a separate room in your home to facilitate the transaction. We will not engage in the transaction with non patients, children, or any other individual that did not place the order, present.

If we are delivering to a place of business, you must provide a private room for us to conduct the transaction in (no bathrooms, not in the parking lot, not in our delivery driver's car). Furthermore, we will not deliver to any schools (pre school, grade school, high school, charter school, university, etc) or government buildings.
**Please have exact amount of cash donation for deliveries, as our drivers do not carry any cash.


A specialized doctor may issue a personalized recommendation for medical cannabis to you.
You can find a good list of doctors by CLICKING HERE


Please complete the simple Get Verified online
registration form. Please note, during spring day light savings time switch, we will not be accepting orders from new patients after 7PM. During fall day light savings time switch, we will not be accepting orders from new patients after 6PM.


Currently, we accept cash donations only. Donations are used to reimburse OG Deliveries’ out of pocket expenses, the collective’s caregivers, and contribute towards further legalization of medical marijuana, as well as grassroots efforts.


Indica originally come from the hash producing countries of the world like Afghanistan, Tibet and Morocco. Indica flowers will be thick and dense, with flavors and aromas ranging from pungent skunk to spicy and fruity. Indica generally create a body high that is relaxing and medicinal. Indica have higher CBD than THC count, which equals a much heavier sleepy type of high that is good for a variety of medical problems.

Indica may treat:
Anxiety
Pain
Nausea
Appetite Stimulation
Sleep
Muscle Spasms and Tremors


Sativa originally come from Mexico, Colombia, Thailand and Southeast Asia. They have flavors that range from earthy to sweet and fruity. Sativa has a higher THC than CBD count, which equals a more cerebral, soaring type of high. Sativa has an energetic high, which can stimulate brain activity and may even produce hallucinations. They can be very beneficial for people with depression and anxiety.

Sativa may treat:

Appetite Stimulation
Relieving Depression
Migraines
Pain and Nausea


Hybrid: Hybrids are created to keep certain desired characteristics from Indica and Sativa plants. By altering the ratio of indica and sativa influences, growers can breed hybrids for a particular high, flavor, and aroma. Most marijuana varieties available today are hybrids as they bring together the best of both Indica and Sativa marijuana characteristics.

Hybrids and cross-breeds of indica and sativa strains produce varieties that carry some characteristics of each parent. For example, adding sativa to indica strains adds mental clarity and decreases sedation effects. And adding indica to sativa strains can decrease or even eliminate the sativa tendency to stimulate anxiety. Common strains include OG Kush, Himalayan Gold, Blue Cross, 00 Diesel and Kandy Kush.

Hybrids are often referred to based upon the dominant sub-species inherited from their lineage, eg: pure indica, mostly indica, mostly sativa, or pure sativa. Instead of using pure indica or pure sativa, many patients can benefit from the use of hybrid strains. There are a vast number of strains available for patients, each with a different cannabinoid profile and effect.


The minimum donation amount required to place a delivery order is $60.00


We deliver for free to the areas of San Diego City that are within a 15 mile radius of SDSU and most areas within a 15 mile radius of zip code 92121. All deliveries passed 15 miles from these areas (up to a limit of 25 miles away ) will require a $15 delivery fee.


Yes, please CLICK HERE for more details


OG Deliveries must be paid on delivery to our sales staff using COD (Cash On Delivery). We accept exact cash donations plus voluntary tip amounts, however to enhance the safety and security of our drivers and members we carry a small amount of change, no more than $20 at a time if that. This will minimize the chance for any criminal activity, ensure
precise booking and tax remittal, as well as ensure safe transaction
environment for both you and our delivery concierge.

PLEASE BE READY AND AVAILABLE.


Tips are encouraged since many of our delivery staff drivers are voluntary member patients who travel many miles and hours to serve patients with the utmost compassionate care and service as possible and are always welcomed and appreciated.


