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Introduction: 2018 Farm Bill
In a surprising display of bipartisanship, Republicans and Democrats came together in 2018 to pass the Agriculture Improvement Act, commonly referred to as the “Farm Bill.” It passed by a landslide, passing 369 to 47 in the House and 87 to 13 in the Senate. Prior to the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp fell under the definition of “marijuana” under the Controlled Substance Act (“CSA”) as a Schedule I controlled substance. There was a narrow exception in the CSA that allowed for the growth and sale of hemp if derived from certain parts of the cannabis plant i.e. “mature stalk, fiber, seed oil, seed cake, sterilized seed.” Cannabidiol (“CBD”) is an extract that’s found in abundance in hemp; thus, the importance for suppliers and companies to be familiar with the CSA requirements.
This is all old news now. Under the new Farm Bill, the CSA, and by extension, the Drug Enforcement Administration, is no longer a concern. Now, both hemp and marijuana are only legally distinctive based on the level of THC. Specifically, if there’s more than 0.3% THC in the extract, it’s weed. If there’s less than 0.3%, it’s hemp. In summary, hemp-CBD oil with a THC level less than 0.3% is no longer an illegal substance under CSA, regardless if it came from the seed or stalk of the plant. Product images and/or labels may be different than actual products. Please adhere to product descriptions for accuracy.