Michigan Hints At Crackdown On CBD Products

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The state of Michigan released an advisory bulletin today about CBD infused products. It raises some questions about many products currently on the shelves of not just dispensaries, but many grocery stores, health food stores, gas stations, and more.

It states that “The possession, purchase, or sale of marihuana or any marihuana product – including CBD – must be done in compliance with the MMMA and MMFLA. ” and then continues on to outline that hemp derived products are only allowed for research purposes. “Any possession or transfer of industrial hemp – or any product claimed to be “hemp”-related – must be done in compliance with Michigan’s Industrial Hemp Research Act.”

The bulletin is unclear about exactly what the state is expecting, but it seems to imply that CBD products will need to be sold only through the state ‘seed-to-sale’ system, just like other cannabis derived products.

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