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THCA Q&A

Is THCA Legal?

Cannabis is a term that has become very popular in recent years, and for good reason. This plant has numerous benefits, among them being the ability to improve health, reduce anxiety, and fight depression. One of the compounds found in the cannabis plant is THCA, which has garnered lots of attention because of its potential medical uses. But before we dive into what exactly THCA is and its benefits, let’s first address the question on everyone's mind: is it legal? 1) Is THCA legal in my state? THCA legality varies from state to state, and it is important to know what the laws are in your location before purchasing it. All products are less than 0.3% THC and are legal according to State and Federal law. All products are state and federally legal according to the 2018 Farm Bill. Consumers are responsible for abiding by local regulations.

Can you ship THCA?

Yes, we can ship right to your doorstep if you live in a state that allows the sale of THCA. PLEASE NOTE: We do not ship to Arkansas, Hawaii, Minnesota, Oregon, or Rhode Island.

What exactly is THCA?

Now that we have addressed its legal status, let's delve into what THCA is exactly. THCA stands for tetrahydrocannabinolic acid, which is an acidic precursor of THC. When cannabis is grown, it contains THCA before it has been heated or aged, which ultimately transforms it into THC. Unlike THC, THCA does not possess any psychoactive properties, meaning it does not produce the “high” effect associated with cannabis usage. This means that THCA is highly favored for its potential medicinal benefits.

THCA has been suggested to help with a variety of medical conditions, including nausea, inflammation, pain, and insomnia. THCA can be consumed in different ways. Some people opt to smoke it, while others take it sublingually, orally, or even via infusion in food and beverages. THCA legality is dependent on the laws of your state. But THCA is a beneficial compound for those in states where it is legal, with potential medicinal benefits such as reducing inflammation, pain, and improving sleep.