HIGH FRIENDS! Today we discuss SIX different ways that you can use Delta-8 THC, a cannabinoid found in hemp plants that offers a similar, more subtle high than regular THC. We’ve partnered with Hometown Hero, an Austin-based company using American hemp plants to make Delta-8 gummies, tinctures, topicals, and more! We had no clue how versatile this cannabinoid could be and hope this opens some ideas for how you can explore this legal canna-alternative! Sending good vibes! ✨
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Delta 8 THC is a cannabinoid found in the hemp plant that has recently gained popularity due to its accessibility and promising applications.
YES, DELTA 8 THC IS FEDERALLY LEGAL
Made legal under the Farm Bill, Delta 8 THC products are available for purchase in most states and delivers an uplifting feeling to its users with a relaxing body sensation. It has properties familiar to that of Delta 9 THC, the main chemical marijuana, but with less potency and different effects.
WHAT IS THE FARM BILL?
The farm bill is a package of legislation passed roughly every five years that has a large impact on farming livelihoods, how our food is grown, and what kind of agriculture can be grown legally.
Signed by President Trump on December 20th 2018 and implemented by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the latest Farm Bill allows pilot programs to study hemp and hemp-derived products while also outlining actions that are considered violations of the federal hemp law, including such activities as cultivating hemp without a license or producing cannabis with more than .3 percent Delta 9 THC.
Delta 8 THC is legally allowed under the latest Farm Bill, as it does not fit the definition of marijuana under the Controlled Substance Act and is derived from the legal hemp plant.
THE FUTURE OF THC LEGALIZATION
With the use of Delta 8 THC and other cannabinoids becoming more and more widespread nationwide, we have to ask the next question: Will marijuana become legal?
Marijuana, or more specifically, marijuana with more than .3% Delta 9 THC has been a hot button issue nationwide. With more and more states legalizing it each and every year, this year, history is being made. As of this November, for the first time ever, the house will vote on federal marijuana legalization. Though it would still be up to the individual states to pass their own regulations, many economists are proposing that the legalization and regulation of marijuana could help fill the hole left in the economy by the economic downturn we have seen in 2020. If you’re interested in seeing marijuana become legal in your state, call your state and local government to voice your opinions on the legalization of marijuana.
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