Is Hemp Legal?

Is Hemp Legal? What You Need to Know

With the passing of the Farm Bill in December 2018, hemp became federally legal in the United States. And with it, the floodgates opened. Whether it’s jelly beans or gummies infused with CBD, vaping pens, or full-spectrum hemp extract, or other CBD products, there’s a good reason for all the interest. Hemp and its array of phytocannabinoids offer an impressive number of health benefits.

Also known as the 2018 Agricultural Improvement Act, the Farm Bill allows Americans to grow and sell hemp — which was not allowed before. The law also allows consumers to buy, consume, and bring hemp products, like hemp extract or CBD, across state lines.[1]

This is a huge deal! However, there are some caveats you need to be aware of. If you want to buy hemp or CBD, there are questions you may want to have answered: Is hemp fully legal? Can you take CBD or hemp products on a plane or to a concert or ship it in the mail? Do laws vary by state? Read on to learn more.


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