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Delta 9 THC FAQ

What is Delta-9 THC?

Delta-9 THC is the active component and cannabinoid inside marijuana (in large amounts) and hemp (in small quantities). Thanks to popular demand, we have watched the cannabinoid as it slowly becomes legal, medically and recreationally, across the country. Marijuana was banned in 1970 and played an integral role in the War on Drugs, leading to mass incarceration. Delta-9 THC was the face of that campaign, not by choice. Marijuana is still not considered lightly; the taboo it carried then still holds weight today in certain parts of the country.

Is Delta-9 THC legal?

No, traditional marijuana is not legal in the state of Georgia. While most of the country has given the go-ahead for medical and recreational marijuana, Georgia has begun the medicinal stage of providing patients with particular ailments with low-THC oil. It is not strong enough. However, Delta-9 THC derived from hemp is legally permitted under the 2018 federal farm bill so long as the dry weight doesn’t exceed 0.3% THC. It may sound like a paradox, but Delta-9 THC, derived from hemp, is legal in Georgia as long as the 0.3% rule is observed. This is where the Farm Bill gets interesting because now, even if there isn’t legalization within the state, there is legality within the 2018 Farm Bill to create it so long as it’s compliant.

What is the most potent form of Delta-9 THC?

The maximum amount of Delta-9 THC that can legally be in a product is 0.3% by dry weight, which means that for every 1 gram of product weight, up to 3 mg of Delta-9 THC can be included without breaking any laws. For example, a 5-gram product can legally contain up to 15mg of Delta-9 THC.

Are Delta-9 THC and CBD the same?

No, Delta-9 THC and CBD are not the same. This is not an unusual question because their association has made many assume they’re the same. Delta-9 THC is a kind of cannabinoid found in traditional marijuana (in large amounts) and in hemp (in small quantities), and CBD is a primary non-psychoactive cannabinoid that is typically derived from hemp, a type of cannabis.

Is Delta-9 THC Synthetic?

No. The most notable form of Delta-9 THC is traditional marijuana, which is naturally grown and cultivated with a strain(s) indoors or outdoors. However, males and females cannot be planted too closely together because there may be a chance of unwanted pollination if they are. Then you have the hemp-derived Delta-9 THC, which undergoes a process called isomerization and is used for most of the other cannabinoids. This is where the confusion begins. The only way legal states can maintain the dry weight of 0.3% Delta-9 THC is by chemically processing it through the isomerization of CBD. This is the only way to ensure you’re getting a large quantity; there isn’t enough THC naturally available inside a hemp plant to make direct extraction feasible. This means of production is a process that takes place in a lab. However, the starting material is naturally extracted CBD from the hemp plant, and the resulting isomer is also found naturally. Synthetic implies man-made from artificial materials, which hemp-derived Delta-9 THC is not.

Transparency is our policy at ATLRx. We use the market’s cleanest extraction method, supercritical C02, and ethanol. We test before and after each chemical process to check for metals, solvents, and pesticides. All of our tests take place in a DEA-certified lab. All ATLRx products go through these steps because we are federally compliant with recreational states like Oregon and Colorado. Every product has a QR code available to see in the lab yourself. Your safety is critical to ATLRx.

Is Delta-9 THC Safe?

Yes, Delta-9 THC is safe. But now, Delta-9 THC safety has to be looked at from two angles because of the steps taken in the alternate cannabinoid world. You have the cannabis plant, marijuana, grown from the ground up. Then you have hemp-derived Delta-9 THC, which involves deriving the cannabinoid from CBD. The traditional marijuana industry is federally regulated, which covers specific safety compliances and procedures for states that have legalized marijuana. Chemists testing potency generally use liquid chromatography because it can test any product. However, it’s not a precise science; there are a lot of forms of chromatography.

Then you have the unregulated CBD industry, saturated with temporary brands whose means are to make a good amount of money before they jump ship. Without any of these taking place, let’s think of Delta-9 THC by itself. Delta-9 THC is safe. There need to be more precautions with Delta-9 THC that goes through the chemical processes. This requires researching the company selling the product, asking if they provide COAs (certificates of analysis), and inquiring about its conversion processes.

How long does Delta-9 THC Last?

Delta-9 THC has a six- to eight-hour window that may differ depending on several factors. This, however, seems to be the median.

Will Delta 9 trigger a positive result on a drug test?

Yes, testing Delta 9 THC products for THC will result in a positive test for THC.

Can You Ship Delta-9 THC to My State?

Yes, we can ship ATLRx Delta-9 THC to any state where Delta-8 THC is legal. Delta-9 THC is federally legal so long as the product is derived from hemp and has a dry weight of 0.3% of Delta-9 THC.

Please be aware that state restrictions exist and check on them in your state. This is a hemp-derived product.

Currently, in 14 states: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi, Montana, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Utah, Delta-8-THC has been banned and is not legal to purchase. That includes all of the cannabinoids associated with the distillate. Laws and regulations are constantly changing for Delta-8-THC. As such, you should check with local authorities for the legal status in your area.