With marijuana now legal for recreational purposes in California, the number of new cannabis dispensaries has grown by leaps and bounds. If you are a patient looking for medical cannabis delivery, it’s important to know that the dispensary you choose still has a focus on taking care of medical users. Besides offering the convenience of delivery, your dispensary should also provide premium products and outstanding services. Here are some things you should look for in a dispensary that offers delivery.

Wide Choice of Products

It’s important the dispensary you’re choosing for medical cannabis delivery has a wide selection of products available. You may have special requirements and not be interested in smoking marijuana. In that case, you’ll need a choice of alternatives, such as tinctures, edibles, vapes, topicals, and ingestible oils. There should be a selection of strains available, with varying amounts of THC and CBD.

Quality Inspection

Your cannabis provider should have a strict inspection process in place. This is important to make sure that each product is effective and safe. You’ll want to know that what’s being delivered to you is both of the highest quality and is safe to ingest. The quality control process should ensure that there is no sign of pesticides or other chemicals, and check each product for taste, smell and appearance.

Discreet, Easy Delivery

Your ordering process should be easy, safe and discreet. You should have more than one option for ordering, whether it’s on the phone, through a web page, or with a phone app. Once you place your order, the company should be able to text you to let you know when the delivery person will be there. When the driver arrives, he or she should be in an unmarked vehicle, and the package itself should be plainly wrapped.

Ask the Right Questions

With so many dispensaries to choose from, it’s just a matter of asking the right questions before you place your order.      With a little research, finding the right medical cannabis delivery provider should be a relatively easy task.



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