Cannabidiol or CBD oil is a substance typically made from hemp, which many people believe has various medicinal and therapeutic properties. While it does contain a very small amount of THC, it is not intended to provide a “high” to the people who use it. Because of its low THC levels, there has been disagreement over any cannabis products being treated the same, including CBD oil. However, recent changes in the law mean that CBD oil is no longer regarded to be marijuana under Michigan law. This means that CBD oil and other products derived from hemp are no longer regulated under Michigan Medical Marijuana regulations. A medical marijuana card isn’t required to purchase CBD oil, but can a business sell CBD oil?
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Is It Illegal to Sell CBD Oil in Michigan?