cbd tag

Cbd tag

MYVW12: 5” x 8.14” x 2.33” Pouch w/ 4” x 5.25” Label

MYVS1: 6” x 9.25” x 2.33” Pouch w/ 5” x 6.5” Label

Cannabis and cannabidiol (CBD) are making their way out of the fringes and into the mainstream. Medical professionals use the whole plant and basic extracts of the plants to treat a variety of chronic health conditions and illnesses. With benefits like relief from pain and nausea, people with debilitating medical conditions can finally experience natural relief from their symptoms thanks to the cannabis industry.

White Front &
White Back

MYVS14: 4” x 6.5” x 1.78” Pouch w/ 3.25” x 3.875” Label

MYVS1G: 3” x 4.5” Pouch w/ 2.25” x 3” Label

CRPNS33: 3.4″ x 3.7″ Child-Resistant Pouch w/ 2” x 2.75” Label

Silver Front &
Clear Back

MYWW1: 6” x 9.25” x 2.33” Pouch w/ 5” x 6.5” Label

Pouch packaging has enjoyed an uptick in popularity for several reasons. It is flexible, yet it also has a stable bottom. This makes it ideal for patient storage, but also for preparation and dispensary storage. Pouches also have visual appeal because they allow for large-scale, full color printing. Stock flexible packaging with custom labels provides an economical way to achieve the same effect as a fully-printed pouch, without the large quantities or high price tag.

Cannabidiol or CBD is a natural compound found in the cannabis plant that is being marketed for its medical and therapeutic properties. It is a safe, non-intoxicating substance derived from cannabis and hemp plants. While state and local regulations governing the use of CBD continue to evolve, a rapidly growing marketplace demand has resulted in hundreds of new products containing the compound being added to the shelves of upscale boutiques, convenience stores, coffee shops, community markets, chiropractic offices, health clubs, and even major retailers such as Walgreens, CVS, Sephora and others. Lightning Labels has been providing CBD manufacturers with custom printed digital labels from the earliest days of cannabis legalization, so we have a great deal of expertise in this industry.

How To Obtain Custom CBD Labels For Your Products

The most common product being sold is CBD oil, although there are numbers of related formulations produced from the oil, such as gummies, oil tinctures, soft-gel capsules, oral sprays, topical creams and lotions. CBD packaging and labeling requirements vary by product type, depending on the specific formula and container chosen by the manufacturer. Because of the oil content, an important consideration is using labels for CBD products that are water- and oil-resistant. Whatever form your product takes, it’s critical to create a CBD label design with a premium look, which will help you establish a distinctive, attention-getting brand that will stand out from the crowd.

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Marketing The Many Varieties Of CBD

Products containing cannabidiol (CBD) are now available throughout the United States, but their quality is oftentimes questionable. The CBD and Δ 9 -tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content of 25 commercially available hemp oil products, obtained throughout the state of Mississippi, was determined via gas chromatography/flame ionization detection (GC/FID). These products were also analyzed for the presence of synthetic cannabinoids using full scan gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS). Analytical findings were compared to label claims for CBD content. Product label claims for CBD ranged from no claim to 500 mg per serving; however, marked variability was observed between actual CBD content and claimed quantities. Of the 25 products, only three were within ±20% of label claim. Fifteen were well below the stated claim for CBD; two exceed claims in excess of 50%; and 5 made no claims. In addition, THC content for three products exceeded the 0.3% legal limit. Furthermore, four products-primarily marketed for vaping-were adulterated with synthetic cannabinoids. From this small, but diverse, sampling of hemp-derived merchandise, it appears that most product label claims do not accurately reflect actual CBD content and are fraudulent in that regard. Moreover, products that exceed legal THC levels may jeopardize a consumer’s employment status (i.e. failed “drug test”), while those adulterated with synthetic cannabinoids may subject them to serious adverse health effects. These findings argue strongly for further development of current good manufacturing practices for CBD-containing products and their stringent enforcement.

Keywords: CBD; THC; cannabidiol; phytocannabinoids; quality control; synthetic cannabinoids; Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol.