Urb Rocks: Hemp-Derived Innovation | Popping Crystals

Cannabis: Marijuana and Hemp

There are two types of cannabis: marijuana and hemp. In the United States, despite marijuana having been legalized at the state level for medical use in many states and for adult recreational use in a number of states, cannabis, other than plants of the same genus that meet the definition of industrial hemp, continues to be categorized as a Schedule I controlled substance under the federal Controlled Substances Act (“CSA”), and subject to the Controlled Substances Import and Export Act (“CSIEA”).  

The 2018 Farm Bill

On December 20, 2018, President Trump signed the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018, which is more commonly known as the “2018 Farm Bill”. The 2018 Farm Bill legalizes hemp cultivation and declassifies hemp as a Schedule I controlled substance. Hemp and cannabinoid-infused products which exceed a delta-9-THC concentration of 0.3% are federally illegal.

Lifted Made Urb Rocks

Lifted Made is focused on developing and selling the most innovative and affordable hemp-derived products. Lifted Made’s latest launch is Urb Rocks, which are flavored popping crystals infused with 15 mg of hemp-derived delta-9-THC that explode with flavor in a consumer’s mouth. This exciting new addition to Lifted Made’s award-winning flagship brand Urb Finest Flowers is available for sale by clicking here, and through distributors nationwide.

Urb Rocks come in packets containing two formulations: AM Poppin’ for morning consumption that contain 15 mg of delta-9-THC plus caffeine, and PM Poppin’ for evening consumption that contain 15 mg of delta-9-THC plus melatonin, and gaba; both blends also utilize sunflower lecithin for rapid absorption and fast onset. Urb Rocks AM Poppin’ have a strawberry lemonade flavor; the Urb Rocks PM Poppin’ have a Blue Razz flavor. Each packet of Urb Rocks contains less than 0.3% delta-9-THC on a dry weight basis. The MSRP of a box of Urb Rocks containing 30 packets is $180, and can be purchased as a single packet (2 servings) for $6.