The Best, Most Wallet-Friendly Cannabis Edibles in Oregon

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Oregon is known for a lot of things: epic waterfalls, endless forests, that crazy commercial that looks like a “My Neighbor Totoro” sequel (but isn’t)—and, of course, legal cannabis.

Cannabis is part of the cultural thread in Oregon, and the state has a strong reputation for innovative (and delicious!) consumables whether for pain relief, a relaxing body high, or a full-on case of the giggles.

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The icing on the THC-infused cake? Not only does Oregon excel at thoroughly enjoyable edibles—they’re dedicated to affordability, too.

Below are our picks for top Oregon edibles under $35 so you can sample the state’s best without breaking the bank in the process.

Squibs, Lunchbox Alchemy

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Price: $15-20 (50mg)

Squibs, a soft chew candy from Lunchbox Alchemy, comes in a variety of Jolly Rancher-inspired flavors like Green Apple, Blue Raspberry, and Watermelon. Each chew is scored into 10 equal doses, and with both THC and CBD varieties, you can easily mix and match for whatever kind of high you’re in the mood for. Squibs come in both 50mg and 100mg packages and will run you anywhere from $15 to $20.

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Cannabend — Bend, OR

Attis Trading — Portland, OR

Eugene Health Center — Eugene, OR

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CannaMixers, Müru

Price: $20 (50mg THC, CBD option available)

CannaMixers, the flagship product from Portland-based Müru, are water-soluble cannabis drink additives that you can pop into everything from a refreshing summer mocktail to a warm cup of tea. CannaMixers each contain 50mg of THC and come in three flavor varieties—Lemon Mint (indica), Blackberry Lemon (sativa), and Grape (hybrid). Müru also has a line of CBD CannaMixers, which come in the same flavors—but with 200mg of CBD (the THC levels in the CBD CannaMixers can range anywhere from 1mg to 10mg per bottle). Depending on your dosage, each bottle contains about 10 servings and will cost you $20.

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Bridge City Collective — Portland, OR

Cannabliss — Springfield, OR

Nectar  — Tillamook, OR

Marionberry Indica Enhanced Gummies, WYLD

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Price: $20-25 (50mg)

Marionberry, a type of blackberry that was originally bred at Oregon State University in the early 1900s, is a favorite among Oregonians and shows up in everything from jam to breads to pies—and, thanks to WYLD, edibles. WYLD, which are Oregon’s top-selling edible, infuses real fruit into their Marionberry Indica Enhanced Gummies, which contain 5mg THC per serving. Each package comes with 10 gummies and, depending on the dispensary, will run you anywhere between $20 and $25.

Check these menus for it:

Cannabis Corner  — Portland, OR

Plantae Madras  — Madras, OR

The Medication Station  — Newport, OR

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Chocolate Bars, Leif Goods

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Price: $10-25 (various potencies)

Portland-based Leif Goods has a few different products, but their chocolate bars steal the show. With both innovative (like Mint Hibiscus, a 1:1 bar infused with locally-sourced mint, or New Mexican Chocolate, a THC-heavy bar with a kick of cinnamon) and classic (like the CBD Salted Chocolate) flavors, the chocolate bars at Leif Goods—which are all fair trade and non-GMO—would be just as comfortable on the shelves of a high-end market as they are at the dispensary. While the prices vary slightly by location, you can expect to pay anywhere from $10 to $25 per bar depending on the flavor and concentration.

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Farma  — Portland, OR

The Green Planet — King City, OR

Gorge Greenery — Hood River, OR

Ice Cream, Drip

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Price: $26 (50mg)

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream—especially if it’s infused with cannabis. Drip’s all-natural, handmade ice cream comes in two crowd-pleasing flavors—Salted Caramel and Cookies & Cream. Each pint contains 50mg THC, so as tempting as it might be to eat the whole pint, you’ll definitely want to enjoy this treat a scoop at a time. While prices vary depending on location, you can expect to pay around $26 per pint.

Check these menus for it:

Ivy Cannabis  — Portland, OR

Healing Green  — Independence, OR

The Kings of Canna  — Portland, OR

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Cookies and Crackers, She Don’t Know

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Price: $15 (25mg)

Portland-based She Don’t Know offers a line of gluten-free cookies and crackers that appeal to both the sweet and savory crowds. Flavors include Tokeless B. Coconut (which is vegan, raw, and unprocessed), C’Est La Herb (a butter and herb cracker), and classic Chocolate Chip—and with a maximum of 5mg THC per edible, there’s no need to portion out each dose. A 5-pack will run you $15.

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Urban Farmacy  — Portland, OR

Kaleafa  — Portland, OR

Electric Lettuce  — Portland, OR

Ohh Fudge, Oregon Candy Farm

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Price: $18 (50mg)

Oregon Candy Farm isn’t exactly reinventing the wheel with Ohh Fudge, but their spin on classic chocolate fudge is one of the best. These handmade sweets are soft, chewy, and practically melt in your mouth—and with no additives or preservatives, you can feel good about putting them into your body. Each package of fudge comes with two pieces (25mg of THC each) and costs $18.

Check these menus for it:

The Flowershop Powellhurst  — Portland, OR

Capitol Green Leaf  — Salem, OR

Lincoln City Collective  — Lincoln City, OR

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Nut Butter, Lux

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Price: $10-32 (10-50mg)

Winner of the 2017 Dope Cup for Best Sweet Edible, Lux’s vegan nut butter is all organic and contains just six ingredients: almonds, coconut sugar, maca, cinnamon, vanilla, and cannabis CO2 oil extract. Spread a tablespoon on a piece of toast or, if you’re tempted to scoop right out of the jar, go for it…we won’t judge. Lux nut butter comes in three different sizes and concentrations: 1oz with 10mg for $10, 1oz with 50mg for $15, and 6.5oz with 50mg for $32.

Check these menus for it:

High Grade Organics  — Bend, OR

Sweet Tree Farms  — Eugene, OR

Foster Buds  — Portland, OR

Peanut Butter Cups, Dr. Jolly’s

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Price: $22 (50mg)

If you’ve ever eaten a Reese’s and thought “Hmm… I bet this would be better with cannabis,” you’ll definitely want to check out the peanut butter cups from Dr. Jolly’s. Handmade in Bend, OR, these chocolate candies are crafted with fair trade milk chocolate, organic peanut butter, and a potent dose of THC. A package of two peanut butter cups, which contain 50mg THC, will run you $22 (suggested dosage is ⅕ of the cup).

Check these menus for it:

Eugene OG  — Eugene, OR

Diem Cannabis  — Salem, OR

Puddletown Organics  — Portland, OR