While Connecticut produces an adult-use drug industry, laws vary among drug products in the state.
It was passed by Congress law in 2018 hemp was legalized in the United States. In Connecticut, the sale of hemp with high THC content became illegal in Connecticut the same day marijuana became available to adults. law in July 2021.
THC is the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis that gives users a high. “Cannabis”refers to all products derived from plants Cannabis sativa,” meaning hemp and marijuana.
To be considered “hemp,” the product must contain less than 0.3% THC by weight after harvesting and drying.
According to the federal Department of Consumer Protection, hemp producers must meet testing standards to ensure a batch meets that THC level. requirements.
If a batch exceeds the THC threshold, government department the producer will need to destroy the batch or get corporate approval to combine it with another batch to lower the THC content.
The government thinking a product with a “Thc concentration of more than 0.3% on a dry weight basis […] a Schedule II substance under Connecticut law,” the same as cocaine, methamphetamine, and oxycodone.
The state Department of Agriculture issues licenses for hemp production. For example, he can issue a license like the manufacturer of the hemp food license.
According to the government, consumables are products “intended for human ingestion, inhalation, ingestion, or other internal consumption” — such as food, beverages, oils, cosmetics, ointments and drugs containing CBD.
National Center for Integrative and Inclusive Health It turns out that cannabis produces many cannabinoids, two of which are THC and CBD, which have anti-inflammatory properties.
THC is solely responsible for getting users high. According to the The government’s Department of Consumer Protection“Hemp-derived CBD is not a controlled substance that can be manufactured and sold in the state of Connecticut.”
Plants that contain more than 0.3% THC are called marijuana. Adult recreational drug sales licenses are issued by the Connecticut Social Equity Council.
The council work and directly develop the adult-use drug industry by targeting licenses in Connecticut areas affected by the war on drugs.