What does SB 440 require? I’m Ope Adegbuyi, a Tulsa medical marijuana business lawyer. SB 440 requires that THC content not exceed 1000 mg of delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol per package of edible medical marijuana product, 5 mg of delta 8 tetrahydrocannabinol or any other tetrahydrocannabinol isomer or analog that occurs naturally in cannabis per package for edible medical marijuana products or an action level of 1.0 parts per million of any tetrahydrocannabinol isomer tetrahydrocannabinol analog or any other cannabinoid that does not occur naturally in cannabis per package for edible medical marijuana products.
So basically, this act is setting the limits of THC in edibles. Once it goes into effect on January 1st, 2025, the amount of THC in edible medical marijuana products will be limited. This regulation aims to ensure consumer safety and control the potency of these products.
Why is SB 440 Important?
SB 440 is important because it establishes clear boundaries for THC content in edible medical marijuana products. By setting these limits, the law aims to prevent excessive consumption of THC, which can lead to adverse effects and potential harm to individuals, particularly those who may be more sensitive to its effects.
Additionally, by implementing regulations regarding THC levels, SB 440 helps create a standardized market for edible medical marijuana products. This allows consumers to make informed choices based on the THC content and ensures consistency in product quality and potency.
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