|Marco Foronda |||Jul 30, 2014 03:39 AM EDT|
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Brave businessmen are making big bucks out of of the legalization of marijuana by supplying the once-banned substance to medical-marijuana users in San Francisco.
Eaze, a San Francisco-based company with Uber-like ambitions, is offering a tech-powered delivery service that will get the weed they need to medical-marijuana users.
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Keith McCarty, CEO of Eaze, said the company aims to help patients get their marijuana medicine with more ease and in a professional manner.
Currently, Eaze isn't available on the iOS. McCarty said it's still being reviewed by Apple, Inc. McCarty said the good news is that Eaze's weed deliveries might be available next week.
On the other hand, Eaze's mobile-optimized website is up and running, and has begun facilitating delivery orders.
Users will get their weed when they register on the website using their Medical Marijuana ID or MMID number, or present a letter of recommendation given by their doctor.
After their account is verified, which could take five minutes, users can choose from eight strains of marijuana offered by Eaze's legally registered partner medical-marijuana dispensaries.
Users will then select the desired quantity they need, click the order button and wait for the delivery.
Users can track the delivery time on their mobile phones. They can also call or text the Eaze driver while he's in transit.
Deliveries are made between 8 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week.
Eaze said their service is only for legal medical-marijuana users.
Eaze is only available in the San Francisco area but will be expanded to the rest of Bay Area and Southern California in the coming months.
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