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THC-O is also known as "Spritual Cannabinoid"

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IN STORE PURCHASE ONLY.

THC-O Vape Disposable 1.3mL

  • Blue Zkittles
  • Grandaddy Purple
  • Maui Waui
  • Pineapple Express

WHAT IS THC-O?

THC-O is also known as "Spritual Cannabinoid"

THC-O also known as THC-O acetate, THC acetate, and ATHC is a synthetic cannabinoid manufactured from hemp. To generate THC-O, a highly-flammable compound called acetic anhydride is added to THC molecules. The process involves a series of extractions that begin with hemp, the low-THC cannabis plant that was made federally legal by Congress in the 2018 Farm Bill. CBD is extracted from raw hemp. Then delta-8 THC is extracted from the CBD. Finally, acetic anhydride is added to the delta-8 THC molecules to make THC-O can only be produced in a laboratory environment.

THC-O IS STRONGER THAN THC

THC-O is about 3 times stronger than delta-9-THC and 5 times more potent than delta-8.

IS THC-O LEGAL?

THC-O is legal, under the 2018 Farm Bill, because the molecule is derived from legal hemp plants. As with any products containing delta-8 THC and delta-10 THC, products with THC-O exist in the marginal legal space between hemp (which is legal nationwide) and cannabis (which is not). 

The Farm Bill legally defines hemp as all parts of cannabis plants (that contain less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC), including isomers and derivatives. Delta-8 is both an isomer and a derivative. THC-O Acetate is not an isomer but is legally protected because it is, in fact, a derivative. I am personally very involved in the legal aspects of hemp, so I believe it’s essential to focus on the law’s language.

States like Florida have followed the USDA’s bill, ensuring that hemp products like Delta-8 and THC-O A remain accessible to consumers. But other states have written additional language into law so they can ban Delta-8 despite the federal ruling.

Some States passed language that only banned Delta-8-THC, some States passed language that effectively banned both. That means, at least until next year’s legislative session, hemp brands have the opportunity to bring a newly legal product to market.

Until THC-O and other hemp derivatives come under a state-regulated system, consumers will need to weigh the risks and benefits of these compounds for themselves.

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