URB DELTA 8 DISPOSABLE DEVICE 0.5ML – 1CT
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Not legal in the following states:
– Hemp and Marijuana are simply broad classifications of Cannabis that were adopted into our culture; however, they are not legitimate nomenclature for the Cannabis plant.
– ?Hemp? is a term used to classify varieties of Cannabis that contain 0.3% or less Delta-9-THC content (by dry weight).
– “Marijuana? is a term used to classify varieties of Cannabis that contain more than 0.3% Delta-9-THC (by dry weight) and can induce psychotropic or euphoric effects on the user
The defining characteristic between hemp and marijuana is the chemical composition contained within each plant.
Both hemp and marijuana can produce high amounts of CBD, the non-intoxicating cannabis compound; however, THC is produced at very different levels.
While hemp was previously regulated as an illegal substance under the Controlled Substance Act of 1970, it was removed as an illegal substance under the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018, which federally legalized hemp and hemp-derived products that contain no more than 0.3% Delta-9-THC.
Marijuana, on the other hand, is still treated as a controlled substance and is federally illegal under the Controlled Substance Act.
Delta (9)-tetrahydrocannabinol is the chemical name for THC for the primary psychoactive ingredient in illicit, medical, and recreational marijuana.
Delta (8)-tetrahydrocannabinol is an isomer of Delta 9 THC, meaning they have the same chemical formula (C21H30O2) but different, distinct structures.
The US banned all Cannabis / Marijuana with the Controlled Substance Act (Defined in Section 802) This includes all extracts, oils, isomers, etc. However, this law was amended by the 2018 Farm Bill that exempts any cannabinoid that’s not Delta 9 THC, and derived from hemp, including Delta 8 THC (derived from hemp).
The 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp as it?s defined in Section 1639o. This means Hemp must have less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC. If Delta 8 THC is derived from hemp, then it is legal under the Farm Bill.
Delta 9 THC and Delta 8 THC are not the same thing. The primary difference being that Delta 8 THC is specifically exempted by the 2018 Farm Bill from the Controlled Substance Act, while Delta 9 THC is not.
In conclusion, Delta-8 carts are legal only if extracted from Hemp already containing 0.3% THC by dry weight.