Sarah Buhr, writing for TechCrunch:
Started by former Yammer sales director Keith McCarty, Eaze is an Uber-like medical marijuana delivery service with an app that tells you when your “caregiver” (that is, delivery driver) will arrive with the goods at your door. The drugs can only be delivered to those with a legal medical marijuana card. Once a user is verified that they have a legal license to buy in the state of California, they can choose from a variety of strains and quantities. “When I told my parents about my idea for Eaze, they accused me of becoming a glorified drug dealer,” McCarty says. He told me he actually started the service because of a marijuana strain called “Charlotte’s Web” intended to treat children with epileptic seizures. So, Eaze is essentially Uber for weed. Good for those who use medicinal marijuana.