The 2018 Farm Bill and NC State law regulate Delta 9 THC only. This means that all products must contain less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC, as long as this guideline is met products are legal for market.
This is a question we get asked a lot. It's a complicated answer but generally speaking, everything a person would want is already legal. As stated above, only Delta 9 THC is regulated, but even high THC cannabis only has 2%-3% Delta 9 THC, the other 15%-20% is actually THC-A which converts to delta 9 when it is heated. Individuals who prefer high THC cannabis have reported that THC-A hemp flower delivers the same effect and falls within legal guidelines.
All legal products will have test results associated that prove the THC levels have been tested and approved. If there are no test results available we suggest finding a product that has them. Although it is only required by law that products are tested for THC levels, full cannabinoid profile results is the common practice as well as terpene test results, mycology tests, pesticide testing, and heavy metal tests.