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Missouri residents have likely heard about the CBD craze that has swept the nation in recent years. But many questions remain around what CBD is, what benefits it offers, and what regulations are currently in place to protect consumers. Let’s discuss everything you need to know about CBD in Missouri.
A cannabis plant may contain hundreds of phytochemicals, including more than 100 types of cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and other active compounds. Among these cannabinoids, the most widely known include THC, the psychoactive compound that produces an intoxicating high, and CBD, also known as cannabidiol. CBD offers potential relief to a wide range of physical and mental ailments but without the high of other cannabis- or hemp-derived products with higher levels of THC.
The 2018 U.S. Farm Bill legalized the production of industrialized hemp, which comes from the same cannabis plant used for medical and recreational cannabis products. To remain within federal guidelines, these hemp plants can only contain trace amounts of THC or less than 0.3 percent. CBD oil and other products derived from industrial hemp plants thereby became legal, as long as the product maintains a level of THC below 0.3 percent
More research is needed to scientifically confirm many of the anecdotal benefits of CBD. But the rapid progress of cannabis and hemp legislation and the current momentum behind CBD oil and other products means continued growth for this new industry – including in the Missouri market.
Similar to the 2018 Farm Bill on the federal level, the Missouri state legislature passed a bill in 2018 regarding industrial hemp. Per state regulations, industrial hemp that contains a THC level of less than 0.3 percent of the psychoactive ingredient THC is exempt from the definition of cannabis and the state list of controlled substances.
Where there remains a gray area for CBD in Missouri is that this state law is unclear as to how this provision applies to CBD oil and other products. Sources of CBD include both industrialized hemp and cannabis, as different variations of the same plant. Without stricter enforcement of product testing and labeling regulations, Missouri consumers may not always know what their CBD products actually contain, particularly in terms of levels of THC, CBD, and other cannabinoids.
Now that CBD is legal on the state and federal level for Missouri residents, local consumers can find CBD oil and other products at a wide range of wellness practitioners and retail outlet locations, such as pharmacies, massage therapists, natural food stores, and smoke and vape shops. Click here for an online interactive retail store map featuring these types of retail locations and more where you can find NuLeaf Naturals CBD oil products.
If you’d rather place an order online and have it shipped to your home or another desired address, click here to place your order for CBD oil in Missouri, delivered right to your door.
Have questions or concerns regarding anything from CBD oil and assorted products to labeling and regulations? At NuLeaf Naturals, our informed and friendly staff are prepared to assist you by phone at 720-372-4842 any time between 9 AM and 5 PM Mountain Standard time.