Is CBD Legal In Every State?

Is CBD Legal In Every State?

No; despite its growing presence and popularity, CBD isn’t legal in every state. While the 2018 Farm Bill federally legalized hemp-derived CBD containing less than 0.3 percent THC – the psychoactive component of cannabis  – it also allowed states to regulate the production, sale and use of CBD, meaning the legality of CBD products varies across state lines.

 

Which States Fully Legalized CBD?

  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • the District of Columbia
  • Illinois
  • Maine
  • Michigan
  • Montana
  • Nevada
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • Oregon
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
  • Washington

 

Which States Only Allow CBD Conditionally?

Only South Dakota outright bans using cannabis products for both medical and recreational reasons. The remaining states only allow CBD products following specific conditions:

  1. Alabama
    CBD oil that has a THC content that exceeds 0.3 percent is legal for medical conditions.

  2. Arkansas
    CBD oil with over 0.3 percent THC derived from cannabis is only legal for patients with eligible medical reasons.

  3. California
    Hemp-derived CBD edibles are illegal.

  4. Delaware
    CBD oil with over 0.3 percent THC derived from cannabis – as opposed to hemp – is legal for patients with applicable medical conditions.

  5. Florida
    Only CBD oil derived from hemp is allowed.

  6. Georgia
    While cannabis-derived CBD oil with more than 0.3 percent of THC is legal if it’s for specific medical reasons, it must contain equal amounts of THC and CBD, with the THC not exceeding 5 percent.

  7. Hawaii
    Only CBD oil derived from hemp is allowed.

  8. Idaho
    All variations of CBD are legal, but they must not contain any THC.

  9. Indiana
    All variations of CBD are legal, but they must not contain more than 0.3 percent of THC.

  10. Iowa
    Cannabis-based CBD oil that has THC content exceeding 0.3 percent is only legal if it’s for specific medical conditions.

  11. Kansas
    CBD oil is only allowed for medical conditions, although the THC content can’t exceed 5 percent.

  12. Kentucky
    Cannabis-derived CBD oil is illegal, but hemp-derived CBD oil is allowed.

  13. Louisiana
    CBD oil from cannabis is legal for medical conditions.

  14. Maryland
    CBD oil from cannabis is legal for certain conditions.

  15. Massachusetts
    CBD oil with more than 0.3 percent of THC is legal for adults older than 21. Adults 18 to 20 years old can only have CBD oil with THC over 0.3 percent with a medical cannabis license.

  16. Minnesota
    Cannabis-based CBD oil is only allowed with medical cannabis licenses.

  17. Mississippi
    Cannabis-derived CBD is illegal unless one has a medical cannabis license. Even then, only a limited number of conditions are eligible, and the oil’s THC level can’t exceed 0.5 percent.

  18. Missouri
    CBD oil over 0.3 percent THC is legal with a medical cannabis license issued for doctor-diagnosed conditions.

  19. Nebraska
    Not barring medical conditions, cannabis-derived CBD is illegal.

  20. New Hampshire
    Cannabis-based CBD oil is allowed with a doctor-prescribed medical marijuana license.

  21. New Mexico
    Cannabis-based CBD oil is allowed with a medical marijuana license for specific conditions.

  22. North Carolina
    CBD oil derived from cannabis is allowed with a medical marijuana license for specific conditions – however, the list of accepted conditions is more limited compared to other states.

  23. North Dakota
    CBD oil made from cannabis is legal for patients prescribed a medical cannabis license for one of the state’s approved conditions.

  24. Ohio
    CBD oil made from cannabis is legal with a medical cannabis license for specific conditions.

  25. Oklahoma
    CBD oil made from cannabis is legal with a medical cannabis license. The state doesn’t have a formal list of medical conditions that qualify for marijuana treatment.

  26. Pennsylvania
    CBD oil with over 0.3 percent THC is legal for patients who obtain a medical cannabis license.

  27. Rhode Island
    CBD oil exceeding 0.3 percent of THC content is legal for patients who obtain a medical cannabis license for eligible conditions.

  28. South Carolina
    CBD oil exceeding 0.9 percent THC is legal with medical cannabis license, but the list of qualifying conditions is limited.

  29. Tennessee
    CBD oil exceeding 0.9 percent THC is legal with a medical cannabis license. Tennessee’s list of qualifying conditions is notoriously restrictive.

  30. Texas
    Only CBD oil with extremely low THC content (no higher than one percent) is allowed for patients with qualifying conditions.

  31. Utah
    CBD oil made from cannabis is legal with a medical cannabis license, which is only obtainable by patients with eligible conditions.

  32. West Virginia
    CBD oil made from cannabis is legal for patients prescribed a medical cannabis license for approved conditions.

  33. Wisconsin
    CBD oil made from cannabis is legal with a medical cannabis license for specific conditions.

  34. Wyoming
    Only hemp-derived CBD oil is legal.

 

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