Knowing the legality of hemp products can be problematic.  While CBD with less than 0.03% is federally legal, each state has its own hemp regulations that can affect the possession of CBD, cannabis, and other hemp products.  Iowa has a few hemp and cannabis regulations. It is important to understand which rules applies to the type of hemp product you need.

CBD in Iowa

Iowa follows the pattern of many Midwestern states concerning its history of hemp.  After Kentucky industrial hemp crops, Iowa began growing industrial hemp in the 1910s.  After being outlawed just a couple decades later, Iowa made exceptions during World World Two for hemp crops with a federal license.  With the Controlled Substances Act in 1970,  cannabis and hemp became illegal to grow or possess. The Iowa Hemp act and the 2018 federal farm bill allowed for CBD to be legal to sell, purchase, and posses.

Iowa CBD Regulations

Iowa allows for CBD with less than 0.03% of THC to be sold and possessed for use.  Delta 8 Products are not legal for possession in this state.  Delta 9 products are legal only for medical purposes and require a physician’s prescription.  Iowa’s medicinal marijuana or hemp has caused some confusion as the term mCBD is used.  This is cannabidiol with THC levels higher than 0.03% which is only legal for medical reasons.

When searching for quality CBD products, 502 Hemp creates CBD products with organic industrial hemp.  If a product contains THC, there is no more than 0.03% of THC.  Our CBD products are third party tested.  With little regulations on CBD products, quality, and integrity is crucial for your success in using CBD products.  Learn more about 502 Hemp CBD products.