Point of Sale (POS) System

for OLCC and OHA Dispensaries

Point of Sale (POS) Web Software for Oregon Medical and Recreational Marijuana Dispensaries.

Manage your Recreational or Medical Marijuana dispensary with this easy to manage website-based point of sale (POS) system compatible with your Windows, Andriod and Mac devices. Compatible with most POS hardware.

OMMPOS is in the process of intergrating with METRC ™ to automatically update daily sales records with the Oregon State Cannabis Tracking System (CTS).

  • *NEW Tool to help pay your Monthly Recreational Marijuana Tax
  • OHA Compliant Medical and Recreational Sales
  • Online Point of Sale (POS) System
  • Unlimited Registers same price
  • Unlimited Products, Patients and Vendor
  • Compatible with Star, Zebra and Brother Thermal Printers
  • Pre-packaged and Bulk-weight sales POS
  • OLCC and OHA Compliant Reports
  • Create a website and business email for your dispensary
  • Compatible with most POS hardware

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OHA Releases Guidelines on Advertising



August 12, 2016  

To:  Medical Marijuana Dispensaries, Processors, and Interested Parties 

From:   Oregon Medical Marijuana Program 

Subject:  Advertising Requirements and Restrictions  

The Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) would like to inform all dispensaries, processors, growers and interested parties of advertising requirements and restrictions. These rules apply to all forms of advertising. Rules regarding advertising may be found under OAR 333-008-2070. http://www.healthoregon.org/ommprules  

All advertising by a registrant must include the following statements:

  • Do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of marijuana. 
  • Keep marijuana out of the reach of children.  

 A registrant may not have advertising that:

  •  Contains statements that are deceptive, false, or misleading. 
  •  Contains any content that can reasonably be considered to target minors;
    •  This includes but is not limited to using cartoon characters, toys, or similar images and items typically marketed towards minors in the advertisement. 
  •  Specifically encourages the transportation of marijuana items across state lines. 
  •  Assert that marijuana items are safe or safer for reasons including but not limited to because they are regulated by the Authority or have been tested by a certified laboratory. 
  • Make claims that a marijuana item has curative or therapeutic effects unless the claim is supported by the totality of publicly available scientific evidence (including evidence from well-designed studies conducted in a manner consistent with generally recognized scientific procedures and principles) and for which there is significant scientific agreement among experts qualified by scientific training and experience to evaluate such claims; 
    • This includes explicit or suggested claims related to a disease or condition. Examples are “relieves symptoms of depression” or “cures cancer”.
    • Unsubstantiated health claims cannot be used as part of a company’s business name.  
  •  Show consumption of marijuana items. 

A registrant may not make any deceptive, false, or misleading assertions or statements on any product, any sign, or any document provided to a patient, caregiver, or to an individual.  

If a registrant is found to be in violation of any of the advertising rules, OMMP will notify the registrant and specify a reasonable time period for the registrant to remove any sign, display or advertisement. If the sign, display or advertisement is not removed or an advertising issue continues, the registrant will be issued civil penalties of up to $500 a day or may have their registration suspended.

Source: https://content.govdelivery.com/attachments/ORDHS/2016/08/12/file_attachments/602345/Informational%2BBulletin%2B2016-24%2BAdvertising%2BRequirements%2Band%2BRestrictions.pdf

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