Substance invites cannabis users from the surrounding Bend communities to browse its extensive inventory of top-quality cannabis products. The Substance team provides safe access to the finest, lab-tested, Clean Green Certified cannabis products in the state. The Substance staff is comprised of knowledgeable budtenders who are ready to assist customers with product recommendations and questions. The staff operates in full compliance with Ballot Measure 67 and can be contacted by phone and email.
Substance specializes in curating dozens of strains from the Oregon region and rotates an inventory of Sativa, Indica, Hybrid, and CBD strains to ensure quality and freshness with top-shelf cultivars like Ghost Train Haze, Lemon Haze, Bruce Banner, and Fruit Punch. Bend customers can medicate with sweet THC-infused treats like chocolate bars, candies, and cookies. Concentrate connoisseurs will find high-CBD sap by Willamette Valley Alchemy as well as strain-specific Nug Run shatter. Substance offers CBD Taffy for customers who seek pain relief without psychoactivity. The dispensary’s menu of topicals features lotions and balms by Weedmaps’ Verified vendors like Sacred Herb Medicinals. Customers will also find Pax vapes and smoke accessories like chillums, and pipe screens. Substance only accepts cash.
Substance is a dispensary located on Division Street near the Orchid Thai Restaurant with parking by their storefront. The dispensary staff caters to medical marijuana patients and recreational users 21+ from Bend, Eugene, Mountain View, Tumalo, and Deschutes. Customers as far as Alfalfa, Brasada Ranch, Plainsview, Redmond, and Prineville travel to Substance for all their cannabis needs. Substance also welcomes out-of-state and international visitors.
Bend is the largest city in Central Oregon, located in the shadow of the Cascade Mountains. While in town, make sure to check out the Newberry National Volcanic Monument in the Deschutes National Volcanic Monument. This incredible landscape was formed after a series of volcanic eruptions that happened roughly 75,000-years ago and is now open for fishing, camping, and hiking. Continue your recreational journey to Tumalo Creek and hike along the river or admire the Tumalo Falls falling from 100-foot above the creek.