Marijuana vending machine maker to make first delivery

Marijuana vending machines have become popular in Colorado and Washington, and one maker has been testing the waters by opening its first delivery service.

Cannabis vending machine manufacturer CannaCaps is planning to roll out its first retail service this week, The Denver Post reports.

The company plans to open its first store on March 14 at the Denver International Airport.

The company plans on selling a range of cannabis-infused products, from gummy bears to hash brownies, and will also offer a wide range of marijuana-infusing edibles and concentrates, the Post reports, citing the company’s website.

The site lists a number of benefits of cannabis use:It is known to relieve symptoms of PTSD, Crohn’s disease, epilepsy and AIDS, and also offers relief from insomnia and other anxiety disorders.

The website notes that cannabis is not intended for medical use, and that it is not suitable for children under the age of 12.

CannaCamps said in a statement to The Post that its cannabis vending machine will “offer the safest and most convenient options available.”

“We are committed to serving our customers, and we know we have the ability to meet the needs of both consumers and businesses, in an environment that respects our customers’ and their privacy,” the statement read.