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The Bureau of Medical Marihuana Regulation (BMMR) enforce the Administrative Rules under the authority of the Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act (MMFLA).

Administrative Rule 62 (R 333.262) states that marihuana-infused products processed, sold, or transferred through provisioning centers must not exceed the maximum THC levels as established by the department.

For the purposes of maximum THC levels for marihuana-infused products, the department shall publish a list of maximum THC concentration and allowable dose limits.


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December 3, 2018

This technical bulletin does not constitute legal advice and is  subject to change. Licensees are encouraged to seek legal counsel to ensure their operations comply with the Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act and associated Administrative Rules.

Changes from the previous Emergency Rules include:

• The limits were removed for topicals as they are not designed to be transdermal.

• The limits were lowered for edible maximum per container to be more in line with other states (Oregon, Washington).

• THC limits were increased for capsules to allow for more in the container.

• Dosages were added for products that did not have them; containers will now have clear directions and dosages to ensure patients do not over medicate.

• Patients typically start with 10mg servings; an allowance between 50mg -100mg allows a patient/caregiver to purchase higher strength medicine if needed.

See the Official Release Here

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