CBD Laws in the US

In the United States, the laws relating to hemp and hemp-derived products are constantly changing. Therefore, you should seek legal advice before selling these products online, as the hosting platforms cannot provide legal advice on what products you can sell and where you can sell them.

Besides, as a customer, you can buy the best CBD products at the online shop Justbob.net and order the best CBD flowers, CBD oils, CBD hash, and other CBD products with the highest European certifications and processes.

And before selling or buying products containing hemp and hemp derivatives, consult and closely follow federal, state, and local laws. Also, follow updates from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Travelers to the United States

Although possession of cannabis is legal in some US States, it is still illegal under US federal law. Therefore, do not attempt to cross the Canada-US border with any amount of cannabis in any form, even if you are travelling to a US state that has legalized cannabis possession.

If you have ever used cannabis or any other substance prohibited by US federal law, you may be denied entry into the United States. In addition, if you are on a business trip related to the cannabis industry, you may also be declared inadmissible there.

US States where cannabis is legal

In America, several states have further relaxed the regulations on cannabis, especially the ones with medical use, due to the Covid pandemic. Some have even legalized possession and consumption. For many years, marijuana has been deemed illegal in only a few US jurisdictions, including Alabama, Wyoming and South Carolina. In Mississippi, medical cannabis was legalized almost two years ago. In some cities like New Orleans, possession of the latter is decriminalized.

Since June 2016, cannabis possession is only been liable to less than a hundred dollars fine. By the end of the same year, cannabis had become more or less legal in about 30 out of 50 states. And one in five legalizes non-medical use for adults. The West Coast states are the most likely to legalize cannabis, but the production, possession, and consumption thresholds are different, making it difficult for federal regulators to do so. The one for recreational use continues to grow. Let’s see together where it is legal in the US today.

  • Colorado

In 2012, along with Washington, Colorado became the first State to allow the recreational use of cannabis. Others later joined its ranks.

  • Illinois and Massachusetts

Any consumer aged 21 and over can obtain cannabis from pharmacies in these States.

  • Washington

Washington, the capital of the United States, was the first to adopt the legalization of the sale of cannabis (up to 28 grams). The decision takes effect at the beginning of 2014. The marketing of weed is then authorized in 24 brands. It is worth noting that today.

  • Le New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon and Alaska

Similar to Colorado and Washington, the state began allowing possession of cannabis in early 2015. However, consumers may possess a maximum of 28 grams for private use.

  • New York

Cannabis for recreational use is legal from the age of 21 in this state with around twenty million inhabitants. New York today even has its Office of Cannabis Management. It manages the market.

  • Virginia

Virginia is the first Southern State to have authorized the cultivation and possession of cannabis for non-medical use. But, it is a question for the moment of holding a small quantity of it and of cultivating some seedlings.

  • Columbia

In the District of Columbia, the legalization of marijuana was approved by referendum.

  • Massachusetts

Towards the end of 2016, Massachusetts, along with Maine and Nevada, also approved the legalization of cannabis for recreational use by referendum. Note that North Dakota, Arkansas, and Florida only authorized its therapeutic use at the same time.

  • California

In November 2016, California began allowing anyone over 21 to possess up to 28.5 grams of cannabis. Consumers can also discreetly own 6 marijuana plants in this State.

A controlled distribution has also been effective since the beginning of 2018. On the other hand, driving under the influence of narcotics remains prohibited. Smoking in public also exposes you to a fine of around one hundred dollars.

CBD: An annual market of 25 billion dollars by 2030?

According to forecasts by Quince Market Insight, a renowned Indian market research firm, the global CBD trade in 2021 is expected to reach $2.7 billion once again. Still, according to the study organization, this same market should reach between 2021 and 2030 a growth of 51% compared to today, or more than 25 billion dollars. However, other organizations, such as The Grand View Research, are a bit more cautious about these predictions. The latter announced a growth of 21.2% by 2028.

North America (the United States/Canada) remains the leading player in this global business and collects more than 37% of the income produced each year thanks to the CBD industry. However, as specified in an article concerning the CBD market in Europe, the European Union capitalizes on 32% of these shares.

The ever-increasing interest of the world population in CBD should not stop here soon and its market could have long and many happy days ahead of it. For more specific information on any of our products (available here) or CBD in general, JustBob.net remains at your entire disposal.

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