Satchel is an OLCC (Oregon Liquor Control Commission) licensed dispensary and is beholden to the rules and regulations set out by the state of Oregon. The regulations we follow are a little bit different from medical dispensaries… our sales limits are much higher, for one! We are hoping that this FAQ can help clear up any questions you might have. If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to contact us. (Updated 12/5/2016)
A: You must be at least 21 years old with a valid form of ID or at least 18 years old with an OMMP card.
A: We are still serving medical patients. Medical patients are not subject to the taxes that are added on for recreational customers. OMMP cardholders also have access to medical grade cannabinoid products that recreational customers are not.
A: In one 24 hour period, each recreational customer may purchase:
In one 24 hour period, each OMMP cardholder may purchase:
A: In public: You’re allowed to carry up to one ounce of flower.
In private: Recreational customers are allowed up to eight ounces of flower, four adult plants, 16 ounces of homemade marijuana products in solid form, and 72 ounces of homemade marijuana products in liquid form. Medical customers can have up to 24 ounces of flower and six adult plants, and the other limits are the same.
A: Unfortunately not. Lighting up in public is still illegal, and our dispensary and all of the surrounding areas are considered public space. You can only use marijuana on private property outside of the view of the public.
A: Nope! That’s still public property. These areas may be designated for smoking tobacco, but they are not designated for marijuana consumption of any kind because they are in public.
A: Yes, but you are not allowed to transport what you’ve purchased across state lines. You cannot move usable marijuana in or out of the state of Oregon. This also applies to Washington and Washington residents!
Disclaimer: This page contains information on the legal purchase, consumption, and possession of cannabis products in the state of Oregon. The information provided is for informational purposes only, may not reflect the most recent regulations and laws, and is not intended as legal advice. If you need legal advice, please contact an attorney.