As far as the legality of Delta-10 THC is concerned, both at a federal level and in individual states in the USA, it sits in a gray area. At this time, according to the legal definition, Delta-10 THC should be legal at a federal level and in the state of North Carolina. For those of you who don't know, Delta-10 THC was discovered by accident when a crop of hemp plants was sprayed with a fire retardant. When that hemp was harvested, scientists noticed that the THC had morphed into what we know as Delta-10 THC. However, Delta-10 THC is now generally produced in a laboratory setting, and it is made with hemp-derived CBD. Thanks to this, Delta-10 THC should technically be legal at the federal level. But what about North Carolina? Is Delta-10 THC legal in North Carolina or not?
- Delta-10 THC is legal federally under the 2018 Farm Bill.
- North Carolina follows the same laws in this regard.
- As long as Delta-10 continues to be classified as natural or non-synthetic because it is hemp-derived and contains less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC, the state of North Carolina considers it 100% legal.