Ever since Marijuana was made legal in 2012, not only has Colorado and Washington became big hotspots for Americans wanting weed but also it is in such high demand that there are shortages occurring.
People have become smart with marijuana and created delivery services’ for it. These services’ have become a huge hit for both consumers and dealers.
Burbank resident Reichle, a comedian who spends about $100 a week on medical marijuana dialed Speed Weed. Within the hour, a driver arrived with a gram of cannabis, 10 joints and a handful of cookies and candies infused with pot.
“They come to my house, and they’re in and out,” said Reichlef. “I shouldn’t have to go to a store.”
With word of mouth going around about Speed Weed, mobile marijuana businesses are lined across southern California. Nationwide, pot delivery services have nearly tripled in three years, from 877 to 2,617, according to Weedmaps, an online directory for pot businesses.
“I still believe 75% of marijuana patients don’t know delivery is a thing,” said Speed Weed owner A.J. Gentile, 42, a Bronx native who also works as a voice-over actor. “It’s safer to engage this way. You don’t have to go to a sketchy dispensary. That’s why we get so many female customers.”