The Indiana legislature legalized low-THC CBD oil in March 2018. So what does that mean?
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One stand was selling CBD-infused dog treats. Another was selling CBD-infused beard oil. Lip balm. Ice cream. Botanicals. Bath salts.
They were among dozens of vendors at the Indianapolis Marriott East selling CBD oil or products infused with the cannabis cousin. Those selling CBD products at the CBD expo lauded the substance’s health benefits, but some scientists question whether or not it does the things many believe it does.
CBD, or cannabidiol, is one of many compounds found in the cannabis sativa plant. It is extracted from the hemp variety, which has no or only trace amounts of THC, the psychoactive compound that produces the mind-altering “high” associated with marijuana.
What we know: CBD oil and how it can be legally used in Indiana