CBD / DELTA 8 THC DISCLAIMERS & WARNINGS
Delta 8 Legality
Delta 8 is illegal in Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Montana, New York, Nevada, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Vermont, Utah, and Washington. In all other states, it is legal but keep in mind that this is subject to change if state legislators determine that it should be classified as a controlled substance. Therefore, before taking delta 8, you should always check with state laws, as laws regarding cannabis are prone to sudden change.
Drug Test Disclaimer
The lesser-known delta-8 THC is a double bond isomer of the more common delta-9 THC.
Although it might not have the same strength as delta-9, delta-8 THC still has the ability to produce a high, with added therapeutic benefits. CBD contains trace amounts of THC anywhere from 0.0% – <0.1%. As with any hemp-derived products you should not consume them if you need to pass a drug test.
Delta 8 / THC Disclaimers and Warnings
Consult your physician prior to using any Delta 8 products. Delta 8 products are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any conditions. Do not use delta 8 if pregnant, nursing, or if diagnosed with any health conditions. Must be 21 years of age or older to purchase. Although rare, Delta 8 THC may affect blood pressure, heart rate, and/or intraocular pressure. If you have any issues related to the effects mentioned above, do not take delta 8 unless approved by your doctor or physician.
Do not operate any heavy machinery or drive while under the influence of cannabis or hemp products.
Warning: This product may contain trace amounts of Delta-9 THC, which is on the California Proposition 65 list because it can cause cancer and birth defects. Visit P65Warnings.ca.gov for more information.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.