ATLANTA, March 22, 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE — ATLRx, one the most prominent cannabis dispensaries, has been in the news recently for two milestones. ATLRx started its journey as an online business. It quickly grew into two retail outlets, a warehouse and pick up center. ATLRx has stood out by embracing recreational states’ compliance and regulations procedures such as Colorado and Oregon—encouraging other companies to hold themselves accountable in an unregulated CBD industry. Forbes Magazine honored their recent achievement of having one the Top Ten Delta-8 THC Gummies in America for 2022. Sophie Saint Thomas writes about ATLRx 60mg Delta-8 gummies:
“ATLRx’s gummies are heaven on earth for the delta-8 lover who enjoys a larger dose.”- Sophie Saint Thomas of Forbe’s Magazine
ATLRx advocates for transparency, believing everyone deserves to know what they’re consuming is safe. They do so by creating QR Codes that take you directly to your DEA-lab certified test of the product’s exact batch. For your assurance, each purchase comes with a notice to law enforcement indicating that it is a federally legal product.
ATLRx has a vast and eclectic variety of alternate cannabinoids, including CBD . The alternative cannabinoids they carry include Delta 8 THC, Delta 10 THC, THC-O, THCv, and HHC. Now, the cannabis dispensary is carrying Hemp-Derived Delta-9 THC, perplexing lawmakers and those alike with the cannabinoids legality. Hemp-derived cannabinoids always begin with CBD until isomerization takes place— sliding the cannabinoids into the grey area of the Federal Farm Bill.
The Federal Farm Bill of 2018 states that any hemp derivative with a dry weight of 0.3% Delta-9THC is legal. Anything above the 0.3% threshold will be added to the Controlled Substance List. ATLRx’s Hemp-Derived Delta-9 THC gummies meet the federal regulations and procedures. Each gummy contains 11.6 milligrams, surpassing Colorado’s 10mg limit for each THC edible. The CBD industry has evolved into the alternate cannabinoid industry, paving a way towards legalization—while still providing the same cannabinoid.
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