Mich. Admin. Code R. 420.504

Current through Vol. 23-01, February 1, 2023
Section R. 420.504 - Marihuana product sale or transfer; labeling and packaging requirements

Rule 4.

(1) Before a marihuana product is sold or transferred to or by a marihuana sales location, the container, bag, or product holding the marihuana product must be sealed and labeled with all of the following information:
(a) The name and the state license number of the cultivator or producer, including business or trade name, and package tag as assigned by the statewide monitoring system.
(b)The name and the marihuana license number of the licensee that packaged the product, including business or trade name, if different from the producer of the marihuana product.
(c) Date of harvest, if applicable.
(d) Name of strain, if applicable.
(e) Net weight in United States customary or metric units.
(f) Concentration of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) as reported by the laboratory after potency testing along with a statement that the actual value may vary from the reported value by 10%.
(g) Activation time expressed in words or through a pictogram.
(h) Name of the laboratory that performed passing compliance testing on the product in final form and any test analysis date.
(i) The universal symbol for marihuana product published on the agency's website.
(j) A warning that includes all the following statements:
(i) "It is illegal to drive a motor vehicle while under the influence of marihuana."
(ii) "National Poison Control Center 1-800-222-1222."
(iii) For products being sold by a marihuana facility that exceed the maximum THC levels allowed for products sold under MRTMA, "For use by registered qualifying patients only. Keep out of reach of children."
(iv) For all other products, "For use by individuals 21 years of age or older or registered qualifying patients only. Keep out of reach of children."
(v) In clearly legible type and surrounded by a continuous heavy line: "WARNING: USE BY PREGNANT OR BREASTFEEDING WOMEN, OR BY WOMEN PLANNING TO BECOME PREGNANT, MAY RESULT IN FETAL INJURY, PRETERM BIRTH, LOW BIRTH WEIGHT, OR DEVELOPMENTAL PROBLEMS FOR THE CHILD."
(2) An edible marihuana product sold by a marihuana sales location must comply with R 420.403(7) to (10).
(3) An infused marihuana product sold by a marihuana sales location must comply with R 420.403(7).
(4) A marihuana sales location must make available to every customer at the time of sale a pamphlet measuring at least 3.5 inches by 5 inches, that includes, at minimum, the statement "National Poison Control Center Hotline 1-800-222-1212," and at least two of the following statements:
(a) Marijuana use during adolescence may affect the developing brain negatively by impairing thinking and problem solving.
(b) Marijuana use during adolescence may affect the developing brain negatively by impairing memory and learning.
(c) Marijuana use during adolescence may affect the developing brain negatively by impairing coordination.
(d) Marijuana use during adolescence may affect the developing brain negatively by impairing ability to maintain attention.
(e) Marijuana use during adolescence may impact performance in school.
(f) Marijuana use during adolescence may impact the risk of mental health issues.
(g) Marijuana use during adolescence may impact driving abilities.
(h) Marijuana use during adolescence may impact the potential for addiction.
(i) Any other statement as approved by the agency and published on the agency's website.

Mich. Admin. Code R. 420.504

2020 AACS; 2022 MR 5, Eff. 3/7/2022