14 States block the sale of Delta-8 THC. What does this mean for its legality?


Delta-8 THC is federally legal, which means that vendors can sell it with no oversight. However, 14 states have blocked the sale of delta-8 citing a lack of research into its psychoactive effects. In this article, we will discuss delta-8 THC, its legality, and why some states have banned it. What is Delta-8 THC and Why is it Gaining Popularity? Delta-8 THC is a cannabinoid that comes from the cannabis plant. It can come in pill form or it can be consumed through vaporization, or orally in edibles. Most people believe that this drug is much less potent and intense when compared to marijuana. Traditionally when we think of marijuana, it’s Delta-9 THC that we attribute the feeling of getting high to. And Delta-9 THC is illegal at federal level and in most states. Delta 8 THC is a less intense, yet still pleasurable, way to experience the benefits of cannabis. For people who use marijuana but whose life could be negatively impacted by being high – such as those who are in in the public eye, or those who do physical work – Delta-8 creates a healthier and safer option while still providing many of the other benefits and healing properties found in cannabis. People who suffer from high anxiety can try using Delta-8 as a natural medicine for their symptoms. By reducing stress and calming the body, many people report feeling better even just after one use. It can come as a capsule, edible, or as a vaporizable liquid and can even be bought online. This makes it much easier to procure, and consume when compared to smoking traditional marijuana buds. However, Delta-8 flower is also available for those who prefer to smoke. Why is Delta-8 federally legal when Delta-9 THC isn’t? The bill legalizing hemp does not…

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