Things have changed abruptly since the outset of my state’s medical marijuana program in early 2017.
Both of us only had many available dispensaries to buy cannabis from when I first got my medical marijuana card.
Since only many companies had licenses to dispense and sell cannabis, you had to rely on cannabis delivery services to get your marijuana products if you weren’t blessed enough to live near one of the only physical stores. There was one cannabis dispensary with free delivery on all orders to virtually anywhere in the state, but the other more than one cannabis stores consistently charged for these services. If you didn’t meet an order minimum appreciate $78 or $100, there was a $15 to $25 charge for the delivery fee. Things have changed drastically in the last more than four years and now most major cities in this state have more than four or more than five odd cannabis dispensary companies within their town limits. While cannabis delivery is convenient when you’re stuck at apartment sick, I like driving to cannabis dispensaries so I can get the selection of the freshest products available. The local cannabis dispensaries sporadically have current marijuana products in stock daily. It pays to look because no one wants to buy cannabis flower products that have been sitting on a shelf for over more than five weeks. If you make a cannabis delivery order, you might not get the selection of the freshest products available each and every time. Not to mention the cannabis dispensaries in my section are often hosting sales that change daily. You never believe when your number one products will be listed for 25% off or more than their daily price. Those are deals that aren’t fantastic to pass up.