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Welcome to the Oregon Coast, where the outdoors are magnificent, people are quirky and the marijuana is legal! On the Northern Oregon Coast, there’s no denying the appeal that surrounds the welcoming cannabis culture and products in the state.

However, if you’re planning for a dope time on the Northern Oregon Coast, there are few things to keep in mind. While Northern Oregon Coast marijuana is legal, it’s still a highly regulated product. If you plan to use or possess the devil’s lettuce, you need to make sure you’re doing it angelically (nothing dampens a day quite like a felony).

For starters, you must be at least 21 years old to buy and possess recreational marijuana. If you get it for medical purposes, though, you just have to be 18 years old and an OMMP (Oregon Medical Marijuana Program) patient. Northern Oregon Coast marijuana can be purchased from any vendor with an OLCC license (Oregon Liquor Control Commission).

Where and How to Purchase Oregon Marijuana

You’ll find the opportunity to get products from Northern Oregon Coast marijuana dispensaries, headshops, smoke shops, CBD retailers, smoking lounges, small-business farmers and other sources on the North Coast, and you can select cannabinoid products from all sorts of forms of flowers (the leafy part of the marijuana plant, more commonly known as “pot”), pre-rolls, concentrates, extracts, edibles, liquids, seeds and more.

Depending on the form of marijuana, there’s variation between the amounts that you can purchase at a time. As far as purchasing it recreationally goes, you can get one ounce of marijuana, 16 ounces of a cannabinoid product in a solid form (like a topical compress), 72 ounces of a cannabinoid product in liquid form and 5 grams of cannabinoid extracts and concentrates per day or per Northern Oregon Coast marijuana retailers (whichever comes first). Up to 24 ounces of medical marijuana may be purchased in a day.

It can be a lot to keep straight, so don’t hesitate to talk to the helpful and knowledgeable budtenders. They can also offer recommendations if you’re new to the world of weed or looking to try a totally new and different product.