Hashish Supply: How To Ship Hashish To Your Door


Cannabis delivery services are booming in the United States. If you're thinking about trying this convenient way of landing your marijuana or hemp goods, check out this guide to cannabis delivery.

Legal cannabis delivered to your door? It may sound too good to be true, but for many Americans, delivering cannabis has only become another convenience, almost as easy as ordering pizza.

Even before the latest pandemic, consumers were increasingly getting their marijuana and hemp products delivered. Now that more people are stuck at home in the interest of social distance, the supply of cannabis has become an indispensable service for many. When the pandemic began to affect people's daily routines in the United States, the volume of cannabis supply orders in countries across the country rose nearly 230 percent, according to a Politico report in March.

While legal cannabis delivery can be accommodating and accessible, there are a few important things to know before you click the "Checkout" button. Here's how to become a professional when ordering cannabis.

What is Cannabis Delivery?

The delivery of cannabis is comparable to ordering online and delivering these products to your home. As a consumer, you simply visit a website on your smartphone or computer and buy cannabis products. Similar to every online purchase, you buy and select the desired type and quantity. Then place the desired items in the shopping cart and continue with the purchase. Many cannabis delivery companies also take orders by phone.

In both cases it is fairly simple and, considering that you do not have to leave the couch, is very practical. There are several services that you can use to connect to a local delivery service.

If you live in a state where marijuana is legal and are looking for legal marijuana products for delivery, there are several helpful options to start your search (more on this below).

For hemp CBD products for delivery, Medical Marijuana, Inc. and our subsidiary HempMeds® offer high quality hemp CBD oils and other products for delivery. Cannabidiol (CBD) products made from hemp are legal under federal law. However, individual states can enact their own laws on the legality and spread of CBD made from hemp. In most cases, our hemp CBD products are legally available.

How does cannabis delivery work?

Depending on where you live, there may be some differences in how your cannabis delivery service works. However, the basics are the same. After you have made your purchase via your local menu and found the desired product or products, place an order online or call the order by phone.

First time buyers often receive a discount or coupon code when they sign up for the company's newsletter. So keep an eye out before checking out. After ordering, you should receive a confirmation number via text or email with the price and expected delivery time for cannabis. On some websites you can track the progress of your order from processing to packaging to delivery.

When it comes to marijuana delivery, your products will be shipped the same day or the next day by a single carrier. Since state-legal marijuana is only accessible to people aged 21 and over, this carrier must see some form of identification of the person who placed the order.

When the driver arrives, they usually call or send an SMS to notify you. The pandemic has made roadside delivery an option that some prefer while others prefer to have their order delivered to the door. Whatever you choose, proof of your driver's license or identity is mandatory.

When hemp CBD products are delivered, in most cases your product will be delivered by mail, either from the United States Postal Service (USPS) or a private shipping service such as FedEx or UPS. Hemp and hemp-derived products are legal in the U.S. under federal law, so many hemp CBD companies ship products through these traditional delivery services.

What about paying for cannabis delivery?

Marijuana Delivery Payment

Some cannabis services offer two options: cash or credit, but many of the marijuana supplies are purely cash transactions. Because marijuana is still illegal under federal law, marijuana pharmacies generally have difficulty obtaining banking services and cannot accept credit cards.

You deliver the payment in cash to the carrier upon delivery of your product. Some may be able to make debit card transactions at the time of purchase. However, to avoid having to download a new app or enter your debit card information, cash is the way to go.

And don't forget – whether you pay with cash or credit, it's always a good choice to tip your friendly delivery person. The industry standard is 20 percent.

Hemp CBD delivery payment

Because hemp is legal under federal law, generally use a credit or debit card to buy hemp CBD products online.

When buying CBD products online, the experience is very similar to traditional e-commerce shopping. You pay online with credit card, debit card or through a payment system like PayPal when you place your order.

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This depends on the marijuana laws in your state. In states where recreational cannabis is legal, you don't need a medical license. However, a doctor's letter or state ID can save local and state sales tax and cannabis consumption tax savings.

Do you have to be home for cannabis delivery?

When you have marijuana delivered, you must be at home to deliver your purchase. Many delivery services offer scheduled delivery so you can choose a time you know you are at home.

When you buy hemp CBD products for delivery, in most cases you don't have to be at home. Your carrier will leave your package on your doorstep for retrieval.

More cannabis education

Visit our Cannabis 101 page to learn more about cannabis.

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