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Official State Regulation:
Washington D.C.’s cannabis labeling and packaging guidelines state that no medical marijuana shall be dispensed or distributed to a qualifying patient or caregiver unless the container in which it is distributed bears a legible label, firmly affixed, stating the following information:
- (a) The name of the cultivation center where the medical marijuana was produced;
- (b) The name of the dispensary where the medical marijuana was dispensed;
- (c) The quantity of medical marijuana contained within;
- (d) The cannabinoid profile of the medical marijuana contained within, including the THC level;
- (e) Any other ingredient or ingredients besides medical marijuana contained within;
- (f) The name of the recommending physician;
- (g) The dispensing date that the medical marijuana was transferred to the qualified patient or caregiver;
- (h) The qualifying patient’s name and registration card number; and
- (i) A statement that the product is for medical use and not for resale or transfer to another person.