In the video demonstrating how Eaze works, below, a woman is shown using her smartphone to order a marijuana delivery. Soon after, a smiling, suited deliveryman arrives, with weed in hand. As of this writing, the iOS app is not available; McCarty said it’s in the review process with Apple, and may be available in the next week. However, Eaze’s mobile-optimized website is already up, and facilitating delivery orders. To receive deliveries, users must first register on the website using either their Medical Marijuana ID (MMID) number or a recommendation letter from their doctor. After verification, which McCarty said takes an average of five minutes, they can select from eight strains of marijuana offered by Eaze’s legally registered partner medical-marijuana dispensaries. Then users simply choose the desired quantity of marijuana, click the order button and await delivery. Once the order is sent, a countdown clock is displayed showing the minutes remaining until the delivery is scheduled to arrive.
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