Rule 3796:8-2-06 | Portions, dosing, and units of medical marijuana sold at a dispensary.
To be eligible for sale by a dispensary:
(A) Edible liquids containing multiple portions, or doses, of medical marijuana shall be packaged in a structure that uses a single mechanism to achieve both child-resistant properties and accurate pouring measurement of portions, or doses. The measurement component shall be included within the child-resistant cap or closure of the bottle and cannot be a separate component.
(B) No single portion or dose of medical marijuana in the following forms shall exceed fifty-five milligrams of THC:
(1) Oil, tincture, capsule, or edible form for oral administration;
(2) Strips, sprays, salves, dissolving tablets, lozenges, tinctures, and films for sublingual administration; and
(3) Patches for transdermal administration.
(C) Each portion or dose of medical marijuana shall be clearly demarked in a way that enables a reasonable person to intuitively determine how much of the product constitutes a single portion or dose.
(D) Each portion or dose of medical marijuana in patch form must be individually marked with the total target THC content indicated in the product identifier assignment application.
(E) Each portion or dose of medical marijuana shall contain not less than ninety per cent or no more than one hundred ten per cent of the concentration of total target THC content indicated in the product identifier assignment application. For plant material, a total THC concentration of less than three-tenths of one per cent will be considered as having zero per cent THC content. There is no zero per cent threshold for THC per cent in processed forms of medical marijuana.
Last updated February 14, 2022 at 8:59 AM