Is CBD legal, and is it legal to buy Cannabinoids?

Legality to buy Cannabinoids

Hemp-derived CBD products (containing less than 0.3 percent THC) are legal in all 50 states and regulated under the 2018 Farm Bill. The federal government still considers marijuana-derived CBD products (containing 0.3+ percent THC) to be unlawful.

THC is derived from the cannabis plant. Cannabis was prohibited in the United States for many years, whether it contained THC or not. Congress passed two landmark pieces of legislation in the recent decade, known as the 2014 Farm Bill and the 2018 Farm Bill. Cannabis having less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC per dry weight is defined as hemp under this legislation, and it is legal in all fifty states*. It also indicates that hemp derivatives (cannabinoids, extracts, isomers) are federally legal. All our products are derived entirely from organically produced, federally compliant hemp.

*Even though these goods are federally acceptable, different states may have their own restrictions regarding the purchase or use of hemp-based THC products. Before purchasing any CBD product, ensure that it has been tested by a third-party for potency. To protect your safety and regulatory compliance, it is recommended that you consult with state laws, customs offices, and local government, in order to further check on legality.