Weed Delivery: What You Need To Know To Get Your Pot

As more states legalize marijuana for either medical or recreational use, cannabis dispensaries are popping up everywhere. Whether you use marijuana medically for mobility issues or use it recreationally and worry about driving under the influence, the ability to get a weed delivery can be a lifesaver. However, it is important you understand the process involved in getting the pot from the dispensary to you involves. To ensure smooth delivery, pay attention to the following information.

Placing the Order

You can order your weed online through the dispensary's website, or over the phone. However, unlike ordering from other stores, you are going to need to prove who you are. This means emailing, faxing, or messaging a copy of both the front and back of your identification. If you are purchasing with a medical marijuana card then you must be able to show a copy of that card too. While you do not need to be 21 to purchase it with a medical card, if you are buying it for recreational use then your ID must show that you are of age. Once the dispensary has all the necessary proof, you can place the order. Make sure to get the total for the order, including any taxes and fees.

Receiving the Order

When the delivery person shows up at the house, you need to be sure that the person who placed the order is there to receive it with their ID and medical card. It cannot be left on a doorstep, in a mailbox, or given to anyone else. Once the driver ascertains you are the one that made the order, you will have to pay for it.

Paying for the Order

Marijuana is not yet legal at the federal level. This means that banks and other financial institutions cannot accept transactions that involve it. You will need to have cash to pay for the order. This is why it is important to make sure you know the total cost before the driver leaves the dispensary. Go to the nearest ATM and get the amount you need. If you want to give the driver a tip, you should ask if it is allowed when placing the order. Some dispensaries do not allow tipping.

While this may seem like a bit of a hassle to get your weed delivered, once you are in the system, everything goes much smoother. You won't have to send ID again but you will still need to show it when the driver shows up. Consider this a good thing as it means no one else can take your weed. 

Reach out to a company like Mr Greens Delivery to find out more.