Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Rolling Stone: "High-Grade Marijuana, Delivered to Your Door Each Month"

John Knefel over at Rolling Stone writes:
You're high. Or, maybe, you're not high, but you want to be. Maybe you're a cancer patient, or a stressed-out elementary school teacher, or maybe you're on your couch watching Broadchurch on a borrowed AmazonPrime account and you'll be damned if you're going to get up and leave the house. Enter Potbox – the new weed subscription service that will bring primo medical marijuana straight to your door once a month, because this is the goddamn land of opportunity.

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Mashable: "Goodbye dirt weed. Hello, Whole Foods — delivered."

Over at MashableBrian Koerber writes:
Potbox prides itself on quality, ethically-produced cannabis, which is all grown in small batches on three different farms in the Santa Cruz area. The pot is carefully selected by its cannabis experts, and each month subscribers will receive two strains, curated for each user's desired experience.

Friday, July 31, 2015

BuzzFeed: "'Birchbox' Of Premium Marijuana"

Over at BuzzFeed, Mathew Guiver writes this:
The boxes aren’t necessarily cheap, but let’s be honest, many of us daily smokers spend at least this much (if not more) on herb each month. Plus, judging by the quality and amount of marijuana you receive (two jars, containing a total of just over a quarter ounce of herb and two pre-rolled joints), the cost is pretty much what you would expect to pay if you bought the equivalent amount of bud from a local dispensary.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015


John Paul Titlow from Fast Company wrote this:
For Potbox, that means partnering only with outdoor farms that use organic soil and nutrients and avoid pesticides and other chemicals. Plenty of pot smokers would be delighted to simply have weed delivered to their door, but Potbox isn't content to stop at that basic concept. The seven-person, San Francisco-based startup is banking on the allure of sustainability and superior quality to take their product up a notch.