Canna Supply House is proud to announce we’ve partnered with two new domestic production facilities to offer our customers fully recyclable 100% cardboard packaging, now made in the USA! Why produce domestically? Sustainability and efficiency. Locally made packaging offers faster turnaround times, reduced shipping costs, and a significantly lower carbon footprint. Our lightweight, all-paper designs are fully customizable to hold vape cartridges, pens, pre rolls, tincture bottles, and more. For a more substantial look that's still plastic-free and recyclable, we also offer aluminum tins, tubes, and glass jars.
Whether you’re a beginner seeking the basics or a seasoned pro looking to level up their extraction methods, you’ll want to check out CHNANY member Floriza Doyle’s informative breakdown of the methods and benefits of making your own edibles: An Introduction to Cooking with Cannabis By Floriza Doyle. Published 07/26/21 The current assortment of ready-made cannabis edibles includes baked goods, gummies, chocolates, lozenges, and beverages. There is also an emerging group of cannabis chefs who host private dinners and treat cannabis simply as another ingredient in their toolkit. Edibles can be a safe, discreet, and effective way to...
Cannabis Rules & Regulations: A State-By-State Guide With current studies showing that nine in ten Americans now support an end to marijuana prohibition, state laws are changing rapidly across the country. With policies ranging from full legalization for recreational use to heavily restricted medical programs only available to the sickest patients, it can be difficult to keep track of the latest developments. So, to celebrate 4/20, we’ve compiled the following guide as a resource for state-specific information about child-resistant packaging regulations, ongoing legislation efforts, and useful links, including applications for marijuana and hemp cultivation licenses for every state and the...
Washington D.C. Cannabis History Cannabis is legal for both medical use and recreational use for possession, personal use, cultivation, and transportation, but not for sale in the District of Columbia. In 2014, D.C. voters overwhelmingly approved Initiative 71, or the Legalization of Possession of Minimal Amounts of Marijuana for Personal Use Act of 2014. Previously, possession or use of marijuana without a physician's recommendation was prohibited under the Legalization of Marijuana for Medical Treatment Initiative of 1998. Washington D.C. Child-Resistant Packaging Rules The District of Columbia’s child-resistant packaging and labeling regulations are as follows: 5607 LABELING AND PACKAGING...