Kush Marketplace – Delta 8 Restrictions

The Federal Government recognized Hemp (and Hemp Derived Cannabinoids) as a legal crop in 2018 with the passing of the Farm Bill. As of now, it does seem that Delta 8 THC fits within the farm bills standards as long as it doesn’t contain over .3% Delta 9 THC.. but every state can differ.

Currently there’s 17 States that have explicitly banned Delta 8 in Hemp Products (and other THC Isomers / Intoxicating Cannabinoids) including; Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New York, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, & Washington.

Note: Virginia has banned delta 8 products from consumables like Beverages and Edibles.

Note: Minnesota does limit Delta 8 products to five milligrams of total combined THC – such as delta-9, delta-8 and delta-10 – per serving, with individual packages limited to 50mg.

More details in our State By State legal breakdown.

If your not located in one of these states, then your in luck! For the time being it doesn’t seem there’s any laws prohibiting the buying and selling of Delta 8 products along with other federally legal hemp derived cannabinoids. But things can change fast, so make sure to check your local laws and regulations before making a sale or purchase.

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