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Texas Prohibits Sale of Smokable Flower by Texas Retailers

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NEWS UPDATE: September 2 temporary injunction hearing was delayed until September 14, then until September 17.  (Still waiting for news!) Four Texas companies are suing to overturn the state’s new ban on the manufacture and sale of smokable hemp products. In a lawsuit filed in Travis County District Court last Wednesday, the companies are asking a judge to declare the ban unconstitutional and allow hemp products intended for smoking or vaping to be produced and sold legally across the state. As of August 19, 2020, a[…]

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Legality of Hemp by State

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Total THC vs. Delta-9 THC Standard What is the legality of hemp in your state? As of 8/28/2020 The 2018 Farm Bill defines “hemp” as, in part, “acids, […] with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol [(“THC”)] concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis.” Some states interpreted this statement literally, to mean that “only” the delta-9 THC content in hemp would be used in determining compliance with the state and federal statutes. However, other states like Oregon, interpret the federal statute to mean that[…]

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What is CBD shake?

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“Leftover flower” might be the simplest description. Hemp CBD Shake consists of small pieces of hemp flower and leaves that break off of larger buds, generally as the result of regular handling.  This includes the small leaves, often called “sugar leaves,” growing out the sides of a hemp bud that usually glister with trichomes. These are sugar crystal-like glands that get their name from their appearance; and they’re extremely important parts of the cannabis plant. After all, it’s where most of the plants cannabinoids (like THC and CBD) and[…]

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How to Make Your Own Edibles with CBD Shatter or Wax

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Homemade edibles have always been made the old fashioned way – with cannabis flower or trim. The green tint and strong flavor in cannabis-infused butter is a result of of this process. But you can also use concentrates like wax, shatter, live resin, etc to make homemade edibles, and using concentrates instead of flowers makes the process much easier because you only infusing, not extracting. You don’t have to strain plant matter out of butter or olive oil, and when you  use a concentrate instead of[…]