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Delta-8 is produced in as many retail forms as commercial marijuana: oils, vapes, tinctures, gummies, flower, etc. Like any other legally available supplement with disregarded recommendations, says Schneider, Delta-8 can be abused and “can cause unwanted results.” For those with whom the new craze does not agree, there’s a quick fix – saturated fats.

Schneider’s shop, Rocketman in Gulf Gate, has been stocking its shelves with counterculture consumer trends for 25 years, and caters only to ages 21 and up. And today’s hottest item – a legally available form of marijuana called Delta-8 – is a testament to the ingenuity of neuropharmacologists extracting the biggest bang for the buck from the cannabis plant.

“Don’t buy Delta-8 from an unknown source, please,” Schneider says. “There’s so much garbage out there it’s not even funny.”

Consumers flock to a loophole in marijuana law to get a legal buzz from this derivative of hemp sold in Gulf Gate.

“The big thing in the industry now is, the labs are totally rubber-stamping and pencil-whipping these lab reports. It’s disheartening and it’s a scourge in the industry,” says Buono. “And it’s not just Delta-8 or CBD hemp, but from a full-blown marijuana standpoint.”

Schneider personally prefers “old school” cannabis to Delta-8, but Rocketman carries edibles, and he attests to their efficacy for insomnia. He cites the 40-milligram Delta-8 muffins (one for $7, three for $15), which he recommends at half a dose for customers weighing under 200 pounds:

“Some people have phenomenal experiences. I’ve taken up to 50 milligrams (of Delta-8) with almost no effects whatsoever,” says Buono, a Florida-registered medical marijuana patient. “My wife took a 10 (milligram) and she was laid out on the couch asleep within 45 minutes.”

The popularity of Delta-8 has become so pervasive that you can find versions for sale at local convenience stores and gas stations that offer CBD products. But because there are no federal regulations in place, consumers should research the market before purchasing.

By April 2020, Rocketman was touting his new Delta-8 products, whose potencies are typically described by industry watchers as somewhere between CBD and full-blown marijuana. Hemp-derived CBD, or cannabidiol, is renowned for its ability to mitigate pain, depression, and a variety of mental health issues, without the fuzzy side effects.

No, you will still be able to purchase up to a 60-day supply of the medical marijuana product(s) that correspond to the practitioner recommendations on your certification.

Yes. Substance Use Disorder was added as a qualifying condition and Opioid Use Disorder as the associated or complicating condition. Practitioners who certify patients for Substance Use Disorder or Opioid Use Disorder must hold a Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000 (DATA 2000) waiver.

Facilities that can be designated are listed in Title 10 NYCRR § 1004.3(k) of the regulations, and include the following:

The temporary ID card expires 30 days after the date of issue. The expiration date will be printed on your temporary registry ID card. You should receive your official registry ID card prior to the expiration of the temporary ID card. If you do not receive your official registry ID card within two weeks, please contact the Department at 1-844-863-9312 or [email protected] to check on the status of your official registry ID card.

4. Can I re-print a copy of the temporary registry ID card (i.e. if the original print was lost or rendered unusable)?

If you do not see the link for your temporary registry ID card, please follow the instructions on the screen to check the status of the current registration.

Facilities who have submitted the required designated facility caregiver form to the Department, and whose registration as a facility caregiver has been approved, will be issued a registry ID card in the approval response sent via email. No temporary registry ID cards are issued for facility caregivers.

When presented with a government-issued photo ID, the temporary registry ID card may be displayed as an image on a mobile device, such as your cell phone or iPad, or by visiting your my.ny.gov account to open the image of the card.

6. Can Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants recommend the use of medical marijuana for patients with Opioid Use Disorder?

A PA may consult the practitioner list located within the Medical Marijuana Data Management System (MMDMS) application of the Department of Health’s Health Commerce System (HCS). A supervisory relationship with a physician who participates in the MMP must first be established, and a completed MMP Authorization form signed by both the PA and the supervising physician must be submitted to MMP.

Patients and designated caregivers CANNOT legally cultivate medical marijuana at home until the regulations have been formally adopted.