Their cannabis delivery service runs daily, and they service the entire state in waves.
We have come a long way with shopping and home delivery over the past two decades. When I was a child, the only thing I remember ordering for home delivery was pizzas and other restaurant food. This was largely before e-commerce took off on the internet in the late 90s and early 2000s. If you had a package shipped to your house, it was likely that you either ordered the item on the phone, through a catalog, or it was sent to you by a friend or a family member. When e-commerce finally took off, it was amazing to see the development over a long stretch of time. Once I got to college, the number of products and items that could be bought on the internet was staggering. You could by that point order almost anything over the internet and have it shipped to your front door. Now that we’re even further into the future, I’m amazed to see marijuana of all things being bought on the internet and delivered to someone’s home. I thought it would be impossible for my state to even decriminalize cannabis, let alone legalize it for medical use. Since we have a medical cannabis program only, there are strict rules from the state over lab testing the products to ensure purity. I found out one of the best cannabis dispensaries in our state is not offering home delivery. Their cannabis delivery service runs daily, and they service the entire state in waves. So if you made an order randomly, you’d have available delivery in your immediate area two days out of the week while the truck would be on the other side of the state during the rest of the week. Since the cannabis delivery service is free, I can’t complain about the limited delivery times. Especially when the whole flower is so rich in THC and terpenes.