Despite the fact that cannabidiol and CBD-containing drugs are not pharmaceutical, the law imposes certain restrictions on the ability to buy this biologically active supplement. First of all, we are talking about age restrictions. The age at which you can purchase CBD depends on the specific state. It also takes into account the form of the CBD-containing product. Most states have an age limit for people under the age of 18. In some states, the age barrier is raised to 21. In those states where the sale of CBD-containing drugs, including CBD oil, is legal, the seller of the store may require you to show proof that you are 18 years old at the time of purchase. Online stores also carry out age verification of buyers.
If you plan to purchase CBD in recreational dispensaries, your age should be 21+ years. The seller may make additional requirements if you want to buy CBD in a medical cannabis dispensary. If a patient buys a CBD-containing product that also contains tetrahydrocannabinol, then the age requirements will be even more stringent.