Illinois – Legalized medical marijuana and CBD products that are approved by the FDA.
Oklahoma – Excluded the word “marijuana ” when it comes to defining CBD products approved by the FDA. CBD oil and products are legal as well as long as it’s approved by the FDA and has less than 0.3% THC.
The Difference Between THC & CBD
Colorado – Legalized medical marijuana and CBD products that are approved by the FDA.
As stated before CBD has tons of health benefits and there are multiple researches about it considering its a very potent substance.
Hawaii – Legalized medical marijuana and CBD products that are approved by the FDA.
2018: The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 creates more room for hemp cultivation, beyond pilot programs. It also lifts restrictions on the transportation, sale, and possession of hemp products across all 50 states, as long as they meet federal guidelines.
So, which one is marijuana, and which one is hemp? The answer to that isn’t that simple. Again, as we noted before, marijuana and hemp aren’t two plant varieties belonging to the same family. Instead, a Cannabis Sativa plant can either be marijuana or hemp. The difference comes in the THC percentage in the cannabis plant:
CBD Isn’t Legal in All Its Forms
The FDA is in the process of assessing CBD’s safety. Its stance, for now, is that it’s illegal to add CBD to food or to use CBD as a dietary supplement for commerce between interstate lines.
Unfortunately, many people assume that CBD and THC have similar effects since they both belong to the cannabis family. This is not, however, the case. And you can begin to understand the differences by learning more about the variety of plant strains within the cannabis family.
After the 2018 Farm Bill, as per federal law, CBD is considered legal in the 50 states. With that being said, since the law is still relatively new, some states haven’t fully embraced CBD. States are grouped into four varying jurisdictional categories .