Is CBD legal in your state?
Is CBD legal in Iowa? Is CBD legal in Mississippi? How about CBD in Kansas, Georgia or Idaho? We are frequently asked about the legality of non-psychoactive CBD and cannabinoid oils across the United States.
CBD has been federally legal in the United States since the Farm Bill was signed in late 2018 as long as it is derived from hemp and contains less than 0.3% THC. However, CBD's legal status differs at the state level, with some placing restrictions on its sale and consumption. For example, some states ban CBD-infused drinks and food products and/or smokable CBD hemp flower and CBD vapes. Vermont even has special rules for CBD-infused maple syrup!
We have compiled state-by-state answers to help you understand CBD laws. Please keep in mind that although we frequently update this page, CBD laws and regulations are continually changing at the state level across the country.
CBD Legality by U.S. State