OLCC to OMMP CHARITABLE DONATION TUTORAL
“We were lying about the drugs”
John Daniel Ehrlichman
(Counsel and Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs under President Richard Nixon between 1969-1973)
These are only a select few examples of how the American people and the world have been lied to about the War on Drugs. The quotes were derived from a larger quote by John Daniel Ehrlichman, who was counsel and Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs under
President Richard Nixon between 1969-1973.
Additional information can be read by clicking on the tiles. Please learn about the lies that facilitated our status quo - after which you can learn about our solutions further down in the
Cannabinoid therapy is becoming more and more accepted by the general public. Particularly
emphasized by the growing number of states across the nation that are adopting their own
cannabis-positive legislation. Oregon was the third state to adopt a regulatory structure that allows those who qualify, to takepart in the states medical marijuana program (OMMP).
Oregonians with a qualifying condition
may register with the OHA to get an OMMP patient registry ID. State law allows some Adult-use
cannabis OLCC licensees to donate to OMMP patients in need, but offers no incentive or
recognition for doing so. Donating products as a Project:Scarecrow business member is a great
way for businesses to give back to the community and facilitate healing. The following is a
collaboration between Project:Scarecrow and Canna Clatch, a tutorial for those businesses that
want to donate cannabis or cannabinoid products to patients in need and remain in compliance
with applicable state laws and regulations.
VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF LIFE
Oregon patients are extremely diverse in their requirements for cannabinoid therapies. No one solution works for everyone. A reality that is generally ubiquitous across Oregon, is that flower is readily available at low prices and is extremely prevalent. Donated flower helps patients with making edible medicines, smoking, vaping, and making topical remedies.
This tutorial is true and complete to our best knowledge provided through a collaboration between, PROJECT:SCARECROW and a local Oregonian with a debilitating congenital disease with guidance from the OLCC. This information is subject to change based on our understanding of Oregon laws and regulations and the frequency at which they change.
For the full language of the Oregon Revised Statutes on Cannabis, click here: -=LINK to OLCC PDF=-
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