OLCC raises allowable THC levels in certain hemp products

Ore. — The Oregon Liquor Control Commission is raising the allowable THC levels in certain hemp products.

The OLCC raised the THC per container potency levels to 50 milligrams for hemp concentrates, extracts and tinctures. The change goes into effect starting Feb. 1.

The change doesn’t affect hemp edibles, which are capped at 10 milligrams THC per unit and 1 milligram per serving.

The new limits are still a fraction of what similar marijuana products contain.

Anna Weeks is the anchor of NBC5 News at 5 and 11 and Your Place @7 with Anna Weeks. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Oregon State University with a degree in Digital Communication Arts and a minor in writing. Previously, she interned with the National Association of Broadcasters at the NAB Show in Las Vegas. Originally from the Portland area, Anna loves exploring Southern Oregon. In her free time, she enjoys reading, running, and watching sports.
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