Dating for cannabis smokers
Yep, somewhere between Instagram and Seamless, you can now also keep a list of dispensaries in your area and endless information about specific cannabis strains, right on your phone.Of course, this is thanks in large part to recent medical and recreational marijuana legislation.The free app is available on Android and will be rolling out to Apple's App Store in the coming days.A majority of people who share the 420 lifestyle are aware that several US states allow individuals with certain health problems to buy or to grow a limited amount of marijuana for their own personal use.Another key aspect is specifying your energy level when you're high; that way, low-energy couch potatoes won't be paired with energetic explorers.
Is there any better sign that weed is going mainstream than the bountiful selection of marijuana-related apps?The app is only available in the 23 states that currently have medical marijuana laws on the books — it uses geofencing to lock out people in other states — which Mitchem said is out of respect for law enforcement.But, he says, bringing the app to a new state is a simple as "flipping a switch." The company also plans to expand to Canada and other countries as they change their laws."We wanted to build a cool piece of technology that solved the problem of where do million and millions of cannabis consumers go to meet people, connect with people and build relationships," Mitchem told It's so much bigger." Even though states are increasingly recognizing the need for medicinal pot, Mitchem says it's still very much a taboo topic in many communities.He notes High There can also act as a kind of social network for smokers who are seeking recommendations on local dispensaries, to share tips or just make friends with other like-minded folks.