Under a bill approved by lawmakers on Sunday, Minnesota adults over the age of 21 will be able to buy neuroactive industrial marijuana derived thc products in grocery stores and convenience stores. The measure also allows CBD to be included in the food and beverage sector, which is contrary to the current Minnesota policy. The bill is awaiting the signature of Democratic Governor Tim Walz to allow delta-8 THC and delta-9 thc products and other narcotics from industrial marijuana. Stevenbrown, co-founder of the Minnesota marijuana Association, told mjbizdaily: "this will enable us to produce what people want." This measure will limit the narcotics derived from industrial cannabis to 5 mg thc per serving and a maximum of 50 mg thc per pack. The measure will come into effect on August 1. Minnesota currently allows the sale of medical marijuana products, but does not allow the sale of adult marijuana products.
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