23 Dec IS CBD LEGAL IN ALABAMA?
CBD is a hot topic and buzzword, but the rules and regulations surrounding it can still feel a little murky, especially if you aren’t a news-junky.
So, is CBD legal in Alabama? The short answer, yes. CBD is legal in Alabama.
CBD IS LEGAL IN ALABAMA
After the Farm Bill passed in December of 2018, which legalized CBD derived from industrial hemp, Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall said that CBD derived from industrial hemp is legal as long as it contains no more than 0.3% THC.
WHAT IS CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD for short) is one of the 120 compounds, also known as cannabinoids, which are found in cannabis and hemp. People around the world use CBD to help reduce stress, anxiety, depression and more. It’s non-psychoactive, meaning it won’t get you ‘high.’
Not all CBD is created equally. With the lack of FDA regulation and education surrounding the industry, we suggest buyers do their research before purchasing.
High-quality CBD will be labeled using names like cannabidiol, hemp oil, full-spectrum hemp or hemp extract as well as list the amount of CBD products contain. Reputable companies will also often provide a Certificate of Analysis
Hempseed oil will, on the other hand, will be labeled as cannabis Sativa or a variation of the name (always check the fine print) and won’t disclose the CBD concentration in the product.
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