Where to Buy CBD Oil in Indiana
You can now buy CBD oil in Indiana, but where?
The Indiana House of Representatives voted unanimously to pass a bill legalizing the production, sale, possession, and consumption of CBD; the non-psychoactive Cannabis compound. The bill passed by a margin of 93 in favor, to zero. Given the political divide on other issues in America, it’s refreshing to see such strong support for Cannabidiol and its benefits.
The bill known as SB-52 was originally drafted with the goal of legalizing hemp extract with “zero” Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content. The bill was later amended to legalize the production, possession, and sale of “low THC” CBD. Per SB-52, low THC CBD is a Cannabis derived extract, from industrial hemp, containing no more than 0.03% THC. The extract also cannot contain other controlled substances, such as synthetic Cannabinoids.
In addition, SB-52 amended the states epilepsy registry mandate for patients with treatment-resistant forms of the disorder. Arguably the most beneficial amendment is the protection it provides for persons who fail a drug-screen as a result of the trace THC amounts in many CBD products. It’s unclear at the moment whether this amendment will protect federal employees.
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Although the bill has passed, there will still be a committee meeting to finalize the bill before receiving Governor Holcomb’s signature. Some refinements to be addressed will be the proper labeling and testing protocols for CBD products. Despite the fact that the bill does not take effect until July 01, 2018; most online CBD retailers are already shipping products to Indiana.
After the landslide victory for CBD users, consumers may be wondering how to get their CBD. Until local dispensaries are licensed to operate, buying CBD online is still the best choice for Indiana residents. Online CBD retailers, such as Lynx CBD, offer direct shipping to Hoosier residences and all CBD products are tested for purity by independent labs.
Testing is vital to CBD in Indiana since consumers can still be penalized for possession of THC rich products. If CBD tests positive for higher than 0.03% Tetrahydrocannabinol, Hoosiers will face a Class A misdemeanor “if: (1) the marijuana is packaged in a manner that appears to be low THC hemp extract; and (2) the person knows or reasonably should know that the product is marijuana.” In addition to lanb results, purchasing from an online CBD retailer has further benefits. Low overhead means the price of CBD online is typically lower than brick-and-mortar locations. Plus, shipping methods allow for discreet and convenient deliveries.