A state trial court in Kentucky similarly upheld an injunction prohibiting the commissioner of the Kentucky State Police from “instituting or continuing any criminal enforcement action on the basis of legally compliant Hemp,” which “includes any products that contain [Delta-8 THC] unless it contains more than 0.3 percent [Delta-9 THC].”Continue Reading
Regulators in Michigan announced on Friday that a plan to allow cannabinoids derived from hemp to be processed into THC would be withdrawn from consideration. Delta 8 THC ban in Michigan, as well as other hemp derivatives…Continue Reading
For many, travel can bring discomfort or stress, and CBD can be very helpful in managing these inconveniences.
GoodCBD.com has grown quite a reputation for its calming properties, and many find this beneficial, especially when traveling.
Due to the Farm Bill CBD has been accepted on the federal level, however varying regulations from state to state…Continue Reading
Cannabis consumers have long prized potency (a high THC content) as one of the main factors that makes a particular strain more desirable. Though traditional demand for THC has caused an oversaturation of high-potency products, many consumers are starting to prefer less intense products that are lower in THC and higher in the non-intoxicating compound called CBD (cannabidiol)…Continue Reading
There’s a new cannabinoid player in town, and most don’t know everything about it… YET.
The interest in the delta-9 products will probably continue. As a general rule—for everyone’s health and safety—before we even dip our toes into this ‘legal’ THC variant, as some say, it’s vital that we do our research on it first. We, as consumers, should be able to identify what’s in it, what is it, and how it could affect our bodies. And how is the delta-8 different from the notorious delta-9 in every aspect? Good thing, we’re here to mediate in the delta 8 vs delta 9 fiasco. Time to dive deep and know the difference between delta 8 THC and delta 9 THC…