Oregon Medical Marijuana Dispensary

Oregon Medical Marijuana Dispensary

OMMD's mission is to provide safe access to high quality, laboratory tested, medical marijuana at the lowest possible price.

This means that we will not provide any services beyond dispensing medical marijuana. OMMD will always have medicine in a safe and professional setting.

Our prices will reflect this philosophy. (We estimate $100 - $200/OZ!)

We will also initiate a program for low income patients.

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Jill Ledet says ... on Thursday, Jul 7 at 12:39 PM

So tell me, is the gov. going to create some new jobs now for a starving economy?

Jill Ledet says ... on Thursday, Jul 7 at 12:37 PM

I'm sorry to say, but this totally compromises me as a hypnotherapist, and being able to treat patients with pain control, and with hypnotherapy, and natural healing techniques. I think it's gotten out of control. It might be a quick fix,...........

real community safety says ... on Friday, Oct 22 at 5:37 PM

M74 creates a beginning for government,ommp cardholders,and the general community to create something that the rest of the country can use to create positive change locally everywhere.Not just something that can only work in a place like california!

caleb says ... on Thursday, Oct 21 at 8:57 PM

The Help and Hope Group supports M74. We also help OMMP cardholders now in Eugene every day. The law works okay now but M74 with the right citizen input into regulations could create a template for the rest of the country.Change is scary at first.

allelectric5 says ... on Thursday, Oct 21 at 5:01 AM

Just remember WITH a Dispensary. THAT NOW the goverment is involved! And that ALWAYS causes problems. (taxes, regulations)My opinion(and several growers and caregivers I know) is keep it private. Stay just the way it is with caregivers and growers.

bob says ... on Wednesday, Oct 20 at 1:25 PM

Just because I use medical marijuana to help me be able to eat and actually maintain some activity in my life DOES NOT MAKE ME A STONER! Public safety is a real concern and shouldn't be approached from a position of fear and lies.

bob says ... on Thursday, Oct 14 at 8:25 PM

why do you have a picture up that gives the illusion you are a real place already operating?

ZERRICK_ERA says ... on Saturday, Oct 2 at 5:25 PM

as long as they keep it legal why not let them operate a distribution center

Public Safety First says ... on Friday, Sep 24 at 8:18 AM

M74 SAYS: Felonies that include violence/theft in last 5 years bars participation in a distribution center. Drug related offenses not referenced, meaning any drug related felony criminal could operator a distribution center. NO ON M74.

Public Saftey says ... on Wednesday, Sep 15 at 1:41 PM

In the sake of Public Safety I give my vote to the stoners. To them I say, if you win this thing. Be cool, be responsible and don't prove me wrong.

Public Satey??? says ... on Wednesday, Sep 15 at 12:56 PM

At some point we really HAVE to ask our selfs WHY IS THAT? Another question that comes to mind is, IF YOU HAD TO CHOOSE... Between living next to a dispensory in California and any place near Juarez, which would you choose. And why is that?

Public Satey??? says ... on Wednesday, Sep 15 at 11:48 AM

I'm sure that every hardcore gang and cartel member, along with ever hardcore criminal getting released from jail to make room for another pothead, from here to Juarez Mexico would agree with you.

It's About Public Safety says ... on Monday, Sep 13 at 10:08 AM

VOTE NO ON 74 "Permissible locations for DISTRIBUTION CENTERS; initially shall not be established within 1000 ft of any school or residential neighborhood." GROW SITES in our community are a risk due to fires caused by grow lights & theft.

It's About Public Safety says ... on Monday, Sep 13 at 9:57 AM

"Permissible locations for DISTRIBUTION CENTERS; initially shall not be established with 1000 feet of any school or within residential neighborhoods." GROW SITES in our community are a risk due to fires caused by grow lights & theft. VOTE NO ON 7

jimgreig says ... on Monday, Sep 13 at 2:32 AM

not true. the measure requires dispensaries be in commercial zones. there are over 200 Lane County OMMP patients can already grow their medicine in their back yard. are you the entire county is at risk? VOTE YES ON M 74.

It's About Public Safety says ... on Saturday, Sep 11 at 1:12 PM

We will get out there to VOTE NO on M74. Marijuana DISTRIBUTION CENTERS could be located near libraries, churches, youth clubs, parks, and daycares. GROW SITES can include marijuana grown in your neighbor’s yard or house, putting communities at risk

jimgreig says ... on Saturday, Sep 11 at 1:17 AM

We should all get out there and help pass M 74 so it will be legal in Oregon. Calvina is that you posting out here in Oregon? Search "Granny Stormcrow" for the medical uses of cannabis.

Impact of Marijuana says ... on Thursday, Sep 9 at 1:39 PM

We will let the FDA determine quality and purity. There will be no competition between dispensaries, because selling marijuana in any form in Oregon is illegal.

Sequoiacrone says ... on Thursday, Sep 9 at 12:49 PM

Quality medication that is unadulterated and pure will be beneficial patients. Competition between dispensaries will set a high standard that will encourage analyzing the medication available and give patients the security of safe access.

Protect our Society says ... on Thursday, Sep 9 at 11:38 AM

"The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has not approved raw marijuana as a medicine. Marijuana Distribution Centers/Dispensaries are not legal in Oregon."

forgiven says ... on Wednesday, Sep 8 at 9:42 PM

Where is this in OR? I also applaud your effort to make medicine affordable. Thanks be to God for your service.

good says ... on Monday, Sep 6 at 9:37 AM

I applaud this effort! Quality raw cannabis shouldn't cost over $5 a gram. The inflation-adjusted street price of pre-prohibition cannabis is around $13 an ounce!

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