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Official State Regulation:
- (1) Medical cannabis packages and labels shall not be made to be attractive to children.
- (2) All medical cannabis product labels shall include the following information, prominently displayed and in a clear and legible font:
- (A) Manufacture date and source.
- (B) The statement “SCHEDULE I CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.”
- (C) The statement “KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND ANIMALS” in bold print.
- (D) The statement “FOR MEDICAL USE ONLY.”
- (E) The statement “THE INTOXICATING EFFECTS OF THIS PRODUCT MAY BE DELAYED BY UP TO TWO HOURS.”
- (F) The statement “THIS PRODUCT MAY IMPAIR THE ABILITY TO DRIVE OR OPERATE MACHINERY. PLEASE USE EXTREME CAUTION.”
- (G) For packages containing only dried flower, the net weight of medical cannabis in the package.
- (H) A warning if nuts or other known allergens are used.
- (I) List of pharmacologically active ingredients, including, but not limited to, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD), and other cannabinoid content, the THC and other cannabinoid amount in milligrams per serving, servings per package, and the THC and other cannabinoid amount in milligrams for the package total.
- (J) Clear indication, in bold type, that the product contains medical cannabis.
- (K) Identification of the source and date of cultivation and manufacture.
- (L) Any other requirement set by the bureau.
- (M) Information associated with the unique identifier issued by the Department of Food and Agriculture pursuant to Section 11362.777 of the Health and Safety Code.
- (b) Only generic food names may be used to describe edible medical cannabis products.