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Portland Marijuana Dispensaries to Provide Medicinal Marijuana to Those in Chronic Pain

In 1998, Oregon became one of the first countries to legalize marijuana for individuals. The legislation provided relief for thousands of people around the country who eventually found a natural solution to addictive opium painkillers such as Vicodin and Oxycope to deal with their pain.

However, the point is that the law did not provide a simple way for marijuana patients to take their medication. The dilemma is that it is quite expensive and time-intensive to grow a bud, so it is difficult to find a caregiver eager to do nothing in return. You can buy the best quality blue dream hybrid via

It calls for a lot of physical work to keep an indoor lawn to gather and cultivate its marijuana. Regrettably, individuals who require medical marijuana are people who can develop themselves due to their weak physical condition. Therefore, the demand for marijuana dispensaries is now better than before.

Portland Marijuana Dispensaries to Provide Medicinal Marijuana to Those in Chronic Pain

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To deal with this issue, the "Voter Power" company has initiated a process to take an initiative on Ballot, "I-28", which would legalize the construction of a controlled medical marijuana dispensary. These dispensaries can legally use patients from this OMMA program bud for medicinal purposes. Most likely, one of those dispensaries will start in the state's largest city, Portland.

All of these Portland marijuana dispensaries will purchase buds from care providers that are recognized by Oregon for growing medicinal marijuana. The dispensaries would later sell medicinal marijuana to OMMA patients who would be further asked to display their medical marijuana cards. Both sellers and buyers will be regulated by the state and all trades will be taxed.