This from a Forbes piece:
Last Friday while sitting in my friend’s living room, I was able to get a preview of the company’s new app-based feature, which allows users to consult with a doctor via their mobile phones or computers for medical marijuana assessments. Within an hour I used Eaze to video conference with a doctor, receive a marijuana recommendation and purchase an eighth of an ounce of “Sour Diesel” for delivery. The cannabis arrived shortly after the sausage and pepperoni pizza I had ordered to accompany it.
While diagnosing a patient using an internet video call and delivering marijuana to your front door are not particularly new advents, Eaze is hoping that combining the two will break open the legal U.S. cannabis market that did $2.7 billion in sales last year as estimated by ArcView Market Research, a marijuana investment and advocacy firm.
This is another reason that legalizing marijuana just makes sense. We need to put these schlock docs out of business. Who are they even kidding? And what a coincidence that weed tends to be the treatment of choice for everybody who goes on the app Eaze? What a joke these physicians have become. They should be embarrassed. Don’t get me wrong, I would prescribe marijuana if the case was right but there are not as many medical problems that marijuana helps as these companies make it to be. The dude writing this article had wrist pain. Wrist pain? And medical marijuana is the perfect treatment for that? Yeah, and monkeys will be flying out of my butt.Tweet