Updated: Mar 8
THCa is a cannabinoid found in Hemp and Marijuana. When exposed to heat from smoking, it converts to THC. THC is the psychoactive component that provides elevation.
THCa is naturally grown in Hemp. There are growing conditions that they must keep the plants to, and harvest early, but it is all natural. THCa is not an extraction that is sprayed on the hemp flower. THCa is not synthetic, it is natural.
In Marijuana legal states, when they talk about THC levels, they are telling you the THCa levels. Fractured Flower CBD is currently stocking hemp
at 23-26% THCa.
THCa is not regulated by the 2018 Farm Act. This means Hemp flower that does not exceed 0.30% Delta 9 THC is legal in South Carolina and Federally, regardless of the THCa level.