A: A: Recreational customers can purchase up to 28 grams of marijuana, 7 grams of concentrates, 16 ounces of Solid Edibles, and 72 ounces of Liquid Edibles. You are not limited to just one category, and you may buy up to the limit in each category at the same time.
A: One gram is enough for a decent sized joint, or – depending on the size of your pipe – about three or four small to medium bowls worth. There are 3.5 grams in an eighth, 7 grams in a quarter, and 14 in a half ounce.
A: In Washington, people age 21 and older can possess up to one ounce of marijuana flower, 16 ounces of infused products in solid form, 72 ounces of infused products in liquid form.
A: For now, in both Washington and Oregon, you can only use marijuana at a private residence. If you use marijuana in a public place, you may be fined up to $1,000. Some hotels and “bud and breakfast” resorts allow their guests to smoke, but you’ll want to call and check first. Smoking lounges (similar to bars for marijuana) are banned in Washington state for now, and it’s unclear whether they will be legal in Oregon.
A: If there is a manufacturing defect with your vape cartridge within the first 7 days of purchase, bring it back with the original packaging and your receipt to the same location you purchased it at.
A: Unfortunately under Washington law, we are only allowed to take returns on defective vape cartridges, and no other products. If you have an issue with a product other than a vape cartridge, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 360-828-7737 and explain your situation. We will do the best we can to make things right.