The 2021 Florida Statutes

Statutes & Definitions

Long story short: We have all the required licenses and certifications to sell cannabis hemp-infused 0.3 THC (Delta 9 Tetrahydrocannabino) products. 

Note: These products are not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

For additional information review the following statues and definitions:

In the state of Florida, businesses require a permit to sell hemp-infused products online. All products must also possess proper labeling. Miracle's Kitchen is in compliance with all hemp-related laws regarding products. 

The Legislature finds that:

  1. Hemp is an agricultural commodity.
  2. Hemp-derived cannabinoids, including, but not limited to, cannabidiol, are not controlled substances or adulterants.

“Hemp extract” means a substance or compound intended for ingestion, containing more than trace amounts of cannabinoid, or for inhalation which is derived from or contains hemp and which does not contain other controlled substances. The term does not include synthetic CBD or seeds or seed-derived ingredients that are generally recognized as safe by the United States Food and Drug Administration."

“Independent testing laboratory” means a laboratory that:

  1. Does not have a direct or indirect interest in the entity whose product is being tested;
  2. Does not have a direct or indirect interest in a facility that cultivates, processes, distributes, dispenses, or sells hemp or hemp extract in the state or in another jurisdiction or cultivates, processes, distributes, dispenses, or sells marijuana, as defined in s. 381.986; and
  3. Is accredited by a third-party accrediting body as a competent testing laboratory pursuant to ISO/IEC 17025 of the International Organization for Standardization.