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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a medical card to shop at Highnorth?
No, our THC products are all compliant with both federal and state laws. We are open to the public and can serve anyone over the age of 21.
Is THC legal in Wisconsin?

Yes! Hemp derived Delta-9 THC products are legal in the state of Wisconsin for purchase by customers aged 21 or older. This includes derivatives like THC-A, THC-P, THCv, HHC, and H4CBD. The products must be under 0.3% THC by dry weight.

What are the consumption laws in Wisconsin around THC products?

The consumption laws of hemp derived THC products are largely like alcohol where products can be consumed on private property. These products should not be used on public property or anywhere a minor may be present. You cannot use in your vehicle nor operate a vehicle under the influence of any THC product. Open container laws apply while in a vehicle as well, like alcohol.

Is THC legal in Minnesota?

In August of 2023, Minnesota passed a new bill legalizing cannabis throughout the state, but this law had some unique components that consumers should understand.

The 2023 legalization bill passed by the state of Minnesota legalized the possession of cannabis, along with the ability for Minnesotans to grow cannabis in their homes. This bill also contained social equity components that is intended to begin the process of releasing people who have been incarcerated for non-violent drug offenses in MN. That said, this bill does not legalize the sale of cannabis through recreational dispensaries until an adult use retail license is obtained. Retailers, with the exception of medical dispensaries, are still not allowed to sell cannabis until mid-2025 when the adult use retail license application and selection process begins and licensed stores start to operate.

In addition, the state of Minnesota has begun cracking down on retailers selling hemp flower, vapes and concentrates. This means that any MN retailer, who is not a licensed medical dispensary, cannot sell any smokeable or vapeable products containing any cannabinoid of any kind (THC, CBD, THCa, HHC and all others). This also includes the sale from out of state retailers or online stores from shipping any of the above mentioned products to Minnesota addresses.

Minnesotans should still be excited. Full adult use, recreational cannabis dispensaries are expected to begin getting licensure and opening for business to the public in mid-2025. Highnorth is expecting to be one of these license holders as soon as we possibly can.

Will these products get me high?
Yes and no. We have both psychoactive and non-psychoactive products available. Typically CBD products will not deliver any high effect, where as THC or other minor cannabinoids can/will cause impairment. Our staff can help you find the right product for you, whether you would like to feel high or not.
Are the products online the same as in-store?

This depends on the specific product. Each retail location has a slightly varied inventory to meet the needs of the community the shop is in. However, all Highnorth products will be in all stores. Products like our Basecamp gummies, Hype Bites, THC+CBD, Highnorth THC drinks, etc. will be the same across all our locations. The inventory for our Hudson store also includes Highnorth THC-A flower, pre-rolls, concentrates, and high-dose edibles and seltzers. 

The Highnorth online store is based in WI, and carries similar products to the Hudson store such as flower. However, these products cannot ship to MN as they do not meet the rules around THC sales in MN. People looking to get products like this are encouraged to swing by our Hudson store to make a legal, in-person purchase! 

I am new to THC products, what should I try?

Our staff is great at guiding people of all experience levels towards the products that can best meet their needs. Simply reach out via our contact page, or visit one of our retail locations to chat with our knowledgeable staff in-person!

Are These Products FDA Approved?

These products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not meant to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any disease.

Disclaimer: The information provided in this FAQ section is for general informational purposes only and is not intended to constitute legal advice. The legal status of hemp and hemp-derived products can vary depending on local, state, and federal laws, and these laws may change over time. Individuals seeking legal guidance regarding hemp-related matters should consult with a qualified attorney familiar with the relevant laws in their jurisdiction. While we strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability, or availability of the information contained herein. Therefore, any reliance you place on such information is strictly at your own risk.