Although it is old news, you must first learn about the 2018 farm bill to understand how Delta-8 THC is legal. On the topic of Delta-8 THC legality, we are well aware that many of our customers are simply taking our word for it. However, that isn’t what we want. Our blogs gives you the opportunity to be informed, get peace of mind, and be able to make more informed purchases. Also, it allows us to answer questions and address any concerns.
Without the 2018 Farm Bill, Delta-8 THC would not be legal, nor would the behemoth of a market that CBD has created. This bill took years to pass, it took the whole cannabis community of advocates to move it forward, and the outcome has been nothing short of phenomenal. As a direct result of the 2018 Farm Bill, many users are living life without anxiety and a variety of other conditions, entrepreneurs have created new businesses, and people have landed news jobs. Thanks to Delta-8 THC and its remarkable effects, people are feeling really good too!
Give us a moment of your time and allows us to tell you how it all started.
The Approval of The 2018 Farm Bill
On the day of December 12, 2018, Congress voted to pass the farm bill, also known as the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018. The House of Representatives approved the bill with a 369 to 47 vote, while the Senate approved the bill with an 87 to 13 vote. The Republican senator from Kentucky, Mitch McConnell, championed the bill as he’s been in support of hemp legalization for a long time due to its importance in the textile industry, cosmetics, and biofuel production. On the day of December 20, just 8 days after being approved, President Trump signed the 2018 Farm Bill into law.
What Does The 2018 Farm Bill Do?
The 2018 Farm Bill creates a distinction between Hemp and Marijuana, ultimately removing it from the Controlled Substances Act, and placing it into the hands of the Department of Agriculture. Within the farm bill, under section 12619, any cannabinoid derived from hemp is considered legal. In addition, the 2018 Farm Bill made all derivatives and isomers in hemp legal, as long as the final product contains less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC.
What Does This Mean For Delta-8 THC?
Although Delta-8 THC is a powerful cannabinoid native to the cannabis plant that is often found in very small amounts (when being compared to Delta-9 THC), delivers psychoactive effects, and only differs from Delta-9 THC by a few atomic bonds, Delta-8 THC is completely legal. The question is, how is it legal when it has the psychoactive capabilities similar to Delta-9 THC, the cannabinoid most known for producing the high in marijuana? It is quite interesting how this works. Delta-8 THC is actually an isomer of CBD. It is also both a derivative of hemp and CBD, and it’s also a cannabinoid found in hemp. This part here means that it is legal, as long as the final product contains less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC.
How Does Delta Effex Comply With Laws?
While we love providing an amazing product, our priority is to ensure we are within the combines of the law. Our customers lean on us to supply them with a product that not only delivers incredible quality and amazing effects but also to supply them with a product that is legal. For this reason, all of the Delta Effex products in our collection, such as our extracts, contain less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC.
How We’re Going Above and Beyond?
Ensuring that you are using a product that is legal is our first priority. The next priority is to make sure we’re providing a product that goes above and beyond any other option on the market. When creating our Delta Effex products, quality, performance, and effects are a focal point. In our extracts, we use strain-specific terpenes to enhance your experience. In our devices, we focus on details to offer the best performance and convenience to ensure your satisfaction. And, in our latest release, the Rainbow Pack Premium Delta 8 THC Gummies, we made sure infuse the tasty bites with tons of delicious flavor and 20mg of Delta-8 THC.