Is CBD Legal?
While there is a growing movement to legalize cannabis across the country and many states have adopted or plan to adopt laws that allow for the recreational use of marijuana, it hasn’t been approved federally. Current law around THC can make people concerned about whether CBD oil and other products are legal in all 50 states.
Is CBD Legal in All 50 States?
Yes, CBD is legal in the United States.
While CBD comes from hemp, which is a close cousin of marijuana, it is legal across the country since the 2018 Farm Bill was enacted.
What is the 2018 Farm Bill?
The 2018 Farm Bill is a federal law that allows for the growth, harvest, distribution, production and sale of hemp products in the United States. While the 2018 Farm Bill does not legalize marijuana, hemp that contains less than 0.3% THC (the psychoactive property in marijuana and hemp) is legal.
Where Is CBD Legal?
Because of the 2018 Farm Bill, CBD products, including CBD oil, are legal in all 50 states.
Marijuana and CBD products that contain more than 0.3% THC are legal in states that have legalized the recreational use of marijuana.
Can I Get in Trouble by My Employer for Using CBD?
CBD doesn’t show up in drug screening, but THC does. When using zero-THC broad spectrum CBD like Thru Hemp’s, you won’t test positive as a result of using our products.
The Last Prisoner Project
While CBD isn’t illegal, we at Thru recognize we work in an industry that has seen the incarceration of so many, especially people of color. For every Thru product sold, we donate 5% of the proceeds to The Last Prisoner Project. The criminal justice and drug reform nonprofit aims to help the other 40,000 cannabis prisoners in the United States by providing aid, resources and policy changes.
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