As CBD and delta-8 have become more popular, states have changed their regulations after the federal Farm Bill in 2018 legalized hemp; while recent changes in Minnesota law have affected products that derive from industrial hemp. This means that the legal status of delta-8 gummies and other edible products has changed. Don’t worry, they didn’t become illegal. The law changed the number of cannabinoids in packaging, the age restriction for buying hemp products, and the requirement that the packaging say that they aren’t products intended for children. Even then, the legal situation on cannabis has changed throughout the years. From the legalization of cannabis for medicinal purposes to the last adjustments to edible and food-related products, there have been moments in time when legislation had changed. Hence why we’ve made this small guide to understand how certain cannabinoids work in Minnesota. And of course, we also explored if you need a card for buying certain products, what classifies as medicinal marijuana, and even how actual D8 gummies are legal in the state. So let’s dive into the legal status of cannabinoids, specifically delta-8 THC.