Medical Marijuana Delivery Services Show Promise In Los Angeles

“I still believe 75% of marijuana patients don’t know delivery is a thing,” said Speed Weed owner A.J. Gentile to the L.A Times. The owner claims that the new method is much safer than the conventionality of going to a brick and mortar dispensary, which is one of the reasons for his numerous female customers. According to the Los Angeles Times, marijuana delivery services are gaining support from marijuana researchers and policy experts such as UCLA’s Mark Kleiman as well. Mark Kleiman had very similar sentiment when giving his analysis regarding the emerging medical marijuana delivery system. Kleimans policy research boils down to one question, “Do you want a weed store in your neighborhood?” This is the common question that many in the new delivery service are asking regarding policy reform, and whether or not the new business can offer a useful alternative in the present system reports the L.A. Times. Even more can be said regarding the change that this service is having on the the view of marijuana in the public eye. Celebrities such as comedian and UFC commentator Joe Rogan, are giving the business credibility for those looking to find confirmation amongst the stars, and the enlightening customer service is giving the business an appeal seen like never before. A representative for A&A Packaging commented on the new delivery system by saying that “if the marijuana delivery system is offering patients as well as marijuana businesses the option for a safer and more efficient way of doing business, then by all means, this should be an area to be explored.” For over five years, A&A Packaging have taken a supportive stance for dispensaries rights to legally distribute medicinal grade marijuana under properly formed government standards and regulations.
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