It is interesting how the courts were able to rule that a product grown in a state and consumed in the same state neer crossing the state line was somehow covered by the interstate commerce. So much evil has come from this ruling.
It is actually much worse than that. In Wickard v. Filburn (1942), FDR’s commies on the Supreme Court ruled that Congress could regulate the amount of wheat grown on a farm even though the wheat was never even sold but was instead used to feed the farmer’s own animals on the same farm. The wheat never even left the farm! Their so-called reasoning was something like: if thousands of farmers did what this guy did, it would have an impact on interstate commerce because substantially less wheat would be purchased from interstate commerce.