Top 5 - yesterday

Top 5 - last week

Top 5 - last month

US (OH): MMJ regulators to change the definition of THC to include new cannabinoids and close loophole

State cannabis regulators are changing the definition of THC -- the psychoactive substance in the drug that produces a “high” -- to include more cannabinoids, including those traditionally found in hemp.

Under current state regulations, cannabis products, such as oils, edibles and patches, allow THC from delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinolic acid.

But in the six years since the legislature passed the law legalizing medical cannabis, the industry has changed. More cannabinoids have been discovered or created that can be used separately or blended with delta-9.

That includes delta-8-THC, which ordinary retailers, from health stores to gas stations, can sell without jumping through the regulatory hoops within Ohio’s current medicinal cannabis landscape.


Publication date:

Receive the daily newsletter in your email for free | Click here

Other news in this sector:

Sign up for our daily Newsletter and stay up to date with all the latest news!

Subscribe I am already a subscriber

You are using software which is blocking our advertisements (adblocker).

As we provide the news for free, we are relying on revenues from our banners. So please disable your adblocker and reload the page to continue using this site.

Click here for a guide on disabling your adblocker.