While cannabis has been an area of concern as far as what’s legal and what isn’t, CBD has been cleared for usage in all 50 states. However, the CBD must be derivative of industrial grown hemp and must have a THC content of less than .03 percent. This narrows the amount of suppliers who are creating CBD products, and benefits those who can grow hemp with serious quality control.
As a consumer, this is important as you do not want to purchase a product that is not industrially grown or sold by an unaccredited supplier. Hemp has the ability to absorb toxins from the soil, and for those who are growing hemp without strict conditions in place, the CBD you consume may contain harmful substances. If you are going to explore using CBD, you should only be purchasing it from a trusted supplier, or you can obtain a CBD prescription from your doctor, which would be considered medical grade.