100mg CBD/10mg THC Gummies — How Are They Legal?
The wide array of different laws regarding selling and possessing THC products in America can become pretty confusing at times.
While it remains illegal on a federal level, the psychoactive cannabinoid’s legal status ranges from totally illegal to mildly lawful to legal, depending on the area of the country where you live. This disparity can leave you scratching your head next time you’re planning on crossing multiple state lines with some high-quality kush in tow.
Then when you add CBD into the mix, things get even more confusing. Although it isn’t psychoactive like THC, this cannabinoid offers a variety of benefits, which has led to a tremendous array of different products containing CBD becoming available throughout the country.
These include gummies that offer both THC and CBD in a variety of different ratios. But the legal status of CBD varies by state, and it’s not always the same as the legal status of THC. Is your head starting to spin? Well, then get ready for this next one.
There are 10:1 CBD/THC gummies that are legal in certain states in which THC is considered mostly illegal. We understand how confusing this probably is for you, as it’s honestly a little confusing to us.
To try and help you wrap your head around this without attending law school, we’ve created this simple guide to CBD/THC gummies, their legal status, and a whole bunch of other relevant information that we hope will help make the picture clearer for you.
How Did CBD Become Legal?
Before we get into the gummies, let’s take a look at how their primary ingredient came to be legal or semi-legal in many states across the country.
You’ve probably noticed the explosion in popularity that CBD has seen in recent years, even if you live in a state where it remains illegal. The amazing cannabinoid has found its way into various products, including flower, vapes, tinctures, oils, snacks, drinks, even shampoos and dog treats.
This proliferation is all thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill, which made the production of the hemp plant federally legal.
The hemp plant is a close cousin of the cannabis plant, with the only difference between the two being the THC content: hemp has the legally allowed less than .3% THC, while cannabis can be more than 30% THC in some instances.
Hemp also contains CBD, which can be legally isolated and concentrated now that hemp production is legal in America. That’s why you’ve seen all of these CBD products hit the market over the past few years.
How are 100mg CBD/10mg THC Gummies Legal?
Now that you know that the legal limit for THC content in states which don’t allow recreational cannabis is less than .3%, you’re probably wondering how 100mg CBD/ 10mg THC gummies can still be legal. Well, it’s based on two things: the source and the ratio.
As we mentioned earlier, it’s now legal to cultivate hemp, which has trace amounts of Delta 9 THC in it, which means producers can use it to create 10:1 CBD/THC gummies.
Because the gummies are created from hemp, and because the ratio of CBD to THC in the mixture is 10 to 1, it’s legal to purchase and possess them.
How THC Interacts with Other Cannabinoids
When you take a CBD/THC gummy, you don’t just enjoy the effects of either cannabinoid separately. The two interact with one another, causing them to provide amplified effects or even effects unique to the cannabinoid combination.
This coupling is known as the “entourage effect” and has been observed in more than just the pairing of CBD and THC, although that particular pairing is a potent one.
THC and Terpenes
Once believed to be nothing more than the component of cannabis and hemp that give the plants their wonderful smell and flavor, terpenes are slowly becoming a far more fascinating and complex aspect of the cannabis experience, thanks to various studies.
The combination of cannabinoids such as THC and terpenes has been found to increase the palliative benefits of cannabis.
THC and CBD
The entourage effect is theorized to be particularly strong between THC and CBD. While the combination of the two cannabinoids has been found to amplify their pain-relieving properties, it’s also believed that CBD can help make the THC experience an even better one by removing some of its properties.
Not everyone has an incredible experience with THC. Some people experience mild to severe cases of anxiety and paranoia, which can be seriously unpleasant. But it’s been observed that CBD can help reduce those reactions to THC by binding with the CB1 receptors responsible for inducing THC’s psychoactive effects.
CBD and CBG
CBD and cannabigerol, or CBG, have also been found to benefit quite a bit from the entourage effect. Both offer an array of uses that can be amplified when taken in tandem.
On top of the amplification of their properties, CBD and CBG have also been found to balance one another out. For instance, CBG can make one feel incredibly hungry, while CBD can suppress the appetite, but when taken together, the two average out, and there are no extremes.
What’s the Best CBD/THC Ratio?
Determining which ratio of CBD and THC is best for you will depend on your personal preferences. CBD offers pain relief and relaxation, and THC provides psychoactive effects.
How much of either do you want in your CBD/THC product? The answer to that question should help you find the perfect ratio, and so should the following guide:
The 50:1 Ratio
A 50 to 1 ratio means you’re getting mostly the effects of CBD with just a dash of THC. This ratio is a good option for anyone looking to relax and enjoy the palliative properties of these cannabinoids without any of the intoxicating effects of THC.
It’s also good if you’re particularly sensitive to THC and you’re attempting to very gently get your feet wet with the cannabinoid.
The 20:1 Ratio
This ratio is still way high in the CBD department, and you’re unlikely to feel very much of the intoxicating effects of THC with a gummy like this. It’s a good option if you’ve got a busy day ahead of you and you can’t afford to be high during work.
The 10:1 Ratio
A 10 to 1 CBD to THC ratio is still high in favor of CBD, but now you’re working with a bit more THC. You still shouldn’t expect to get very high from a product with this ratio, but things may change if the dose is high enough, particularly if you’re sensitive to THC.
The 5:1 Ratio
In this range, you can expect to feel some of the intoxicating effects of THC paired with your CBD relaxation and pain abatement properties. While they may still be relatively mild, it’s best to try a 5:1 ratio product for the first time when your schedule is clear for the next few hours.
The 1:1 Ratio
You will most definitely feel intoxicated when you take a 1:1 ratio product, particularly if you don’t have any sort of tolerance to THC. If intoxication is what you’re looking for, this ratio is your best option. It’s also the best ratio for the entourage effect to work its magic.
While a high CBD/low THC product is a lot less likely to give you any psychoactive effects, that can all be reversed rather quickly when the dosage has been increased. In other words, just because your gummies are ten parts CBD to one part THC, that doesn’t mean you won’t be high as a kite after eating several of them.
Always take the time to learn how different dosages will affect you before choosing to take a large number of any sort of CBD/THC gummies. If you’re not careful, you can go from relaxed and calm to sweaty and nervous in a hurry.
Give your body time to process your gummies and for the effects to kick in before you assume you’re not going to feel anything and take more.
Different Kinds of CBD/THC Edibles
Gummies are among the most popular CBD and/or THC edibles around, but there are plenty more out there to choose from. There is a cannabinoid-infused version of just about every single edible treat you can imagine being made today.
Some examples of these amazing treats include:
- Chewy Candies
- Drink Mixes
- Breakfast Cereal
On top of all of the snacks and sweets that have been combined with CBD and THC, there’s also a huge array of different non-edible infused products that will both wow you and weird you out.
Things like THC and CBD toothpaste, THC toothpicks, CBD toilet paper, and CBD socks and sports bras. Pretty much anything that producers can combine with cannabinoids has been, and really, why not? These amazing cannabinoids are widely enjoyed, and people want to get their hands on them in every way possible. Get more information on these combo gummies at https://thehemphaus.com or call our Kansas City store today.