While there are no federal regulations that establish the minimum age required to purchase Delta 8-THC, there are state regulations that require consumers to be 18 years or older to purchase. For this reason, you must be 18 years or older to buy any product online in most cases. The federal legal age limit for Delta-8-THC is 21 years. This means that you cannot buy delta-8-THC if you are under 21 years old.
Some states, such as Maryland, have also passed laws that restrict the sale of Delta 8 to people over 21 years of age. In general, the Delta 8 age limits apply to all products that contain significant concentrations of this cannabinoid. While other states have generally taken the tougher approach of outright banning Delta 8, age-based laws are likely to become more common as Delta 8 inevitably becomes more widespread. Since it is very similar to normal THC, common sense dictates that Delta 8 be manipulated with the same policies used to treat THC Delta 9, meaning that its sale should be restricted to people aged 21 and over.
While some consider it to be a loophole, this law also ensures that there are no age restrictions on Delta 8 sales in Nebraska. There is no federal age limit for Delta 8, and only a few states have taken steps to limit Delta 8 sales based on age.