Kansas

  • Hemp-sourced CBD: LEGAL
  • Marijuana-sourced CBD for medical use only: ILLEGAL
  • Marijuana-sourced CBD for recreational use: ILLEGAL

Neither medical or recreational marijuana has been legalized in Kansas. However, the state passed a law in 2018 that removed hemp products with 0% THC from the controlled substances list (SB 282), essentially legalizing CBD products sourced from hemp. In the same year, the state also created an industrial hemp pilot program. CBD sourced from marijuana is still illegal under Kansas law if it contains significant levels of THC.