RALEIGH, NC (WBTV) – Governor Pat McCrory signed North Carolina’s CBD oil bill late Thursday afternoon. There was no fanfare, no press release, and no major announcement. HB 766 is law. This means CBD.
Claims about CBD’s effects range from easing anxiety to treating cancer. Marijuana is illegal in North Carolina, and so is hemp if it contains too much THC. CBD had seemed to exist in a gray area, and.
North Carolina. The facility, which is North America’s largest, is able to process hemp for industrial products as well as other cultivars grown for their CBD-rich flowers. Prior to joining Industrial.
State law passed in 2015 allows the use of CBD oil.
but Florida is the only Southern state that allows it. North Carolina is among 14 states that allow CBD oil for limited medical purposes. There.
As the North Carolina State Police told the state legislature there.
to remove unprocessed hemp products from their stores. Another area of the law regarding CBD that needs clarification is its use.
who have “adulterated” foods with CBD (though a law pending in the California legislature could permit sales statewide). States banning CBD in food include Ohio, Maine, North Carolina, and South.