The use of CBD Oil in Alaska is legal so long as it is derived from the industrial hemp plant. Therefore, federal law had only legalized CBD or industrial hemp products that contain less than 0.3% of THC. This practice is also followed in the states of Connecticut and Idaho, where CBD must be extracted […]
In 2018 Alabama followed the example of other states such as Arizona, Illinois and Montana and legalized CBD products, which contain no more than 0.3% THC by weight. How CBD became legal in Alabama Before the 2018 Farm Bill, the state of Alabama did actually have a so-called medical CBD program. Back in 2014, the […]
Texas removed CBD with 0.3% THC or less from its Schedule I controlled substances list in July of 2019 with the passage of House Bill 1325. Access to CBD in Texas requires patients go through a strict medical process that is available only to people with severe illnesses. The Texas Compassionate Use Act legalized CBD […]
CBD oil which is derived from hemp and contains less than 0.3% THC is legal for use in oil, tinctures, topical and even infused into certain kinds of edible products. It has been legal since the passage of the Hemp Farming Act of 2018. All purchases of hemp-derived CBD products must have a lab report […]
Since December 2018 hemp-derived CBD oil and other CBD products are legal in Utah for every individual over 18, as long as it contains less than 0.3% THC. Prior to this, individuals who purchased CBD were required to have a hemp extract registration card. In Utah, CBD is not allowed to be smoked or added […]
In 2014, the use of CBD for patients with severe forms of seizure was legalized, as long as the product contains at least 15% CBD and no more than 0.9% THC. In 2017 the state legalized the personal use of industrial hemp and hemp-derived products, as long as the content of THC is under 0.3%. […]
In 2018, the Hemp farming Act legalized all industrial hemp and products made from industrial hemp containing no more than 0.3% THC. These products include oils, tinctures, topicals, and even certain infused edible products, as well. There is no limit on the amount of CBD derived from hemp, individuals are allowed to possess. Is Cannabis […]
Under Oregon law, CBD has been legal since 2014. There are no possession limits for hemp-derived CBD in the state of Oregon. Is Cannabis legal in Oregon? Adult use cannabis has been legal since 2014, medical marijuana has been legal since 1998. That means that non-patients can also consume CBD Cannabis Oil. For CBD that […]
CBD sourced from hemp is legal in West Virginia, also known as West VA for locals. Hemp was initially legalized in 2002 with the passage of Senate Bill 447 and defined hemp as cannabis with no more than 1% THC. In 2018 the West Virginia Legislature legalized the cultivation of hemp for industrial purposes. House […]
CBD products with less than 0.3% THC have been legal in Oklahoma since April 30, 2015. The amendment specified that CBD extracted from hemp was exempt from the definition of marijuana as long as it contained less than 0.3% THC. Is Cannabis legal in Oklahoma? June 2018 the legalization of medical marijuana was approved in […]
The state of New Hampshire has not provided clear or explicit directions on the legal status of CBD. Currently, it’s easy to find CBD products in New Hampshire, but it’s prohibited to use CBD as an additive in food and drinks. In particular authorities in the state look to the 2018 Hemp Farming Bill to […]
Is CBD legal in the US? If the answer is yes, but where exactly and what are the terms behind its legalization?
There are many terms thrown around when people talk about the legality of CBD oil. Words like cannabis, hemp, and THC can often easily determine whether a CBD oil or other product is legally available for consumption and purchase or not. But why does this matter?