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CBD oil has become quite popular in Connecticut, but there’s plenty of misinformation and questions surrounding CBD and its benefits. Let’s learn what you need to know about CBD in Connecticut, including local regulations, what to look for, and how you can use CBD oil.
In 2015 Connecticut passed House Bill 5780, legalizing production and consumption of industrial hemp. The bill also excluded hemp-derived CBD products from controlled substances under Connecticut State Law.
CBD oil produced from cannabis strains other than industrial hemp or containing more than 0.3 % THC is only legal for Connecticut residents enrolled in the state’s medical marijuana program.
The cannabis plant is full of more than 100 unique types of cannabinoids. Cannabinoids are naturally occurring compounds that may have therapeutic effects when consumed. Some cannabinoids like THC are used for psychoactive effects, but CBD is becoming the cannabinoid of choice for its therapeutic effects without the high.
Unlike other members of the cannabis family, hemp-derived CBD oil contains a tiny percentage of THC (less than 0.3%.) Though there is not enough THC in hemp for any psychoactive effects, there is enough CBD for therapeutic effects.
There are three main ways to consume CBD oil, depending on preference and reason for use. You can apply CBD topically, ingest it with any food or drink, or drop CBD oil under the tongue. You can try different methods of CBD oil to find what works best for you.
Because CBD oil from industrial hemp has been legal in Connecticut since 2015, you can find numerous products at a wide variety of retailers. That’s good news for Connecticut residents, but the bad news is CBD oil has become so popular that it can be difficult to differentiate between high-quality products and those looking to make a quick buck from CBD’s soaring popularity.
NuLeaf Naturals offers legal full spectrum and lab-verified CBD oil across the nation, including to Connecticut residents. If you live in Connecticut, you can use our retail locator to find a location near you, use our website to order, or if you want to know more about full spectrum CBD contact us directly at 720-372-4842.
CBD oil is federally legally so long as it contains less than 0.3% THC, as mandated by the 2018 Farm Bill. It may not be legal at a state, county, or local level. Check your local laws and regulations before buying CBD oil.
This guide may not be up to date on the current legislation at the state or local level. We recommend you do your research to understand the legalities surrounding CBD oil where you live.