Certain Delta 9 products are legal in the state of Oklahoma. These include hemp products and all hemp derivatives (e.g., CBD oils, compliant THC gummies) that are federally legal in the US.
How is Delta 9 legal at a federal level, you might ask. Here are the details.
The Farm Bill Legality
In 2018, the Farm Bill authorized the widespread production and commercialization of hemp derivatives on the federal level. It removed hemp from the list of Controlled Substances and legalized Delta 9 products if they meet the following conditions:
the THC concentration in products cannot exceed 0.3% of THC by dry weight
the Delta 9 THC must be derived from the hemp plant, not marijuana
It’s also worth mentioning that the Farm Bill also differentiated industrial hemp from marijuana, which is cultivated for a higher THC content.
However, while hemp is federally legal, each US state determines the legality of hemp-derived products in that state. Similarly, you can buy Delta 8 gummies legally on the federal level, but Delta 8 THC remains illegal in a number of states.
(As of 2023, fourteen US states ban Delta 8 THC outright. You can find more information on this issue in our Delta 8 legality guide.)
To avoid any confusion about the legal status of Delta 9 THC in your state, see our detailed state-by-state guide to the legality of Delta 9.
Delta 9 Legal Status in Oklahoma
Following the federal legalization of hemp, Oklahoma followed up with similar state legislation. The 2019 Oklahoma Senate Bill 868 authorized the large-scale growing and production of Delta 9 THC products.
CBD products containing no more than 0.3% of THC on a dry weight basis have been legal in the state of Oklahoma since 2015. House Bill 2145 removed hemp-derived CBD from the definition of marijuana if the THC content did not exceed 0.3%.
If you’re ready for some badass, federally compliant, and state-legal Delta 9 THC gummies, shop right here from us! We’ll be happy to deliver them to Oklahoma—or anywhere else in the US—completely free of charge.
Is Medical Marijuana Legal in Oklahoma?
Here’s some more good news for Okies: medical marijuana is legal in the Sooner State.
Following the passage of SQ 788 in 2018, Oklahoma became the 30th US state to allow medical marijuana use. If you’re 18 or older, you can apply for a medical marijuana patient license with a valid physician’s recommendation. License holders can legally smoke marijuana in any place that allows the consumption of tobacco products, but edibles containing medical marijuana can be consumed anywhere.