In addition to the federal hemp laws laid out in the 2018 Farm Bill, each state has its own state hemp laws. Before we dive in on Oklahoma Hemp Laws and the legality of CBD in Oklahoma, it is important to understand the different types of hemp and CBD products that these laws may be applied to.
There are many (somewhat confusing) terms for hemp oil:
- Isolate or THC-Free Hemp Oil has only CBD and all other plant compounds have been removed, THC is undetectable. Pure CBD Isolate can also be purchased in powder form.
- Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil has all plant compounds, including less than 0.3% THC.
- Broad-Spectrum Hemp Oil has undetectable THC, but contains other plant compounds.
- PCR (Phytocannabinoid-Rich) Hemp Oil with Zero-THC is a new marketing term for broad-spectrum hemp oil.
- CBG Hemp Oil is a hemp oil from a cannabigerol (CBG) rich hemp strain that has more CBG than is found in CBD Hemp Oil.
- Hemp Flower is the dried and harvested flower of the hemp plant. It can be used whole or extracted to make CBD isolate, Full-Spectrum CBD, or Broad-Spectrum CBD (PCR Hemp Oil).
FAQ: Hemp and CBD Legality in Oklahoma
Is Full Spectrum CBD Legal in Oklahoma?
That is a trick question because full-spectrum CBD is not the same as the so-called PCR Hemp Oil! This new marketing term is certainly introducing even more confusion around CBD products.
Oklahoma hemp laws are not overly specific about what CBD products can be bought and sold in Oklahoma. They do have some additional labeling requirements, but overall Oklahoma is very friendly to hemp and CBD.
Is It Legal to Ship PCR Hemp Oil to Oklahoma?
It is legal to ship ALL types of hemp products with less than 0.3% THC to all US States according to the 2018 Farm Bill.
Where to Buy Full Spectrum CBD Oil in Oklahoma?
CBD and hemp products can be bought in stores or online under Oklahoma hemp laws.
Do you need a special license to purchase PCR Hemp Oil in Oklahoma?
You don’t need a special license to purchase CBD hemp oil (all types) in Oklahoma, only to grow, test, or sell products.
How Does Oklahoma Legally Define Hemp?
“Industrial hemp” means the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of the plant, including the seeds thereof, and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than three-tenths of one percent (0.3%) on a dry-weight basisOklahoma Senate Bill 238
Growing and Selling Hemp in Oklahoma
Oklahoma established a pilot hemp farming program originally under the 2014 Farm Bill. Their USDA hemp farming plan is currently under review. The current program requires hemp farmers to first establish a relationship with an Oklahoma college or university that has an agricultural program. After that the farmer may apply for a hemp cultivation license with the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture Food and Forestry.
- Products must contain no more than 0.3% THC
- Products must come from a registered farm
- Products must be tested by a licensed laboratory
- Labels must indicate the country of origin and state whether the CBD is synthetic or natural.
Oklahoma state hemp laws allow for many products such as:
- Hemp topicals
- Hemp concentrates and extracts (oils and tinctures)
- Industrial hemp for building or fiber materials
- Industrial hempseed (food product)
- Industrial hempseed oil (food product)