Cannabis business is booming and now fully legal in US and Canada. Cannabidiol of CBD is now at the federal level. The logistics of shipping CBD oil and other CBD products shouldn’t hold you back from starting or growing a business.
Shipping CBD allows access to these products for people who line in states where CBD products are hard to find in stores. If you run an eCommerce business that sells CBD oil or other CBD products, your growth prospects are good. The industry is predicted to hit 22 billion in sales by 2022.
WHAT IS CBD?
CBD is present in both marijuana plants and hemp plants. Unlike THC, CBD doesn’t have psychoactive properties. THC is the part of the marijuana plant that causes intoxication.
According to its supporters, CBD has a long list of health benefits. CBD is used to treat anxiety and inflammation.
To date, the most successful pharmaceutical application of CBD is for the treatment of severe forms of childhood epilepsy. A cannabidiol-based anti-seizure medicine is the first cannabis medication to get FDA approval.
WHAT CBD PRODUCTS ARE LEGAL TO SHIP UNDER FEDERAL LAW?
CBD oil has a broad range of applications beyond the medicinal. Manufacturing everything from CBD infused soda to CBD massage oil to CBD gummy bears.
USPS GUIDANCE ON SHIPPING CBD
The UPS Postal Service issued formal guidance on shipping CBD in 2019. CBD products made from industrial hemp are now legal in all 50 states. Per federal law, CBD products must contain 0.3% THC or less to be mailed by USPS