Beginning July 1, 2022, any hemp vape product sold in Oregon must pass compliance testing through an OLCC-licensed laboratory. Required tests include potency, pesticides, solvents (if the cannabinoids were extracted using solvents), and mycotoxins (if the hemp vape product was manufactured on or after July 1, 2022). Testing from an out-of-state lab or other third-party lab does not meet this requirement.
Any hemp vape product sold to a consumer must also comply with OLCC packaging and labeling requirements. This includes having certain required information on the label including the hemp symbol, warning statements, the name of the manufacturer, the test results for THC and CBD, the name of the laboratory that performed any test, and any test analysis date.
- Hemp vape products that do not contain non-cannabis additives (flavorings or additives not derived from cannabis) may use a label that has been pre-approved by OLCC or a “generic label." A generic label cannot contain any logos, colors, or text beyond the label information required by OLCC rules.
- Hemp vape products that contain non-cannabis additives (flavorings or additives not derived from cannabis) are also required to include detailed information about the ingredients in that additive. These products cannot use a generic label and must have their labels pre-approved by OLCC.