Legal status of CBD

CBD is available everywhere.  You can buy it at retail stores, and on an uncountable amount of websites.  This is thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill (The Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018), where hemp was removed from the Controlled Substances Act, and treated as any other agricultural commodity.  At that moment Industrial Hemp and its derivatives became legal on a federal level.

This Federal Law defines “Industrial Hemp” as all parts of the Cannabis Sativa L. Plant, including “extracts” and “cannabinoids” with a THC concentration of  less 0.3%.

Therefore, Hemp and its derivatives were legally removed from the definition of marijuana.

This Federal Law defines “Industrial Hemp” as all parts of the Cannabis Sativa L. Plant, including “extracts” and “cannabinoids” with a THC concentration of  less 0.3%.

Therefore, Hemp and its derivatives were legally removed from the definition of marijuana.