Total THC vs. Delta-9 THC: Which Is Recognized by the Law?
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Total THC vs. Delta-9 THC: Which Is Recognized by the Law?

Legal Green Solutions 5/7/2020

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Note: This article is not meant to serve as legal advisement. If you are seeking legal assistance, please contact a lawyer involved in the hemp/cannabis industry. Below is an interpretation as of 5/7/2020 from Legal Green Solutions. For complete up-to-date information, please check with your state authorities.

If you’re involved in the hemp industry at any facet and you deal with product or transportation outside of your state, you’ve likely run into conflicting information on whether Total THC or Delta-9 THC levels make your product considered high THC cannabis and not hemp. The reason for this is that each state has its own laws regarding hemp and that there’s conflicting information at a federal law level in the 2018 Farm Bill. We’re going to break down all the information about this question in this article.

Note: This article is not meant to serve as legal advisement. If you are seeking legal assistance, please contact a lawyer involved in the hemp/cannabis industry. Below is our interpretation as of 5/7/2020. For complete up-to-date information, please check with your state authorities.

What Does Federal Law Say?

When it comes to what is legally hemp, the 2018 Farm Bill states the following:

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