Thanks to the recently passed House Bill 1325, new Texas CBD laws state that hemp and hemp-derived products are now legal (effective September 1, 2019). What exactly does this change in our laws mean? How did it all happen, and what's the fine print? Let's take a look:
CBD is a pure product made up solely of the isolated cannabinoid CBD. While most CBD isolate is marketed as 99% pure or higher and free from THC and other cannabinoids besides CBD, it's important to make sure the CBD isolate you're purchasing is high-quality and lab-tested for purity, Otherwise, you can risk consuming CBD isolate with trace amounts of THC. Purchasing CBD products from trusted sources using American hemp can help eliminate this issue.
Advanced Body Foods independently tests every order to make sure it honors federal and Texas Guidelines to be .3% THC. By independently testing every patch and ensuring the quality, the chances of ingesting THC goes down drastically. The more pure the isolate the less THC and less THC metabolites in the body.
Thiessen, Mark. “Understanding the New Texas CBD Laws.” Thiessen Law Firm, 20 July 2019, www.thetexastrialattorney.com/blog/new-texas-cbd-laws/.
Hutmacher, Abby. “Will CBD Show Up on a Drug Test?” PotGuide, PotGuide, 3 July 2019, potguide.com/pot-guide-marijuana-news/article/will-cbd-show-up-on-a-drug-test/.