Florida Bills Would Eliminate Delta-8 THC Products

The legislation is being backed by Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Wilton Simpson

Fond of Delta-8-infused beverages, vape cartridges, or edibles?

You might want to stock up because Florida could soon join a laundry list of states that heavily restrict the sale of popular hemp-derived Delta-8 THC products.

Two bills moving through the Florida legislature are proposing tight caps on the amount of psychoactive cannabinoids, including Delta-8, in products commonly sold in smoke shops, gas stations, herbal bars, and convenience stores. If passed, the days of running to the corner store and grabbing a can of Delta-8-laden refreshments could be a thing of the past.

Delta-8 tetrahydrocannabinol is the chemical cousin of the more widely known “THC” that is often referred to as the active ingredient that gets people stoned from marijuana. While the amount of standard THC in consumable products is tightly regulated, Delta-8 is a slightly different compound and can be infused into various items in Florida without being subject to the same rules.

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