The Federal Drug Administration seeks public comments about kratom, a Southeast Asian tropical plant that is not currently illegal but can have “opioid like” effects. Kratom is legal and can be purchased in the United States as a dietary supplement. It’s often used as an energy boost, mood booster, pain
People often refer to delta-9 THC when they talk about THC. This chemical is responsible for the high that marijuana users get. It’s not the only compound in cannabis. There are more than 500 chemicals in cannabis plants, including 100 cannabinoids like CBD and THC. Some states have legalized marijuana
The Ohio regulatory body that oversees the state’s medical marijuana program has established new rules for Delta-8 THC. This popular compound has been controversially known to have similar effects to regular marijuana. The Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program has issued the rules. They are meant to give guidance for licensees regarding
Similar to bans on kratom, states and communities across the U.S. are outlawing Delta-8 and Delta-10 THC. Most recently, New York’s Health Department placed both Delta-8 and Delta-10 on the list of prohibited substances. The new rules are not only hurting CBD retailers, but some are also closing up shop.
Euphoria – that is what you get from Delta-8 THC. Users claim a slight buzz is experienced within minutes of taking it. Marijuana users are familiar with the psychoactive effects. This reaction is caused by Delta-9 – a close cousin to Delta-8. In many states where cannabis is illegal, Delta-8
Delta-8 THC is now the most exciting, and most intoxicating, product in the hemp industry. Now that you’re seeing it everywhere, you might be wondering what all the hype is about. Traditional marijuana use is often negatively associated with drug addiction and potential legal issues. As a result, cannabis curious