The possession and transportation of THC extracts and concentrates is illegal in Texas. This includes any edible or vaping product, no matter how small. The consequences of owning and selling THC concentrates, especially in smaller counties, can be very serious. Marijuana or cannabis contains at least 110 types of cannabinoids, of which THC, CBN and CBD are the most abundant and studied.
THC has a psychoactive effect, while CBN has only a mild psychoactive effect and CBD has no psychoactive effect. CBD oil or wax is legal in Texas as long as the THC content is low. However, the possession of oils obtained elsewhere or for other reasons is still illegal, since they contain THC. Delta-8 THC is not a substitute for CBD, since it still has intoxicating effects.
Hemp is legal to buy, sell and possess in Texas, but the processing and manufacturing of hemp for smoking is prohibited. Penalties for possession of THC are determined based on the quantity and the quantity is measured in grams. Support for the legalization of the drug remains high in the polls, but delta-8 remains illegal in Texas.