Arizona Hemp CBD FAQ
Is hemp CBD oil legal in Arizona?
There are currently no Arizona laws prohibiting the purchase and possession of hemp CBD oil in Arizona. Producing and selling hemp CBD is another story. We’ll get into those topics below.
Is Delta 8 THC, D8 legal in Arizona?
Many U.S. states have regulated, restricted, or banned delta-8 including Arizona. Furthermore, states such as Illinois and Oregon are reviewing their delta-8 rules. And a delta-8 ban in Texas was lifted after a judge temporarily blocked the state from classifying it as a controlled substance.
Still, more than half of U.S. states allow the sale of D8 outside of marijuana dispensaries including Nevada, Ohio, Florida, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Massachusetts.
Can doctors recommend CBD oil?
Marijuana Telemedicine in Arizona
Telemedicine is the use of telephone and video conferencing for medical consultations.
In Arizona, health care practitioners are required to first establish a face-to-face physician-patient relationship.
CBD oil is treating several medical conditions
Since a prescription is not required to purchase hemp CBD oil in Arizona, it can be used to treat a wide variety of illnesses.
Common reasons given for using CBD oil are to improve sleep, to reduce pain, to and to reduce anxiety and depression.
However, there are dozens of additional medical conditions for which CBD has been shown to be effective. Here are several listed below.
- ADD & ADHD
- Addiction & Alcoholism
- ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis)
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Autoimmune Diseases
- Colitis & Crohn’s Disease
- Endocrine Disorders
- Epilepsy & Seizures
- Hair Loss
- Heart Disease
- HIV & AIDS
- Huntington’s Disease (HD)
- Kidney Disease
- Liver Disease
- Mood Disorders
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
- Osteoporosis/Bone Health
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Sickle Cell Anemia
- Skin Conditions
- Sleep Disorders
- Tourette’s Syndrome
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Weight Loss
Where Can I buy CBD oil products online?
Yes, you may purchase hemp CBD products online. Online stores generally carry a wider selection of hemp CBD products than local shops.
Be sure to do your homework, however, as there are a lot of companies trying to cash in on the exploding popularity of hemp CBD oil by producing inferior products. The CBDbay only work with reputable hemp CBD retailers.
What hemp CBD products are available in Arizona?
Some states forbid the sale of smokable hemp flower. Others prohibit CBD vape oils. Currently, however, there are no restrictions on the types of hemp CBD products that may be sold in the state of Arizona.
Where can I buy CBD oil in Arizona?
Specialty stores that sell hemp CBD products have been appearing across the state of Arizona from Tempe, to Phoenix, to Tucson, Scottsdale, Mesa and just about every other city in the state.
Hemp CBD is also commonly sold at health food stores and spas, convenience stores, and even some pet shops.
If you’re a card-carrying medical marijuana patient you can purchase cannabis oils made from both marijuana and hemp at any state-licensed dispensary.
One benefit of purchasing CBD oil at a dispensary is that it ensures that the products have been tested for the presence of pesticides, molds, and other contaminants.
Can I legally grow hemp in Arizona?
A license from the Arizona Agency of Agriculture is required to grow hemp in Arizona. All US citizens may apply for a hemp grower’s license in the state. There are no residency requirements.
Arizona’s hemp program was launched in May 2018. However, it took the state one year to develop regulations. Hemp farmers were officially permitted to grow hemp beginning with the 2019 growing season.
Arizona offers five types of hemp licenses:
- Hemp Grower
- Hemp Harvester
- Hemp Transporter
- Hemp Processor
- Hemp Nursery
There are no limits on the number of licenses.
Check out the links at the end of the article for more information on growing hemp in Arizona.
Is it legal to sell hemp CBD oil in Arizona?
Yes, it is perfectly legal to sell hemp CBD products in Arizona without any special license other than the usual business licensing requirements.