Legal THC in Iowa

Yes! In 2021 consumable hemp became legal in the state of Iowa – CBD and Hemp Derived THC products are now available at all Central Iowa Vapors locations!

Hemp-derived Delta-9 THC products are offered at a concentration of no more than 0.3% by dry weight.

Can You Buy Delta 9 THC in Iowa?

Yes! Adults 21 years or older can purchase Hemp Derived THC products in Iowa. Central Iowa Vapors offers a quality selection of products that creates impactful results. If you do not live local, no worries! Browse our Hemp Collection and we will ship it right to your doorstep.

At Central Iowa Vapors, all of our products meet and exceed federal and state guidelines, allowing us to offer Federal Legal THC that is less than 0.3 percent THC in person and online. We have several different variations of hemp-derived products and even some without THC.

We offer THC-P, Delta 9, CBN, CBG, CBD. Some of our CBG and CBD products contain NO THC for those that do not need it. Most customers have found the THC-P and Delta 9 stains to be their go to’s.

This may sound confusing to begin with but do not worry!

To learn more we recommend stopping into a Central Iowa Vapors near you. One of our knowledgeable employees will walk you through our Hemp / CBD selection which includes candies, gummies, chocolates, popcorn, tinctures and lotions. The employee will explain the pros and cons and allow you to select the best product that fits your individual needs.

At Central Iowa Vapors our goal is to help improve adults wellness through the gift of the hemp plant. We are not looking to sell the trendiest products, we want to sell you what will work and be effective for your needs. You can trust that Central Iowa Vapors only offers quality products that produces quality results.


Other Terms that define CBD:

Hemp, Hemp Extracts, Consumable Hemp, Industrial Hemp, Consumable Hemp, CBD with concentration less than 0.3% by dry weight.

Is a medical Card Needed?

  • A medical card is NOT required for the purchase of consumable hemp products in Iowa.
  • Retailers like Central Iowa Vapors must be licensed with – Iowa Department of Inspections & Appeals and follow strict regulations, to retail consumable hemp THC products to adults 21+.

What is “Hemp” ?

Consumable Hemp product is food, beverages and supplements that contains industrial hemp or hemp derived cannabinoids (CBD). These products are no more than 0.3 percent concentration of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Do not underestimate the lower THC percentage. After all Hemp is the super sister to the “marijuana” plant.

Hemp is a specific variety of sativa. People have grown hemp for years, using it to make rope, clothes, sails, food, and much more. Industrial hemp has an equally long history in the United States – Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the country, grew it himself.

Hemp plants contain THC but at lower levels. However, certain types of processed hemp, such as tinctures, gummies, or capsules, can still have euphoric effects.

What is the difference between Hemp and Marijuana

Hemp plants and marijuana plants are both the same species. Legally, hemp is defined as a cannabis plant that contains less than 0.3 percent THC, while Marijuana is a cannabis plant that contains more than 0.3 percent THC. CBD can be derived from both hemp and Marijuana plants.

Consider hemp the super sister to the Marijuana plant. It’s all still THC, but different variants can be more or less effective. Consider delta 9 THC the “regular form” of THC. Manufactures must use hemp plants and stay under 0.3% by dry weight if they are conforming to federal regulations.

What’s the Difference Between Delta 8 and Delta-9?

Some may think that Delta 8 and Delta 9 are the same legal THC, but this is not true. Delta 8 and Delta 9 are both forms of THC however, they offer their own unique effects.

Both compounds share the same chemical makeup, but they have a slight difference in molecular structure. Delta 8 Legal THC has a double bond located on the eighth carbon chain, and Delta 9 Legal THC has a double bond located on the ninth carbon chain.

If you aren’t a scientist or chemist, you may be thinking – I do not understand. Where the chemical bond is located affects how your body responds to the cannabinoid. Delta 8 has been known to be less potent with different effects compared to Delta 9.

After Consumption:

After consuming any other form of THC, you cannot operate a vehicle or heavy machinery.

We highly recommend starting small and wait for the effects to arise. Smaller doses allow for the edge to be lifted while still being yourself! Avoiding this advice may lead you to feel overwhelmed. If you think you may be in this situation, no worries. To improve your experience, we recommend listening to calming music, watching a movie, or close your eyes and take a nap. For additional questions or to learn more please call 515-255-0004 or email [email protected].

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