Meet The Newest Subscription Box: Potbox

Posted: Jul 9 2015, 12:25am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 9 2015, 12:28am CDT, in News | Latest Business News

 

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Meet the Newest Subscription Box: Potbox
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The box comes as the United States relaxes legislation.

If you are a fan of receiving your snacks (Graze) or your make-up (Ipsy) from a monthly box service, there is something new on the market that you might want to consider: Pot Box! As part of the program, this monthly subscription service (which is for registered medical marijuana users only) doesn't just deliver weed right to your doorstep, the press releases boasts the company couriers the "highest quality, most ethically grown... cannabis available" straight to your front door, with strains "curated to meet the patient’s desired experience."

According to Mashable, you can specify what strains of cannabis you want, Sativa, Indica or a hybrid, and Potbox will select the strains for you each month. Each delivery consists of a quarter-ounce of cannabis in two corked bottles. You also get to learn about the genetic heritage as well as some short tasting notes, which can be pretty interesting.

You will also get two pre-rolled joints that are vacuum sealed into bags to protect freshness. Deliveries are currently available in the San Francisco Bay area only, but the company says it's planning to expand "in the near future."

Potbox costs $149.99 per month and is packed with about 10g consisting of 4g of each strain and the two pre-rolled joints.

In a press statement, Potbox CEO and co-founder Austin Heap says the company "provides a more sophisticated alternative to the various other ‘on-demand’ cannabis delivery services that simply aggregate and deliver whatever inventory is currently available at the local dispensaries." Heap adds that customers can "skip the long dispensary lines, the confusion as to what to buy, any questions about freshness ... and all the other hoops they must jump through in order to receive their medicine."

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