CBD Products Still Banned for DOD

CBD products are seemingly everywhere. CBD shops, both small and large, can be found in almost every town. Anyone can order CBD products online from the privacy and comfort of their home.

CBD products in great variety–and even creativity–to attract a customer’s eye. Such products include but are not limited to gummy chews, cigarettes and vape pens, skin and hair oils, skin creams, and sleep medications. CBD can also be used during personal care treatments at nail salons and massage therapists.

However, despite CBD’s wide availability, individuals under the Department of Defense (DOD) are prohibited from using CBD or hemp oil products.

CBD is still largely unregulated and often contains small amounts of THC. For these reasons, the DOD considers CBD an illicit drug.

An excerpt from Army Regulation 600-85, dated July 23, 2020, reads as follows: “The use of products made or derived from hemp (as defined in 7 USC. 1639o) … regardless of the product’s THC concentration, claimed or actual, and regardless of whether such product may lawfully be bought, sold and used under the law applicable to civilians, is prohibited.”

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