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CBD has spread like wildfire across the country, including in the heartland of Kansas but accurate information on CBD and its uses is lagging. Let’s learn what Kansas residents need to know about CBD, including its legal status and where to find high-quality CBD oil.
In 2018 Kansas Governor Jeff Colyer signed Senate Bill 282, which exempts the cannabinoid CBD from the same classification as marijuana. The bill legalized the cultivation and use of hemp products, and its derivatives include hemp-based CBD oil. CBD products cannot contain any THC per Kansas law.
Most only know it by the letters, but CBD stands for cannabidiol. Cannabidiol is a naturally occurring cannabinoid found in the cannabis family of plants. Cannabinoids like CBD bind to the body’s natural endocannabinoid system to produce its effects. Cannabinoids like THC can produce a psychoactive high but CBD bonds to different receptors that produce similar therapeutic results without a high.
CBD is most often used in CBD oil. CBD oil is a mixture of CBD and a non-toxic carrier oil like avocado oil. CBD oil can be applied topically, ingested with your favorite drink or a snack, or placed under the tongue. How you use CBD oil depends on your preference and what you’re trying to do.
Because of the 2018 Farm Bill, you can find CBD in several places but with no further information or advice to go with it. Luckily for Kansas residents, NuLeaf Naturals has partnered with several Kansas locations to help you find high-quality and third-party tested CBD oil. You can visit one of our Kansas partners for direct help, or if you prefer less interaction, you can purchase CBD oil directly from our website. If you need further help finding the right product or want to learn more about proper use, call our CBD experts 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.