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Oregon’s Finest craft cannabis was the first state licensed cannabis dispensary in Oregon, setting the bar for Oregon dispensary standards. From the moment a strain is selected to the moment you enjoy, you can always be certain it’s Oregon’s Finest.

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At Oregon’s Finest we pride ourselves on selecting only the highest quality strains from the best farms. This way, we can personally make certain that our customers are always satisfied with Oregon’s Finest products. Simply because you have a fancy strain name, doesn’t mean it was grown well

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Everything you need, all in one place. Oregon’s Finest has you covered from cannabis flower to edibles, and everything in between. As a customer of Oregon’s Finest, we can assure you that only  top quality products are on our shelves.

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We guarantee that your experience will be a great one. With the most knowledgeable cannabis tenders in the business, they can assist you in finding the right medicine. We will make you feel right at home!

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A Few Things to Consider When Going to a Dispensary

July 5, 2016 8:40 pm

By Matt (Grower Rep @ Oregon’s Finest) Terpenes Before legalization, life was the same for the majority of black market smokers. You would meet up with your connection and fork over some cash for a bag of green stuff. You had no idea what it was, who grew it, or who’s been handling it. A lot

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Soil, Hydroponics, Soilless, What Medium Is Right For You?

May 25, 2016 9:18 pm

By Garret Assistant Store Manager @ Oregon’s Finest in the Pearl What do we picture when we think of growing cannabis? It’s likely that most of us have a mental image of outdoor plants growing from the soil, or indoor plants hanging out in pots, but what about hydroponic systems? Or soilless

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Grow Tips With Kristin: What is a clone?

January 23, 2016 7:57 pm

Many plant varieties systemically reproduce. With plants, systemic reproduction begins when a fragment containing meristematic growth points is disembodied from an individual. Then under certain environmental conditions, the fragment is able to develop its own apical shoot and root meristems; creating

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