cbd oil weedmapsDecember 15, 2021
Apple’s App Store guidelines updated back in June with some long-awaited changes regarding its cannabis product regulations — customers can now, at long last, actually purchase all their greenery needs in-app via companies like Weedmaps, Eaze, and Beta.
It’s one of the many apps through which you’re now able to do so after Apple recently changed its in-app cannabis sale policies. for some states.
Anyway. As many of you are probably well -aware of by now, Apple previously allowed apps such as local dispensary catalogs and menus, but prohibited any kind of in-app sales due to local and federal regulation. With the latest policy updates, however, "licensed or otherwise legal cannabis dispensaries” can now offer their wares legally and safely. sometimes, because of course all of this is now subject to your local and state laws, which Apple has made damn sure to follow by the letter.
“It’s encouraging to see policies and attitudes toward cannabis shift in a way that promises remarkable growth, and we look forward to introducing an even simpler way to order cannabis from retailers through our platform,” WM Inc. CTO Justin Dean said in an official statement. We are sure this news will be especially exciting to WeWork’s founder and former CEO, Adam Neumann, who reportedly used to smoke so much in his private jet that his other passengers and crew needed to don oxygen masks. He was later ousted for excessive drug use and spending, if you can believe it.
As such, the new changes in cannabis product sales only go into effect within states where purchase, delivery, and possession are all legal. Californians may rejoice at the ability to use Apple Pay to replenish their stocks from the comfort of their homes, but people such as stressed-out writers living in. oh, let’s just throw a dart at the map here. Louisiana are still very much out of luck.
Allow us to suggest some purchases — Does the prospect of an entirely new era of marijuana-related purchasing power feel a bit overwhelming? Well, there’s no need to worry: Back on April 20 of this year (obviously), our staff compiled a very handy guide to the internet’s latest product endorsements on everything from gummies to vapes to ridiculous weed gadgetry. The offerings might not be as cool as 3D-printed, personalized CBD tablets, but we feel like it’s still probably enough to get the ball rolling as you try out all the new dispensary app options.
Cannabis technology company Weedmaps and rapper and cannabis entrepreneur Berner are planning to launch a social media platform on Marijuana.com, describing it as the “Instagram of Marijuana.”
Full story after the jump.
Berner and Weedmaps recently re-announced the upcoming social media platform on Twitter. First announced in a 2014 press release, Weedmaps and Berner said that Meta-owned social media apps Facebook and Instagram have deleted cannabis-related accounts for policy violations. The network was supposed to launch in 2015 but that timeline was obviously delayed.
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According to the release, Berner will serve as executive director for the new venture and as a brand ambassador for Weedmaps. The new social network will reportedly include a “Powered by Weedmaps.com” rating and review system for strains, shops, and dispensaries, and dispensaries, brands, artists, and consumers will be allowed to create free profiles and post cannabis-related content without fear of censorship.
“I was fortunate enough to get my account back but many other community members have not been so lucky,” he said in a statement. “This community is special to me and we believe in this plant and now Marijuana.com will unite and bring our people together.”
Are you sick or being silenced ?? Have you lost your account for posting weed ?? Don’t worry … me & @weedmaps have something special in the works 💪🏽🌱 pic.twitter.com/y6FVACDmfg — Berner (@berner415) November 10, 2021.
“Both social networks view cannabis as a ‘drug,’” the press release said, “and many marijuana businesses have lost valuable accounts and followers because of this crackdown.”
In a statement, Berner, the founder and owner of the Cookies cannabis brand, indicated his business accounts had been deleted from Instagram, which he cited as the impetus for the new cannabis-friendly social network.
Weedmaps and rapper/cannabis entrepreneur Berner are launching a social media platform in response to the deletion of multiple cannabis-friendly accounts from various networks.
A new cannabis-friendly social platform is coming 🙌 Together with @berner415, we’re creating a space where cannabis brands, retailers, creators, and consumers alike can share and enjoy cannabis content more freely. The grass will be greener over here. Stay tuned 🌿 pic.twitter.com/AFwiTzuG6c — Weedmaps (@weedmaps) November 10, 2021.
Editor’s note 11/18/21: This article has been updated to improve clarity.