Implementing HB 3000, the OLCC, ODA, and OHA have published a release providing for new requirements for consumable hemp product sales intended for those under the age of 21.
The new policy provides:
• Under the new law a business that wants to sell a processed hemp item to a minor must determine the milligrams of THC in the product prior to sale, not just the percentage of THC it contains. • Some hemp-based items are being marketed to contain Delta-8-THC. Delta-8-THC is an intoxicating form of THC and the THC determination requirements apply to all forms of THC. • A hemp item is required to have less than 0.5 milligrams (weight) of Total THC to be sold to a minor. • Do not confuse Total THC levels with a hemp item that lists its THC below 0.3%. The 0.3% THC level does not account for the weight of the item; this is why it is important to determine the milligrams of THC in the product based on its weight. • Hemp products made from the hemp seed and textiles do not contain THC and can be sold to minors.
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