You can set up a website, a FB page just for your sales, or just use an email address for contacting you. The real challenge is delivery. Weed is still federally outlawed, so the U.S.Mail isn’t an option. Other shippers, maybe,, but they will have their own issues. Packaging suitable for shipping will ad significant cost. You can deliver it yourself, or have them come pick it up on their own…you know, …will call. Online sales is not a magic button for the weed sales market.
Now that you have your license and know what you're doing, it's time to score some weed. Relax, it's 2017: the process is pretty mundane at this point. On one hand, you can schlep over to the nearest dispensary and stand in line. On the other hand, you could just pull out your phone and have your order delivered to your front door. A number of dispensaries, like The Green Cross and Medithrive in San Francisco, offer online ordering and GrubHub-style delivery.
When recreational cannabis becomes legal, it will be even safer to buy weed online in Canada, with much less grey area. There will also be less uncertainty when it comes to what online stores you can trust, you will have more confidence in their service promise and with keeping your sensitive data safe and secure. Plus, you will know that the product you get delivered will be tested and approved for safe consumption.
After all, getting your favorite strains delivered to your door is a new frontier for most Canadians. People won’t feel safe at first, they will fear what they have always feared when illegally buying marijuana. It’s like when you have to buy marijuana on the street – those shady deals make you worry about getting in trouble from the police and you are not 100% certain if your weed is laced with anything. Not to mention that your legal cannabis purchase data could get you banned from the USA, but thankfully the cannabis retailers are developing workarounds so your credit card purchase records won’t raise red flags.