24 Hour Weed Delivery in Toronto

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Are you looking for 24 Hour Weed Delivery in Toronto?

One of the best parts about living in Toronto is having weed dispensaries who can deliver the goods at anytime, day or night.

Delivery solutions are a dime a dozen, especially with companies like GrubHub and Just Eat, getting food is no longer in question, but what about having marijuana when you want it? For instance, say you are getting home from work and you realize there is not a crumb to smoke in the entire house and everyone you know is asleep. That is why the KushNetwork.ca and Candelivery.ca are saviours to every busy, working bee out there.

During the weekend, running errands probably takes a total of about 6 hours of my free-time. A couple hours here, a couple there, and the majority of that is driving around. I realized that driving was taking up the majority of the time I would rather spend doing fun things. The weekend only holds so much time, for things like working on homework, personal projects, or just doing nothing. That’s why I started taking at least some of the driving out of the equation.

After moving in with my third-shift-working fiancé, normal waking hours have become a complete stranger to me. So, to hear that 24 hour weed delivery is possible where I live, I thought the universe may have been winking at me a little bit.

Just after asking myself if my sleeping habits were strange, I can now easily assume there a large number of people just as strange as I am. And this may sound like a cheesy line, but I am very thankful that there are people willing to bring me weed (for a price) at any hour of the night, be it 11PM or 4AM, they have my back.


The weed delivery service that KushNetwork.ca offers is extraordinary and their 2 hour delivery time is impressive. Sure it means they aren’t banging on my door two seconds after I text them, but the ease of it all is relieving. Not to mention, they take cash, so there is little hassle over the payment process. Their central product is simply delivering flowers, but they also have concentrates and gummy bears for a more adventurous type.

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Honey Oil Vape Pen

The disposable pen that KushNetwork.ca carries, the honey oil vape pen, is one of my favorite concentrates I have found thus far. It has .05 mL of their honey oil and yet it lasts a surprisingly long time because you don’t want to hit it too many times.

But overall, the taste and pull is so smooth that it will make you want to keep hitting it over and over, until it is burning into nothingness. I like to add one or two of those onto an order with blueberry flowers, and then I am truly golden.


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Peanut Butter Jam

The other Toronto weed delivery service that is making its way is Candelivery.ca, who even offers 10% off all orders over $300. So if I only want to buy weed once a month, I can save that much more, which is something I really appreciate as a frugal person. Candelivery.ca also has some very interesting things that I look at and think, “how do I not order that? I have to try!” For instance, peanut butter and strawberry jam laced with CBD, or blueberry THC jam. Very soon, I will be eating a PB&J made solely to get me as ripped as possible, which sounds like a crazy exciting time.

Candelivery.ca also carries marijuana shake, that comes in the general one ounce size. I didn’t even need half of that to make a seriously strong batch of rice krispies, and the flavour from the shake was beautifully green.

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Shake for $80 per oz

For those who don’t know: shake can be anything from underdeveloped flowers to everything that falls when buds are being trimmed. And even though that isn’t smoking the flower buds directly, still a large amount of THC and other cannabinoids can be found within all aspect of the marijuana plant.

I also really enjoy their option to buy a 10 pack of pre-rolled joints. Joints are precisely theparty favour I am known for, and now I can spend more time of getting ready and less on grinding a bunch of weed and then rolling a bunch of joints. And I am a perfectionist, so this actually saves me a ridiculous amount of time.

Order with Cash or Interac e-Transfer

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Rather than dealing in cash like KushNetwork.ca, Candelivery.ca does use E-Transfer, a simple, money-moving application that most people utilize when splitting a dinner with friends. Which is very convenient because I don’t always have cash on my person and so if I don’t have cash there is still an option and I love that.

Not to mention, they also have backup supplies for drastic times, like mini torches and bubbler kits for that “Oh sh**” moment and you still don’t want to leave the house.

Smoking weed has become a large part of my lifestyle, and so attaining it will always be something I will have to do. What I don’t have to do anymore is go out and drive somewhere to get it. Ultimately, I greatly enjoy having the ability of 24 hour marijuana delivery and is now one of the best parts about living in Toronto.

KushNetwork.ca and Candelivery.ca are doing a really great job at what they are doing, I am just here to share their love because it is something I can stand behind. And ordering CDB peanut butter and blueberry THC jam is the next thing on my to-do list. I may even bake a loaf bread with shake butter and have a really crazy time.

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About Bud 216 Articles
Bud has a diversified background; combining university, college and her extensive experience in various careers in healthcare fields. This background, along with extensive research into the emerging cannabis market; as well as, extensive and sometimes, intensive personal testing and reviewing of every strain on DispensaryGTA.com has allowed Bud to become one of the foremost Canadian reviewers and experts on Canadian cannabis and emerging marketing strategies. Her interests include everything cannabis-related, history, video games, anthropology, travel and she is an avid reader.

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