If you’re traveling out of SC, make sure the state you’re going to allows delta-8 THC products. Currently, 18 U.S. states regulate or prohibit delta-8, none of which share a border with SC.
No. CBD derived from marijuana is illegal. However, low-THC, high-CBD oils containing up to 0.9% THC are legal and available to patients with certain qualifying medical conditions, namely seizures related to epilepsy.
What type of delta-8 is legal in South Carolina?
This percentage isn’t enough to create potent products, so producers chemically derive delta-8 from CBD via a structural isomerization process under laboratory conditions. This process takes CBD, alters its molecular structure with chemicals, and converts it into delta-8.
Yes. The federal government and Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) are seeking to change delta-8’s legality in the US.
Is delta-10 THC legal in South Carolina?
For now, delta-8 THC products remain legal in the state of South Carolina. No upcoming state legislation is set to change this.
2019 Act No. 14, Section 3, provides as follows:
2017 Act No. 37, Section 1, in (1), inserted "any part of", "cannabinoids,", "construction materials,", and substituted "seed meal, supplements," for "seed meal and"; rewrote (2), relating to the definition of "industrial hemp"; in (3), substituted "Delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol" for "Tetrahydrocannabinol"; and added (4), relating to the definition of "human consumption".
2019 Act No. 14, Sections 2, 3, provide as follows:
(6) "Federally defined THC level for hemp" means a delta-9 THC concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis, or the THC concentration for hemp defined in 7 U.S.C. SECTION 5940, whichever is greater.
SECTION 46-55-10. Definitions.
2019 Act No. 14, Section 1, rewrote the section, which had related to the South Carolina Industrial Hemp Program, research, permits, and regulations.
For the purposes of this chapter:
"SECTION 3. (A) The forty 2019 licenses issued pursuant to Chapter 55, Title 46 prior to the effective date of this act shall be valid for the term of the licenses, under the terms and conditions under which the licenses were issued, except that, upon the approval of the South Carolina Department of Agriculture, each licensee may expand operations beyond the forty-acre limit and may cultivate hemp for commercial purposes.
"(5) Research and development related to hemp has the potential to provide a cash crop for South Carolina’s farmers with broad commercial application that will enhance the economic diversity and stability of our state’s agricultural industry."