There is no specific law in Oklahoma stating that hemp CBD oil is legal for non-medically qualified patients. Moreover, Oklahoma recently passed a medical marijuana program that allows qualified patients to purchase and use cannabis CBD oil from licensed dispensaries.
But where CBD oil really shines is scalp health. "It's regenerative for the skin, so it helps the scalp maintain necessary things to keep it healthy, like good blood circulation and quelling dandruff and sore or irritated hair follicles." It's even been shown to stimulate hair growth, according to doctors.
The new law combined with the clarification, in effect, implied that hemp farmers must undergo a licensing regimen as strict as that under which medical cannabis licenses are obtained in Portugal. But INFARMED seems to be washing its hands of hemp.
No CBD products have been FDA-approved to treat cancer or symptoms of cancer, or to ease side effects of cancer treatment. On the other hand, two marijuana-based drugs have been approved to treat nausea and vomiting caused by chemotherapy.
And some of those people can be found in Oklahoma, where our fellow Americans are buying and smoking flower —from hemp plants. That's $280 an ounce for hemp flowers with less than 0.3 percent THC. Any more THC, and it's no longer legal to sell outside of a regulated dispensary.