Illegal Hemp Products Sold In WV, Delta-8 Store Owners React

“If any of these farms blow their chances, they’re done.”

Small CBD and Delta-8 stores are feeling frustrated as the West Virginia Department of Agriculture warns consumers about illegal hemp products being sold in the state.

The department issued a statement that said cannabis infused edibles are being packaged to look similar to popular foods and candies and some sellers are claiming their products are Delta-8 when they are actually non-naturally occurring cannabinoid products.   

“What this means is people are adding an oxygenated asset to these Delta-8 distillates or different products and everything to make them synthetically stronger,” Nick Marie, Owner of Morgantown’s first CBD and Delta-8 bar, Buddy’s Bud Co., said.

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