Cannabidiol, or CBD, is currently in a gray zone of legality. The Drug Enforcement Administration maintains that CBD is illegal since it's derived from cannabis, but the Food and Drug Administration approved a CBD prescription drug — the first of its kind to be legally sold in the US — in June, per the New York Times.
In many parts of the country, CBD exists in a legal gray zone. CBD, derived from hemp, is legal in the US, but under specific conditions.
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Though 11 states and Washington, D.C., have legalized recreational marijuna, this version of cannabis remains federally illegal and classified as a schedule 1 drug by the Drug Enforcement Administration. " Hemp," by contrast, cannot legally contain more than 0.3 percent THC.
CBD can only be produced for medical use in Hawaii by registered patients and licensed dispensaries, and cannot be exported to other states because it is not FDA-approved for interstate marketing.
While there is no federal law prohibiting the sale of CBD products specifically to minors, it is widely believed that FDA and states will inevitably limit sales of CBD products to only adults.