Cannabis edibles and extracts will be for sale to recreational users in less than a month in Oregon, according to The Oregonian.

Starting on June 2, you won't need a medical marijuana card to purchase "marijuana-infused edibles, extracts and non-psychoactive topical products" at your local dispensary.

According to the Oregon Health Authority, which has oversight on edibles and extracts, "registered medical marijuana dispensaries that are participating in early start retail sales may sell expanded limited marijuana products."

That includes "one low-dose cannabinoid edible to a retail customer per day," "non-psychoactive medical cannabinoid topicals" and "one prefilled receptacle of an extract to a retail customer per day that does not contain more than 1,000 milligrams of THC."

These "low dose" edibles must have no more than 15 milligrams of THC, and the topicals can be no more than 6 percent THC, so a lot of the edibles and topical products currently available to medical marijuana users won't be for sale to recreational customers.

That means you'll still need a medical card to get the really good stuff, like weed-infused body oil, cannabis candy and marijuana chapstick.

But still, better than nothing, right?