The FDA considers hemp and hemp-derived extracts to be food-based products. As such, there are no legal restrictions on their importation, production and consumption in the United States, and in most of the industrialized world.
Hemp oil is legal in all 50 states, and in over 40 countries around the world.
There are millions of hemp oil consumers around the world, and this number is rapidly rising with an increasing number of reports and studies showing a variety of benefits of hemp oil.
While the growing and cultivation of Hemp in the US might still be villified, luckily CBD-rich, Hemp Stalk, Hemp Bud, and Cannabinoid rich Hemp oil “is legal” in all 50 states.
Since only THC and a few synthetic Cannabinoids are scheduled substances, as long as an imported hemp plant meets the THC threshold, ALL of the Cannabinoids present in it, including the trace amounts of THC, are legal to sell in the Hemp finishing products used in producing nutritional supplements and Hemp foods.
These Hemp products have been legal to sell in the US for some time now, but the growing of Hemp remained illegal until 2014 and early manufacturers of Cannabidiol products were forced to import their Hemp base from overseas. With domestic hemp programs coming online slowly in 2014, and being legally distinct under law from Marijuana via the Farm Bill, producers of High CBD Hemp Oil will now be able to switch from imported base material from Europe and China to higher quality, domestically grown medicinal Hemp strains such as Charlotte’s Web, leading to vast improvements in both potency per dollar spent and overall Cannabinoid profiles.
The owner of this website is a hobby farmer, He has requested to join the Minnesota Industrial Hemp growers pilot program for 2017