The legal status of Delta-9 THC in Georgia and in the USA as a whole is questionable. Delta-9 THC is of course the regular kind of THC that is found in most cannabis plants. However, there are some strict laws surrounding it, both federally and at the Georgia State level. The answer to the question of whether or not Delta-9 THC is legal in Georgia is both yes and no. Let's take a closer look at exactly what is meant here.
- Delta-9 is legal in Georgia if it adheres to limits as set out by the 2018 Farm Bill.
- Delta-9 THC, whether hemp-derived or otherwise, may not be put into food products in Georgia.
- Delta-9 THC is legal in Georgia in hemp flower, oils, and concentrates, as long as it is hemp-derived and not present in dry weight concentrations greater than 0.3%.