Frequently Asked Questions

Is this legal?

Green On The Go is completely legal! We are a state licensed company registered in the State of California to distribute cannabis to individuals 21 and older or 18 and older with an up to date doctors recommendation, according to the Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act (Prop. 64).

Is there a cost to become a member?

No, there is not a cost to become a member of Green On The Go.

What areas do you deliver to?

Delivery is free of charge to patients of the following areas: Oakland, Berkeley, Walnut Creek, San Ramon, Newark, Fremont, Union City, San Leandro, San Jose, Santa Clara, Milpitas, Oakland, San Lorenzo, Pleasanton, Livermore, and may travel further per request. For our Central Valley locations, the following areas have a delivery charge: Modesto, Turlock, Ceres, Keyes, and Salida.

Is your service private?

Very private! Protecting your privacy is extremely important to us, which means we never share any of your information. To ensure your privacy, our software has numerous security and accountability features designed to uphold and exceed the requirements of HIPAA.

Is your service discreet?

Absolutely! We understand that many members are worried about their neighbors, which is why we will deliver your order in an unmarked vehicle.

What if I feel uncomfortable with the delivery member coming inside my home?

No worries, we want you to be comfortable throughout the order process and we do not need to enter your residence. Your order can be delivered to you just like your favorite pizza delivery, right at your front door.

Do you have a location where we can walk-in?

No, not at this time. We are strictly a delivery service.

I use cannabis to treat my illness but do not have a doctor's recommendation. May I still become a member?

Yes, Green On The Go is individuals 21 and older or 18 and older with a valid doctor’s recommendation.

How can I become a patient?

Click here for more information on what is required to become a patient in the state of California.

What is the difference between Indica and Sativa?

Sativa plants have less chlorophyll than the Indica counterpart. It has a higher THC content to Cannabinoid (CBD) ratio and offers a much more energetic type of mood. Sativa is used most commonly to elevate a depressed mood. Indica has a higher CBD content to THC ratio and induces a more relaxing mood. This is a treatment for anxiety, pain, tremors and many more applications. Indica is most commonly used to induce appetite.