Can you imagine how frustrating it would be ordering at a restaurant with no menu that you can look at physically? Instead of scanning with your eyes, you’d be forced to ask the waiter about specific items and you might not even know a huge portion of the menu exists unless the waiter told you explicitly.
- Sadly, this is how the biggest cannabis dispensary in this state operates.
There’s a particular medical cannabis business that I try to avoid like the plague, but my sister loves them for whatever reason. It boggles my mind because I have heard horror stories about their greenhouses being filled with rats last year before being forced to clean the facility. They run sales that are borderline secret, so you have to know about the sale and tell them to apply it to your purchase. They’re also notorious about never having a live menu that you can look at in the store. You have to ask them personally, which can be frustrating. My favorite cannabis dispensaries all have live menus that customers can look at in the store whenever they’re in to make a purchase. Some customers don’t want to make online orders before they head to the dispensary, so it’s important to have a cannabis product menu with the marijuana edibles and cannabis flower products that are in stock that day. Otherwise the process of buying weed becomes tiresome. I want to walk through the doors of the dispensary and immediately see what sort of sativa and indica, or even hybrid, strains they have available that day. I don’t always get cannabis flower products if there are good cannabis concentrates and cannabis edibles as well.