Where your cannabis comes from, how it was grown and who grew it are all important questions Flow Kana wants to help you answer. It’s not just another app that let’s you get cannabis delivered direct to your door. Instead of the current model where cannabis flowers mysteriously find their way to shelves in Bay Area dispensaries (via the green fairy?), patients using Flow Kana are given access to many details of the farms and the responsible farmers who run them before they order flowers for delivery.
Ganjier Casey O’Neill and the rest of the team from HappyDay Farms were at the launch party in the Berkeley Hills last night — they are the pilot cannabis farm to provide flowers directly to patients via the Flow Kana app. Their slice of paradise in Mendocino is home to CSA veggies and greens right along with their favorite strains of cannabis, and they grow all of their harvest with an eye always toward their values and the love they put in the medicine. The House of Aficionado crew was also at the party, not only to support their fellow Mendocino farmers but also because they are the second farm to hook up with Flow Kana.
If you’d like to know how well the app works, Techcrunch already looked into that for you.
Why does it matter where your cannabis comes from? Check out the video and you’ll get a good idea.
On a Personal Note
I’ve worked with Casey as the editor of this site and through my involvement in cannabis events in the Emerald Triangle, and working with him has been a transformative experience. The whole HappyDay Farms crew — Casey, Amber, Lito, Courtney, and more — I couldn’t ask for better farmers to grow the flowers I burn on a daily basis and that help me live a better life. You really can feel the loving difference in every smoke. That is why I am ecstatic to see the direction HappyDay Farms, Michael Mishkin and the other partners are taking this innovative idea. Great success!