About Recreational Usage
Starting July 1, 2015 the successful Measure 91 legalizes recreational possession, cultivation, and use within the State of Oregon.
Enjoy cannabis responsibly and in moderation. If your first time, take caution with edibles, oils, waxes and shatter – eat or vaporize only a small amount and wait a few hours.
Yes, it’s safer than aspirin. It’s less addictive by several magnitudes to alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, and countless pharmaceuticals. If you were ever curious or have for years been gripped by reefer madness, now is your chance to try this organic ancient herb without paranoia or trepidation.
Oregon state recreational usage guidelines here. In summary, adults over 21 can use it privately, be modest, not open view or public. It’s legal to possess and grow, and give for free.
On October 1, 2015, existing medical dispensaries can legally sell cannabis for recreational usage, sales begin midnight Wed.
Dedicated recreational-only stores will not be operational and permitted until 2016.
As of Oct 1 2015 most below will begin selling to any adult 21+ (recreational sales)
5th LMNT North, across from Cascade Village Mall
Good Leaf Organic Collective – Empire Ave biz park
The Herb Center – N. Division Ave
BloomWell – corner N. Division and Revere
Oregrown – Wall St. north of downtown
Medication Station – Hill Street, downtown
Tokyo Starfish – Arizona Ave near Old Mill
Top Shelf – 8th and Greenwood Ave/hwy20
Dr. Jollys – 3rd St near Wilson Ave
High Grade Organics – Davis Ave/2nd st
Garden Kings – Franklin Ave near 3rd st
Cannabend – hwy 20 North, Bend River Mall
Oregon Euphorics – Century Drive and Simpson Ave
Cannacopia – 3rd St near Reed Market
Diamond Tree – 2 locations; east hwy20/27th st; west Galveston