Navigating the jargon on cannabis packaging can be a challenge. To help you out, here's a comprehensive guide on how to read medical marijuana container labels. When it comes to cannabis flower labels, the most important numbers to pay attention to are those that appear after “TOTAL THC” and “TOTAL CBD”. These figures refer to the amount of each compound that will be available after heating, i.e.
when you smoke or vaporize your flower. In most cases, the label will clearly state that the product contains marijuana. It could simply say, “This is a marijuana product” at the top of the label, or it may feature a universal symbol like the one used in California (pictured). Food labels may also include the words “cannabis-infused”.It's important to note that THC and CBD levels can vary from batch to batch, so it's always best to check the label before using any cannabis product. Additionally, some labels may include other information such as terpene profiles and cannabinoid ratios. By taking the time to read and understand cannabis labels, you can make sure you're getting the most out of your marijuana experience.