It works somewhat like apps that let you order food from restaurants near you, such as GrubHub, a company spokesman said. Patients upload a photo of their doctors note and a government-issued identification, according to the company. Once they are verified which can be in as little as 30 seconds they can order products available in person at their local dispensaries at the same cost. We are helping people that for whatever reason, may be uncomfortable going to a dispensary or prefer further privacy in order to access their medicinal needs, Nestdrop co-founder Michael Pycher. In addition to traditional marijuana buds, the companys website has menus showcasing cannabis-fortified edible pastries, capsules and oils. Nestdrop says deliveries are made in an hour or less. Service to new areas is effective immediately for users with valid documents. Company representatives would not go into detail about which dispensaries in Garden Grove and Fullerton were working with the service. In the past, Garden Grove has frowned on mobile marijuana. After city officials ordered dispensaries to close in May 2013, the businesses started delivering. City officials threatened fines of $1,000 daily, and advocates argued the ban only applied to storefronts, not delivery services.
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