The FDA recently requested responses from CBD companies within 15 working days regarding how they plan to address the issues described in the warning letters or providing their reasoning with supporting information as to why their products remain legal…Continue Reading
Over the course of the past year, the industry has seen the rise of hemp-derived THC products, like delta 8, creep their way into the ebb and flow of the marijuana market. Unfortunately, this intrusion seems to have created a division between the hemp and marijuana communities.Continue Reading
Delta-8 THC hemp, sold at a stand, ignited controversy at St. Louis’ historic Soulard Farmers Market in the heart of Soulard near downtown. Adding to the issue, the bud was sold in large amounts, which drew more attention. Reportedly the delta-8 THC hemp was sold loosely in bins and a sign allegedly read, “10lbs. for $5,000.”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…
As a result of the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp and hemp products (with less than .3% Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol a/k/a Delta-9 THC) are considered federally legal, as opposed to any other products with Delta-9 THC, which have been federally banned in the United States for more than a century. Through a relatively simple chemical process known as…Continue Reading