Although hemp is federally legal in the United States due to the 2018 Agricultural Improvement Act, there are a few states that have banned certain hemp derived cannabinoids. We value informing our patrons here at Hempire Innovations; so we are breaking down state by state legality for each cannabinoid we offer!
Introduction to the NC Hemp Industry Hemp is a versatile plant with many applications, from textiles and biofuels to health supplements. In recent years, hemp has experienced significant legal changes, particularly in North Carolina. In this blog post, we'll chart the journey of hemp's legality in North Carolina, examining its evolution, present circumstances, and promising future. Hemp's Historical Legal Struggles Historically, hemp faced immense legal restrictions due to its association with marijuana. Misunderstandings about hemp's non-intoxicating nature led to its classification as a Schedule I controlled substance under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, making it illegal. However, with...
The initial idea for Hempire Innovations was conceived back around mid-January 2018. Myself, Jared Drake, and my former partner, Samuel Chance Clark happened to be in the same Farm Business Management class. We were both majors in Sustainable Development with a concentration in Agroecology and also shared an interest in hemp. The theme for the class was to simulate the administrative side of a farm business, so we teamed together to create an imaginary hemp farming company.
All of our products contain no more than .3% Delta 9 THC by dry weight.
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