In 2014 marijuana became legal in Oregon, but even after regulations were officially put in place, edibles were never legalized.
Starting June 2 medical marijuana dispensaries in the state will offer their customers a variety of edibles. According to Fox News, the products may each contain up to 15 mg of THC, .
For safety reasons each patient will be limited to one purchase per day. The Oregon Health Authority encouraged parents to use these products cautiously around children who may mistake the edibles as a treat.
To read more about Oregon dispensary regulation, check out the full article.
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