How 'Eaze' Became the Uber for Medical Marijuana

Cannabis is quickly becoming a household name right next to food and laundry and netflix which you can get on demand now.

Their’s a company called Eaze, which is an on-demand medical weed delivery service that gets green to your door in less than 30 minutes, in other words, the “Uber for weed.” But the California-based company also offers patients customized recommendations, connects customers to physicians via video chat, and gives communities far from dispensaries much-needed medicine.

Jamie Feaster, Entrepreneur, helped popularize Eaze across California. but it’s not your traditional marijuana company.

In the past 4 years, Eaze has used a barely-legal market to its advantage, raising $52m to serve 100+ California cities and 500k+ users — all without being able to legally advertise (or physically handle) their core product.

Now, in the wake of California’s weed legalization, and with national legalization looming, Eaze has its eyes on a new goal: to be the first household name in cannabis.

The company and its mission to make marijuana mainstream.

Much like a typical stoner flick, it begins with a chance encounter that would set Jamie Feaster on a quest of epic proportions.

What do you guys think? Will it live long enough to become the villain? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @lifewithbastos.

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