Like many retailers, we will be offering our customers a highly-curated selection of topical products like lotions, balms, oils and creams that are infused with hemp-derived CBD.
Hoosiers are able to purchase CBD oil that contains.3% or less of THC, the component of the cannabis plant which causes intoxication.
Cincinnati, OH-Kroger's throughout IN and Kentucky will now be selling CBD or Cannabidiol infused products at their stores, though they did not state which locations have picked up the products.
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Consumer demand for CBD, a non-intoxicating compound found in marijuana and hemp that proponents say can help with a variety of ailments, has spiked since the farm bill passed in December.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has signed a law legalizing hemp production and certain CBD products in the state of Texas.
Local and state governments also have their own regulations.
In December, the USA government made industrial hemp legal.More news: Americans face backlash over biggest women´s World Cup win
CBD sales will be limited to beauty and skin-care products because the FDA does not allow stores to add CBD to food or sell it as a dietary supplement.
The Detroit News says their MI division clarified that Kroger's offerings will have no THC content, which creates the marijuana high.
CBD-infused products will not be available at OH stores due to state regulations prohibiting the sale of hemp-derived CBD products.More news: Square Enix reveals Marvel’s Avengers at E3 2019