October 17, 2019 begins the second wave of the legalization of cannabis is the edibles. A huge market is added to the one already in place for exactly 1 year and which is just taking off after several missed.
Here are the requirements companies must meet to be in good standing with Cannada Health
The regulations impose a 10-mg THC limit on cannabis edibles in the form of solids and beverages, and no vitamins, minerals, nicotine or alcohol may be added to the products. There are also limits on how much caffeine will be permitted in edibles.
For cannabis extracts, the rules impose a 10-mg THC limit on ingested extracts—such as capsules—with a maximum of 1,000 mg of THC per package.
For inhaled extracts and concentrates, the rules mandate a 1,000-mg THC cap per package. Extracts can have no added vitamins, minerals, sugars, sweeteners, colors, nicotine or caffeine. The maximum package size for liquid ingested and inhaled extracts is 90 ml, while the maximum package size for solid extracts is 7.5 grams.
From tomorrow, we must expect a flood of new products, new associations or new investments in the cannabis market.
The rules dictate a maximum of 1,000 mg of THC per package for cannabis topicals, and topical products can only be used on skin, hair and nails. The proposed regulations mandate that all cannabis edibles, extracts and topicals be sold in plain, child-resistant packaging, and the label must include the standardized cannabis symbol for products containing THC, a health warning message, the THC and CBD content, an ingredient list and allergens.
Edibles packaging muse also include a nutrition facts table. No health or dietary claims can be made on the label, and there can be no branding elements that associate the product with alcoholic beverages or brands. Licensed producers must submit their proposed products for approval 60 days prior to releasing them into distribution channels.
It is important to understand that sales will only begin in mid-December. But from tomorrow, we must expect a flood of new products, new associations or new investments in the cannabis market.
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