Alaska regulators seize imported CBD oil in raids

Alaska officials raided an unspecified number of recreational cannabis shops and seized “thousands of dollars worth of imported CBD oil,” the Alaska Journal reported. A news release from the Alaska Marijuana Control Office confirmed Thursday that “several retail stores” appeared to be in violation of state laws that mandate specific testing, labeling and packaging for marijuana products. But executives from those shops told the newspaper they were confused because the seized oils were derived from hemp, not marijuana. The incident illustrates the ongoing lack of clarity between federal and state law in differentiating between hemp products ... Alaska regulators seize imported CBD oil in raids is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs