Since cannabis became legal in California for recreational use as well as medical use, there are a growing number of dispensaries to choose from. Many have added extra services such as delivery in order to bring in more business. You might be tempted to choose a dispensary just based on this added convenience, but there are other things to consider before you decide. So what should you look for in a dispensary that offers cannabis delivery services?

Many Choices

If this is your first experience with a marijuana dispensary, you’ll want to be certain that you’re going to have a wide variety of products to choose from. You may be concerned about dosage, or not want to smoke cannabis, so it’s important that they offer other choices such as tinctures, topicals, edibles, vapes and ingestible oils. Make sure you have these options available to you.

Quality and Safety 

When choosing a dispensary that provides cannabis delivery services in California, it’s important that they offer premium-quality products. You need to be certain that what you’re buying is both safe and effective. Each product should be subjected to a thorough quality control process where it is tested for taste, appearance and smell. The effects of each strain should be well documented, so that you know exactly what to expect. In addition, the products should be tested to make sure that no harmful pesticides or chemicals are present.

Hassle-Free Ordering

When you place your order for delivery, you should have a choice of options. It should be easy to order with a phone call, with a mobile app, or online. Your delivery should be prompt, provided by a safe driver in a vehicle with no advertising. Your items should come in a plain, unmarked package, similar to how parcels or groceries are delivered.

Research Before You Order

Before choosing a dispensary that offers cannabis delivery services, ask a lot of questions. Any good dispensary should be able to give you all the information you need to make a decision, and offer the products and services outlined above. With a little research, you’ll be able to easily find a dispensary that will see to your needs and make sure your experience is a pleasant one.



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