To all you Floridians out there, we have some great news. Delta-8 THC sourced from varieties of hemp is legal in Florida.
Under Florida state law, which falls in line with federal law as outlined in the 2018 Farm Bill, all hemp-derived cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and isomers are permitted for use, possession, sale, distribution, and production within the state.
In order for hemp-derived compounds to be legal on the state and federal level, hemp must only carry up to 0.3% delta-9 THC by dry weight. If the delta-9 percentage is above 0.3%, it’s classified as marijuana, which remains a federally controlled substance under Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act (CSA).
Is delta-8 legal in Florida?
- Delta-8 derived from hemp carrying up to 0.3% THC is currently legal in Florida
- You can use, possess, sell, distribute, and produce delta-8 and its products without fear of penalty or prosecution
- You can legally purchase delta-8 products online
- CBD and delta-10 THC are also legal in Florida
- You can travel into Florida with delta-8 products in your possession