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There’s a lot to like about CBD but also plenty of questions for Hawaii residents. Hawaii is an enigma sometimes on what is and isn’t legal, able to be imported and exported from the island, and the legalities surrounding certain products. Let’s figure out what you need to know about CBD including how to find high-quality products miles away from the mainland.
CBD’s legality in Hawaii depends on the source. According to the U.S. Farm Bills of 2014 and 2018, CBD oil is legal nationwide if the CBD is derived from industrial hemp and contains less than 0.3% THC. All Hawaii residents can order, purchase, and consume hemp-based CBD products including CBD oil if they meet the THC threshold.
Hawaii Senate Bill 862 allows for the cultivation, possession, and use for medical marijuana in Hawaii but only when used for a debilitating condition. All medical marijuana patients must be registered with the Hawaii State Department’s Medical Cannabis Registry Program and Medical Cannabis Dispensary Program. CBD oil produced from non-hemp sources, such as cannabis oil, is only allowable for patients enrolled in Hawaii’s medical marijuana program.
CBD oil has become popular due to its potential therapeutic effects without a psychoactive high. All cannabinoids like CBD and THC are believed to work by binding to receptors in our body’s own natural occurring endocannabinoid system. When a cannabinoid binds to your body’s endocannabinoid system, it directs the body to release its own cannabinoids. Your body’s release of cannabinoids is what’s believed to give cannabinoids their therapeutic effects.
NuLeaf Naturals is committed to helping Hawaii residents find high-quality CBD oil even when an ocean separates Hawaii and NuLeaf Naturals. For instant help, Hawaii residents can call our expert team directly at 720-372-4842 or use a store locator to find our products at one of our Hawaii partners. If you know what you want, you can shop our full spectrum CBD products on our website and order today.