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You may be asking yourself:  How is this legal??

Well, it all comes down to the laws and our lack of understanding the metric system.  Let me explain:

As you may or may not know, the Farm Bill of 2018 allowed cannabis to be legal in all 50 states.  In order to be legal this cannabis had to contain no more than 0.3% THC by weight.  If the cannabis contains less than 0.3% THC it is called hemp!    

Here is the link to the FDA's definition of hemp:  https://www.fda.gov/news-events/congressional-testimony/hemp-production-and-2018-farm-bill-07252019

Now, on to that pesky metric system and the math that allows these products to be legal.

The metric system for the most part is broken down into groups of 1000.  For instance 1000 mg equals 1 gram --just like 16 oz equals 1 lb or how there are 5280 feet in a mile.

This is great for THC because at 0.3% there is no actual limit to the amount of milligrams you can buy or own as long as the THC content is never over 0.3%!

So, what is 0.3% of 1 gram you may ask?

Remember 1 gram equals 1000 mg, so 0.3% of 1000 mg equals 3 mg.  Yes, that's right-- for every 1 gram of product it can contain 3 mg of THC and be federally legal!

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