If you live in Beverly Hills, then we have excellent news. You can join our Pot Valet community with just a doctor’s recommendation or valid Marijuana Card. Not only is our marijuana delivery service easy to use, it is also fast. Any order you place before midnight will arrive in 45 minutes or less. There is no need to leave the comfort of your home, and you do not have to wait long for your medicine.
From sativa to indica or hybrid marijuana strains, we only provide patients with the highest quality. You can choose from more than 100 different varieties of premium-grade cannabis products. If you are treating an array of ailments, then you can customize your strains for a most effective medicine cabinet. Our team can help you choose the best products for you, at any time of the day or night.
We have other products available too at our marijuana dispensary in Beverly Hills. If you prefer tinctures, oils, infusions, sprays, popcorn, vapors, hash, kief, edibles, syringes, capsules, or concentrates, then we have all of it. You do not need to mix harmful tobacco with your weed, and you do not even need to smoke it. Whatever you want, you will find it in our online cannabis dispensary.
Cannabis has a long and interesting history in Beverly Hills. It arrived as hemp with the Spanish in the late 19th century. During the 20th century, people started cultivating sativa throughout the state. With the arrival of Mexicans later, it adopted the name “marijuana.” Unfortunately, as people’s health deteriorated because of other narcotics, prohibition began and it did not exempt weed.
States began introducing laws to ban cannabis. Despite popular belief, the Marijuana Tax Act of 1937 was not the first weed restriction. It actually began in 1907 with the Poison Law, which went through amendment in 1913. The Marijuana Tax Act only came into being because the Poison Law and its amendments did not achieve the intended purpose of restricting pot possession.
Then came widespread anti-narcotics campaigns, led by the California Board of Pharmacy. That was a long time ago, however, and since then, legalization became popular. The state had to evolve its stance on prohibition and listen to public outcry. In the end, Beverly Hills and other California cities became pioneers in leading the legalization revolution across the country.
The enthusiasm to legalize marijuana did not reach the federal government, though. Marijuana is still a Schedule 1 drug under the Controlled Substances Act, and as such, officials may arrest people caught with it on federal property. Fortunately, states have the power to make their own cannabis laws. After several propositions over the last decade, California allows people to grow, carry, use and sell weed.
Back in 1996, it became legal to have marijuana for medical reasons under Proposition 215. With a doctor’s recommendation, patients could grow, purchase and use cannabis to treat their illnesses. They had to have a Marijuana Card to buy their medicine from a licensed marijuana dispensary in Beverly Hills. This remains true to this day.
Legalization for recreational use faced several major hurdles. Voters rejected Proposition 19 in 2010, but in 2016, they finally approved Proposition 64. Adults may now grow, carry and sell marijuana recreationally, provided they comply with legal regulations.
In Beverly Hills, you may possess eight grams of concentrate or one ounce of dry herb. You can grow six plants. Cultivators and distributors must pay tax if they wish to grow more and sell it for profit. Although California law applies to every city in the state, each city has the power to create its own commercial rules. They may prohibit or permit businesses from operating within their city.
Beverly Hills decided to ban commercial cannabis activities, instead allowing patients and caregivers to grow their own. The Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act came into law in 2015, giving the state authority to control all distribution and cultivation in every city. In response, Beverly Hills drafted an ordinance to retain control of cannabis in the city.
This ordinance banned marijuana cultivation throughout Beverly Hills – for everyone, including every marijuana delivery service – citing safety concerns, such as robbery, theft, fire, and cannabis fumes, and arguing that a marijuana dispensary in Beverly Hills was not part of the city’s industrial plans.
Just when all hope was lost, voters approved Proposition 64, forcing California and its cities to lift marijuana restrictions. The city is now drafting bills to force taxation, regulation and licensing compliance. If you adhere to these laws, then you can grow marijuana legally, carry it with you, and buy it from a licensed cannabis delivery service in Beverly Hills. Rather stay home and let us worry about law.