Casual Cannabis Use in Oregon
Casual use = Recreational
Cannabis and it’s effects are appealing to a wide array of people. Using this powerful plant responsibly starts with education. Here are a few things to know about Cannabis including current laws in the state of Oregon.
Let’s Cover the Legal Basics
Oregon Use Only
Cannabis products cannot be taken out of the state or brought into the state. This includes Washington. Even though cannabis is legal in Washington, it’s illegal to cross state lines with Cannabis purchased in Oregon.
How Much Can You Possess/Purchase?
1 Edible (15mg)
You can purchase one low-dose Cannabis edible per day with no more than 15mg of THC.
You can purchase any amount of non-psychoactive medical Cannabis topicals. Topicals can have no more than 6% THC.
You may purchase one pre-filled receptacle of an extract that does not contain more than 1,000 mg of THC.
Also you may have 16 ounces of homemade Cannabis products in solid form and/or 72 fluid ounces in liquid form in your household. this includes homemade infused food items.
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For more legal information visit: www.oregon.gov/olcc/marijuana
As of June 2, 2016…
Recreational customers may purchase the following:
- One low-dose cannabinoid edible per day. Cannabinoid edible means an edible that has no more than 15 mg of THC.
- Non-psychoactive medical cannabinoid topicals with no more than 6% THC
- One pre-filled receptacle of an extract that does not contain more than 1,000 milligrams of THC.
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Some cities and counties within Oregon prohibit the use of Cannnabis. Check here: