Michigan has a surprising amount of rules and regulations surrounding CBD. In 2019, the state announced that they were to enact the Michigan Industrial Hemp Research and Development Act. This act defined hemp-derived cannabis similarly to the 2018 Farm Bill, but it also outlined a new state hemp licensing program.
Like many other states across the country, MI does not have any possession limits put in place for Michigan CBD. That’s right: you have access to as much CBD oil Michigan as you need, just as long as it is hemp-derived or contains less than 0.3% THC. Michigan does have possession limits for cannabis-derived Michigan CBD, but that is a different story (one for recreational or medical patients).
CBD Oil Michigan: Rules and Regulations
Over the last 2 years Palm Organix CBD Wholesale experts have worked with many stores and health professionals that look to provide only the best CBD tinctures, gummies and other products to their customers in Michigan. We look forward to working with you grow you CBD Oil business and are here to help you answer all you questions that you may have when it comes to providing CBD Oil to your customers in Michigan or in your online store.
We know, we know: this seems like a lot of information. But, don’t worry! As long as you stick to Michigan CBD oil with less than 0.3% THC — and you don’t try to grow hemp without a license — you will be just fine.
When it comes to choosing a wholesale CBD manufacturer to stock your shop or doctor’s office in Michigan it is important to work with a leader in the CBD industry like Palm Organix.
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From the Marijuana Regulatory Agency:
Michigan Offers Guidance on CBD and Industrial Hemp
Questions regarding marijuana should be directed to MRA:
From the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development: