People are always looking for ways to improve their lives, and Delta 8 THC is no exception. Delta 8 THC has been legalized in many states across the US, but Texas has remained hesitant about legalizing Delta 8 THC. However, the future of Delta 8 THC in Texas may be changing soon according to 3 predictions.
The first prediction is that Delta 8 will be legalized by 2020 due to public pressure on lawmakers
August Battles was barely out of high school when he and his friend decided to capitalize on the 2018 Farm Bill—in which Congress legalized an American hemp industry. The duo went on selling “CBD cigarettes” containing low-THC, high(er) CBD cultivar cannabis sativa that's legal under federal law; they never imagined how successful their entrepreneurial endeavor would be.
The company has managed to pivot from CBD products, which have been a bust in recent years because of the boom before it fizzled out, and now sell their Delta-8 THC hemp-derived cannabinoid. These are legal under federal law as long they don't contain any marijuana ingredients. They can be found at smoke shops all over America or even online for those who want them shipped across country borders.
The second prediction is that Delta 8 will become a major export market for Texas as other countries legalize it
As the Dallas Morning News reported this week, Delta-8 remains a controlled drug in Texas. With both federal and state governments differing on what is considered to be dangerous substances by keeping separate lists of banned goods; word failed to get out that anything containing CBD would likely not be allowed for sale within our borders – even if it's an edible product or lotion with THC content at less than 1%.
Delta-8 became one of the most popular products at dispensaries in Texas after users reported that it produced a similar “high” effect as marijuana. The variant was made legal with Governor Greg Abbott's signature on House Bill 1325, which allowed for any hemp product containing less than 0.3% THC–including delta 8 (which also happens to be an ingredient).
And finally, there's a chance that Delta 7 will be used instead of Delta 8 because of its lower risk profile
Delta 7 THC, an organic compound that acts as a delta opioid with some similarity to THC. It has been found in only small quantities but may have the potential for use by those seeking pain relief without feeling any psychoactive effects (and who is interested?!)
The best thing about this new discovery: apart from being completely non psychoactive it doesn't actually interact very much at all with our brain's receptors either.
In recent months, Delta-8 THC has driven a fast-growing grey market across the United States. But cannabis laboratory scientists warn that while regulators and legislators are in a stir about this new molecule's potential benefits or risks for consumers – many other unidentified cannabinoids exist with unknown medicinal properties similar to those found within plant matter itself.
The future of Delta 8 THC in Texas is uncertain, but it's clear that the demand for cannabis continues to grow. We'll be following this issue closely and will keep you informed with our blog posts. Until then, let us know if there are any questions or concerns you have about how your business can navigate these changes by reaching out!
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