CBD oil, a cannabis-derived product often praised for its medicinal qualities, still confuses a lot of people.
What is CBD oil?
For instance, is CBD oil legal in Indiana? It is — at least in normal doses.
Is CBD oil legal in Indiana?
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In Indiana, it is legal for any person to buy, sell and possess CBD oil products as long as it doesn’t contain more than 0.3 percent THC. The products must meet certain labeling requirements and have QR codes that link to the ingredients.
But CBD flower won’t get users high because it’s so low in THC.
“It’s not necessarily cause to sue the police because based on their training experience, they had probable cause to arrest you and in most cases they’re immune from civil liability,” Chambers said.
A representative from Botanacor Services, an industrial hemp and CBD testing lab in Denver, said CBD flower is no different than a marijuana flower except for the percentage of THC, which is typically 0.3 percent or less.
Can I get in trouble for having CBD flower?
“Different delivery methods give different results,” Herman Barclay, co-owner of Indy CBD Plus in Indianapolis, said. “Vaping or smoking the product gets it into the lungs faster than anything else. and there’s zero waste.”
CBD flower is used for the same reasons people purchase other types of CBD products.
The police officer pulled the cap off a bottle filled with clumps of a dried, green leafy substance.
What is CBD flower?
Why do cops say it’s cannabis?
It is known as CBD flower. In a press conference on Feb. 15, officials warned that anyone in possession of the product could potentially get in trouble with the law, even if the product is within the legal 0.3 percent THC limit for CBD products.