Hytiva recognized as Top Cannabis Company. Nevada expands delivery to include recreational cannabis users at any private residence, with Hytiva leading the way.
Hytiva is a leading brand in the cannabis industry with multiple products and services. We are currently engaged in providing real-time dispensary menus and facilitating online ordering of medical & recreational cannabis through partnerships with local dispensaries everywhere.
Who We Are
Built on a commitment to social responsibility in the cannabis industry, we designed a company around the four pillars of community, lifestyle, education and entertainment to improve the lives of millions of people. We believe that the best marketing is when customers are educated and connected with the best products and services that serve their needs.
What We Do
Whether a medical user or recreational enthusiast, Hytiva strives to outperform the current industry by empowering the consumer to create their own experience. Through our on demand platform, consumers can not only order products for pickup or delivery; they can also use the Hytiva learning center to become an educated consumer and understand what works for them better.
By bringing together cannabis consumers of all levels of experience, as well as promoting social responsibility and education, we bridge the gap between consumers, products, dispensaries, cultivations, and producers, to make sure you have the safest and best possible legalized cannabis experience.
Nevada Marijuana Legalization - A Brief History
Hytiva, Las Vegas’ premier resource for educating and connecting visitors to Las Vegas cannabis officially launches.
Voters approve Question 2, legalizing the recreational use of marijuana by adults 21 and over.
First Las Vegas dispensary opens for medical marijuana.
Senate bill 374 goes into effect, making it legal to grow, sell, tax marijuana.
Medical marijuana dispensary bill is passed. Senate bill 374 allows for the licensing of non-profit medical marijuana dispensaries.
The Nevada Marijuana Initiative fails to make it to ballot.
Nevada Decriminalization of Marijuana Amendment is defeated at the ballot.
Voters in Nevada pass Question 9, amending the state’s constitution to allow medical marijuana for authorized patients.