Hemp-derived cannabinoids (including CBD) are not a controlled substance or adulterant. This means that pure CBD and THC-free full-spectrum extracts can be sold in the state.
As defined by the law, “hemp extract” is “a substance or compound intended for ingestion that is derived from or contains hemp and that does not contain other controlled substances.” This definition translates into excluding categories of existing CBD end-user products such as cosmetics.
However, the FDACS has warned that “the CBD products being sold in Florida are unregulated, untested and without standards on what consumers are putting into their bodies. There have been reports of falsely advertised products containing harmful additives and little or no CBD.”
The hemp plant definition
Hemp is defined in Florida as “the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of that plant, including the seeds thereof, and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers thereof, whether growing or not, that has a total delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration that does not exceed 0.3 per cent on a dry-weight basis”.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Executive Summary
2 Hemp Plant
4 Finished Products
5 Medicinal Cannabis
6 Recreational Cannabis
7 Import and Export Requirements
8 Relevant Laws
9 Relevant Bodies
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