Concentrate Containers

DIZPOT now offers a wide range of dab packaging and concentrate containers at wholesale prices. Buy in bulk, customize, and leave your branding efforts to us. By working with our team of industry experts, we can help you to get the ideal packaging and brand it in accordance with all your wax and concentrate containers needs.  


We know that reliable packaging and container wholesalers aren’t easy to find so we want to make sure that once you work with us, you find a partner you can trust. Be it bulk plastic jars, syringes for concentrates, blisters or tincture jars for concentrates, we’re always happy to help you get the containers your patients can rely on. 


Don’t worry about having to fit your product inside any one-size-fits-all container. Our reps are well-versed in the catalog and can help you find exactly what containers and jars you need. Unsure of exactly what you want? That’s fine too! Consult with our reps – along with our art team — so we can get you the perfect concentrate container to meet your product needs.


Many legal cannabis consumers are switching to (or supplementing with) Cannabis concentrates. If you’re not yet offering them, you may be leaving behind a large number of sales. Ready to get started? Here’s what you need to know.


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Cannabis concentrates (also known as wax, shatter, honey oil, tinctures, and dabs) are the result of Cannabis that has been processed so that the THC is concentrated. Concentrates are very popular as they are highly potent and generally more discreet than other methods of Cannabis consumption. High-quality concentrates usually have a mellower flavor and odor than smoking Cannabis flowers, and some forms of concentrate can even be used in cooking. In order to preserve the taste, smell, and potency of your concentrates, it's important to store them properly.

Which Concentrate Containers Are Best?

The type of concentrate container you need will depend entirely on the type of Cannabis concentrate you will be storing. Thinner oils and tinctures, for example, should be stored in dropper bottles or syringes, while thicker waxes and shatters can be stored in paper, acrylic, silicone, or glass containers. DIZPOT offers many different storage solutions for all your concentrate needs.

Whichever storage container you decide to use, it should be clearly labeled. Specific label requirements will vary from state to state, especially as Cannabis products are still in a legal grey area on the federal level. Best practices are informed by what is considered standard in other related industries, as set forth by the Food & Drug Administration. In general, it's a good idea to include each of the following items in an easily readable font:

  1. The name of the product. Whenever possible, use the name most legally recognized. In cases where there is no established legal name for the product, any commonly recognized descriptive terms may be used. Other names may be present as well.
  2. Contact information for the license holder. This includes a business name, as well as an e-mail address or phone number. Unlike federally regulated products, Cannabis products should not mention the license holder's address, as doing so may present unnecessary security risks.
  3. Net contents, in metric and standard units. A product's net contents includes the final weight or quantity that is consumable; that is, not the packaging. If the concentrate is liquid, this measure should be labeled "net contents." If the concentrate is viscous, semi-solid, or solid, the measure should be labeled "net weights."
  4. All relevant identification numbers. While there is still a need for standardization at the national level, each state has its own requirement for identification numbers. These may include license numbers, batch numbers, lot codes, and tracking numbers.
  5. A detailed list of nutritional facts. These nutrition facts should reflect the FDA standards for other consumable products. An ingredients list, in descending order based on weight, including any relevant allergen warnings, is a good place to start. For orally consumed products, this should also include a number of servings and the amount in each serving of things like calories, vitamins, minerals, sugars, et cetera.
  6. A "Cannabis Facts" panel. While the specific requirements vary, it's a good idea to include information about all present cannabinoids, both active and effective. This information should be given respect to the recommended dose, as well as, respect to the entire container. This information should be modeled after FDA standards for a "Drug Facts" panel.
  7. Contaminant testing information (as required). In most cases, a simple "pass/fail" rating is enough; seeing the specific names of contaminants may cause undue concern in the average consumer. However, there is a push for federally mandated testing, which would eliminate the need for information to appear on the label at all.
  8. All relevant warnings. If your region has a universal label symbol, it should be prominent on the label. Warnings should also appear in words; check your local regulations to see what is required.

​​​​​​​When producing and distributing Cannabis products on a large scale, savvy shoppers buy in bulk. In general, the larger the lot, the lower the per-unit pricing. DIZPOT offers both small and large wholesale lots to meet the needs of a wide variety of commercial and personal-use concentrate producers. Whether you need only 50 small containers or 500 cases of empty dab jars, DIZPOT's great wholesale prices let you decide how much you can save.

Product customization is available for all products, such as custom blister packs, custom jar lids, custom mylar bags, and many more. Don't see the customization options you want? Send the creative team a message for an individual consultation: [email protected]

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