You’re stoned, Or, maybe you aren’t, but you want to be. Maybe you are a cancer patient, a stressed out school teacher, or possibly you’re sitting on your couch watching TV and your not in any way moving from your couch. Enter Postbox the new marijuana subscription service that will deliver primo medical grade pot directly to your door once a month.

Currently, Postbox is only available to people who live in San Francisco and, soon, Los Angeles. For a monthly cost of $150, subscribers get a package each month consisting of a quarter ounce of pot, as well as two properly rolled doobies that will presumably be lit up asap upon delivery.
The presentation of the cannabis long an undervalued element of the illicit delivery market looks pretty nice.
Surfing the dual waves of the on-demand economy and the explosion in farm to table food sourcing, Postbox seems to be a dream to those who admire both convenience and goods with a narrative behind it. Taken from its website, Potbox offers “the highest quality, most ethically-grown medical cannabis available and deliver[s] it fresh from the farm directly to your door each month.”
Like the rapid success of companies that offer “personal stylist” who will send a trunk of clothes to your home every month, Postbox is all about your taste “Tell us what you like or dislike,” the web page invites “Our expert curators will find two different strains of premium medical cannabis that will exceed your expectation.”
Postbox definitely knows it followers, as the website touts the importance of defending “all phases of the plant’s life cycle” and “respecting the rights and the livelihood of the people who cultivate and harvest our cannabis.” A blog published and put up this past Wednesday on the company’s site give more insight on what “ethical cannabis” is, and what growing it entails.

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