Tips on how to ship a cannabinoid product safely and securely

Cannabinoid products are getting more and more popular, and it is important to know how to prepare them for sale. You can package your products in a variety of ways based on the type of product, but there are some basic guidelines to follow.

What are cannabinoids and what can they do to the body?

Cannabinoids are a family of chemical compounds that interacts with the brain’s ECS or endocannabinoid systems are a kind of chemical compound. Although the cannabinoids present in this plant are similar to cannabinoids naturally occurring in our bodies but they create different effects due to their interaction cannabinoid receptors. The Cannabinoids that are present within the cannabis plant include THC, CBD, and CBN. The cannabinoids used by people in their bodies to alleviate inflammation and pain, and to induce relaxation (not yet acknowledged by the FDA) are:

* Capsaicin found in chili peppers. It reduces itching; increases blood flow; assists with losing weight; eases pain.

* Capsicum (found in peppers of the Capsicum family): reduces inflammation; aids digestion; aids in arthritis and arthritis and

* Cinnamon: Increases blood flow and helps reduce pain/inflammation

* Ginger: Increases circulation and eases pain/inflammation. Reduces nausea

How do you package your cannabinoid product to sell

1.) Label all packaging with information about safety. This includes: the ingredients in the product, its method of use, is used, the frequency of use of use, and any warnings for side reactions or negative reactions (if relevant); expiration date (if applicable).

2) Check that your labels contain an indication of danger for those who use alcohol or nicotine in your cannabis extract

Although cannabis products might not be officially labelled, they must still comply with all labeling requirements.

4) Cannabis products that are designated for medical use should be packaged in child-proof containers. These is required by the FDA (US Food and Drug Administration). This is not necessary for recreational cannabis.

5) Cannabis that is to be vaporized needs to be labeled with instructions about how to do it safely, regardless of whether it’s intended to be smoked or vaped.

6) Cannabis that is to be eaten must have precautions for the possibility of accidental consumption by pets, children etc. Additionally, in some situations, it may be required to be labeled properly for dosage amounts.

7.) Cannabis products designed to be consumed via smoking or vaping require child-proof lids, suitable warning labels and ingredient lists. Cannabis that is not edible does not have to be listed or have dosage information.

8.) Cannabis products are required to have the THC content stated on the label.

For more information, click pre roll labels

Packaging materials that you will require

1.) Containers that are protected and can be used to store cannabis-related products, such as capsules/tablets as well as extracted oils. Prerolls (contains nicotine or any other psychoactive substances) and edibles that contain cannabis.

2.) Packaging materials should be child-proofed for cannabis products meant to be consumed or smoked, such as prerolls (contains nicotine or another psychoactive substance) blunts, cigarettes and other products which contain tobacco and other cannabinoids.

3) Packaging materials/indicators used for cannabis products intended to be consumed by other methods, such as capsules/tablets and edibles.

Packaging materials and indicators

1) Labels should always be clear and legible, clearly identifying the brand and product names as well as any warning labels. The label must contain all ingredients which include inactive ingredients (for instance, the majority of capsules have cellulose) as well as warnings concerning allergic reactions.

2) Packaging items that are not child-proof need to have clearly laid out instructions on how to access them safely, whether it is through pressing the top, turning the cap over, pulling off a tab, etc

3) Packaging materials for children must be clearly marked with instructions on how to open them, for example by pressing the top, twisting or pulling off tabs.

4.) packaging materials that are not child-proof need to list the THC content of their products.

Storage tips for packaging your extract of cannabidiol

1.) Place your bottle at the base of the container. The best location to store them is in a dark, cool area like a pantry or closet. You must label the box with “Cannabinoid Extracts” and include the entire ingredient list as well as storage guidelines

2.) Make sure that cannabis extracts are out of the reach of all other flammable substances

If you own pets or children, keep your valuables secure in a safe that is locked

4) The cannabis extracts should be stored in child-proof containers in the event that they are not used.

Tips on how to ship the cannabinoid products in a secure and safe manner

1) Label the outside of your container with “Cannabinoid Extracts”.

2.) Don’t mail it using an option that mixes cannabis with other products, such as USPS (combines marijuana and tobacco).

3) Make sure that the product is packed securely so that it won’t break in transit

4) Fill a case or box with bubble wrap, packing peanuts etc.

5.) Don’t make use of plastic bags.

6.) Maintain your product in its original packaging and do not ever re-seal the product in any way.

7) Check that the seal on your packaging is intact, even if it was only the item within your own country.

8.) Be sure that the ingredients are all written on the outside of the package, as well as any warning labels that are required about opening your container/ingredients.

9) Utilize a shipping agency that offers insurance. This ensures that if something goes wrong, you won’t lose your item.

10) If you’re shipping the package using FedEx or UPS, they require that the package be shipped on in a secure manner and with a signature verification. OnTrac is another option however it’s not associated with UPS.

11) Only ship to dispensaries that are licensed in the state of California however, make sure you find out how your state/city wants you to ship or label your product first.

12) Do not send it using a private carrier such as USPS (combines marijuana and tobacco).

13) If you’re shipping it across state lines Don’t mail it via the mail.

14) If you’re shipping outside of your own country and state, make sure you check what your city or state requires you to label or ship your product first.