The Products Came From Outside Alaska And Were Not Packaged According To Alaska Marijuana Regulation, Though Federal Law Makes Similar Hemp Oils With Low Thc Concentrations Legal For Sale In All 50 States.

9, several retailers confirmed that AMCO enforcement seized thousands of dollars worth of imported CBD oils. Until they know what it is, officials said, licensed Alaska retailers shouldnt be selling it. The products came from outside Alaska and were not packaged according to Alaska marijuana regulation, though federal marijuana law makes similar hemp oils with low THC concentrations legal for sale in all 50 states. Hemp is a cannabis strain of cannabis with a very low THC content. Carroll said CBD products can be bought online through Amazon.com. Jack Bennett, a Homer hemp advocate, said hes not alarmed by the crackdown on licensed cannabis retailers. Even Walmart sells it, he said of CBD oil. Theyre all just trying to figure it out. Homer Police Chief Mark Robl said Officer Larry Baxter researched the issue regarding sale of CBD oils. In an email Robl shared with the Homer News on Tuesday, Baxter said an AMCO investigator offered some limited guidance.

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