July 9, 2020

5 things you should know about CBD oil in California 

The popularity of CBD is exploding in California. Here’s why.

From the California Business Journal Newswires.

CBD in California continues to grow in popularity by the day. The state law has gone through some major changes over the last few years, and the hemp derivative is now more accessible than ever before. California was the first state to legalize medical marijuana and is a friendly a place for cannabis and CBD oil.

The non-psychoactive drug found naturally in the cannabis plant has soared in popularity since the 2018 Farm Bill was passed and its apparent benefits. According to users, CBD products can help to relieve pain, lower anxiety, clear skin, and even help smokers to quit.

Unlike cannabis, CBD products contain very little THC, the chemical responsible for creating a ‘high’, and manufacturers selling products over the 0.3% legal limit can face various criminal charges.

Here are five things you should know about CBD in California.

It’s easy to find good quality products

State-licensed dispensaries and shops can be found very easily in California to buy the very best products. It’s important to make sure you’re buying CBD that doesn’t go over the legal amount of THC (0.3%) and licensed stores are the best place to find those products. 

According to the state’s government website, its three licensing authorities have issued over 10,000 commercial licenses to cannabis businesses throughout the state of California since legalization, which allows for the sale of both CBD and marijuana products.

The state has laws on dispensaries

Dispensaries in California have strict guidelines to follow: they should be located at least 600 feet away from any K-12 school or children’s centers, have a license, and be selling within the legal limit of THC. 

CBD users can purchase online, although it is important to carry out extensive research beforehand. CoolThingsChicago can help you find the very best CBD money can buy today.  You can even purchase CBD from Walmart and CVS in California.

Produce ID before buying

Something many CBD users seem to overlook when purchasing CBD is the importance of bringing ID. Providing the store with a valid and legal government ID before purchasing can not only help you to make a purchase in the first place but prevent you from getting into any legal struggles in the future, too. 

There have been recent cases where employees have been accused of smoking cannabis following drug tests, so being able to prove you take CBD is very important.

Basically all types of CBD are sold

All CBD products can be found in California, except in eateries where it remains illegal to sell CBD food and drinks. In fact, pretty much all CBD products are up from grabs in the state, including creams, cosmetics, and tinctures. In recent months California companies were among those recently warned by the FDA regarding their products for selling CBD food, which is against FDA law. 

Despite this, a range of edibles can still be found on the market pretty easily. Whether you want to vape, consume, or apply CBD oil, there’s plenty of options out there. Before vaping CBD, check out CBD Kyro’s guide.

It’s legal to grow cannabis

To keep in line with the state’s laws on consuming hemp products, Californians can legally grow, cultivate, and sell products derived from their cannabis plant. In fact, The Washington Post recently reported that America’s marijuana growers are the best in the world thanks to large-scale operations that are safe and create the very best quality products.

For more info, click here: https://cannabisoffers.net/blog/cannabis-industry-statistics/.


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