What are hemp-derived consumable THC products?

Products made from hemp or hemp distillate that contain THC and are intended to be an ingestible product. Common examples of ingestible products containing hemp-derived THC include:

  • Food/beverage products and gummies
  • Hemp tinctures, extracts, or ingestible oils
  • Pills, supplements, or capsules
  • Inhalable or vape-able hemp

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1. Do I need a license?
2. Why is the city licensing THC?
3. What are hemp-derived consumable THC products?
4. What kind of products are allowed under the new law?
5. Are there certain restrictions I should be aware of?
6. What if I sell non-intoxicating products that contain CBD?
7. What if I sell products that don't contain THC and are made from exempt parts of a plant such as certain lotion, hemp milk, and/or clothing/textiles?
8. My business has a liquor license and mixes cocktails. Can I use edibles to make infused cocktails?
9. What are the penalties for selling or distributing ingestible hemp-derived THC products without a license?