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Patients on public assistance programs and veterans pay reduced fees. Once approved, patients will need to go through an OMMP renewal every year.
Patients and their caregivers may possess up to:
The OLCC controls all licensing and regulation of the Oregon recreational weed market, while the Oregon Health Authority oversees all licensing and regulatory oversight of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP).
Patients must have a qualifying condition and a doctor’s recommendation to obtain a medical marijuana card. The physician must be a licensed Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) and be the patient’s primary physician.
Patients may designate a caregiver on their medical card application.
Recreational consumers may possess up to:
Maximum THC limits per container for adult-use cannabis products are: