Delaware Cannabis History
In 2011, Gov. Jack Markell signed the Delaware Medical Marijuana Act (DMMA), allowing qualifying patients to purchase and consume cannabis for medical use. Cannabis has been decriminalized in Delaware since 2015.
Delaware Child-Resistant Packaging Rules
Delaware's regulations for child-safe marijuana packaging are outlined in 16 Del.C. Ch. 49A, The Delaware Medical Marijuana Act.
Delaware’s cannabis labeling and packaging guidelines include a description of the packaging which must include:
- The name of the strain, batch, and quantity;
- The statement “this product is for medical use only, not for resale;”
- Details indicating
- (1) the medical marijuana is free of contaminants, and
- (2) the levels of active ingredients in the product.
For more information, please refer to The State of Delaware Medical Marijuana Code.
Useful Links for Delaware Cannabis Regulations
Delaware Cannabis Growers Application
Editor's Note: Status as of 4/1/2021
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