Some states have limitations on CBD products

While resting in the checkout line at the store, a random stranger handed me her dealer card.

At first, I was caught off-guard because she didn’t explain what she did or why she was handing me her card… Not to mention that I wasn’t able to tell the nature of her dealer from the card that she handed to me! So, naturally, I asked him about it, and she proceeded to tell me that she sells CBD products, but she went down the list of items that she sold, which range from edibles to vapes, to CBD oils, topicals, and more.

I was a bit skeptical about this operation, especially since CBD products have limitations in our state. Based on the rules, I can legally purchase CBD products that have less than 0.3% of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the compound that is responsible for the high, then for the products that are sold with higher levels of THC that are used medically, I will need to have a medical marijuana card. These limitations vary from state to state, some states have less limitations on what you can or can’t purchase. Anyway, there was no physical address on the dealer card that the woman handed to me, it was just a website and a phone number. Now, I can be a gullible person, where I will trust someone without giving it a second thought, however there were so several red flags that went up for me, especially after she got annoyed when I asked him about her store. Needless to say, I didn’t visit the online store because something didn’t feel right. In fact, I tossed the card in the garbage after I checked out.


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