Last updated on 13 July 2021
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.
How did CBD become legal in Alaska
The signing of the Farm Bill in 2018, allowed the research, cultivation, and usage of industrial hemp to no longer be limited to the several industrial hemp pilot programs that were approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and state departments of agriculture.
In Alaska, the Farm Bill is followed and respected, allowing many people to benefit from the effects of CBD oil and other CBD products. You generally do not need a doctor’s prescription to purchase CBD products.
Is Cannabis legal in Alaska?
In November 2014 Alaska legalized the production, sale and use of marijuana, recreational such as medical use.
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Qualifying conditions for medical marijuana:
- Cachexia, or wasting syndrome
- Chronic or severe pain
- Multiple sclerosis
- Persistent muscle spasms
- Seizures, including those characteristic of epilepsy
- Severe nausea
Are there any penalties for CBD in Alaska?
Even though it is accessible and legal, you are not allowed to consume marijuana as well as CBD on public land otherwise you have to pay a fine of up to 100$.
Currently in Alaska you are allowed to consume CBD without a qualifying medical condition and without a prescription from a doctor.