The 10 Best Dispensaries in Oregon

In 1973 Oregon became the first state to decriminalize cannabis. In 1998, it became the second state to legalize medicinal marijuana. Then in 2014, it became the fourth state to legalize recreational weed. With its tendency to be at the forefront of the movement to end prohibition, it should come as no surprise that the state is thick with dispensaries. So what are the best dispensaries in Oregon?

The 10 Best Dispensaries in Oregon

1. Nectar – Portland

Known for amazing selection and prices, and the fact that they carefully test products to ensure a lack of mold and pesticides. 

2. Brothers Cannabis Club – Portland

Called Portland’s oldest dispensary (it opened in 2010), it has received high praise for its friendly, expert service, as well as its commitment to supporting local growers. 

3. Nectar – Gresham

Nectar’s second location is hailed for its expansive selection of flowers and accessories, as well as its patient, knowledgeable budtenders. 

4. Growing ReLeaf – Beaverton

Praised for its high quality products as well as its highly convenient location.

5. Green Cross Cannabis Emporium – Salem

More than 100 strains are housed in a beautiful showroom style space decked in classy wood trimmings. 

6. Rose City Wellness Center – Portland

Located right downtown, customers love its convenient location and its safe, relaxing atmosphere.

7. House of Leaves – Ashland

Wheelchair accessible, daily specials, expert staff, and great selection make this a popular spot.

8. High Quality – Corvallis

High marks for superior quality products and friendly, expert budtenders. 

9. Sweet Tree Farms – Eugene

Not only is the staff friendly and knowledgeable, but they’re committed to providing locally-grown, small-batch products. 

10. Plantae Bend – Bend

Hailed for being woman-owned, this dispensary has a farm-to-table model that involves growing many of their products in-house. They also offer free yoga classes, and specials for veterans, birthdays, and repeat customers. 

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