Red Mesa defines THC-Free CBD as ≤ 0.05% THC and will not validate the product as being THC-Free CBD unless ISO 17025 accredited third-party lab COAs confirm compliance within our defined threshold.

In the context of the 2018 Farm Bill, the term “THC-Free” refers to hemp-derived products that contain no detectable levels of delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive compound found in higher concentrations in marijuana. The Farm Bill sets the legal threshold for THC content in hemp at 0.3% percent by dry weight to be considered industrial hemp.

However, Red Mesa goes a step further by aiming to eliminate measurable amounts of THC, with THC-Free strictly defined as ≤ 0.05% THC. This distinction is crucial for several reasons, including compliance with federal law, marketability to consumers seeking non-psychoactive products, and adherence to workplace drug testing policies. When choosing a supplier for THC-Free CBD, it is vital to understand the suppliers defined threshold for THC-Free.

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