Nevada State Compliance

Exit Packaging

Stores must place the marijuana in a child-resistant exit package (that’s where we come in!)

Since Re:stash jars are opaque, child resistant and closeable, they can serve as an exit package for:
flower, edibles, concentrates, extracts, seeds and tropicals.

Packaging must protect the herb from contamination and not give off toxic chemicals.

Reusable Packaging

Re:stash is the dispensary growler

Only packaging that is re-sealable and child-resistant every time may be reused.

No excuse for single use, re:up with Re:stash!


Labeling text must be:
  • Printed in at least 10-point font & may not be in italics
  • Each label must be at least 2 3/4" high by 4" wide.
  • Clearly written or printed in English
Labels must include:
  • The business name & registration certificate number, lot number, dates of harvest, final testing, and packaging, concentration of THC and CBD, If perishable- expiration date and quantity of marijuana.
  • Warning: “This product may have intoxicating effects and may be habit forming.”
  • Statement: “This product may be unlawful outside of the State of Nevada.”

Read more about the specific label requirements here.

Child-Resistant Packaging

Safety first!

Cannabis must be sold in opaque child-resistant packages.

The nitty gritty:
See our CPSC Certification

General requirements
for approved marijuana packaging

Cannot be attractive to minors. Cannot have any false or misleading statements. Must protect the marijuana item. Must be an opaque container. Containers and packaging that hold marijuana items must protect them from contamination and must not expose the marijuana item to any toxic or harmful substance.