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An air tight container is a container that does not let air in or out. Cannabis products produce a strong herb smell and are subject to drying out and losing their freshness. Common packaging like vials or closures without liners are unable to create an airtight seal that maintains the freshness of the product as well as contain the odor. eBottles offers airtight packaging that will keep cannabis products lasting longer and eliminates the odor while it is stored.
Our 32 count glass jars are intentionally packed in reusable re-shipper cartons. They will not be sealed on the bottom allowing you to place the case (carefully holding the bottom closed) on your filling station. Now lift from the sides leaving the jars on the filling station. After filling and capping, flip the box over and use it to reship your products.

Requirements on cannabis packaging can vary by state, and by country. General information on medicinal cannabis is often found within the state’s Department of Health website.

The team at eBottles has experience with current packaging requirements. Contact us at 888-215-0023 with additional questions. For all other states view Leafly's guide

Email compliance@ebottles.com and we will provide you with the relevant documentation.

A child resistant container is a container certified by an independent testing laboratory to meet the standard established by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. The closure must be challenging for children, between the ages of 42 to 54 months, to open and accessible by seniors. The answer to the question is published in the Code of Federal Regulations Title 16, Part 1700.

 

The producer must ensure that the Marijuana is packaged in a manner that keeps it dry, has a tamper evident feature and meets the requirements of child resistant packaging. http://www.laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/SOR-2013-119/

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