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Structural model of THC molecule

DEA Says New Cannabis Extract Code Does Only Good Things

More than five years after proposing the idea, the Drug Enforcement Agency next month will implement use of a new administrative code for cannabis extracts, unnerving some advocates for the hemp industry and the lawful use of cannabidiol, a compound found in cannabis plants that appears useful in treating epilepsy.

Some cannabis advocates see the new code as a backdoor attempt to stretch the definition of marijuana, a federally illegal Schedule I drug, to cover products that are lawfully imported or produced domestically from plants with low amounts of the high-inducing compound tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

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