CBD Oracle’s lab study of 53 hemp delta-9 products shows that despite complying with the Farm Bill, over a third would be too strong to legally sell in a cannabis dispensary.
TUSTIN, Calif., April 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — A lab study from CBD Oracle, a cannabis consumer research company, has found that 34% of hemp delta-9 edibles contain too much THC to be sold in states like Colorado or California – some almost four times over the limit. Due to the legal loophole they operate in, companies can sell high-THC products without safety testing (75% of products in lab study weren’t tested for contaminants) and with no substantial age verification. The analysis of 53 products, representing 40% of all hemp delta-9 brands, revealed just how easy it is to get high on hemp anywhere in the country.
CBD Oracle commissioned InfiniteCAL Labs to conduct the testing. The results show that while 96% of products complied with the 0.3% THC limit imposed by the 2018 Farm Bill, 34% had so much THC that they wouldn’t be allowed to be sold in dispensaries.
Dr. Erik Paulson, Lab Manager at InfiniteCAL, warned, “In California, the maximum dose of THC dispensaries are allowed to sell