Restricted Sales

This page is to provide information for customers to better understand current state Restrictions and Prohibitions:

Sale of any form of hemp/CBD products: 

- Idaho, Iowa, Nebraska, and North Dakota.

Banned sale of edibles: 

- Maine, New York, North Carolina, and Ohio.

Other Restrictions and Prohibitions:

  • Indiana

Prohibited: Smokable CBD Flower

  • Kentucky

Prohibited: Hemp cigarettes: hemp cigars; chew, dip, smokeless material consisting of hemp leaf material or hemp floral material; and hemp leaf material or floral material teas

  • New Hampshire

Guideline issued by the New Hampshire Liquor Commission in 2018 and revised in June 2019 states that Hemp-CBD may not be added to foods or alcohol products in New Hampshire

  • Texas

The sale and marketing of Hemp CBD foods and cosmetics is allowed so long as these products meet specific testing and labeling requirements. However, the definition of “consumable hemp product” does not include smokable products. HB 1325 expressly prohibits the processing and manufacture of products “containing hemp for smoking.” “Smoking” is defined as “burning or igniting a substance and inhaling the smoke or heating a substance and inhaling the resulting vapor or aerosol.”

  • Vermont

CBD cannot be combined with meat or dairy; maple syrup has its own rules.

 

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