State Restrictions

State
CBD Legal
Recreational Marijuana
Medical Marijuana
Alabama
Yes
No
No
Alaska
Yes
Yes
Yes
Arizona
Yes
No
Yes
Arkansas
Yes
No
Yes
California
Yes
Yes
Yes
Colorado
Yes
Yes
Yes
Connecticut
Yes
No
Yes
Delaware
Yes
No
Yes
District of Columbia
Yes
Yes
Yes
Florida
Yes
No
Yes
Georgia
Yes
No
No
Hawaii
Yes
No
Yes
Idaho
Yes with Restrictions
No
No
Illinois
Yes
Yes
Yes
Indiana
Yes
No
No
Iowa
Yes with Restrictions
No
No
Kansas
Yes with Restrictions
No
No
Kentucky
Yes
No
No
Louisiana
Yes
No
Yes
Maine
Yes
Yes
Yes
Maryland
Yes
No
Yes
Massachusetts
Yes
Yes
Yes
Michigan
Yes
Yes
Yes
Minnesota
Yes
No
Yes
Mississippi
Yes with Restrictions
No
No
Missouri
Yes
No
Yes
Montana
Yes
No
Yes
Nebraska
Yes with restrictions
No
No
Nevada
Yes
Yes
Yes
New Hampshire
Yes
No
Yes
New Jersey
Yes
No
Yes
New Mexico
Yes
No
Yes
New York
Yes
No
Yes
North Carolina
Yes with Restrictions
No
No
North Dakota
Yes, with restrictions
No
Yes
Ohio
Yes
No
Yes
Oklahoma
Yes
No
Yes
Oregon
Yes
Yes
Yes
Pennsylvania
Yes
No
Yes
Rhode Island
Yes
No
Yes
South Carolina
Yes with Restrictions
No
No
Tennessee
Yes with Restrictions
No
No
Texas
Yes
No
No
Utah
Yes
No
Yes
Vermont
Yes
Yes
Yes
Virginia
Yes with Restrictions
No
No
Washington
Yes
Yes
Yes
West Virginia
Yes
No
Yes
Wisconsin
Yes
No
No
Wyoming
Yes
No
No
 

STATES WHERE CBD IS “ILLEGAL”

Currently, every state in the United States of America allows some form of CBD usage. In most states, CBD is fully legal, while in other states it is legal with some restrictions.

Still, we always recommend checking with the local laws where you live. This article is not legal advice and you should always consult with a legal expert if you are in doubt.

By the way, the same goes for any cannabis product and your health. You should always consult a medical expert you TRUST if you have any doubts about using CBD products.

USAGE RESTRICTIONS BY STATE:

IDAHOThe Idaho Statute Section 37-2705 defines schedule I controlled substances following the Federal Law as compound, mixture, preparation or material that contains any traces of either THC or marijuana.

Therefore, for CBD to not be a controlled substance in Idaho, two conditions must be satisfied:

1. The CBD oil/product CANNOT contain any quantity of tetrahydrocannabinol and not just less than 0.3%.
2. The CBD oil extract cannot be considered as ‘marijuana’ under Idaho Statute Section 37-2705.

IOWAonly allowed if the product comes from a USDA-approved state. Ohio is USDA approved.

KANSASresidents of Kansas can buy CBD oil or products derived thereof with 0% THC

MISSISSIPPI CBD oil or products derived thereof is allowed only if it comes from hemp. However, CBD oil products must have 0.3% THC or no THC at all.

NORTH CAROLINAAll hemp-derived CBD products with less than .3% THC are permitted as long as they are not prohibited by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).

SOUTH CAROLINA - The answer is yes, CBD oil is legal in South Carolina in 2020. Along with CBD oil, most other CBD infused products such as CBD tinctures, capsules, creams, and so forth are also legal (see list of CBD products below). 

The one exception, as we mentioned above is smokable hemp flower. Although this is still being debated, stores across the state have been pulling smokable hemp off their shelves for fear of being raided. 

Although smokable hemp can still be purchased online, it’s inadvisable to smoke hemp in public as it smells just like a weed and is likely to get you arrested.

Furthermore, any products produced from marijuana, or any products produced from hemp that have more than 0.3 percent CBD are illegal in the state. If you’re caught with such products you can be subject to the penalties of the state’s marijuana laws.

TENNESSEE - The bottom line is that CBD oil, assuming it is produced from hemp and contains under 0.3 percent THC, is legal for all Tennesseans.

VIRGINIA - Yes. Currently, CBD oil from the hemp plant is legally prohibited throughout the state of Virginia. These products are legal if they don’t contain more than 0.3% THC.

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