According to the 2018 Farm Bill, it’s legal to sell hemp-derived CBD anywhere in the U.S. Why then are drivers being arrested and fined for carrying CBD products? The answer is, the legality of interstate commerce is still a grey matter.
The FDA has not yet provided clear regulations on CBD, and the interstate commerce of hemp. Furthermore, some state officials have made it clear that they don’t want the products coming across their border. But the Farm Bill states that hemp can be legally sold, so long as it contains no more than 0.3% THC and is produced under a federal or state regulatory program.
For this reason, we recommend taking extreme caution when transporting CBD seed or clones across state lines. Not only is it a good idea to research local laws and seek the advice of a lawyer, but you should also make sure that you have the right documentation.
Here are some of the documents that you may need for transporting CBD seed or clones across state lines:
When transporting CBD seed or clones, it’s a good idea to avoid states that aren’t hemp-friendly. These states include Idaho, Nebraska, and South Dakota. Regardless of where you’re shipping to, it’s important to check state laws before transporting your seed or clones anywhere.
CBD Seed Co. is happy to help you obtain all the documents you need. Call today to get more information.