State Law is RespectedEach State controls Cannabidiol differently. In Mississippi, where Rx-420 is headquartered, the compound is legalized by the Mississippi Code.
MS § 41-29-113. Schedule I of controlled substancesNumber 31 on the list is the naturally occurring compound, THC, or Tetrahydrocannabinol. This is the chemical in cannabis that makes people high. Specifically, it says:
“(31) Tetrahydrocannabinols, meaning tetrahydrocannabinols contained in a plant of the genus Cannabis (cannabis plant), as well as the synthetic equivalents of the substances contained in the cannabis plant, or in the resinous extractives of such plant…”
It goes on a bit defining THC, and stating that the substance is illegal.
Then, very progressively, Mississippi specifically legalized the remainder of the 130+ other compounds found in the amazing cannabis plant by stating this:
"HOWEVER, THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTS ARE EXEMPTED FROM CONTROL: (V) PROCESSED CANNABIS PLANT EXTRACT, OIL OR RESIN WITH A MINIMUM RATIO OF TWENTY-TO-ONE CANNABIDIOL TO TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL (20:1 CANNABIDIOL AND DILUTED SO AS TO CONTAIN AT LEAST FIFTY (50) MILLIGRAMS OF CANNABIDIOL PER MILLILITER, WITH NOT MORE THAN TWO AND ONE-HALF (2.5) MILLIGRAMS OF TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL PER MILLILITER;
THC must be kept below these explicit maximum fraction specified. All other cannabis or “hemp” extracts are not a controlled substance in the State of Mississippi.
State Law Varies! Check your Local Laws & OrdinancesThe CBD extracts we recommend are derived from all natural, organic, non-GMO industrial Hemp. You can be sure that vendors we work with stay well inside the limits of the law, always erring on the side of caution, and will never risk jeopardizing your liberty or property.
In some states, like Louisiana, only CBD Isolate is legal. The THC must be extracted leaving only the other Cannabinoids. This process often removes the natural terpene flavonoids.
Other states, like Iowa, require a doctor's prescription for CBD.