Delta 8 THC products have been flying off the shelves across Texas lately – but what exactly are these products? If they have THC in them that can get you high, how are they legal in Texas? Is delta 8 legal in Texas, to begin with? We look to answer all these questions and more today. Let’s dive into our full guide on the current laws and regulations for delta 8 in Texas.

What is Delta 8 THC?

Now, we’ve answered this question more in-depth in other blogs, as well as in our FAQ. As a quick summary, though, delta 8 THC is a less-potent form of THC. It’s found in hemp and marijuana plants, but only ever incredibly small quantities. So, while it’s a THC that can get someone high, it’s not delta-9 THC, which is the THC that is federally illegal.

Based on the 2018 Farm Bill, to date, hemp and its derivatives are legal if they contain 0.3% delta-9 THC or less on a dry-weight basis. Fortunately, our delta 8 THC products always follow these guidelines. 

How is Delta 8 Legal?

So, the 2018 Farm Bill is what makes industrial hemp legal. The bill also changes the legal definition of hemp. Now, industrial hemp is any cannabis plant that contains 0.3% delta-9 THC or less on a dry-weight basis. 

Is Delta 8 Legal in Texas?

What are the rules for how that pertains to Texas, though? Is delta 8 legal in Texas, too? The 2018 Farm Bill gave states the power to decide if they wanted to take advantage of hemp. Texas obliged, and the Texas Hemp Plan went into effect in 2019. 

And the Texas Hemp Plan provides excellent news for delta 8 users. In it, the writing specifies again and again that THC concentration levels only pertain to the delta-9 THC component. All hemp products must contain 0.3% delta-9 THC or less on a dry-weight basis.

Fortunately, that’s exactly what we do with our delta 8 products. They’re lab-tested to ensure they contain 0.3% delta-9 THC or less on a dry-weight basis. As the delta 8 THC quantity doesn’t matter, this means our delta 8 products are perfectly legal in the state of Texas. So, is delta 8 legal in Texas? That’s a resounding yes!

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