CBD Hemp oil is federally legal as long as the THC content is less than 0.3%, it is then classified as Hemp not Marijuana. The 2018 Farm Bill legalized the commercial production of hemp and authorized states to submit state plans to administer hemp programs. On June 10, 2019, House Bill 1325, was signed into law by Governor Greg Abbott. The bill authorizes the production, manufacture, retail sale, and inspection of industrial hemp crops and products in Texas. This also includes products for consumable hemp products which contain cannabidiol (CBD), as well as other edible parts of the hemp plant, so CBD oil is legal in Texas to purchase and use.
CBD oil drops are legal and you do not require a permit or recommendation from your doctor to buy CBD products. It can be purchased online and shipped to your home, anywhere in the USA.
Is CBD Legal or Illegal in Texas?
CBD products are now officially legal in Texas. Citizens of the Lone Star State can buy low-THC CBD products, as it is legal at both state and federal level. Just remember when buying CBD always look out for third-party lab reports which verify the cannabinoid contents of the product and double-check the amount of THC is less than 0.3%.