It is legal for CBD from hemp to be produced, sold, and possessed.
The Alaska Department of Natural Resources (“DNR”), issued proposed industrial hemp rules that will require retailers to register with DNR to sell hemp and hemp products.
CBD is legal.
In Arkansas, you do not need a license or permit to sell or deliver CBD products.
Manufacturing, processing, or selling of non-food industrial hemp or hemp products is legal in California. However, there are restrictions on CBD in food and beverages.
CBD is legal in Colorado, with some restrictions on CBD in baked goods.
CBD is legal to purchase and consume in Connecticut.
Since 2014, CBD products have been legal in Delaware.
CBD is legal in Florida, but currently, there aren’t a ton of regulations.
CBD with no more than 5% THC is legal. However, patients with certain medical conditions can possess “low THC oil” if they have a Low THC Oil Registry Card from the Department of Public Health.
In Hawaii, CBD is legal though it is illegal to add it to food, beverages, or cosmetics.
CBD is not legal in Idaho unless it contains zero THC.
CBD is legal in Illinois.
In Indiana, you can legally buy, sell, and possess CBD products.
CBD products can only be sold in Iowa within stores that have a dispensary license.
Kansas Law allows for the use and sale of CBD containing zero THC and cannot be used in food or beverage.
You can legally grow, manufacture, and own CBD products in Kentucky.
While CBD is legal, there are many product restrictions and state officials can randomly test products.
CBD products are legal in Maine as long as no medical claims are made to promote the product. It is treated as a food product rather than medicine.
CBD is legal in Maryland.
In Massachusetts, it is prohibited to sell food containing CBD, animal feed with hemp, CBD products making medical claims, or unprocessed plant materials to consumers.
CBD is legal in Michigan.
CBD is legal in Minnesota.
CBD is legal in Mississippi but cannot be used as a medical treatment.
CBD is legal in Missouri as long as it contains less than 0.3% THC.
Montana has made CBD legal, but it is restricted in food and beverages.
CBD containing less than 0.3% THC is legal in Nebraska.
CBD is legal to purchase in Nevada.
Despite the restrictive marijuana laws, CBD is legal in New Hampshire.
CBD is legal in New Jersey.
In May 2019, a new law specifically authorized the sale of CBD and food products containing CBD.
CBD is legal in New York, but cannot be sold as a medication.
CBD is legal in North Carolina and there are no laws that dictate who can sell CBD products.
CBD is legal to purchase in North Dakota as long as it was extracted from industrial hemp per the 2018 Farm Bill.
Hemp-derived CBD is legal in Ohio.
The state legislature in Oklahoma approved the retail sale of CBD, becoming the first state to require CBD product labels to declare the country of origin and whether the cannabidiol is natural or synthetic.
CBD is legal in Oregon whether it was derived from hemp or marijuana.
While hemp-derived CBD is legal in Pennsylvania, anything derived from marijuana has to go through the state’s medical marijuana system.
CBD is legal in Rhode Island as long as it was derived from hemp.
CBD is legal in South Carolina as long as the oil contains less than 0.3% THC.
Hemp and CBD are still illegal in South Dakota according to a statement released by the Attorney General in March 2019.
CBD oil is legal in Tennessee as long as it contains less than 0.9% THC.
CBD is legal in Texas as long as it contains less than 0.3% THC.
CBD has been legal in Utah since December 2018.
CBD is legal in Vermont.
CBD is legal in Vermont and in April 2020 the Governor signed a bill to regulate CBD products as food.
CBD is legal in Washington and can be purchased at dispensaries.
CBD is legal to purchase in West Virginia.
Any Wisconsin citizen can possess CBD oil, as long as their physician certifies it is being used to treat a medical condition.
Wyoming state law now allows for the use and possession of hemp and hemp products, including CBD though it was a long and hard-fought battle.