Palm Organix™ is passionate about quality and lab tests not once, but twice to ensure they do not contain THC. At the same time, we are also testing to make sure during hemp production, there are never any other harmful pesticides, metals, contaminants etc. Our hemp derived CBD Products are truly best in class and rigorously tested to ensure our customers receive the finest Hemp derived CBD available in the marketplace under Federal Law.
Some states across the US have not been as accepting of this federal law as others. Thus, CBD regulations tend to differ from state to state. Because of this, many people are left wondering if CBD is legal in their home state. Today, let’s focus on New Jersey CBD and its laws.
A few years ago, the US government passed the 2018 Farm Bill. This bill outlined the benefit of hemp cultivation, allowing farmers to grow hemp plants for personal and financial gain as long as they follow strict guidelines. For example, these hemp plants cannot contain more than 0.3% THC; otherwise, they are federally illegal. Plants can have varying amounts of CBD because that chemical compound is not psychoactive. We cannot say the same for THC, which is why it is much more harshly regulated than CBD.
Become a Palm Organix™ CBD Wholesaler in NJ!
Since 2018 the Palm Organix CBD Wholesale team has worked with many health professionals and retailers that wanted to provide only the best tinctures, CBD gummies, topicals and other products to their customers in New Jersey. Whether you are in Jersey City or Red Bank, we look forward to helping you grow your CBD business and are here to help you answer any questions you may have when it comes to selling Hemp Oil / CBD to your customers in New Jersey or in your online store.
You can get started today by placing your wholesale order for our CBD supplements online with a special code you will be provided upon approval of your CBD wholesale account. All Palm Organix wholesale CBD orders ship for free and within 1 business day so you will have your CBD supplements quickly and can start selling right away at your health food store or doctor’s office in New Jersey.
So, what are you waiting for? Head on over to Palm Organix website and pick out all of the products that appeal to you and your health. Once you make an order, we’ll take care of the rest. Before you know it, your brand-new CBD NJ products will be waiting for you on you front step, ready for you to enjoy. Start shopping today!
Do you own a medical practice, physical therapy facility, gym, spa, or a health and wellness center? Are you interested in improving the health and well being of your clients in a safe and natural substances? Do you have clients asking you about CBD oil but you do not know where to send them for a trusted CBD oil supplier? What if you could provide all these amazing CBD benefits to your clients and at the same time capitalize on the rapidly growing wholesale CBD Tincture, Softgel and Gummy market. Palm Organix™ is seeking entrepreneurial individuals to carry our Premium Line of CBD products. We also provide white label options for our CBD oil products, we are not responsible for the brand logo.
There are no possession limits in New Jersey when it comes to hemp-derived CBD, but there is for medical patients using marijuana-derived CBD. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps
Intentional attempts to skirt the law would be referred to state and federal law enforcement agencies. Hemp products, including CBD, may be transported out and into the state, provided the out-of-state CBD was produced from industrial hemp and not marijuana plants. New Jersey has submitted its plan to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and it awaits approval. NJ A5322 specifically states that individuals may still grow hemp in the state if USDA doesn’t approve the state’s plan as long as the grower complies with federal statutes.
To meet federal legal criteria, CBD oil must contain no more than 0.3 percent THC. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps
Where to buy CBD in New Jersey
The state passed NJ A1330 in November 2018, adopting the same standard as the federal government, requiring industrial hemp to contain .3% or less THC by weight and setting up a pilot program that was eventually replaced by the subsequent passage of NJ A5322.
CBD is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid found in cannabis. After tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD) is the second-most abundant cannabinoid in the plant, and has many potential therapeutic benefits, including anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-anxiety and seizure-suppressant properties. CBD can be sourced from both marijuana plants and hemp plants, which are legal in most countries as they contain minuscule amounts of THC.
While the 2018 Farm Bill did legalize hemp, its production, and the sale of any product derived from it, including CBD, it’s still highly regulated. The bill allows some states to make their own rules for CBD cultivation and sale. States may regulate CBD in food, beverages, dietary supplements, and other products while waiting for final FDA rules.
New Jersey completely decriminalized hemp and requires a license to grow or process this agricultural commodity. The New Jersey Department of Agriculture is in charge of licensing and regulations, and the New Jersey Hemp Program was among the first three states to be approved by the US Department of Agriculture.