Shipping CBD in the United States is a little more straightforward in the last few years than it was in the past because of the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, it is now legal to ship CBD products in the mail throughout the United States. However, in order for a product to be legal per the 2018 Farm Bill, there are certain specifications that must be met.
First, the CBD product must contain less than 0.3% of THC.
Next, the CBD must be derived from hemp opposed to cannabis.
Shipping CBD Internationally, has a lot more rules and regulations to follow. There are more than 190 countries, and unsurprisingly, many of them have different legalities when it comes to CBD products.
Generally, CBD products in countries outside of the U.S. must contain less than 0.2% THC content. This is 0.1% less than what is legal in the U.S. However, the 0.2% THC content rule doesn’t apply to all countries. For example, countries such as Russia, Malaysia, and the United Arab Emirates ban CBD products entirely. Other places, such as Australia, require that CBD products only be prescribed by a doctor. Therefore, international shipping varies by country.
We ship every international order with a certificate of analysis (COA). This is a document provided by a third party lab that examines the makeup of a CBD product, including the percentage of CBD, THC, and other compounds.