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Shipping or Mailing CBD Oil
The cannabis industry has exploded in recent years – and its rapid growth and popularity have begged many questions about legality. Questions like: Is shipping CBD oil legal? Is it legal to buy CBD oil online? Can you mail CBD oil? All of these questions are on the minds of producers, manufacturers and distributors of CBD oils and products. To be frank, cannabis oil shipping may be one of the most widely misunderstood topics in the eCommerce industry today.
If you’re selling and shipping CBD oil, it’s important to understand that misinformation is rampant. It can be confusing for distributors – but since the potential for industry growth shows no sign of slowing, it’s worth looking more into the matter. You may be wondering – will there really be that much growth? Experts say yes! Check out these stats from The National Institute of Drug Abuse’ National Survey on Drug Use and Health: Trends in Prevalence of Marijuana – the results from the survey show industry growth will indeed continue, so now is the time to start wading through all that confusing shipping-chatter out there.
- The North American cannabis industry is expected to have a worth of $16 billion (yes, that’s with a “B”) by 2020. And that number skyrockets to $80 billionby 2030.
- It’s forecasted that revenue generated by CBD alone will reach $1 billion per year by 2021.
Along with this popularity, the natural trend of online sales is sure to continue to grow as well. Keep in mind, this isn’t “pot” we’re talking about. CBD is a legal substance with minuscule to no amounts of THC. The sales of cannabis products fall into two separate categories: CBD- and THC-related products. So, what’s the difference?
What’s the Difference between CBD and THC
Cannabis is the plant that cannabidiol (CBD) and Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are both derived from. While CBD and THC both come from the same plant, they couldn’t be more different in terms of how they affect the body and mind. The easiest way to think about CBD and THC is this:
CBD – is the non-psychoactive component of the cannabis plant. It cannot get you high, and is legal in most states, over the counter supplement with reported health benefits. It’s frequently used in supplements and food. CBD oil is made by extracting CBD from a cannabis plant and diluting it with what’s known as a carrier oil. Popular carrier oils are hemp seed and coconut oils. Some people use CBD oil for:
- pain/inflammation relief
- reduced anxiety/depression
- relaxation or stress relief
THC – is the psychoactive cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant. It can get you high and is illegal or controlled across much of the country. When you use a THC-based product, it’s theTHC that actually gets you “high.” THC can be extracted from the plant and turned into a concentrate, and it’s known to:
- alter senses (smell, hearing, sight, taste)
- increase hunger
- create a relaxed/fatigued feeling
- reduce aggression
The Legality of CBD
Is CBD legal? Sort of. It’s a complicated, somewhat convoluted topic.
CBD’s legality depends on a number of factors. It is legal, but that status can vary state to state and federally. One of the determining factors for legality (or not) is whether the CBD is derived from hemp or marijuana. Hemp is a legal plant; marijuana is not. Marijuana has a high THC-content (remember: THC is psychoactive and has mind-altering properties) and is federally illegal in most places.
There are some important points to keep in mind, though. The recent passing of the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 changed the classification of hemp from a Schedule I substance to an “agricultural commodity,” paving the way for hemp and hemp-derived substances to be bought and sold legally. It’s also worth pointing out that the DEA recently reclassified some CBD (with a THC content –>
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With the growth of the cannabis industry, many wonder if shipping or mailing cbd oil is legal or not. Read more on this topic from ShipCalm!