CBD Hemp Flower (23.6% Cannabinoids) - 4oz
You must be 18 and live in any of 40 hemp-friendly American states that have passed laws legalizing hemp to purchase hemp flowers from Nature's Trust and myherbs.net. You will be asked to verify your age at checkout. Laws pertaining to hemp and CBD are in flux. so we will check your state's laws before we ship you purchase. If your state's laws are ambiguous or outright forbid the sale of hemp, we will cancel your order, refund your money and alert you via email.
CBD Hemp Flower 23.9% - 1-oz
23.6% Total Cannabinoids
0.00% Delta-9 THC
So far, more than 40 states have legalized hemp. Some states allow hemp production for research purposes only, while others ban it altogether.
Hemp Laws by State
These states have legalized hemp production for commercial purposes. Updates on hemp production are constantly made, but in these states, you can legally buy hemp-derived products with less than 0.3% THC.
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- Washington State
- West Virginia
Gray States—Unclear Laws; Some Hemp is Allowed
These states have legalized hemp production, but the use of hemp-derived products such as CBD flower and other CBD products are unclear or banned.
- Alabama—hemp is allowed to grow for research purposes under the 2014 Farm Bill and the 2016 Alabama Industrial Hemp Research Program Act. This is until the USDA provides rules and regulations regarding the 2018 Farm Bill. That being said, CBD is legal in Alabama.
- Indiana—growing hemp is legal in Indiana, with the exclusion of hemp flower. As of July 1, 2019, hemp flower became illegal in Indiana. 
- Louisiana—the state legalized hemp farming in June 2019, but banned smokable hemp and limited the sales of CBD. 
- Texas—commercial hemp is legal to grow, but the smokable flower has been banned. 
- Ohio—the proposed Bill to legalize hemp and hemp-derived products, such as CBD, is a currently steps away from passage.
- Delaware—hemp is a commodity in Delaware. However, the state hemp program doesn’t allow cultivation of hemp for commercial purposes in 2019. The state also cannot advise that a market will exist for hemp growers or processors to sell their crop.
- Nebraska—the governor signed the hemp farming act, giving farmers an opportunity to grow hemp. Both CBD and hemp flower shops have started opening in the state. However, the status of hemp-derived products is still uncertain.
States Where Hemp is Illegal to Grow
In these states, the efforts to pass hemp laws that allow commercial hemp farming have failed several times. Commercial hemp is illegal in: