Indiana Cannabis History
Medical and recreational cannabis use are currently illegal in Indiana, and the state has no provision for medical use. Hemp-derived CBD oil with less than 0.3% THC is the only form of cannabis that is currently permitted.
In 2017, HB 1148 legalized the use of CBD oil containing less than 0.3% THC for patients with uncontrollable seizures whose symptoms were resistant to traditional treatments.
Indiana Child-Resistant Packaging Rules
Since all forms of medical marijuana remain illegal in Idaho, child-resistant packaging standards outlined in The Poison Prevention Packaging Act apply.
Detailed child-safe packaging and labeling requirements can also be found in §1700.15 Poison prevention packaging standards.
Useful Links for Indiana Cannabis Regulations
Indiana Cannabis Growers Application
Editor's Note: Status as of 4/1/2021
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