Medical Marijuana Brand Registration
A producer shall assign a brand name to each marijuana product and shall register it with the Department of Consumer Protection prior to any sale to a dispensary facility. The brand name shall be associated with specific laboratory tests that include a terpenes profile and a list of all active ingredients including:
- Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)
- Tetrahydrocannabinol acid (THCA)
- Cannabidiols (CBD)
- Cannabidiolic acid (CBDA)
- Any other active ingredient that constitutes at least 1% of the marijuana batch used in the product.
A producer shall not label two marijuana products with the same brand name unless the laboratory test results for each product indicate that they contain the same level of each active ingredient listed within this section within a range of 97% to 103%.
The Department of Consumer Protection shall not register any brand name that:
- Is identical to, or confusingly similar to, the name of an existing non-marijuana product
- Is identical to, or confusingly similar to, the name of an unlawful product or substance
- Is confusingly similar to the name of a previously approved marijuana product brand name
- Is obscene or indecent
- May encourage the use of marijuana for recreational purposes
- May encourage the use of marijuana for a condition other than a debilitation medical condition
- Is customarily associated with persons under the age of 18
- Is related to the benefits, safety or efficacy of the marijuana product unless supported by substantial evidence or substantial clinical data
the online system, please visit https://www.elicense.ct.gov/ . Click “Register” in the top right corner of the screen to create an
account, and validate an active email address.
Producers should register each individual brand as a new business and enter the brand name under "Business Name"
To access the online application,
click “New Application” under Activities.
All fees are
non-refundable and non-transferable.
Content Last Modified on 8/18/2014 2:59:49 PM