The reality is that there is no simple and clear answer to this question. Instead, the age requirements for buying CBD products as well as smoking those products vary significantly across the country. Potential CBD buyers not only need to find out what age limits are set by their governing bodies, but they must also determine what restrictions are imposed by certain retailers and smokers’ stores that are allowed to purchase on site.
One of the main factors in the legality of CBD has always been how the federal government approached the substance. Fortunately for budding CBD hobbyists, the latest “Farm Bill” from the United States government has completely legalized the hemp industry, and therefore the CBD oil market. While this may not greatly affect CBD users over 21 in jurisdictions where products have already been sold, it will quickly turn things around in some other parts of the country that were previously less friendly to them.
Now CBD oil is likely to be sold in many smoke shops that traditionally only sold tobacco and tobacco smoking accessories. This means that CBD will become more readily available and widely available for those with access to such lucrative smoke stores, the age required to enter the store will also become an issue after the law is passed for people under 21 looking to purchase CBD oil for smoking.