Approximately 44 percent of medical marijuana users in the United States use a delivery service to obtain their cannabis, according to Statista in a recent Money Morning blog post. This makes up nearly half the industry, with the other half going directly to dispensaries around their states.
Medical cannabis delivery in Palm Desert has plenty of benefits that are only now being fully realized, thanks to the more lax rules regarding the distribution of marijuana.
The Evolution of Delivery Services
Delivery services have come into their own over the last few years. With the development of sites like GrubHub and UberEats, more consumers are opting to have their items delivered. Thus far, that trend seems to extend to the distribution of medical cannabis.
A Bright Future Ahead
Right now, there are some serious restrictions on the medical cannabis delivery services, but marijuana legalization is a key issue on the ballot of the 2020 elections so that full legalization could be shortly.
However, as one expert told Money Morning before any new or existing cannabis companies become public, “… state regulations need to be finalized on how cannabis delivery services can operate.”
Once delivery regulations are in place, you’ll then see companies go public. And once that happens, delivery services are expected to become an even more integral part of the business, with one industry expert telling the web site that it should experience “explosive growth.”
West Coast Cannabis Club will continue to monitor the progress of this evolving trend while paving the way by offering medicinal solutions at the highest quality.