Years back, some sites like Silk Road and others were used for shipping marijuana through hidden online channels. Later when the FBI seized, and consequently shut down these sites, the black market marijuana supply took a hit. Some how, sellers have become smarter, and Silk Road 2 has showed up with an advanced decentralized encryption.
«According to research published on the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, millions are looking for marijuana retailers on the internet, with the rate rising by almost 300 percent from 2005 to 2017.»
Now these shops operate just any legal e-commerce businesses. with websites, customer service, and even some legal products. And when they do, it’s like walking into a virtual cannabis dispensary with countless professional vendors waiting to fulfil your needs with a vast choice of products.
Buying weed off the internet does carry some risk. However, it’s small. Orders are sent discreetly in smell-proof packaging. Even if they weren’t, Post Offices do not employ sniffer dogs and workers are advised to deliver post even if they smell or suspect it contains cannabis. Not only that, our country’s overworked and under-funded police force has better things to do than operate sting operations as you collect the post in your undies. After all, anyone can send a package stuffed with drugs to anyone else.