17.2 C
New York
Sunday, June 4, 2023

Kettering License to Extract Ohio Growers’ Hemp Oil Used to Treat a Variety of Ailments, THC, Agriculture, Pain Relief, Jobs

- Advertisement -

HypernovaTN supplies tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)-free products, making them available over the counter for use by those with jobs where drug testing is required, he said.

Gateway Circle started business in 2019 and has three employees. Mosali said it was the second in Ohio to be licensed to extract CBD oil after the first was granted in 2020.

State cannabis processors must be certified to ensure their products comply with laws and regulations, according to the Ohio Department of Agriculture.

ExploresA Year in Review: The Best of 2021: Kettering’s Top 7 Stories of the Year

The licensing requirement came after Governor Mike DeWine signed a 2019 bill paving the way for the hemp industry to become one of Ohio’s agricultural crops.

The licensing process took about a year because “the rules were changing. They weren’t set in stone at the time. So we were rolling with the punches,” Mosali said.

“I’m sure there is more in the pipeline that will be published online over the course of the year and next,” he added.

ExploresEconomy: Stop childcare in Kettering schools; Some families say the cost will be “disabling”

Grow guide for marijuana beginners.

- Advertisement -THC University

Related Articles


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Stay Connected

- Advertisement -

Latest Articles