Whether or not a CBD product is legal in Texas depends on its THC concentration. Hemp derived CBD with a THC level of less than 0.3% is legal. However, CBD derived from marijuana with a THC level above 0.3% is illegal. Regulation of CBD consumables (including oil) is handled in accordance with FDA guidelines.
Possession of CBD is legal in Texas, as long as it falls under the. The Texas CBD medical program allows CBD with. Delta-8 cannabinoids have become popular because they are considered a legal way to achieve the high that marijuana produces. While the legality of delta-8 will be discussed later, legal oversight has allowed delta-8 to be “legally” produced, sold and used in dozens of states, including Texas.
With strict laws prohibiting cannabis use in many states such as Texas, delta-8 is considered a legal alternative to marijuana. Many stores in Texas sell THC delta-8 without any legal or government regulations, allowing consumers to get high on edible gummies, vapor pens, and oil tinctures. Texas places THC edibles, such as gummies, in a different category than marijuana, so owning THC edibles in Texas is a felony. Currently, Vape City, a Houston-based vaping company with 75 retail stores in the U.S.
Department of Commerce, and CBD American Shaman are the only other companies that have filed a similar lawsuit, but have not yet received a response. Penalty Group 2 includes many popular THC products, such as oils used in vape cartridges, edibles and gummies. In recent years, a once little-known cannabinoid called delta-8 THC has increased in popularity due to its similarities to marijuana, especially in states where marijuana (which contains delta-9 THC).