Since our state imposed vertical integration on our nascent cannabis industry, it forced all marijuana businesses in the state to be operating from seed to sale. You can’t simply get a license to grow cannabis like you would in another state. In those industries you will find products from more than one grower at most of the dispensaries you visit. In this state when you walk into a dispensary, all of the products on the shelf were grown and produced by the same exact company. The only exception is the existence of brand partnership deals. Like for instance, Mary Medicinals is known for their exceptional topical patches with various THC and CBD blends. They partnered with one of the marijuana producers in our state and those patches are sold in that company’s store and are created with that company’s raw flower buds. The cannabis dispensaries here do these partnership deals with concentrate makers to get quality live rosin and live resin onto their dispensary store shelves. However, there is one cannabis company in this state that doesn’t even have a single physical store that you can visit. Their menu is on their website and all of their transactions are done through home delivery. I love that you can get a free pack of pre-rolled joints if your order is over $100, but sometimes you get them with your order regardless of its total. It’s like the candy that the online cannabis vaporizer stores put in my deliveries whenever I need accessories for my marijuana flower and concentrate vaporizers. Having a small treat to go with your order is a great way to encourage repeat business.