As a result of this Congressional action, CBD derived from industrial hemp, with a THC concentration of not more than 0.3%, can be legally produced, sold, and possessed within the state of Alabama.Marshall noted that his original guidance still applies to marijuana-derived CBD, and any CBD with a THC content of higher than 0.3%. We agree. Kudos to Attorney General Marshall for his important action; he should be commended for his wise decision. We are hopeful that elected and appointed officials and other states will view the import of the 2018 Farm Bill similarly, and help us avoid over-regulation of CBD and other hemp products. And kudos to you for your advocacy. When we educate, we win.
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