According to Weedmaps, in April 2018, the state of Alaska enacted Senate Bill 6, which authorized the state to move forward with the development of its hemp pilot program. The bill defines industrial hemp as any part of the cannabis plant with a concentration of less than 0.3% THC. Although Alaska's definition of industrial hemp pre-dated the 2018 Farm Bill, it is in alignment with the current federal definition.
Alaska CBD Laws
Following the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, the state of Alaska has proposed regulations surrounding hemp and hemp-derived CBD products. While the regulations were proposed in May 2019, they have yet to be finalized or adopted as law. The Department of Natural Resources will oversee the cultivation of industrial hemp and production of industrial hemp products in Alaska.
According to a state document, until the final regulations have been adopted, the growth, production, cultivation, marketing, or sale of industrial hemp remains illegal. The Alaska Department of Law Consumer Protection Unit has additionally released a statement declaring that the sale of CBD products in Alaska has not been authorized.
The proposed regulations stipulate that all industrial hemp products undergo a cannabinoid potency test to determine cannabinoid concentrations. Industrial hemp products cannot make any health, medical, or therapeutic claims on their labels.
Is Hemp Legal in Alaska?
Yes it is, Hemp is Legal in Alaska you can see the laws here
Is CBD Oil Legal in Alaska?
Yes it is, CBD oil is legal in Alaska, you can see the laws here
Is Hemp Flower Legal in Alaska?
Yes it is, hemp flower is legal in Alaska, you can see the laws here
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