Cannabis Mylar Bags

At Packaging Forest, we offer top-quality Mylar bags for your cannabis products. Our Mylar bags are made with high-quality materials and are available in a variety of sizes and styles to fit your unique needs. The bags are designed to keep your cannabis products fresh while offering an added layer of protection against outside elements.

Our team of packaging experts will work with you to customize the design, color, and size of your Mylar bags. You can select the material, thickness, and other manufacturing options to ensure that your bags meet all of your packaging needs. With us, you can trust that your cannabis products will be securely and attractively packaged, ready to be delivered to your customers. Contact us today to learn more about our cannabis Mylar bags packaging options.

Box Style

Cannabis Mylar bags

Dimension (L + W + H)

All Custom Sizes & Shapes


100 - 500,000

Paper Stock

10pt to 28pt (60lb to 400lb) Eco-Friendly Kraft, E-flute Corrugated, Bux Board, Cardstock


No Printing, CMYK, CMYK + 1 PMS color, CMYK + 2 PMS colors


Gloss Lamination, Matte Lamination, Gloss AQ, Gloss UV, Matte UV, Spot UV, Embossing, Foiling

Included Options

Die Cutting, Gluing, Scored,Perforation

Additional Options

Eco-Friendly, Recycled Boxes, Biodegradable


Flat View, 3D Mock-up, Physical Sampling (On request)


4 - 8 Business Days, RUSH



How We Manufacture the Cannabis Mylar Bags Packaging 

When it comes to manufacturing Cannabis Mylar bags packaging, the process can involve several steps that ensure the final product is of high quality and meets industry standards. Some of the unique and different words that can be used to describe the manufacturing process include:
  • Extrusion

This is the process of melting and shaping plastic pellets into a continuous film. In the case of Cannabis Bag packaging, a specific type of plastic, such as Mylar, is melted and shaped into a thin film that is used to create the bags.
  • Co-extrusion

Co-extrusion is a process that involves combining multiple layers of plastic films with different properties to create a multi-layered film. This process can increase the strength, durability, and barrier properties of the Custom Delta 8 Bags, making them suitable for storing and transporting cannabis products.
  • Lamination

Lamination is the process of bonding multiple layers of films together to create a thicker and more robust film. In the case of Cannabis Mylar bag packaging, lamination can be used to add an additional layer of protection to the bags, making them more resistant to tears, punctures, and moisture.
  • Printing

Printing is the process of adding graphics, text, and other visual elements to the surface of the Custom Marijuana Bags. This process can be done using various printing methods, including flexographic, gravure, or digital printing.
  • Sealing

Sealing is the process of joining the edges of the Mylar film to create a bag. This can be done using heat or ultrasonic sealing methods, which create a strong and secure seal that prevents the contents from leaking or spilling.

Learn Something Mór About The Mylar Bags Material 

As for Pre Roll Mylar Bags, it is a type of plastic film that is often used in packaging applications due to their excellent barrier properties, durability, and heat resistance. Mylar is a brand name of polyester film produced by DuPont, and it is often used interchangeably with the term polyester film. Mylar material is available in different thicknesses and widths, even with unique properties that make it appropriate for specific applications for the product.

Some of the kinds of Mylar material that can be used in Cannabis Mylar bags packaging include:
  • Metalized Mylar

This is a Mylar film that has been coated with a thin layer of metal, such as aluminum, to create a barrier against oxygen, moisture, and light. Metallized Mylar material is used when there is a need for a high level of protection for the inner product.
  • Clear Mylar

This is a Mylar film that is transparent and has a high degree of clarity. Clear Mylar is often used in packaging applications where the contents need to be visible, such as in windowed pouches or display packaging.
  • Matte Mylar

This is a Mylar film that has a matte or frosted finish, which can provide a premium and luxurious look to the packaging. Matte Vape Mylar Bags are often used in high-end packaging applications, such as for cannabis products that target the luxury market.
  • Colored Mylar

This is a Mylar film that comes in a range of colors and can be used to create custom packaging solutions that match the branding or product specifications. Colored Mylar is often used in marketing and promotional campaigns, where the packaging needs to stand out and be memorable.

Get Quality Boxes With Different Unique Features

These are some of the techniques we use in print and graphic design that can enhance the visual appeal and texture of a printed Custom Mylar Bags material.


Lamination is a process of covering the surface of printed material with a thin layer of plastic film. This technique helps to protect the printed material from wear and tear, moisture, and smudging. Lamination can be done using a glossy or matte finish, which can add a luxurious look and feel to the printed material. Lamination is commonly used for business cards, book covers, menus, and packaging materials.


Foiling is a technique used to add metallic or holographic finishes to printed material. A thin layer of metallic or holographic foil is applied to the surface of the paper using heat and pressure. This technique creates a metallic or reflective effect, which can add a sense of luxury and sophistication to the printed material. Foiling is commonly used for business cards, invitations, and packaging materials.


Embossing is a process of creating a raised impression on the surface of a printed material. The design or text is pressed onto the paper using a die and a metal plate, creating a three-dimensional effect. Embossing can add texture and depth to a design, making it stand out from the background. Embossing is commonly used for business cards, letterheads, and wedding invitations.


Debossing is the opposite of embossing, where the design or text is pressed into the paper, creating a depressed impression. This technique can add a subtle texture to the printed material, which can enhance the visual appeal of the design. Debossing is commonly used for business cards, stationery, and packaging materials.

Spot UV

Spot UV is a technique used to add a glossy or matte finish to a specific area of printed material. A layer of varnish is applied to the desired area using a UV lamp, creating a contrast between the shiny and matte finishes. This technique can create a striking visual effect and draw attention to the specific area of the design. Spot UV is commonly used for business cards, brochures, and packaging materials.

Finishing With Gold and Silver: 

Finishing with gold and silver is a technique used to add a metallic finish to a printed material. The gold and silver finishes are usually achieved through foiling or a special ink that contains metallic particles. This technique can add a sense of luxury and sophistication to the design, making it stand out from the background. Finishing with gold and silver is commonly used for business cards, invitations, and packaging materials.


Stamping is a process of applying ink or foil to the surface of a printed material using a metal or rubber stamp. This technique can create a unique and distinctive look for the design, which can enhance its visual appeal. Stamping is commonly used for business cards, invitations, and packaging materials.


Typography refers to the arrangement of type on a printed material. The choice of font, size, and spacing can significantly impact the design's visual appeal and readability. A well-crafted typography can create a professional and elegant look for the design, while a poorly executed typography can make it look unprofessional and hard to read. Typography is critical in all forms of printed materials, including books, magazines, and advertisements.

Turn Around Time

Turnaround time refers to the time it takes to complete a printing job, from when the order is placed to when the finished product is delivered. The turnaround time rests on the involvement of the job and according to the order of the bags. Most printing companies offer different turnaround time options to suit the client's needs. We give the following including:
  • 4-6 Business Days: This is the standard turnaround time for most printing jobs. It is suitable for clients without urgent deadlines and who want to keep costs low.
  • Rush: Rush turnaround time involves completing the printing job within a shorter time frame, such as 24 hours or 48 hours. This option is suitable for clients who have urgent deadlines and are willing to pay extra for the expedited service.
Our coating options and turnaround time are important considerations when ordering Cannabis Mylar bags packaging. Choosing the right coating and options can enhance the appearance and functionality of the printed materials while selecting the appropriate turnaround time can ensure the job is completed within the required timeframe.