Are Delta-9 products legal in Tennessee?
However, you may not know—is Delta 9 THC legal in Tennessee as well? As of this writing the short answer is yes. After Tennessee passed SB357, all hemp-derived products became legal in the state, including Delta 8, Delta 9, and CBD.
Yes, even if you consume legal Delta 9 Gummies, you may fail a drug test. If you only took Delta 9 once, it will likely be cleared from your urine in four days or less. If you have taken it habitually, it can take a month or more to clear your system for a drug test.
Whether you're consuming Delta-9 THC from your local dispensary or Delta-8 online, the cannabinoids metabolize into the same THC metabolites in your body. That means consuming any amount of any THC can cause you to fail a test. The legal limit is 0.3% Delta-9 THC in a CBD or hemp-derived product.
The legislation on delta-8 in Tennessee
This means delta-8, delta-10, CBD, CBN, and all other plant compounds derived from hemp are officially legal in Tennessee.
Depending on quality, quantity and other factors, both delta-8 THC and delta-9 THC can produce intoxicatingly psychoactive effects, or a “high.” In spite of their similarities, delta-8 THC and delta-9 THC also have important differences you should understand before consuming either substance.
Idaho is the only state where hemp delta-9 is explicitly banned. This is because the Uniform Controlled Substances Act for the state makes it clear that hemp products can't contain any percentage of THC or its isomers.
Delta 9 is considerably more potent than Delta 8. Some believe it to be about twice as strong overall. Side effects are also more considerable with Delta 9. These can include paranoid delusions, mental fog, impaired motor skills, and increased feelings of anxiety.
The Controlled Substances Act only bans high-THC cannabis and the Delta-9 it contains. The 2018 Farm Bill, on the other hand, effectively legalizes Delta-9 as long as it comes from hemp. The only stipulation is that hemp products must contain no more than 0.3% Delta-9 THC by dry weight.
Urine testing: Delta 9 THC is typically detectable in urine for about three to 30 days after use. Saliva testing: Delta 9 can be found in saliva up to 72 hours after use, depending on what test is used. Blood testing: Delta 9 THC is usually detectable in blood for around 36 hours after use.
Most people find that the effects of delta 9 edibles last for somewhere around 8 hours. This means that if you're going to use one of our delta 9 edibles, you should keep your schedule somewhat clear for the next several hours.
Is Delta 9 good for you?
Under the clinical point of view, Delta(9)-THC produces some therapeutic benefits which are beyond reasonable doubt. Thus, the effects on nausea/emesis due to cancer chemotherapy, as appetite promoter, on some painful conditions and on symptoms of multiple sclerosis are clearly demonstrated.