Delta 9 Gummies FAQ
Is THC-O legal in Maryland?
THC-O is currently legal in Maryland. Although it is federally legal, THC-O is not legal in all US states, and many have revoked its legal status in recent years due to its potency. If you consume THC-O in Maryland, keep track of any changes to hemp industry laws that may jeopardize its legal status.
Can you smoke Delta 8 in Maryland?
Yes, all Delta 8 products are legal federally and in Maryland, so long as the THC content doesn’t exceed the 0.3% threshold set by the US government.
We don’t recommend smoking cannabis at all. Instead of harming your lungs, why don’t you try our Elevate gummies with hemp-derived Delta 8 THC? With only 12.5 mg of pure Delta 8 extract, these fruity chews are the ideal way to consume small, controlled doses of cannabis.
Read more about the effects and benefits of Delta 8 THC.
Can I fly with Delta 9 gummies?
Yes, you can fly to and from 48 US states with hemp-derived Delta 9 gummies that contain less than 0.3% of THC, except Idaho and Kansas. If you are traveling abroad, the legal status of hemp products in your destination country will dictate whether you can fly with Delta 9.
How long does 500 mg of CBD stay in your system?
CBD does not stay in the system as long as THC does, but it depends on how much you’re consuming, for how long, and the general make-up of your body, both physically and medically.
Generally, CBD can stay in the system for up to two weeks after usage. This can vary depending on how the lab tests are done. Two weeks in a urine sample could be up to a month through hair follicles.
How much CBD is enough to relax?
To get the relaxing properties of CBD, you should take anywhere from 10 to 100 milligrams per day, depending on how severe your anxiety is and how used you are to the effects of CBD. If you’re new to CBD, start with a low dosage (10-20 milligrams per day), and work your way up as needed.
Is medical and recreational marijuana use legal in the US?
The recent rise of the cannabis industry has made it clear how beneficial medical marijuana can be. Still, as of 2022, cannabis is legal for medical and recreational use in only 19 states and territories, including North Carolina, California, and Washington, DC.
Some states, such as West Virginia, North Dakota, and Maryland, only allow medicinal marijuana use, while others, such as South Carolina, ban all forms of marijuana use.
Marijuana laws are likely to change in the next few years as more states legalize marijuana. Until then, you can experience the therapeutic effects of THC and CBD legally with our delicious edibles, including our legal hemp Euphoria gummies.