FAQ for Tennessee Hemp Supply
What is industrial hemp? How is this legal?
The state of Tennessee Public Chapter No. 916, section 4, "Industrial hemp" means the plants and plant parts of the genera cannabis that do not contain a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) concentration more than three tenths of one percent (0.3%) on a dry mass basis, grown from seed certified by a certifying agency, as defined by § 43-10-1 03. Here is a link to the PDF signed by Governor Bill Haslem:
Is marijuana legal in Tennessee?
No. Marijuana is not legal in Tennessee. Industrial hemp, with less than 0.3% delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), is legal in Tennessee.
Will industrial hemp/CBD get you high?
No. Industrial hemp has low delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive component of cannabis. This low concentration will not cause psychoactive effects.
Does hemp/CBD show up on a drug screening?
You naturally produce THC in your body through the Endocannabinoid System. Drug screenings test for the natural level that occurs in your body. When you consume a product that contains THC, those levels can be elevated above the natural level and can pull a false positive. Everyone metabolizes and stores THC differently than the next person. There are no guarantees that you will pass a drug screening. There are CBD options that contain 0% THC that is safe from drug screenings, like the THS Chill Pill.
How old do I need to be to make a purchase?
You must be at least 18 years old.
Can you ship across state lines?
Yes. However, some restrictions apply. For more information on restrictions, call 615-326-4367
What extraction method is used for your products?
Our products are made using a CO2 extraction process.
Are your products locally made?
Yes. The majority of our products are either made by Tennessee Hemp Supply, or sourced from a vendor from the Tennessee area.
Do you sell seeds?
No. The 2014 Farm Bill requires seed used for the production of hemp in Tennessee to be certified.
How do I receive information for wholesale options?
You can send inquiries to [email protected] for wholesale information.
Can you vape CBD tinctures?
MCT oil or hemp oil is a fat. Although studies have shown that vaping fatty oils is not as harmful as once believed, vaping fats could cause lipoid pneumonia. Be sure to look for vape juices and tinctures that infuse the CBD into vegetable glycerin. If the tincture uses MCT oil be sure is is a very small amount. The MCT oil helps bind the CBD to vegetable glycerin.