‘Uber for Pot’ – Eaze the Revolutionary Weed-Delivery App

If getting marijuana in California wasn’t already easy enough, Eaze, a weed-delivery app makes it possible to receive medical marijuana in less than 10 minutes, all this while you sit comfortably on your couch.

Through their newly launched EazeMD service, the California startup helps potential medical marijuana patients to electronically receive a state-issued ID almost “instantaneously”. Patients will not be required to travel to specific clinics, pay around 100 US dollars, and wait days before receiving their card in the mail. Those days are over.

“The process of acquiring medical marijuana can be slow, cumbersome and unpredictable,” said Keith McCarty, founder and CEO of Eaze, upon establishing his services last year. “Eaze’s technology automates all of that so each patient can have a consistent, comfortable experience — and can focus on getting better.”

Virtually connecting patients and doctors

EeazeMD will sell legal cannabis identification cards, combining on-demand cannabis with on-demand ‘virtual doctors’ visits’ through what developers say is a “secure real-time video chat environment”. Potential patients are able to talk with one of the weed-delivery app partner doctors who then decide whether or not to approve the demand.

This ‘technique’ is completely legal. The secret behind EazeMD is what the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services calls telehealth: “the use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies to support long-distance clinical health care, patient and professional health-related education, public health and health administration.”

Technology makes it cheap and effective

Upon passing an evaluation the weed-delivery app prescribes a state-issued cannabis identification card for only 25 US dollars.

Patients are then transferred to the virtual platform where they are able to order their medication, access an entire network of dispensaries, and utilize a delivery service, which has an estimated 10-minute delivery rate that patients can track in real time.

Apps helping medical marijuana users

Weed-delivery app Eaze has raised 12.5 million US dollars from investors like Snoop Dogg, since its initial launch in 2012. The service is currently only available in San Francisco, and will expand to Los Angeles, San Diego, and Orange County.

You can use the Eaze web app on your phone or computer by clicking here.

The app comes about a year after the debut of Nestdrop, another weed-delivery app that offers medical marijuana users high quality products through their smartphones.


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