On May 4, 2023, Terrance Booze, Section Chief of the Drug and Chemical Evaluation Section for the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), spoke on Current Trends at the DEA Supply Chain Conference in Houston, TX.
During this talk, he stated that converting CBD into THC (Delta-8, Delta-9, Delta-10, etc.) is not allowed and that these forms of THC are not exempt from the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). But is this statement, from just one person in the DEA something to worry about?
Join Hometown Hero CEO & Co-Founder Lukas Gilkey as he discusses hemp, the CSA, and what the DEA can and cannot do in the video below:
If you're eager to delve deeper into the present condition of the hemp industry from diverse perspectives (including insights from scientists, ex-law enforcement professionals, and legal experts), we invite you to explore our past blog posts:
- Analyzing State & Federal Regulations on Hemp
- The Hemp Industries Association - A Key Advocate for Cannabis
- Why Arkansas' Senate Bill 358 is Terrible
- Conversation with Our Cannabis Attorney
- Cannabis Chemistry Part 2
- Legislative Session Update with a Texas Lobbyist
- Cannabis Chemistry: Synthetic vs. Synthesized
- Customer FAQ, Hemp's Impact, and Our Mission
- Why Senate Bill 264 Misses the Mark
- Why Special Interests Are Against Hemp THC
- Our Texas Delta-8 Lawsuit & Hemp THC Legality
- A Conversation with Law Enforcement
Until next time.