Starting Tomorrow Low Dose Recreational Marijuana Edibles Go On Sale In Oregon

Jun 2nd, 2016 2:04AM

Marijuana edibles are becoming more and more popular every day. A lot of people frown upon smoking marijuana, but enjoy eating a sweet or savory marijuana treat. That trend is likely to continue as more states legalize marijuana, and quality edible products become available.

My home state, Oregon, voted to legalize recreational marijuana during the 2014 Election. Limited sales of recreational flower began in October 2015, but marijuana edibles were only allowed to be sold at dispensaries to registered medical marijuana patients. That all changes tomorrow, when edibles will finally be able to be purchased by anyone over 21 years of age.

It's going to be an exciting day for casual consumers who don't need a lot of THC to get the desired effects from an edible, but it will be less awesome for veteran consumers that are looking for high THC levels in recreational edibles. As you will see from a press release that the Oregon Health Authority released, there is a 15 mg limit for cannabinoids in recreational edibles, and there is a limit of one unit per customer per outlet per day. Below is more information:

On June 2 edible marijuana products containing up to 15 mg of THC will be available for retail sale in registered medical marijuana dispensaries across the state to adults 21 or over.

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