Delivery times depend on a number of factors. But normally we should be able to delivery to you within 1 hour. However we may need more than one hour to deliver to you during rush hour traffic (4PM-7PM).


All meds are pre-weighed and triple checked for accuracy at or location on state sanctioned scales. We often over weigh our denominations slightly just to ensure that no accidental under weighing will occur. All of our drivers are equipped with scales in case you would like to verify the weight before completing the transaction. You are free to request that the driver weigh your meds out for you while he is in your presence to verify that you are in fact receiving your requested weight. If you choose not to have the driver weigh your meds out for you then that is fine as well. We are confident that the meds you will be donating will be at your requested weight if not slightly more. Once the driver leaves your delivery address and your donation has been exchanged for the meds, we will consider the transaction closed and final.


OG Deliveries must be paid on delivery to our sales staff using COD (Cash On Delivery). We accept exact cash donations plus voluntary tip amounts, however to enhance the safety and security of our drivers and members we carry a small amount of change, no more than $20 at a time if that. This will minimize the chance for any criminal activity, ensure
precise booking and tax remittal, as well as ensure safe transaction
environment for both you and our delivery concierge.


There will be a $10 surcharge assessed to you next order and you will run the risk of being banned if future cancellations follow. Furthermore, for cancelled orders where a long distance fee is required for delivery, there will be a $15 surcharge assessed to you next order and you will run the risk of being banned if future cancellations follow.


We take a lot of pride in the meds we offer to our patients and potential patients. Although an extremely rare occurrence, we do understand that a difference of opinion may occur between our staff and our patients in regards to quality. We can accept and appreciate this fact. Please be sure to inspect the meds presented to you to ensure your satisfaction BEFORE you decide to make your donation. You are always free to refuse our service if you find it is not up to your standards. Unfortunately, once the driver leaves your delivery address and your donation has been exchanged for the meds, we will consider the transaction closed and final. Refunds, exchanges or credits are not offered under any circumstance.


We listened to our patients and abandoned that model as of 3/4/15 in favor of more traditional tiered volume discount pricing. Please see our new price schedule below. Furthermore, feel free to use the new drop down tabs on your desired strain page to select the 1/4, 1/2 and 1 ounce prices at the discount:

House Shelf:
1/8oz=$30
1/4oz=$55
1/2oz=$105
1oz=$205

Middle Shelf:
1/8oz=$35
1/4oz=$65
1/2oz=$125
1oz=$245

Top Shelf:
1/8oz=$45
1/4oz=$85
1/2oz=$165
1oz=$325

Black Label:
1/8oz=$55
1/4oz=$105
1/2oz=$205
1oz=$405


Yes, during spring day light savings time switch, we will not be accepting orders from new patients after 7PM. During fall day light savings time switch, we will not be accepting orders from new patients after 6PM.

In order to take advantage of our Loyalty Program, you must first download our Mobile App. Once you have the app installed on your smartphone then you can start earning Loyalty Stamps for every order you make through us. For each successful delivery we make to you, you are awarded 1 Loyalty Stamp. The process of awarding the Loyalty Stamp is manual, not automatic, and it is overseen by OGDeliveries.org. Once the driver arrives, you must present your smartphone to him with the Loyalty Card brought up on your screen via our Mobile App. The driver will then enter the secret password that will allow us access to stamp your Loyalty Card on your smartphone. Then he will hand your smartphone back to you. Collect 8 Loyalty Stamps and receive one free House Shelf 1/8th of your choice. Please note that there are no substitutions for the free House Shelf 1/8th. The driver is not responsible for initiating the process to stamp your Loyalty Card. The onus is on the patient to request that their Loyalty Card be stamped and have their smartphone present to do so. Unfortunately we cannot authorize retroactive Loyalty Stamps. If you fail to get your stamp at time of delivery, then we can not give you credit for that missed opportunity at a later date. Be sure to have your smartphone handy at time of delivery and request that your Loyalty Card be stamped at that present moment to ensure you receive your Loyalty Stamp every time.

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