Yes, CBD oil is legal to buy and sell in Arizona. CBD oil derived from hemp doesn’t even require a prescription or medical marijuana card – it is even being sold at gas stations. More about why you need to know your CBD source here.
Hemp Legalization in Arizona. In 2014, President Barack Obama signed The Farm Bill of 2014, which legalized the research and cultivation of industrial hemp at the federal level. At this time, interest in hemp began to grow as more and more research began to appear, revealing the many uses and benefits of this non-psychoactive form of the cannabis plant. However, the law still allowed for state and local governments to impose their own restrictions on the use of hemp.
In May 2018, when Governor Doug Ducey signed SB 1098, that the cultivation and usage of industrial hemp became legal in Arizona. The Arizona Department of Agriculture requires anyone growing, transporting, harvesting, or processing hemp is required to obtain a license.
Products derived from hemp, including CBD oil, are legal in Arizona as long as the CBD is derived from legally harvested hemp containing no more than 0.3% THC, and that it comes from the mature stalks, oil, stalk fiber, or sterilized seeds of the hemp plant.
High quality legal hemp derived CBD is available at the CBD Store AZ and online here.