‘Legal THC Gummies’ Are A Great Replacement for Weed. Are They Legal in Virginia?

Delta 9 Virginia

The popularity of delta 8 revealed a great need for mild THC products. The new THC loophole allows CBD producers to offer legal THC gummies with up to 10mg of delta 9. These gummies exhibit a subtle high and are legal in most states. Does that mean you can buy them in Virginia? If so, where to find the best gummies? Let’s dive in. 

What Is Hemp-Derived Delta 9 THC

Hemp-derived delta 9 THC is THC extracted from the mature buds and flowers of the hemp plant. The hemp plant is legal Cannabis sativa with low THC content, specifically less than 0.3% by dry weight. So, hemp-derived THC gummies are infused with several milligrams of delta 9 and don’t exceed the federally allowed THC limit. 

For comparison, when derived from marijuana, delta 9 THC is a federally illegal substance. Marijuana-derived gummies are only legal in states that allow their use for recreational purposes. While the source of extraction has a legal implication, THC is THC regardless if derived from hemp and marijuana. It exhibits the same benefits and can help with pain, inflammation, sleep issues, appetite loss, and nausea.      

Buy Hemp Compliant Delta 9 THC in Virginia

While you can get quality from local shops, you’ll find the best THC gummies online. Our brand new Delta 9 THC gummies are legal in Virginia and we guarantee you’ll absolutely love this blend. It’s a vegan-friendly formula made with natural ingredients in two delicious fruity flavors, Watermelon and Blue Raspberry (a customer favorite). 

This blend offers 10mg of delta 9 THC, 15mg of cannabidiol (CBD), and 7.9mg of delta 8, which is legal (but unregulated) in the Old Dominion. At Mr. Hemp Flower, we believe in the power of whole-plant hemp extracts and tested formulas. 

All our gummies are cannabinoid-rich blends, but what makes these THC gummies so special is the optimal ratio of THC and CBD. Multiple research studies show the importance of the presence of THC in a hemp-derived product. 

Our delta 9 gummies are enriched with an evenly-distributed cannabinoid-rich extract that won’t get you too intoxicated. The CBD in it balances out the effects of THC and produces a subtly stimulative effect that doesn’t bring you the typical THC euphoria and side effects. 

According to users, our gummies are perfect for combating daytime fatigue and work like magic as a pre-bedtime treat. Just make sure you go slow on the dose, so if you’re a beginner, start with half a gummy. Also, keep in mind that edibles take a while to work, so wait for 30-45 minutes to feel the effects before taking more. 

Gummies are ideal for anyone looking to quit vaping or smoking or simply doesn’t have that habit. You don’t need a prescription to buy our THC gummies, and you can rest assured they are a tested, quality product shipped to you by Mr. Hemp Flower as the maker.    

Legality of Hemp Delta 9 THC in Virginia

Thanks to the Farm Bill and state law, full spectrum delta 9 THC gummies are legal in Virginia. 

The state established a hemp research program back in 2015 when governor McAuliffe signed SB 955 into law. The bill created the program and redefined hemp as cannabis with no more than 0.3% delta 9 THC. Virginia lawmakers amended this program several times through the years. 

In 2018, the state passed HB 532, lifting restrictions on the hemp cultivation program. The issue with this bill was that it lacked compliance with the 2018 Farm Bill, so it was amended by Senate Bill 247. This bill ensured Virginia’s hemp program was in compliance with the federal bill by replacing the previous licensing system with a new one. 

Under Virginia law, hemp-derived CBD products containing no more than 0.3% delta 9 THC are legal without restrictions. According to the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, hemp-derived CBD products for human consumption, including oils, gummies, and tinctures, are legal in the state. 

Contrary to federal law, the agency approves CBD as a food ingredient or dietary supplement. It also permits the sale of CBD vape products, as long as both manufacturers and sellers follow state law and don’t sell to individuals under 21 years old. 

Virginia prohibits the sale of CBD products for animal consumption, so hemp is not allowed to be used as an ingredient for animal food products.

Legal Delta 9 THC and Federal Law

There’s been a lot of discussion on the legality of hemp-derived cannabinoids and federal law. While CBD remains an unapproved compound by the FDA, the situation with THC is less complicated. 

Delta 9 THC naturally present in the hemp plant in a concentration of no more than 0.3% is fully legal federally and on state level. 

Hemp-derived THC is legal thanks to the Farm Bill of 2018, which legalized ‘hemp’ and removed ‘THC in hemp’ from the list of controlled substances. This opened the doors for the distribution and sale of various cannabinoid blends with less than 0.3% delta 9 THC. 

The bill defines hemp as “the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of that plant, including the seeds thereof and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis [1].”

The new THC gummies contain 10mg of delta 9, which is below the federal threshold, making them legal on a federal level. On the contrary, THC derived from marijuana remains illegal and is a controlled substance under federal law. Of course, this depends on the state you live in because states that allow cannabis use for recreational purposes have legalized THC from marijuana. 

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Delta-9 THC FAQ

Is Delta 9 legal in all 50 states?

Delta 9 is legal under federal law and in all 50 states. The Farm Bill of 2018 legalized this cannabinoid and allowed its use in hemp-derived products in a concentration of no more than 0.3%.

What is stronger, Delta 9 or Delta 8?

Delta 9 is the primary psychotropic cannabinoid in cannabis, but it’s not the most intoxicating. However, it’s twice as potent and intoxicating compared to the same dose of delta 8.

Will Delta 9 get you high?

Regardless if extracted from hemp or marijuana, delta 9 will get you high because it’s an intoxicant. So, if you’re a beginner, it’s advised to consume it in low to moderate doses.

Does hemp have Delta 9?

Yes, hemp contains delta 9. But, it can be considered legal federally only if the THC content doesn’t exceed 0.3% by dry weight.

Read our legal disclaimer HERE. While we try to stay as up to date as possible on all state laws, you should do your own due diligence and work with a legal professional to ensure you are operating legally in your state or territory at all times.

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