Put some music on and celebrate because Delta-9 is legal in Nebraska.
When derived from hemp and at or below 0.3% by dry weight, Delta-9 THC is legal in the Cornhusker State as well as every other state.
If this interests you, stick around as we discuss hemp-derived Delta 9, legalities, and where to buy Delta-9 today.
Right now, you may be asking yourself—how is Delta-9 legal in Nebraska?
Delta-9 is legal in Nebraska, but first let’s go back to where it all began. In 2018, President Donald Trump signed the 2018 Farm Bill. This bill federally legalized hemp cultivation and hemp products.
The 2018 Farm Bill was a game-changer in the cannabis industry because states around the country created their own legislation on hemp. In 2019, LB657 was signed by Governor Pete Ricketts, which legalized hemp production. As of this writing, cultivation, marketing, and derivatives of hemp are legal in Nebraska.
Here are some highlights of Nebraska Hemp Farming Act:
LB657 Nebraska Hemp Farming Act
10) Handle or handling means possessing or storing hemp plants for any period of time on premises owned, operated, or controlled by a person licensed to cultivate or process hemp. Handle or handling also includes possessing or storing hemp plants in a vehicle for any period of time other than during its actual transport from the premises of a person licensed to cultivate or process hemp to the premises of another licensed person. Handle or handling does not include possessing, storing, or transporting finished hemp products;
(11) Hemp means the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of such plant, including the viable seeds of such plant and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis. Hemp shall be considered an agricultural commodity. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, hemp shall not be considered a controlled substance under the Uniform Controlled Substances Act;
(1) Hemp from each cultivation site registered with the department shall be tested for delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration prior to harvest by an approved testing facility at the licensee's expense. The results of such tests shall be certified directly to the department by the testing facility prior to harvest. The test results shall identify the location ID where the hemp was cultivated.
(2) The department may, at its discretion, conduct sampling and testing of any hemp from any licensee at any time.
A common assumption is that Delta-9 THC is “weed,” but Delta-9 is not marijuana. In actuality, Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol is one of many naturally occurring compounds located in hemp and marijuana.
This may be surprising, but there are over 113 cannabinoids that can be isolated and extracted out of hemp.
To ensure our product consistency doesn’t slip up, we get our products tested by a third-party lab. This lab will test our products and, in return, we will receive a certificate of analysis (COA) that will notify us if our products do not meet state requirements and if there are any harmful chemicals present. Choosing to shop with Hometown Hero will not only give you a high-quality product but peace of mind as well.
Absolutely! In fact, buying Delta-9 in Nebraska has never been simpler. You can find hemp products at your local CBD store, or you can buy Delta 9 gummies online in Nebraska. If you plan to purchase hemp products online, make sure it is from a trusted retailer that follows federal and state guidelines.
In Nebraska, there is no concentration limit for CBD or Delta-8, but there is for Delta-9. Hemp-derived Delta-9 concentrations are legal at 0.3% or less on a dry weight basis. If a hemp product contains more than this amount, it will be illegal in Nebraska.
You must be 21 years or older to purchase Delta-9 or other hemp products in Nebraska.
Delta-8 and Delta-9 can both be derived from hemp and marijuana, but they offer their own unique effects. But what makes them different?
Delta-8 is an isomer of Delta-9, so they both have a similar chemical structure, but they have a distinct difference in their molecular arrangement.
We don’t want to bore you, so we will keep this simple. Delta-8 and Delta-9 both have a double bond, but Delta-8 has its double bond located on the eighth carbon chain, and Delta-9 has its double bond located on the ninth carbon chain.
This difference makes an impact on how the cannabinoids affect you. The location of the bond will determine how the cannabinoids bind to your receptors, which causes the effects.
Delta-9 is generally safe. Like anything, make sure to use hemp products moderately and responsibly. After consuming Delta-9 or any product that contains THC, you cannot drive a vehicle or operate any heavy machinery. When you take Delta-9, make sure you start with a small amount. Not doing so may result in “overwhelming” sensations.
If you feel that you overindulged, remember that these effects are temporary and will disappear in a few hours. To improve your overall experience, we recommend reading, watching a show, or any calming activity that you enjoy.
Hemp-derived Delta-9 edibles, whether they’re our Select Spectrum line or Live Rosin, offer great taste and a diverse array of effects.
You can find Hometown Hero products at your local CBD store or hemp shop. If your local retailer doesn’t hold our products or you just don’t feel like taking a trip to town, we got your back. Whether you live in the countryside or city, you can buy Delta-9 online and have it at your doorstep in just a few days.