Each state sets its own laws on hemp and CBD product.  While federally legal, CBD with 0.3% of THC isn’t always legal in each state. Whether a resident or a traveler, you need to know the specifics on legality with CBD, marijuana, and hemp.

CBD in Nevada

Earlier laws like the passing of 1937 Marihuana Tax Act effectively criminalized cannabis.  The 1970s and the war on drugs in the 1980s furthered the criminalization of cannabis and hemp.  Over time, states began to research hemp and reclassify low THC hemp as industrial hemp.  Nevada was one of the earlier states to define hemp, industrial hemp, and research cannabis.  SB305 was passed in 2015 officially authorizing the research of hemp.  This followed the 2014 Federal farm bill that allowed for hemp research across the United States.

 CBD & Hemp Regulations

CBD is considered legal in Nevada as long there are no medical claims, not combined with other food, and contains no more than 0.3% of THC.  Nevada does not have crystal clear laws on CBD other than testing and labeling on products as found in SB209. Delta 8 hemp products are legal as well.  Recreational cannabis is legal for persons over 21 with stipulations over amounts carried at a time and it cannot be used while driving.

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. CBD You can find clear and honest labeling at 502 Hemp with a Certificate of Analysis available.