Some THC Products are Now Legal in Minnesota. Here’s What You Need to Know

Minnesota has enacted a new law that allows those 21 and older to buy certain edibles and beverages containing small amounts of THC that have been derived from legally certified hemp containing no more than 0.3 percent THC by weight. Marijuana flower and all THC-containing products derived from it remain illegal for recreational use. The Minnesota Board of Pharmacy has authority over drug products intended for human or animal consumption, including hemp-derived THC products; however, it will not test or approve such products. Manufacturers of hemp-derived products are required to submit samples to an independent, accredited laboratory for certification that they comply with state law.


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