Cannabis or marijuana (cannabis containing >0.3% delta-9 THC) is currently federally illegal although numerous states have legalized it for adult or medical use. Delta-9 THC is the major intoxicating cannabinoid naturally found in cannabis. In 2018, the Farm Bill legalized hemp (cannabis containing < 0.3% delta-9 THC) which has led to the development of a market with products containing hemp-derived and semi-synthetic cannabinoids made from CBD intended for oral ingestion, topical application, or inhalation (e.g., vaping, smoking) primarily available in states where cannabis (marijuana) has not been legalized at the state-level. These products include CBD and semi-synthetic, intoxicating cannabinoids such as delta-8 THC (an isomer of delta-9 THC), delta-10 THC, THC-OAcetate, THC-P, THC-X, THCjd, HHC, etc. They do not include synthetic cannabinoids like Spice or K2 which act on cannabinoid receptors, but are not derived or synthesized from cannabis or hemp.